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On Demand TV and Weight Loss

By Greggers254 @LeeGregory254

On-demand TV has soared in recent years, and seems to be on its way to dominating our TV screens. I can see its attraction - the ability to watch episode after episode, as many as you want, whenever you want. One problem with this however, is it's becoming addictive and people not leaving the sofa.

On demand TV and Weight Loss

The television has been around for a long time, and it's still a 'must have' for the living room and bedrooms. If you spend an evening at home, the chances are you're going to be watching TV at some point. Before 'on demand' came along you had to wait a week for your favourite shows to air and for you to be able to watch them. Now with 'on demand', you might not be able to watch the newest TV shows, but there are so many boxsets that you can stream and watch all night.

If there was a show that you loved watching, and it was on TV at 9pm every weekday, that means you have a bit of time between getting in from work/school and your program - time for the gym and to cook a healthy meal! However, with the amazing invention of on-demand, you can come home and watch straight away, which could quite possibly put you off of getting ready for the gym or heading to the kitchen to cook a healthy meal. That's where the problems can begin.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not against TV or watching boxsets, in fact I watch many myself, but you need to be able to not let it take over your life. If you want to go to the gym on say, a Wednesday evening, don't come in and 'see what's on' - just get ready and go, then you can come back and relax after a tough workout and watch your favourite shows.

Lee Gregory Fitness

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