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Having Fun with Fitness

This post was last updated on Aug 14, 2018 @ 4:55 pm
Having FUN with Fitness |

Having FUN with Fitness |

Having FUN with Fitness

If you’re one of those people who feel exercise is just not your thing, possibly even your nemesis, do NOT give up! We, and one of our top coaches, have got a few suggestions on having fun with fitness.

The key is figuring out what you like to do for fun. Start by thinking about what activities you like and that get you on your feet now—maybe dancing, yoga, martial arts?

The key to sticking with a workout is finding one that makes you HAPPY, so you actually WANT to do it. Once that’s accomplished, you just have to commit to consistency, push yourself when you just aren’t in the mood, be efficient with your time, and enjoy.

Check out this post by one of the Fit Club Network’s top coaches, Nicola Wright, owner of Get Fit With Nicola:

“Exercise—Your Friend or Your Nemesis?”

UPDATE—Since Coach Nicola wrote this post, Beachbody has put in a lot of effort into having fun with fitness so you don’t even feel like you’re exercising. Some examples:

  • Shawn T’s Cize is for those who love to get down and funky
  • Autumn Calabrese’s Country Heat is for those who appreciate a good line dance
  • Core de Force is for those with a passion for martial arts
  • The 3 Week Yoga Retreat will get your mind centered and your body flexible

The bottom line—Beachbody gives you A LOT of options for having fun with fitness. We HIGHLY suggest subscribing to the On Demand membership so you can try a bunch of existing fun programs—and any new ones—for one annual membership fee!

No matter what you choose, our FREE coaching program is included IF you make your purchase through us. Click below to learn more:

Author: Dave

Father, retired attorney, cyclist (road & track), skier, surfer, recovered triathlete, half of a dynamic coaching team and co-founder of the Fit Club Network. Living my passion as an entrepreneur helping people achieve their fitness and financial goals.

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