“5 Lifestyle Tweaks That Will Dramatically Improve One’s Wellbeing”, with Tomomi Tsuchio and Dr. William Seeds

Dr. William Seeds
Nov 13, 2019 · 11 min read

Increased self-esteem. Research has been showing that exercise can remarkably increase our self-esteem. I can tell you this from my experience. I had zero self-esteem in my 20s. But, when I accomplished my workout, it gave me satisfaction, and I felt I was enough. I could feel the value about myself. That helped me to build my self-esteem.

As a part of my series about “5 Lifestyle Tweaks That Will Dramatically Improve One’s Wellbeing”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Tomomi Tsuchio. Tomomi is part owner of 1Stop-Fitness, a NASM/AFAA certified personal trainer, and corrective exercise specialist in Arizona. She is also a public speaker and the author of Me and The Japanese Beauty Standards. She was born and raised in Japan, but she isn’t good at math and she doesn’t like sake, sushi, or raw fish.

  1. People try to change their daily habits overnight. I recommend doing it gradually and making lifestyle changes, one step at a time.
  2. People have such busy schedules. Their priorities are not in the right place for wellness and health.
  1. Bridge with a lateral band. We need to strengthen gluteus maximus and medius because, in most people, these are not activated. That can be the cause of lower back pain.
  2. YTW. This is a great exercise for shoulders and scapula.

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Board-certified orthopedic surgeon and physician, with over 22 years of experience, specializing in all aspects of sports medicine and total joint treatments

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