Measure your steps, calories, or other information?

You get the idea.

Do yoga?

Bodyhacker.

Want to lift weights?

You’re a bodyhacker.

At BDYHAX we consider a bodyhacker to be someone who has made the choice to actively change their body or mind to better reflect what they believe their ideal self to be.

Some people don’t even realize they’re bodyhackers. It’s not a word one was used to hearing until relatively recently and there are still many who are completely unfamiliar with it.

The choice to make the change.

Measure your steps, calories, or other information?

You get the idea.

Do yoga?

Bodyhacker.

Want to lift weights?

You’re a bodyhacker.

At BDYHAX we consider a bodyhacker to be someone who has made the choice to actively change their body or mind to better reflect what they believe their ideal self to be.

Some people don’t even realize they’re bodyhackers. It’s not a word one was used to hearing until relatively recently and there are still many who are completely unfamiliar with it.

The choice to make the change.

Measure your steps, calories, or other information?

You get the idea.

Do pilates?

Bodyhacker.

Want to lift weights?

You’re a bodyhacker.

At BDYHAX we consider a bodyhacker to be someone who has made the choice to actively change their body or mind to better reflect what they believe their ideal self to be. That could mean purely aesthetic changes such as cosmetic surgery or functional changes such as RFID tags being implanted under the skin. It could even be mindful meditation or nootropics to boost or alter the way your brain processes information.

Some people don’t even realize they’re bodyhackers. It’s not a word one was used to hearing until relatively recently and there are still many who are completely unfamiliar with it.

The choice to make the change.

Measure your steps, calories, or other information?

You get the idea.

Do pilates?

Bodyhacker.

Want to lift weights?

You’re a bodyhacker.

At BDYHAX we consider a bodyhacker to be someone who has made the choice to actively change their body or mind to better reflect what they believe their ideal self to be. That could mean purely aesthetic changes such as cosmetic surgery or functional changes such as RFID tags being implanted under the skin. It could even be mindful meditation or nootropics to boost or alter the way your brain processes information.

Some people don’t even realize they’re bodyhackers. It’s not a word one was used to hearing until relatively recently and there are still many who are completely unfamiliar with it.

The choice to make the change.


Discover new tech, ancient wisdom, amazing medicine, and the true you.

Wearable Technology

Everything from smart glasses, smart watches, and smart fabric to fitness trackers and LED integrated fashion technology. If it goes on your body and lights up, monitors, or does other tech-like stuff, it counts.

Software & Data Tracking

Self-monitoring and self-reflection using everything from wearable tech to spreadsheets to track your own data to make changes in behavior, thoughts, habits, etc. If you’re a Quantified Selfer, you’re one of us.

Augmented & Virtual Reality

Don’t call it a comeback. Virtual reality never left but recent years have seen a burst of new tech that has gotten the world excited again with the ability to train and enhance the skill sets of professionals like doctors and law enforcement officers for real world scenarios in safe environments.

Meditation, Relaxation & Cognitive Training

Using tools from philosophy, psychology, or religion to alter our physiological states, brain waves, or even our behaviors and habits. Anything having to do with focus and conscious behavior can fit into this category.

Brain Health, Nutrition & Nootropics

Better mental or physical living can be accomplished through chemistry and or software brain training. Here the theory of brain elasticity and hormone therapy live right alongside the next big memory enhancing drug.

Fitness & Bodybuilding

Lifting weights, body sculpting, running, parkour, even acro-yoga and pilates are all done in the name of shaping and/or having a healthier body. One of the most popular forms of bodyhacking there are huge advancements happening every day and still much to learn.

Cosmetic Surgery & Body Modding

This is probably the most commonly referred to form of bodyhacking and has to do with any and all direct physical modifications to the body whether permanent or temporary. It includes piercing, tattooing, hair dye, dental modifications, circumcision, laser sculpting, laser hair removal, face lifts, breast implants, even tongue splitting, ear pointing, and corset training to name but a few.

Cybernetics & Prosthetics

Whether originally intended to restore “normal” functionality or not, giant leaps in prosthetics have made some people more than what we originally considered human. Combined with cybernetics and exoskeletons this section includes everything that is an addition to or replacement for a human body part that enhances existing functionality.