Welcome back to the level up your fitness workout series! We are already in week 2 of our 6-week program and we are very excited you are still with us! This week we get to meet our second class: the Paladin. A little more core this week, but of course, a Paladin is basically a magic fighter class, so he has to be able to tank a bit and take bodyshots.
"level up your fitness"
Want to level up your fitness for the holiday season? Getting ready for those new beach wear outfits? Looking to finally lose some Corona pounds? Join in and level up your fitness in a easy and fun way with our geeky themed six-week workout series. The workout series is build like an RPG and is adaptable so anyone can join. In the first three weeks we will try out some classes to get acquainted with the sets. And, like in any RPG, as you gain experience, you can pick and choose what your character needs. No fitness experience needed. We will tell you a fun tale full of adventure as well as prepare you for a boss-battle in no time!
We all know the gamer stereotype: People who spend all day in front of the computer or console, barely moving a muscle. When they do move, it’s usually to walk to the kitchen and grab some potato chips or a plate of cookies with a soda to wash it down. As a result of this lifestyle, gamers are often incredibly skinny if they are blessed with a quick metabolism or overweight if they aren’t. Did we describe that right? Are gaming and fitness hard to match? Or is there more to be said?
Around January most people look back at the previous year and set goals for the next. For many people, losing weight or getting more active is a returning favorite on the goal list. And what better way to focus on reaching your goals than getting a new fitness tracker or smartwatch?
What is Gaming cardio? Well, it is a phrase I just made up, so let me explain. If you visit our website regularly you might have noticed a few articles about fitness. Like the RPG-style workout series called ‘Level up your fitness’, where we basically ‘gamify’ your workout so you can enjoy it more. But what about video games that have a workout already built in? Why not use those games to entertain ourselves and level up our ‘fitness game’ as well? Genius! Right? So here’s my list of suggestions for video games that I consider to fall under the category of Gaming cardio to help you get the best of both worlds!
With the holiday season behind us, some of you might have gotten a VR headset as a present. And while VR gaming is massively fun, these headsets can also be used for various VR gaming workouts. But how does a VR workout compare to a regular workout? Is it just a fun way to get some light movement in? Or could a VR gaming session actually replace a regular workout session?