March Fitness Challenge: Burning Calories, Making Points and Sleep

It’s that time of year again. The last two months of 2018 has just flown by. It’s March, and you know what that means. It’s time for a new monthly challenge! Well, that and March Madness. But when you’re not focused on basketball, here’s what you can do to focus on this March fitness challenge.

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ARX and Fitness: We Need More Technology Like This

I am a big fan of gamifying virtually anything. It’s a proven method of motivation as well as productivity in the workplace. It also helps keeps people more centered on health and fitness. The New Zealand-based startup ARX hopes to bring some of that gamification to gyms around the world. And I can’t tell you how excited I am for this product.

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What Are Your Reasons to Be More Fit and Healthy?

Many people view health and fitness as a means to lose weight. While exercise and eating right will accomplish that goal, there is more to health than just looking good in the bathroom mirror. Humans are a visual species, but it should be the only motivator. Seeing results is easier than feeling results. However, there are so many reasons to be fit and healthy.

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Understanding Yourself is Valuable In Keeping Fit

One of the hardest parts about trying to get yourself in shape is the lack of knowledge you might have about yourself. Sure, You’ll come across all these diet plans and exercises that “guarantee” results. The problem is, not everyone can handle the same routines for keeping fit. This isn’t from the lack of trying. In fact, it’s your mental state that may prevent some of those things from actually working.

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Is laziness Preventing You From Losing Weight?

A lot of people in the United States suffer from a debilitating, and often fatal disease: laziness. I know that being lazy isn’t necessarily a disease, but it does play a powerful role in obesity. In turn, this leads to things like cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, decreased mental capacities and even the onset of osteoporosis. So even though being lazy isn’t the direct culprit, it will be a linking factor in health.

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