When it comes to working out, have you struggled to find and build consistency?
Have you found yourself bouncing from one program to the next? Hoping that somehow your problem of being “inconsistent” or “unmotivated” will fix itself with the NEXT BEST PROGRAM?
You’re not alone.
Between April and the middle of September, we are hosting and/or participating in seven major events across the US, and we will pop up at some smaller, member-run meetups along the way.
What is Street Parking In the Wild all about? What’s the deeper meaning of the phrase? What does it mean for you to get out, “in the wild” and why do we think it’s valuable?
This feeling of “more is better” is a staple within the fitness industry. An idea that has been popularized after decades of clever marketing by fitness gurus and get fit quick schemes for as long as we can remember.
The same mindset has been attached to nutrition and eating LESS, or taking MORE supplements to somehow bypass the need for patience while reaching for our health and fitness holy grail.
When it comes to exercise, we have been led to believe that MORE is better, or even necessary.
Contrary to popular belief, in most cases, this is not true.
When we take on the “MORE IS BETTER” philosophy, we aren’t considering what is going to be realistic and sustainable for us in the long-term.