Isn't it funny that there are things in our lives that drive us bananas?!
You may chuckle when you hear what I have to share today as it really isn't that big of a deal.
Makes my head spin?
I like to look at it from the perspective that words matter. And in the exercise world, words and meanings get intertwined to the point that they are not even used properly.
Big deal, Lisa! Or is it?
My main frustration happens when words are misused and they derail people. If we are not on the same page about what something means then many barriers and resistance can arise. When words are used correctly, I am able to help provide a framework to show people what is possible.
Some words hold heavy weight for people and you can probably guess what big "E" word I'm talking about.
So today in my next instalment of Physical Activity QuickPlays, I am defining some common misunderstood and misused terms in the physical activity space.
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Physical activity is different than exercise which is different from physical fitness.
My hope is that from this video you are able to see that words matter. You can be a physically active person without exercising a day in your life.
Let me say it again…
You can be a physically active person without exercising a day in your life.
Walk with it for a moment. Ponder it. And acknowledge that you are and can be a physically active person. Big "E" word included or not.
I am here to support you in your physical activity (and all that it entails) journey.
Stay well and happy moving,
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