We all want to emulate top fighter athletes or have sculpted physique and tonic but everyone knows that you need perseverance, continuous dedication.
But even if you know it, not everyone is willing to go to the gym, follow a strict diet and make sacrifices.
At least not every day.
- Sometimes it can happen that we feel down physically or mentally.
- It can happen that it’s too cold or too hot.
And so instead of going to the gym you postpone and stay at home to train on Facebook or YouTube.
Maybe a few hours later you regret it as well and guilt keeps you awake or awake all night but the gym has already closed and a training day is hopelessly skipped.
What is a possible solution to this problem of laziness?
Leverage your character.
If you are a proud person who reacts when you are insulted then this is good news because this app can work.
This app is called “Abusive Gym Reminder”, and is among the most downloaded of 2019 on the Android Play Store.
As easily imagined by reading its name, it is an app that, obsessively, reminds the owner of the smartphone on which it is installed that it is time to go to the gym.
A not indifferent psychological stimulus, therefore.
When you receive continuous messages with more or less heavy insults, something inevitably happens within us.
The app in question records both the hours spent in the gym and the days when you prefer to stay at home.
When that happens, there comes a kind of sms with insults of various kinds.
- “You’re a disaster, ”
- “Uninstall the app”,
- “You’re going to die alone.
- “You don’t do anything”
- and so on.
When you go to the gym after a long absence, the app does not compliment you; anything else:
- “Who are you?”,
- “Where were you?”
are the most common messages in this circumstance.
Clearly the level of insults is adjustable: if you are very touchy you can select to receive only unin offensive epithets.
Someone on the web points out an interesting aspect of the matter: some people, clearly listless, may have a brilliant excuse not to go to the gym despite the insults.
What would be the valid justification?
Wanting to hear the extent to which the insults inserted into the software by the creators of the app arrive.
Abusive Gym Reminder is among the most downloaded apps of recent weeks.
But do you really need an app that tells us certain things to encourage us to do physical activity?
Do we need to be offended by a phone?
Of course, the obsession, whether it’s food, sports, work, whatever is subsequently extremed, is always wrong.
The fact remains, however, that beyond the app what really matters to be (or return) in shape is the will to improve and the awareness that with perseverance and sacrifice you can achieve great results even without insults.