What does it take to get back into shape? And is it healthy to be super-lean?

Dr. LloydSan Francisco Public Health

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This interesting infographic from Precision Nutrition shows an overview of the healthy habits that you get into when you make the change to be healthy instead of unhealthy. This graphic goes through stages from a person who is sedentary to different levels of leanness and athleticism. It shows you the general habits you need to adapt when you want to be that person who has less than 20% body fat and looks good naked.

Full infographic here.

This shows the unhealthy habits of the average person who doesn't really care about their health or their appearance. Someone who might be ready to make a change.

This shows the unhealthy habits of the average person who doesn’t really care about their health or their appearance. Someone who might be ready to make a change.

This is someone who maintains a reasonable level of health and fitness, but may have to avoid the unhealthy habits of others as they go to social gatherings.

This is someone who maintains a reasonable level of health and fitness, but may have to avoid the unhealthy habits of others as they go to social gatherings.

With tons of work and dedication, you can be that person who is on magazine covers with a chiseled six-pack set of abs. But at what cost?

With tons of work and dedication, you can be that person who is on magazine covers with a chiseled six-pack set of abs. But at what cost?

From Precision Nutrition.

Todd Lloyd, DC
San Francisco Chiropractor

Dr. Lloyd

I'm a chiropractor who specializes in correcting and relieving back and neck disorders. I have found that when you increase the mobility of your spine and joints with chiropractic care and follow up with this with improving muscle coordination with targeted exercises,then improving your function will also improve your pain.