There’s no such thing as a best exercise plan. That all depends on you.
I want to help you find the best exercise plan for you (and make it fit your busy life).
Hi! My name is Daniel.
I’m 100% sure you can accomplish the same thing.
So why should you care about exercise?
Exercise isn’t just about losing fat, although that is definitely a nice side-effect. Beginning an exercise plan will improve the quality of your everyday life.
The human body gets weaker as you age. Without strength and stamina, basic tasks like walking upstairs and bending over to pick up a pencil become quite difficult.
(Thrown out your back lately? If so, you know what I mean.)
Habit change gets harder with every passing year. Start now.
Think about your grandmother, grandfather, or one of your favorite senior citizens… someone you’ve known for at least a decade.
Has their personality changed in any significant aspects? I doubt it. As people age, they become increasingly set in their ways.
(Heck, I’ve been eating the same exact thing for breakfast since 2009, so I know.)
How am I different from other fitness blogs?
I’m not attached to any method of fitness training. That’s rare in the polarized fitness industry, where people always debate about the most effective way to exercise.
There is no such thing as a “best way to exercise.” Fitness bloggers who debate this subject are missing the point. It all comes down to the individual’s unique situation.
The best exercise plan? It’s complicated…
Even if the evidence says one type of exercise is “better” than another, how helpful is that? No two people begin from the same place. Modifications will have to be made.
It’s impossible to create a good exercise plan before considering your needs, goals, and preferences. Experiment with different types of exercise until you figure out which one works best for you. It will take some practice!
I know what you’re thinking: “These sound like smart words, but why should I trust this guy?”
I have been lifting weights since college. I recently became a yoga teacher. In 2016, I ran a marathon. I’ve helped people with a variety of ages, budgets, body types, and time pressures achieve their fitness goals.