Are you taking good care of you body?

Last Update: May 03, 2017

Working in online business is not the healthiest job you can have.
We are staring for hours at that screen in an unnatural pose.

If we are planning to do this for years to come, we have to take good care of our body.

Be honest here!
Are you doing this?
Are you taking regular breaks?
Do you exercise at least a few times a week?

Don't forget to treat your body well.

Here's where I spend between 1-2 hours every day from Monday to Friday.
And sometimes on the weekends, too.

It's the private gym of my brother's in law.
I am grateful that they let me use it for free!

So, what are you doing?
Let me know in the comments below!

Cheers
Moritz

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BrendanB1 Premium
Great advice.

I've just rejoined my local gym for just this reason, it is a cost both monetary and in time. But one well worth making.
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MoritzS Premium
Fantastic!
Keep it up! :)
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jetrbby80316 Premium
That is great advice Moritz. We are in a sedentary business, we can't forget to keep our bodies haealthy not only our minds!
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MoritzS Premium
Absolutely.
When I was working full-time for a software company, I hardly did any exercise.
It was terrible and I wasn't really feeling well.

Cheers
Moritz
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jetrbby80316 Premium
Health first dude. All the way.
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jvranjes Premium
Moritz, for me this looks like a torture room. How can you do this to you?
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MoritzS Premium
Haha.
During the first month, it was a torture room for me, too. ;)

Now it's actually fun and satisfying. :)
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jvranjes Premium
I understand. Back to your starting question. I do run, every second evening, this has been so in the past 13 years. Mountaineering is another activity but I am in Belgium so the nearest mountains are 800-1000 km away, imagine my misery.
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MoritzS Premium
Great that you have been running regularly for such a long time.

It's a shame about the mountains, though.
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jvranjes Premium
I think the nearest are those about Garmisch-Partenkirchen. I was driving from Leuven to there and then continue up the mountain, without sleeping did it twice that way, for Zugspitze and Alpspitze. Your land, you know it.
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MoritzS Premium
Haven't been there, but know it, of course. :)
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Gerlinde Premium
I am veeeery lazy, haha! But I have a dog... so, better than nothing! :D
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MoritzS Premium
Haha.
I hope the dog keeps you busy and active. ;)
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Gerlinde Premium
:D She's got temperament, so yes! :D
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MoritzS Premium
That's awesome. :D
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jetrbby80316 Premium
It's great to run with your dog Gerlinde, this is wonderful exercise, healthy for you and your best friend!
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Gerlinde Premium
Yes, Kaju! I love it being in nature with her and enjoy the silence... :D
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jvranjes Premium
I am also veeery lazy (one "e" less than in your case). Why standing if you can sit, why walking if you do not have to. It is the minimum energy principle, pure physics.
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jetrbby80316 Premium
Very strange coming from a mountaineer Jovo, how can you climb mountains if you are lazy?!
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Gerlinde Premium
Wow, I am glad I'm not the only one! :D
Going for a walk in nature without seeing anybody except my dog... :D That's enough for me...
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jvranjes Premium
I envy you, this is how I imagine a perfect walk. I had a dog only in my childhood and miss it.
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jvranjes Premium
The same I hear at home from my wife. This is something else, one could call it a sort of religion, or perhaps in simple scientific terms just the adrenaline in the blood.
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Gerlinde Premium
I always wanted a dog, now she is 12,5 years old.. but you are not flexible with a dog.... that's the other side.
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jetrbby80316 Premium
Lol! A mountain man strictly "in spirit"
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bigrog44 Premium
I do a lot of walking.
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MoritzS Premium
That's awesome!
Any form of exercise is great!

Good job. :)
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jetrbby80316 Premium
You really only need 30 minutes of brisk walking a day, Rog
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