Do you share all your fitness landmarks on social media? Do you often see friends' photos of toned abs and pumped-up muscles? I bet the answer to at least one of those questions is "yes," but how do such exercise-related posts influence others? A new study addresses that issue.
When you're trying to decide whether or not to eat before a workout, you'll encounter a host of conflicting information. Some people say yes, eating before a workout can give you more energy, and others say no, it'll slow you down. Here's why I tell my clients to practice fasted exercise for the sake of their metabolism and fat-burning potential.
The fitness industry is continuing to benefit from social media, a short look at the hashtag #FITFAM shows evidence of this, raking in over 77 million posts on Instagram alone and continuing to grow as we speak. We’ve taken a look at how people are using social media today to support their fitness goals.
Social media and fitness industry statistics show that there’s plenty of people to reach on social media. If you want to be successful, and who doesn't, you’re going to want to include Instagram, live video, influencer marketing and authentic content in your social media strategy.
Social media is an important part of our lives in the 21st century. Nearly every activity we do has become tied to it in some way, including exercise. For example, many of us use socially-networked apps to log workouts at the fitness center, regularly post our fitness tracker stats to Facebook, or take pictures of ourselves after a sweaty workout for the benefit of Instagram.
Socially media can be good for your exercise habits, but it also has some potential dangers, as well.
In short, the same technological developments that once let crowds of twentysomething post-college grads stage on-the-spot absurdism is now empowering people to improve their lives, and – critically – rewarding them with a nice little dopamine boost for doing so (in addition to actual friendships and second families).
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