Mindset is only part of the equation to finally stop chasing motivation. This week on Acta Non Verba, Sal Di Stefano shares why short-term diets and “hard-core” fitness methods are not sustainable and how you can strategically rebuild relationships with physical health one step at a time. During this conversation Sal and I will discuss micro Adversity, how restriction sets you up for failure, and how his understanding of science has changed the way he communicates fitness and health to others.
Sal was 14 years old when he touched his first weight and from that moment he was hooked. Growing up asthmatic, frequently sick and painfully skinny, Sal saw weightlifting as a way to change his body and his self-image. At age 18 his passion for the art and science of resistance training was so consuming that he decided to make it his profession and become a personal trainer. By 19 he was managing health clubs and by 22 he owned his own gym. After over 18 years as a personal trainer he has dedicated himself to bringing science and truth to the fitness industry. Sal is also a dedicated father to a son and daughter.