Last week some of you would have read about how overhead lunges equal success.

You’ll have also read a quick line about Infinite games, and finite ones too.

A Finite game is bound by rules, time, outcomes and expectations. Simply, you’re playing to win.

Traditionally, this can look like a game of rugby, football, netball or hockey.

Like a business’s end of year results or the bonus you aim for at work each year. You know what you have to do to achieve it, and so you focus accordingly.

The problem with Finite games is that just as you can win, you can also lose, and often this outcome can have detrimental effects in both the short and long term.

We end up blaming ourselves, and others, for our inability to triumph.

Relationships are tested and sometimes broken.

But yet we persevere with this approach because we know no different.

What if, however, there was another kind of game. A long term focused game, one that doesn’t apply a myriad of rules or time constraints.

One that allows you almost continued success for a fraction of the effort an Infinite game demands.

Allow me to introduce the Infinite game!

The Infinite Game isn’t limited by the structure of the Finite game.

It is focused on the future, on keeping moving forward, on being agile and not constrained.

At Ignite Fitness and Nutrition, we very much focus on the Infinite game. We focus on three things:

Move Better | Live Longer | Be Happier

We want our clients to be moving well 30 years from now, just as we want our kids and teens looking forward to a lifetime of being happier.

We achieve this aim through educating our clients on the benefits of an Infinite, rather than Finite focus.

It’s not the score of the workout that matters, but that you’re able to take on another one tomorrow, next week, or next year. Everything we do inside the four walls of Ignite should benefit the life you have outside.

A squat PB is an amazing feeling, but not if of means you can’t get out of bed the next day with gritting your teeth.

What is amazing is seeing clients who achieve lower blood pressure, better cholesterol, or their doctor telling them they no longer need medication to keep their type 2 in check.

Now, it’s not easy dodging the red pill and taking the Infinite route. Our egos can take a bit of a knock, we might not be posting as many videos of us pulling one-legged pistols on a kettlebell while holding a barbell overhead.

But seriously, for most of us, that’s not the goal.

For our clients, our goals are the three tenets we build our vision around:

Move Better | Live Longer | Be Happier

If that’s what you want for the rest of your life, drop us a line




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