Exercise can be fun – it’s official! And why not, because if we have to do it … then it may as well be something we really enjoy.
So just think of all the different sorts of exercise you might enjoy enough to sustain it by continuing to enjoy a particular type or once one thing has faded from your interest finding you’re free to chose something else.
Aerobic or anaerobic that is the question
Personally I think it’s mostly a question of finding one or two forms of exercise that floats your boat and that’s all there is to it. If you can find one of each all the better, an aerobic (soft and gentle form) and an anaerobic (heart pumping form) all the better, as then you’ll be hitting all the spots.
I personally noticed how unfit I was becoming when I recently had an accident, so moving even less than usual it became very noticeable when I started to move again, as the body was just seizing up. This acts as a strong reminder of the mortality of all of us.
I also have an elderly mum and she serves to remind me that I’d better get a riddle on if I’m not going to wind up doubled over a walking frame and the likes when I get older (much older I hear you jest). But seriously, the body is designed to move and when we consider how much manual work would have ensured we did move far more than we do now it’s apparent that there’s a need to integrate it into our lives.
So why shouldn’t it be fun? There’s something so childlike about the trampoline and I’m currently having my garden redesigned and that’s on the list to be included. They are fun, bouncy and get everything bouncing around, which it transpires the body loves, and I for one need no further excuse. Did I say you might want a bit of privacy from the neighbours, especially while you earning your Trampoline Wings lol!
My choice is this Garden and Homes 12ft Outdoor Garden Trampoline, without a surrounding net, because it’s use will be for kids of any age 🙂 who like to take risks as think that’s part of the joy.
I can’t wait to get mine and it’s on special offer at the moment.
PS: I’d love to support you in getting rid of what’s not floating-your-boat, so that you can learn how to change what works against you and start tapping into your full potential.
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