Fitness Tips for INSANELY BUSY PEOPLE Who Say They Just Have no Time for the GYM written in partnership with Verizon
You are now in No-Mans –Land or No-Resolution-land when it comes to a fresh start because it is long past New Year’s 2018 and not close enough to 2019 yet to wait until next year to start over and commit to fitness. The good news is I have Fitness Tips for INSANELY BUSY PEOPLE Who Say They Just Have no Time for the GYM so that you can do what you need to do to get fit before bathing suit season. While you may not have time to try the latest new exercise craze (Fitwall? Bokwa?) no sweat.
I’ve got all the information and equipment and Fitness Tips for INSANELY BUSY PEOPLE Who Say They Just Have no Time for the GYM that you need to help you at your fingertips. You now have the devices, Apps and ways mobile can help you get motivated to RECOMMIT TO FITNESS! So put on that hoodie or sweatshirt and leggings and just do it.
What is the best gadget out there to help you get fit? For keeping the beat: Fitbit Charge HR™ Wireless Heart Rate + Activity Wristband.The Fitbit Charge HR includes an optical heart rate monitor that uses blood flow sensors to gauge your pulse.
It also has a small OLED screen to display the time as well as short messages. It tracks your steps and can also tell how many stairs you climb each day. The band will last for about five days on a single charge. Reach your goals by keeping track of your heart rate to reach your fitness goals. See more at http://vz.to/2ffHFPy.
Need a better reason to get fit? The app: Charity Miles The app lets you choose a charity to walk, run or bike for—even if you’re just doing solo exercise—and Charity Miles will donate money based on your activity. It’s extremely simple to use: First choose your mode of exercise, swipe to select the charity you want and then hit start. As you’re walking, the app measures your progress in time, distance and the impact your donation will have.Go to http://vz.to/2ffJFYa.
Mix it up a little bit to avoid the monotony of the same workout. If you’re a professional skier or snowboarder, the run of your competitive season pretty much begins and ends with winter. Football in the fall. Baseball in the spring. During the off-season, the pros take a break from their sport, but not from training. Mix up your routine with a variety of strength and cardio training to avoid injury in the off-season. Or learn a new sport just for fun. Apps such as Just 6 Weeks will take you through a series of exercises that are designed to help you build strength and push through a plateau over the course of six weeks, one pushup at a time. Train like an athlete http://vz.to/2eLHjxq.
See how well you did and try and achieve more with the Fitbit Zip™ Wireless Activity Tracker. This itty-bitty device is the first to offer a wireless Bluetooth® connection for delivering real-time updates on steps walked, distance covered, calories burned and more. The Fitbit Zip Wireless Activity Tracker is lightweight and easy to wear.
When you’re done exercising, review your progress through a free Fitbit account with handy charts, graphs and other motivational tools. Many of your favorite fitness apps are compatible with Fitbit, which means you could share data between apps or view everything from your Fitbit dashboard for a complete and personalized workout picture. http://vz.to/2eGfndA
Be Entertained… But Not on the Couch: So you can’t get to a gym- just make sure you’re moving while watching you watch your favorite show. Whether it be “Breaking Bad” or “House of Cards,” stream your show to your phone with a Verizon Mobile App and you may end up working out longer and harder!
So now you have the apps and technology to power ahead and be your best anytime of year no resolutions necessary.