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How to stay fit in the future?

September 21, 2022    0 COMMENTS


How do you stay fit in the future? That’s the question one of our clients, Marisa Johnson, wanted to be answered in this article. As many people know, staying fit can be incredibly difficult when traveling or working long hours. We were happy to provide Marisa with the following tips on staying fit in the future based on her personal questions and concerns. Check out our recommended tips below on how to stay fit in the future!

Fitness should be fun.

Future fitness should be an enjoyable and social experience. Ideally, we would have a future society with minimal pressure to be perfect or use shortcuts. People can choose to go with or without implants, genetic editing, and cybernetic enhancement. Regularly, people might go to the gym for weights and training as well as head out for a more rigorous run outside through nature on their augmented reality headsets, followed by a quick visit to their urban fitness club for some dancing and other activity–and then grab some nutritional supplements from the store on their way home.

In the future, there will be many different ways of staying fit. For example, people could work out at gyms or jog around their neighborhood while wearing VR glasses that give them an immersive workout environment. There are also plans to create outdoor running tracks where you can just run in place while wearing your VR headset. If you want some companionship during your workout session, you may meet someone at the gym who will join you for your routine or even suggest activities that interest you – like tennis or surfing together. New technology will allow us to track our progress and push ourselves further than ever, so we’ll never plateau in our workouts again!

Future Fitness:Track your progress

My ultimate goal is to be able to run a mile in 5 minutes or less on national fitness day, and I’m well on my way! Today I ran a mile (on my own) at 10:55 minutes per mile. This time has been going down, and I’ve been averaging about 9-minute miles lately. So, if you have an ultimate future fitness goal, think about it like this: what would you do with a minute? Run another lap! How would you feel with 20 seconds more? Press harder, don’t give up! When it comes down to time and distance measurements, sometimes it just seems easier not to care.

Losing weight is no walk in the park, but losing a pound a week will put you well on your way! An excellent way to think about it is in percentages. To lose a pound, you need to burn 3500 calories from whatever your current intake. This can be done by reducing 500 calories per day (which should translate into 1 pound of weight loss per week) or taking an extra 3500 steps each day (there are 2184 calories per pound). If you do both, that’s 7000 calories burned each day and 4 pounds lost per week.

Pretty amazing! You may notice, too, that many people who are overweight consume very few calories. They’re living off their stored fat, which isn’t healthy for them and only makes them gain more weight when they start eating again. Instead of dieting, though, aim for small changes over time. So instead of eliminating all the junk food from your diet, try cutting back on how much you eat daily while ensuring you get all the nutrients you need so you don’t get sick or malnourished because doing so could result in overeating later.

Future Fitness:Set realistic goals

In an unknown future, exercise won’t always be as accessible as it is today. But it’s never too late to get a head start on your future fitness. We don’t know what shape the future will take, but if you start exercising now, you’ll enjoy many health benefits for years. Exercising for just 20 minutes a day can reduce inflammation and control blood sugar levels, making people more sensitive to insulin, and reducing their risk of diabetes by up to 40%. Staying active also keeps depression at bay – 

The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) reports that people who work out daily are four times less likely than non-exercisers to develop depression. With all these future advantages, maybe now is the time to set some realistic goals for future fitness! For example, this week, pledge to do one new thing each day to keep yourself motivated and excited about being healthy. Try cooking from scratch once a week or taking the stairs instead of the elevator when possible. You might not notice how much better you feel until you’ve been doing it for a while!

Know when to stop

No matter what, you will hit a plateau sooner or later, and your progress will level off. There’s no shame in that because everybody has done it. Just be proud of what you’ve accomplished so far, and then try to identify ways to change your routine so that you can try and make some more gains. Push yourself and take every opportunity to challenge yourself as best as possible!

As for me, I’m going to be traveling for a couple of months, so I won’t have as much time or energy to train as I usually would. That said, when I return from my trip, I will spend some time re-evaluating how I approach my training because, if anything, hitting a plateau like that makes you want more than ever. You never want your goals and dreams to stop becoming a reality; all it takes is a little work. To do that, you need to make sure that whatever program you’re doing is explicitly tailored toward your needs. Nobody can tell you what works best because everyone’s situation is different! Everyone will offer different things and cater more towards certain styles and techniques than others.

Don’t be discouraged by the fact that you can’t do pull-ups.

-Exercise smarter: If you can’t do a pull-up, do negative reps with negatives of your weight by going up and down on an overhead squat. -Do bodyweight workouts: There are plenty of at-home workouts that don’t require equipment. Watch Tabata workouts, P90X Extreme Home Fitness, INSANITY MAX:30, or a video from your favorite celebrity trainer. 

There are even tons of workout plans for sale online if you have extra cash. -Eat well: Your diet can help or hinder your progress. Ensure that you eat well-balanced and give yourself enough time to rest and recover daily. Just because we live in the future doesn’t mean we should put our health on hold. Continue to find ways to exercise and eat healthy no matter where you are! Remember that it’s never too late to get back into shape.

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