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As a Busy Entrepreneur do you struggle with staying in shape?

Discussion in 'Services Wanted' started by Joshua Clark, Oct 19, 2019.

  1. Joshua Clark

    Joshua Clark

    Oct 19, 2019
    Hey everyone, I'm currently in a research phase where I'm trying to find out how one could make it easier for busy entrepreneurs to stay in shape :)

    So I have two simple questions:

    As a busy entrepreneur do you struggle with staying in shape? If you do what are the two biggest issues you face?
  2. Jed


    Feb 16, 2009
    A mix between using a standing desk and sitting on an exercise ball goes a long way in burning extra calories and keeping muscles engaged. Highly recommended if you're at a desk all day like me.
  3. Erik


    Sep 26, 2012
    Only problem of mine is that in work or in business, I had to sit all the time - way different that my old grilling business where I have the ability to do hard labour :p.

    Only solution to beat that is to take a few minutes break, walk around the area, and get back to work. Get to see some things while thinking, and probably a bit of exercise too if that counts!
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