Embrace Your Bias As A Part Of The Larger Whole

Here is a stage shot from the 2007 LA Championships, I won the heavy class that year (I’m center). Wow, life moves at the pace we decide to pay attention at. This days seems just like yesterday!

I can only see the world through my unique perspective. This bias is my limitation to understanding others and my world. We all have a prejudice that we operate in this world with and that we are forced to see everything see through. All we can ever really do is to try our best to acknowledge our own bias, so that we may learn what is not known to us, and see what may be invisible. But to insist on absolutes, means to deny the infinite nature of this life and universe. However, when we see ourselves and our place in this life as a part of something greater, then we acknowledge that ineffable force that we try to call God. I am love. I am joy. I am so very good.


About the author
Tad Inoue is an IFBB Professional League judge, Nutritionist and Professional Diet Coach for many clients and athletes worldwide. Tad has been in the bodybuilding and fitness industry for over 32 years and his clients include professional athletes, top amateur atheletes and all other competitors in figure, bikini, men and women's physique and bodybuilding, as well as individuals interested in optimal health. Tad was a National competitor in the NPC for over 30 years and now focuses his passion, knowledge and experience on helping and instructing others in fitness, wellness and athletic competition. His education includes philosophy, theology, nutrition, biochemistry as well as dietetics. He specializes in contest preparation for Figure, Bikini, men and women's Phyisque, Bodybuilding and fat loss for optimal health. Tad is also a speaker on mindfulness, motivation and joyful positive living.