We’ve entered 2013, and yet most of us think of exercise like it’s 1991. Let’s toss out the old and welcome the new.
The old: long sessions of jogging, or marathon sessions on the elliptical machine or treadmill, or working every bodypart individually on a dozen different weight machines and dumbbell stations, doing circuits in a women-oriented fitness center, taking dance-aerobic or kickboxing-aerobic classes.
There’s nothing wrong with all that, but it’s not how we live today. Today, we live online, in a world of Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and Pinterest, of Gmail and iPhones. The way we live and think online isn’t at all how we think about fitness.
Let’s take a cue from how we actually live and think today, and change up fitness. Let’s rethink things for 2013.
The New Rules of Fitness
If we take cues from our online world today, here’s how we’d do fitness (and some of us are already doing it this way):
Those are the new rules of fitness, and they will keep you active, all the time, if you give them a try.
Wednesday, 2 January 2013
Leo Babauta's (ZenHabits) The New Rules of Fitness for 2013
From Leo Babauta HERE