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Wellbeing Fitness

From Editor Terry Robson

Are you fit? What does that question really mean to you? After all, we all seek fitness as a desirable goal but what are we really saying? I put it to you that being “fit” is being ready to live.

Being physically fit means you are able to choose what you want to do in life rather than settle for what an unfit body will let you do. “Fitness” also extends beyond the physical as walking, swimming, martial arts, yoga and other activities become moving meditations where you integrate mind and body for the refreshment of the soul.

That’s why fitness is really not a choice, not if you want to fully experience your life and get the most from it. How you get fit is up to you. From walking to weightlifting to yoga and ancient exercises such as the five Tibetans, it’s all covered here. Treat this as your guide and companion on your fitness journey.

The 23 chapters inside include: 

Walking, Swimming, Gym, Cycling, Running, Resistance Exercise, Aerobic Exercise, Boot Camp, Martial Arts, Adventure Exercise, Dance, Pilates, Yoga, Tai Chi, The Five Tibetans, Supplements, Food for Exercise, Natural Injury Management, and Motivation.

About Wellbeing Magazine:

WellBeing has remained Australia’s most successful natural health magazine for over 20 years and continues to grow as topics such as sustainability, organic produce and natural therapies become more mainstream. WellBeing is an inspiring read for people passionate about natural health and therapies and for those who have just begun to take an interest in the subject. The magazine maintains its credibility by only publishing articles that are comprehensively researched and written by experts in the industry. All articles inspire, educate and enlighten.

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