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The Future of Alternative Training for Those Who Hate to Train
In a world where people are becoming lazier and lazier, it’s no surprise that many of us would rather spend our time scrolling through social media or watching Netflix than head to the gym. With all this in mind, we take a look at the future of alternative training for those who hate to train. This blog post will explore some new techniques and approaches for those looking to stay fit without going the traditional route. We all know that working out can be tough. You feel like you’re not making progress, your muscles are fatigued and it’s just really hard to get up the motivation to work out again tomorrow. Luckily for us, there are some amazing new workout trends on the horizon – so even if you hate training today, imagine how much more exciting it will be in a few years! Read more!
Take a swim
If you’re like me who loves water then swimming is for you! It’s low-impact, so you run little risks for achy joints, even if you’re a beginner or tender spot! Swimming offers something no other aerobic exercise does – with every kick and arm stroke, your body works out all its major muscles without the harsh impact on your skeletal system. Hence, feeling refreshed after a dip! You do not need to swim for an hour, just a quick 20 mins in the pool with a few lapses does the job! Swimming is also good for those who have weaker heart and lungs as it exercises your lungs.
Dance to the music
Have you seen this video of Frejak. She started with 75kg and desired to lose weight by dancing through her favorite K-pop (Korean Pop) music! Dancing can help to keep you looking young! No wonder all those K-pop idols don’t look their age. When you dance, your cardiovascular system improves, and your muscle tone increases. If you’re like me who prefers music that I can understand then you can try out zumba!! You don’t need to be a good dancer, you just need to enjoy, dance to the rhythm, and feel the beat!
Yep, you read it right. Sometimes it’s easy to get overwhelmed with work and forgetting to take a quick break and enjoy some walk. As I was typing this blog — my furbaby just wimped at me – seems that I need to take him out for a walk! Remember, you don’t need a rigorous workout, sometimes you just need to stretch and walk.
Play video games
If you’re a gamer, then you already have the equipment you need to get your heart pumping—all from the comfort of your living room. Almost every popular game platform has a fitness-based game. Pop one game of these with your friends and instantly work out! Not only do they get you up and moving, they can also serve an even more fun purpose by bringing together your loved ones for a little friendly competition and bonding time.” Plus, if you have a tough time getting your kids to go out to play, this is a great baby step to encourage movement and you’ll serve as an encouraging role model.
oh boy! To all the mothers out there like me, believe it or not, we’re working out every single day! From cooking to cleaning the house, going up and down the stairs to pick up some toys and even laundry! Truth is, No one likes doing chores, but the truth of the matter is that you can totally turn routine chores into exercise, totally crushing the productivity game. As a bonus – you get a clean house too!
Try self-defense class
If you want to strengthen your entire body while also learning how to stay safe, try self-defense classes. Most self-defense classes are designed with beginners in mind, so you can learn how to use your body as a weapon without the years of experience needed for many martial arts programs. Knowing how to defend yourself is a crucial and valuable tool, and even if you hopefully never have to actually use those skills, you’ll feel better just knowing how to protect yourself from a violent attacker.
Join a Fun Run or Sports League
I do not like running BUT I love going to events – if you combine them together – you’ll get a FUN RUN! There are many types of fun run activities, from color runs, electric runs, blacklight runs to muddy courses to beer festivals! These running events are non-competitive and seeing a lot of people running would motivate you to enjoy running.
There are two types of people in the world: those who love to work out and those who hate it. I, sometimes am the latter and so these advanced training tips really helped me motivate myself to get my sweat on without hating every minute of it.