It seems that everywhere you look these days, there is an abundance of fitness merchandise boasting their necessity; however, how do you know what equipment you actually need? Obviously you only want to invest in products that will actually improve exercise performance, but how can you know what is necessary and what is superfluous?
The fitness industry propagates scams and myths, like the supplements they say you need to get strong. Most certifications are just money making rackets that don't give you real world experience or expertise.
We all know fitness is important. With expensive gym memberships that lock you into a contract, you may not be feeling any motivation to hit the treadmill. Don't fret! The great news is you don't need a gym to get fit! You can work your muscles just as hard for a fraction of the cost (or free) from the comfort of your own home. Here's how!
Oftentimes, I am asked which type of applications and electronic devices I am using at present.The bad news is that I am somewhat electronically- and device-challenged, meaning that I only use these devices when I really must. And when I use them, I bet I do it at 10% of their potential, having not discovered all the cool stuff they can offer to me! The array and the vastness of possibilities simply scare me. Oh, well, it must be personal, because then, our 12-year-old daughter comes and claims it is all SOOO EASY to navigate!