Do daily intense cardio sessions offset a day’s worth of sitting at a desk?
Food for thought: If the November Project showed up in your city, would it help or hurt your wellness business?
This is a fun idea and some not not-so-timid folks got a free pair of shoes out of the deal, but do you think this is an effective PR campaign for ASICS?
If your wellness, fitness, or health business offers any programming for children, boy is THIS is a find.
This is a fun and fairly simple way to show folks what it’s like to do the workouts YOUR studio offers.
I like how the folks at BalticMiles are thinking.
People like activity trackers because they reward you by providing quantifiable feedback that you’re being healthy and fit. Hey, it can be motivating to find out you walked over 10,000 steps since you got out of bed. And they make it easy to set exact goals.
It’s tough to watch this clip on the couch. It’s not the guilt factor, it’s actually difficult to sit still while this tune is playing! The pushup-handstands at the 40-second mark look fun, too.
Moon Joggers demonstrates a delightful way to combine social media and your wildest travel fantasy to motivate clients to get more exercise.
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