Trajectory actually has more than one meaning, but in general it describes a directed path. So let’s apply it to health and mobility, but in reverse order. To do this I need you to play along. Think of a person you know who has limited mobility due to arthritis. It doesn’t matter if it’s arthritis of the spine or knees or hips or whatever. It’s only important that your person has arthritis somewhere and can’t move well because of it. Now imagine you have the magic ability to play this person’s life-tape backwards. Do this in your head and take them to an age well before they even knew they had arthritis, a time when their mobility was 100% and they didn’t have an inkling of what was to come. Are you there? Perfect. We are going to call their “health trajectory” the pathway that took them from where they were then to where they are now.
The boys learned by watching Blaze that a small change in trajectory made huge changes in the final destination of the pie, whether the target was or was not hit in the face. So with your magic imagine you could reach into the past and tweak your loved one’s health trajectory just a bit so that today he/she would have full mobility. I wonder what you would change? There are lots of options of course, and of course this is academic since you don’t possess that magical ability. Ah, but you do have that magic, but for your own life.
You are on a trajectory. You are heading down a path. You must be first willing to open your eyes to the reality of that path to have the remotest ability to tweak it. Are you willing? I’m stubborn. It took a hospital E.R. visit in 2000 to open my eyes. I hope you are not as thick-headed as me. Ask if you don’t know my story. I have listed below a partial list of the changes I made to tweak my path. I didn’t do them all at once. Rather, one at a time, each when I was ready, willing and able. Today, my trajectory is far from where it was in 2000.
Drink 64 oz. water per day. Lose 50# and keep it off. Regular aerobic exercise. Cut out soda. Cut back caffeine. Take antioxidants (D, E, Omega 3). Take anti-inflammatory supplement (Curcumin). Develop and do my Disc Pump exercises daily. Get adjusted at least once a week.
If you want to talk about your trajectory and how you can change it let’s talk. I’ll help but only you can make it happen.