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When it comes to fitness— what is your why?
For the most part, we’re not out there running just for the sake of excelling at running. We don’t learn to climb ropes to become master rope climbers, or do burpees to secure a “best in burpees” award.
We do these things to prove to ourselves that we can do the things we think we cannot do. To develop resilience, persistence, and grit. To experience camaraderie and accomplishment. To improve our bodies, sharpen our minds, reach our potential and become better people.
To Be More Human.
The Be More Human campaign from Reebok is exploring how fitness helps us to be more human— how pushing ourselves to our limits strengthens the best parts of our humanity. To that end, they’ve developed a test to measure your human-ness. See how they decided what qualities to quantify and take the test here.
An active body also means an active mind, and the Be More Human campaign examines how exercise affects the brain: in a nutshell, better and more rigorous workouts lead to a better, more rigorous brain.
Ready to work out your body and brain and Be More Human? Get to it with this four minute Tabata workout:
Once you’re done and lying in a pool of sweat and glow of accomplishment, share it on Instagram with #Breakyourselfie!
How does fitness help you to Be More Human?
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