The goal of ProHuman is to get people reconnecting with each other, enjoying the outdoors, identifying what is important, challenging themselves and realising their potential. We want to encourage people to strive to find the right balance in life that allows them to be the best version of themselves possible. This will be an ever evolving journey of self-discovery, one with no ultimate finish line but with milestones, successes and failures along the way.
Being ProHuman is reviewing and prioritising all aspects of life and seeing where you can improve in each and every one of them. Be it health, relationships, personal growth and development or your career. The ProHuman approach is a lifestyle not a fad; commitment, consistency and balance are key, driven by goal setting and accountability.
We are in the process of developing a number of ways in which you can learn about the ProHuman lifestyle and tools to incorporate the most relevant aspects to you into your lives. This will include;
The ProHuman Assessment
Training in all areas of the ProHuman lifestyle; physical and mental
Exciting and challenging Events & Adventures for all ages
The ProHuman Shop offering technical training gear and ProHuman kit
The ProHuman Community; learn more about ProHuman, links to useful articles, take part in some of our challenges, and share ideas
Our Blog; hints and tips on how to follow the ProHuman lifestyle, reviewing the latest trends, providing inspiration and motivation on your journey
Who are we?
We are a group of life enthusiasts on a quest to experience and help others experience the best things life has on offer.
Hints & Tips
Identifying and setting yourself goals is key to achieving your dreams. Successfully reaching those goals will only happen when you define, implement and stick to a programme; action and hard work are not optional if you really want to bring about a change in your life.
Accountability is a really good way of sticking to your goals so build a support network, tell them what you are planning and use them to keep you focused and on track.
Self-improvement doesn’t have to be, and shouldn’t be, about changing everything at once, sometimes the simple things can make a big difference. Try drinking a glass of water first thing, explore daily meditation practices or organising your day by writing a prioritised daily to do list.
Once a month take steps towards achieving something that you have always thought was just outside your grasp.
Remember you only live once. Identify and focus on things that are most important to you and those around you.
Pain and adversity is important, it helps us grow. Try and learn from discomfort instead of letting it break you down.
Laugh, use time wisely and explore!