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Beach Body Transformation Only 20 weeks Freeletics Running

Hi, my name is Sunny, I am 23 years old and a marketing consultant. I used to be slim my whole life, I had a busy social life and did a lot of sport. But now it’s hard to even look at myself in the mirror. Especially if I’m just in my underwear, what I see in the mirror makes me really sad. I still remember standing here in the same spot 20 weeks ago, feeling super uncomfortable in my own skin.

The first 15 weeks were really tough. It was exhausting and I was totally unfit. On top of that, I also injured myself. And that really got me down at the time, because I couldn’t perform as well as I wanted to. But now, I would like to show you the results.

Running From Zombies Smartphone Apps Make Exercise Fun

(Image source: Zombies, Run!)  BY SHANLEY REYNOLDS There’s an app for just about everything these days, and HealthDay reports the smartphone app industry is exercising a little harder in one market lately: exercise. quot;Software developers are taking advantage of smartphones’ advanced technology — GPS, accelerometers, MP3 players — to create ‘immersive’ fitness games that appeal to both avid and reluctant exercisers.quot; (Via HealthDay) The Huffington Post took a look at one app called Nexercise that quot;gameifiesquot; your.

Workout by giving you prizes for working out. There are also apps that place users in scenarios like Zombies, Run! or BullDash. In Zombies, Run! you’re part of a complex story line that involves picking up supplies for a community surviving a zombie apocalypse, and . quot;At certain intervals, you’re alerted that zombies are nearby, and if you don’t pick up the pace you’ll have to pitch some supplies to keep from being caught.quot; The game doesn’t even end when you’re done working out. You can go back and use supplies you picked up to continue helping your community.

And in BullDash you’re running from, yep, bulls, by putting you in the middle of a running herd in Pamplona, Spain.

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