Monthly Archives: January 2021

Folks, I must admit that working out is typically a personal task. Yes, I say it is personal because each of us has their own approach to exercising. While some of us view exercise as an opportunity to be alone (think yoga), other people exercise to socialize. Whether we choose to exercise as individuals or in a group, each of these approaches comes with its own perks. Thus, we cannot say that individual exercise is better than group exercise or vice versa. To help you better appreciate the unresolved debate of individual vs. group exercise, let us look at each’s advantages. Due to limited space, I will restrict myself to just two benefits for each, which I think are the most important.   Benefits of Individual Workouts Freedom: By our very nature, most of us don’t like being controlled by others. We want to swim in freedom all the time,…

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WHO recommends that all adults have at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise weekly. For the past three years, I’ve been doing my best to live up to that. I began my fitness journey to relish all the incredible benefits of exercise. I desired to be consistent more than anything else, but it turned out to be trickier than I thought. Even though I have greatly improved and can comfortably follow my workout schedule, I can’t lie that it has been easy.   Today, I’d love to share four of the challenges I’ve faced in my fitness journey. Hopefully, this can prepare fitness enthusiasts like me and help them overcome some of these problems quickly.   Inadequate Time This remains one of the top problems that I experienced during the first few weeks of my fitness journey, and I bet many people have had it. Finding time to exercise was…

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