Thursday, October 20, 2011

Exercising tips for the online marketer

What does exercising have to do with online marketing? Plenty! Most online marketers spend way too much time sitting on that comfortable chair you bought for the sole purpose of making money with your computer. Whether you are becoming successful or not is a moot point. Sitting on your ass all day long will make you fat, lethargic, and unhealthy. Don’t you want to enjoy your money once it starts flowing in?

Yes, I am being a bit sarcastic and facetious but you know deep in your heart exercising will help you become much more productive. I have here some good exercising tips to help you become a better, blogger, writer and Internet Marketer.
Exercising equipment inside your workspace.

Do you have a thread mill? Do you ever use it? If so how often? One excellent way to use it much more often is to move it inside your work area. Writing, publishing and adding new content is what you are probably doing. Exercising is the furthest thought from your mind. But if you have your equipment such as thread mill, weight bench, jump rope etc…right in the same area you are more apt to stop your computer stuff and start exercising. It really works.
Have you ever posted, downloaded or are awaiting an answer from a forum you are subscribed to? This is the perfect time to start a quick 15-20 exercise routing. Run in place, crunches, push ups or a some reps on your weight bench. It’s amazing how much energy you have after 20 minutes of continuous exercising.


  1. Very useful analyze, I’ve made some bets on them this season! Thanks for helping me too see the situation objective. And hey, don’t be sad for the results, it could be worse anytime!

  2. Thanks for the post mate you have written it very well.

  3. For those who don’t have a treadmill you can just go outside and jog. It is absolutely free and is much more enjoyable that staying at home. For starters you can do intervals of 1 minute jogging and 30 seconds brisk walk for a total of 20 reps. This makes a good 30 minute daily routine and because it’s interval training, it burns more fat. Remember to up the ante every week. Or mix it up. You can try jump rope too! It’s dirt cheap!