Will Fitness Ever Rule the World?
- fitness will rule the world when we eliminate the barriers that keep people out of it
- the barriers to fitness are not physical, they are mental
- the barriers are not in the equipment, they are in the mindset
- the barriers are not in the training, they are in the attitude
Fitness will rule the world when we eliminate the barriers that keep people out of it.
- lack of motivation
- lack of confidence
For fitness to become the world’s new standard, it will have to be accessible and affordable.
Accessibility: The biggest barrier for people who want to get fit is that they don’t know where or how they can do it. They may have heard about CrossFit, but they’re not sure if their local gym has a class or what level of fitness they need in order to join one. When someone needs help finding a place where he or she can exercise regularly, we call this “accessibility.”
Cost: If you’re trying out a new workout regimen at home, there will probably be some costs associated with it—for example: equipment rental fees; classes per week; personal training sessions (if applicable); etc.—but these costs shouldn’t prevent you from getting started on your journey back into shape! If anything, these expenses should make getting healthier feel more worth while because now there’s motivation behind spending money on yourself rather than buying something else (like groceries).
Time commitment: Another reason why many people fail at reaching their goals isn’t necessarily lack of talent or motivation as much as lack of time available in today’s fast paced world filled with work schedules that leave little room for leisure activities such as sports practice sessions everyday after school ends at 2pm sharp each school year during summer break months when kids are off from school anyway so why waste valuable time doing nothing but sitting around watching tv all day long? That would mean wasting away three hours every day just watching tv shows like Friends reruns which doesn’t sound too bad until you realize how much time those episodes take up which means losing another two hours worth of productive activity which could easily translate into five additional pounds lost per month!”
Fitness will rule the world when we eliminate the barriers that keep people out of it. Not only do they come in all shapes and sizes, but they also span across different age groups and nationalities. As a result, it’s very hard for one person to say what works best for them or their goals. However, there are some universal truths that can be applied across all fitness levels: consistency is key; consistency in your efforts will lead to gains over time; choosing the right workouts is important; and finally, don’t forget about yourself while you work towards those goals!