About Fitness Culture
From the fitness beginner to the seasoned athlete, there will be great information among these pages that will encourage and promote a healthy way of life as a lifelong goal.
There seems to be no end to the sheer quantity of products available online that promise to “create a new you” or “lose inches overnight”. At Fitness Culture, we will never promote fads, lemons, or scams.
We will only provide information on the stuff that works for us, our friends and our families and in turn, we think they could work for you as well.
Whether your goal is to lose a little weight to fit into your favorite jeans or to compete in a gruelling Ironman Triathlon, Fitness Culture can provide a bit of education, motivation and convenience through our articles and product recommendations.
Fitness Culture Fun Philosophy
Let’s face it, variety and fun is absolutely essential to lifelong fitness. If you don’t enjoy it, you won’t do it or at least you won’t do it for very long.
My personal health and fitness roots started way back when getting exercise and being fit was the last thing on my mind. All I cared about was having fun like any other kid.
It was way back before there were really cool video games, computers, and high definition TV. Mom would kick us out of the house and tell us, “Don’t come back till dinner”.
We would spend hours climbing trees, exploring ravines, and catching bugs. If we wanted to play video games, we had to hop on our bikes and ride down to a local convenience store/laundromat with our pockets full of quarters. As kids, we were outside all the time and always on the move. It was never boring because there was a huge variety of activities and it was fun.
Athletics and competition were a natural result of spending your childhood running around the neighborhood playing baseball and street hockey or having massive water fights and kick-the-can marathons with the other kids.
The faster and fitter you were, the better you did and the more fun it was because you weren’t always “it”.
Further along, from my teenage years till now, I continue to have fun and enjoy physical activity and in the process learn everything I can about being active and fit.
Fitness is a part of my family life, social life, and career. Climbing mountains, running marathons, competing in triathlons, surfing and back country hiking are just some of the fun things I love to do and share with my family and none of it happens without a certain degree of fitness.
Why Fitness Culture?
As mentioned previously, we at Fitness Culture would like to provide a convenient place for you to learn about the latest and the best products of the Fitness world. All products on this site have been tested from personal experience or if not, recommended by friends and family. Every product is researched thoroughly and chosen for Fitness Culture because the product, in our opinion is worth recommending for any fitness plan.
The product reviews on this site are recommendations only and links to the sales sites are affiliate links. Any information regarding product warranties and guarantees are from the seller and not from Fitness Culture. Please see the sellers sites for the latest information.
I hope you find the information at Fitness Culture useful and encouraging in your pursuit of a healthy lifestyle.
Take care and best of luck…
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