Don’t Like The Gym? Try Something More Extreme

Hey Everyone,

Winter is soon arriving and I started to think about skiing and all the amazing winter sports you can do. So many people to stick to the gym for exercise but little do they realise that there are so many amazing sports to try which can get you outside more. Let’s face it; going to the gym each and every day isn’t exactly most people’s idea of heaven. When you already work hard at your normal life, spending hours at work, and putting loads of time into the people you love, it can be hard to find the energy for workouts. This is a shame, though, as it only takes a very small change to start melding your active life with the part of you which is always seeking entertainment. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring this change, giving you an idea of what can be done to improve this side of life.

One of the worst parts of going to the gym all the time is the fact that it is often quite boring. Most people don’t find it very fun, and this makes it far too easy to choose to do something else, instead. By choosing to go down the route of an extreme sport, you can add some spice to your workouts, making it much more thrilling to exercise, while also giving yourself some new skills along the way. Below, you can find some of the best extreme sports for this sort of approach.


There are very few exercises which will work as much of your body as rowing. Trying to move a small boat through water is a challenge which most people don’t expect, especially when they first get started. White water rafting sits are the extreme end of this sort of sport, making it the perfect option for anyone looking to take this approach. It might be a little scary at first, but you will be safe as long as you go with the right company, while also keeping what you’re told by your instructor in mind.


Rock climbing has become much more accessible in recent years, especially if you already have access to a gym. Climbing walls have become very commonplace, with people of all age groups and demographics taking part in this sort of exercise. Being perfect for raising whole-body strength, there are few workouts which can offer entertainment and exertion in the same way that climbing a wall can.


Finally, as the last option to consider, it’s time to think about diving. This is probably the hardest sport on this list to get into, with very strict safety rules in place to make sure that people don’t get hurt. If you are interested in nature, though, being able to see the ocean from the inside is a great gift, especially when it comes with a good deal of exercise. It’s always best to try something like this out before you commit to getting involved.

Hopefully, this post will inspire you to start working harder on the time you put into finding exercise options which inspire you. You don’t have to do something extreme, but it always worth focusing on the parts of fitness you enjoy, rather than putting yourself through the parts which you don’t.

See you in my next post!



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