In today’s world almost everyone has a smartphone.
According to Demographics taken from surveys done by The PewResearchCenter 75% of Women and 78% of Men in the United States own Smart Phones cell phone usage is up a considerable amount since the days of indestructible phones like the Nokia 3310.
2002 were dark days for cell phones and you can assume a lot people still preferred a payphone.
Because only 62% of Adults in 2002 had cellphones it shows just how different different consumer’s were. Not only in the way they bought but also the way that they interacted in their world.
Why Smart Phone’s Changed Consumer’s Usage
Now that Smart Phones exist it allows the consumer to decide how you as the buyer want to use it.
- For example; Android phones allow the user to install their operating system of choice you don’t need to run with the Operating System Samsung choose’s for you
- Most Friends and Family use one or multiple Social Networks
- Powerful Systems allow for more complex and enjoyable games
- Updated Pixel Design most phones coming out with 4K resolution standard
- Powerful Mobile Networks
All of these factors contribute to the reason why more and more people spend upwards of a few hours a day on their Cell Phone.
Put Down The Phone and Pick up the Weights
Putting down your phone and using it even half the time you normally do will allow you to open up a lot more free time in your life. Put down your phone and Start building some muscle.
Think about it in the term of Short Vs. Long Term Goals.
Say, your short term goal is to put down your phone and start working out instead. Whether that be doing bicep curls, sit ups, dips, push ups, all of these exercises will show results with as little as 30 minutes of effort. When many Americans Spend 2, 3 or even 5 hours of free time everyday on Social Media, Game Apps, or simply texting everyday you can imagine what halving that time and dedicating it to exercise would do to their fitness levels.
Immense Differences would be found in the Long Term.
Although that’s not to say Smart Phones are completely horrible to your Fitness.
In fact cutting your time on your phone will show you just how beneficial it can be to have 2 hours dedicated to your health and wellness but also giving you a perspective you didn’t have before.
This can take longer for some people to see than other’s but once you see the difference in your life you won’t go back to your phone controlling you ever again what I’m talking about is the fact that you can use your phone in different ways to help encourage your health.
- Use Food Tracker Apps ( Most useful for people who eat without control, compulsory eaters)
- Strava Sport Tracker
- Music! ( great to help pump you up and keep you going through physically exhausting exercise)
Search any artist, band, soundtrack and you’ll find it immediately.
You. control how you listen.
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