What can tennis do to provide counter-messaging around all the "food products" messaging that engulfs our everyday lives? In this episode, we explore the nutrition message, its effects on people and players, and what we can do to send a proper "signal" to people seeking a positive alternative.
We choose these products in lieu of the real raw food that contains fiber and nutrients our body needs to stay in balance. Real food that can prevent injury and long term chronic illness. We choose these products in part because there is not enough messaging to counter the messages of easy, fast, healthy, and just like the real thing we're getting from the food products companies.
But tennis could help.
Tennis clubs and the people who both work and play there could develop and project their own messages of choice and health.
In this episode, we talk about:
- The prevailing "nutrition" messages attached to food products and food-like products
- How these products, while making it "easy" from a consumption standpoint are making it "hard" on us from a physical standpoint
- Why the insurance industry hasn't banded together with government to create and propagate counter-messaging around our choices
- What a tennis club could do to develop and propagate its own healthy eating lifestyles that serve as a safe haven for those of us seeking an effective counter-message and something that will stand with us in our fight for better quality of life and longevity
What is Tennis Rockers?
Are you ready to re-imagine and reconstruct the way you realize not just the game of tennis but all the other ways you compete in life? Tennis Rockers pull together beliefs, concepts, ideas, people, and values from a cross-section of multi-disciplinary fields for the purpose of doing things a little different. Tennis Rockers don't just want to change the game, they want to help people think about changing how they see and live their lives.
Coach Claude and coach Sully cordially invite you to put the pedal to the metal and join an unconventional conversation on tennis and life. Nothing good comes from standing still.