*This blog post is kindly sponsored by Suunto*
I often get bored with the same routine all the time, with the same running route, it gets boring and I end up quickly losing motivation to train.
Fitness used to be a much bigger part of my life than it is now. Yes, I train 3-5 times a week but I haven’t tried to push myself in a very long time.
I am currently training to walk a half marathon. I thought a challenge like this would keep me on my feet more and make me work towards a goal. I was right. But more than staying active, I’ve been able to discover more of London. The city has always been just a location for me, for meetings, for dinners. But I’ve never really stood back and appreciated that I live in one of the most incredible cities in the world.
London is an urban jungle and I’ve decided to make it my playground.
Enter Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR
There are so many parks and actual playgrounds in London, especially around where I live.
But have you ever thought about expanding your mind for what the city can offer you? Your lunch hour doesn’t have to be spent in a cramped gym or busy class.
Find a staircase to do step ups, a park bench to do box jumps, a park hill to do hill sprints – the possibilities in London are vast and should be taken advantage of!
The Suunto Spartan Trainer fitness tracker has so many great features about it. It is water resistant to 50 metres so I never have to take it off. Anyone ever left a fitness tracker that wasn’t waterproof on in the shower? Oops! The heart rate allows a more accurate reading of how many calories I burn during a workout – and the detail to which you can programme exercises is incredible! I mean there are three options for skiing…three!
I will also never get lost again, with its GPS route navigation it makes it easy to discover more of what London has to offer but also to help me find my way back home!
I can break away from the same old workouts and find new ways to push my limits and keep track of it all with the Suunto Spartan Trainer watch.
What would you do with yours?
Until next time,