The world is changing.

The west coast of the U.S. is becoming more hot and dry while the east is becoming more cold and wet. It was colder in Georgia than Alaska during parts of this winter.

The way our environment is changing is completely unpredictable and can make life more challenging. So what is a human like you to do?


This is a short video I shot during in the snow on "Evan Strong Day," which was previously known as April Fools Day in Nevada City, CA. There was a parade scheduled to honor my good friend and client, which would have made sense the week earlier, when it was 72 degrees. Due to the storm, the celebration was relocated to an indoor venue, and I thought it would be a good opportunity to share with you a strategy for adapting your body to cold temperatures.

The strategy that I share in this video in not just a strenuous, hot/cold inoculation routine. In this video I include a powerful technique to help you control your SNS (Sympathetic Nervous System) arousal level. This technique can be used to lower your SNS arousal level during any stressful situation, and it will naturally carry over into other situations as well.

By practicing the technique described in this video, you will be preparing your body to adapt to changes in weather and other challenges you may face in life, naturally.


I would love your feedback on the video so please leave a comment bellow.

Also if you would like to check out the awesome celebration that my town threw for my friend Evan Strong, here a link to that video:

Yours in Health