Luke Burrows

Simplify Your Health, Move Frequently, and Live Consciously


Today, I bring you a fascinating podcast episode with Dr. Matt Corbin on simplifying health, a mindblowing insight from Dr. Joe Dispenza, and an idea to help you get moving! Plus, as always a life principle to round things off.

So, let’s dive in… ↓

Latest Podcast

My latest podcast episode.

In this episode, I’m joined by health professional and founder of Longevity Project Aus™, Dr. Matt Corbin as we discuss biomedicine, biomechanics, and osteopathy and the importance of addressing root causes to reach true health.

Matt shares his four pillars of health: movement, sleep, mindset, and nutrition and provides tips for each pillar, such as using his traffic light system and the 24-hour rule for managing pain during exercise, creating a shutdown routine for better sleep, tying goals to personal values for mindset, and finding a sustainable approach to nutrition by avoiding ultra-processed foods.

This episode helps us simplify health which I don’t know about you but I think is only helpful given the conflicting health advice and recommendations out there!

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1 Insight To Consider

Thought-provoking insights to think about.

This week, I’ve dug into Dr. Joe Dispenza’s teachings more — albeit not intentionally and have been mindblown by what I’ve learned and uncovered.

It’s led me to realise that living ourbest lives is really a by-product of becoming so conscious of our unconscious self that we no longer become unconscious…

I mean…


How we do that is a journey in itself but one of Dr. Joe Dispenza’s go-to recommendations is the art and practice of meditation.

There are many types of meditations out there, and Dr. Joe Dispenza has many himself. If you’re not familiar with his teachings, you can check out his websitehere.

Another practice I’ve been playing with recently, and I’ve mentioned it in a few podcast episodes, is that of becoming an observer of self.

Essentially what this means is noticing emotions, and feelings in the moment, and rather than reacting to them to pause, take a moment, and observe where they’re coming from and why they’re coming up.

Then, to respond from a place of consciousness.

Don’t get me wrong I’m not an expert at this. That’s why I’ve called it a practice. It’s something weneed to practice to get better at.

However, when I practice it I notice that I become more conscious of my unconscious self and therefore, am on the path to no longer becoming unconscious…at least I hope 😅

What do you think about this insight? Are you familiar with Dr. Joe Dispenza’s work? Get in touch and let me know.

1 Idea To Act On

Simple actions to improve your health & life.

Some people find it particularly challenging to exercise and find it a chore rather than a form of self-care and while I think that’s a by-product of their thinking –change your thinking, changing your life – but I’m not here to judge and understand that we are all on our own health journey’s!

There’s no getting away from it though…

Exercise and moving our bodies are vitally important for our health, longevity, and to live our best lives and I would recommend to everyone to find some kind of exercise and movement that they enjoy.

Another “strategy” that can help you get moving is what I call movement breaks also known as exercise snacks…

There are an increasing amount of studies coming out with some fascinating research about movement breaks – aka exercise snacks and how they COULD BE more effective than going to the gym for an hour or two and then staying stationary and/or hardly moving for the rest of the day.

I’ve been applying this concept for a couple of years, going for short walks every 90 to 120 minutes…

But, as I’ve been learning more about exercise snacks I realise the importance of the variety of movement and while short walks are great, I’m going to incorporate different types of movement in my movement breaks/exercise snacks throughout the day.

For example, I may go for a walk during one break, and then do a 4-minute Tabata workout during another. I may add some mobility work, or do a quick 20-minute resistance training session between projects I have set for the day.

The point is to include, short movement breaks anywhere from a couple of minutes to 20 minutes throughout the day. These soon add up, and before you know it you would have done more than having to drag yourself to the gym!

One of the great things about movement breaks is that you can do them from anywhere!

At home? Get down and do some press-ups…

At work? Take a walk on your lunch break…

With family? Encourage them to join you in doing some squats…

There’s no excuse not to include these short movement breaks throughout your day and they are a great alternative to having to get motivated to go to the gym or get changed and go on a 5k run!

I highly recommend including a couple of movement breaks throughout your day, starting today and gradually increasing them over time.

If you like the gym, or like me have equipment at home for home workouts then that’s great, you can incorporate these movement breaks and exercise snacks alongside what you’re already doing.

There’s nothing to lose…

Try it 🙂

Principle Of Life

Principles & reminders to help you live your best life.

#08: Live every day as if it was your last.

Until next week,

Luke Burrows

Founder, Podcast Host

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