Thriving begins with how we think.
Fitness is more than a physical thing—it’s our ability to thrive in our environment—to be our best, do our best, and make the most of the life we have.
4D is mental fitness
Unfortunately, the concept of fitness is often limited to physical, that often limits our success and well-being.
Three physical dimensions of fitness include biometrics, movement, and nutrition—the things we can see, touch, and measure.
That’s why 4D Fit℠ focuses on the fundamental fourth dimension of fitness—mental fitness—and the interconnectedness of mind, body, and environment.
Because while our body is the vehicle, our mind is the driver.
As anyone with a physical impairment will tell you, thriving in life is not about physical ability; it’s about believing in yourself, focusing on what you can do, and making the most of your life and abilities.
Perceive > Believe > Achieve
When it comes to being and doing our best, we often struggle with unhealthy perceptions, feelings, and fears that hold us back—including the clinical stigma of mental health.
In order to develop and exercise healthier thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors, we require awareness, motivation, and reward—and a broader definition of fitness.
4D Fit℠ approaches goals head first, starting with mindset, self-awareness, and emotional processing—those non-physical forces that can help us succeed, or get in our way.