Keeping up with the latest fitness information can be quite a balancing act, whether you’re a fitness blogger or you’re simply aiming to perfect your fitness routine. The good information just keeps coming, and sometimes it’s practically impossible to tear away from our laptops long enough to make it to the gym.
Even if you aren’t a fitness blogger, you probably have a tough time balancing research and planning with actually applying the fitness information in your workouts.
(And, sadly, looking up exercise videos on Self.com doesn’t count as exercise.)
So how can we take a break from the latest research and stats, and just get on with our fitness regimens?
I think so.
And more and more researchers are agreeing with me.
It seems that being able to tune out the chatter from time to time is essential. Whether you have a fitness blog or you’re focused on making your fitness plan stick, your approach to fitness information really can make or break you.
In a post I wrote at Healthy Living Blogs last week, I came up with some ideas about how to create a more natural, stress-less approach to fitness blogging (or Googling). Read it here and let me know if you think they’ll work for you.