Hello, welcome to the finals lounge Fitness summary for 2023! I hope you had a great year filled with personal growth and fitness milestones.here loungewe’ve had a great year and brought you our best health and fitness advice to help you get the most out of your training.
At the end of 2023, we bring you the best stories of the week that you may have missed. This week, we’re bringing you stories about making better New Year’s resolutions, why you should indulge yourself, and how to get better fitness content on your social media feeds.
One of the most common reasons people join a gym is to lose weight. This is due to unrealistic representations of body aesthetics in popular media, but it’s high time people started exercising for the right reasons.
And what would it be? Author Shrenik Avrani speaks to his fitness coaches and experts to bust the myth that BMI or weight is the true indicator of fitness. Of course, in 2024 you don’t have to decide to join a gym for the right reasons: strength, mobility, and stamina. Read this great story to learn more.
Too much of anything can be toxic, and that applies to fitness training as well. Just because you’ve been very disciplined with your training and nutrition all year long, you don’t have to feel guilty about indulging during the holidays.
In this very timely story, author Shrenik Avrani talks to fitness enthusiasts and trainers about why it’s so important to do the things that bring you joy. If you don’t want to become an unattractive fitness freak, read this story.
To be honest, social media sucks. The mindless feed spewed out by AI algorithms drains your energy, leaves you brain dead and completely devoid of creativity. It’s called doom scrolling because you end up feeling really nihilistic.
But if you must use social media, use it to follow really cool and helpful fitness accounts (especially Instagram) run by great coaches. In this fun story, writer Pulasta Dhar brings you his 5 great accounts to follow in 2024.