In this fast-paced era of business, technology, and success, many men have lost touch with their minds and bodies, leading to stress, burnout, and a host of health problems. Balancing work and life, navigating financial uncertainties, and meeting social expectations can be challenging. Sedentary desk jobs have become common, contributing to physical health issues like weight gain and poor posture. The pressure to succeed and be emotionally resilient can also take a toll on mental well-being. It’s time to reclaim your vitality and address these modern challenges for a healthier, happier life.
Biohacking is a revolutionary approach to health that involves understanding the intricate systems of the body and using that knowledge to optimize performance and well-being. By harnessing the power of science, nature and technology.
Intenz Health is a self-improvement business that focuses on improving mental and physical health for men. By understanding the systems of the body and hack them. I aim to enhance focus, energy, vitality, confidence, and mood. I offer online group coaching, self education programs and 1-on-1 coaching sessions, as well as workshops and retreats.
My name is Tenzin Tserang, and I'm the founder of Intenz Health. I'm a 23-year-old with a passion for health, technology, nutrition, exercise, and biohacking. My goal is to help men improve their physical and mental health by understanding and optimizing the systems in the body.
It has become my mission to reach and help as many men as possible. While 1-on-1 coaching and workshops have been effective, I want to expand my reach by creating an online community of men. My goal is to organize retreats and workshops around the world, where men can learn more about self-improvement and biohacking.
Traveling can be a powerful tool for self-improvement, allowing you to step out of your comfort zone and experience new cultures, perspectives, and ways of living. I believe that travel can be a transformative experience, one that provides an opportunity for personal growth, reflection, and discovery.