Boost Your Wellbeing With The Exclusive Fitbit Surge Giveaway

Fitbit Surge GiveawayDo you want to feel more serene and have more zest for life?

What if I told you there’s a medicine that would make you feel more grounded, sharpen your mind, lift your spirits, and make you feel rejuvenated.

You’d be skeptical, right?

“What about side effects?”

“There aren’t any.”

“But it’s expensive, right?”

“No, it’s free.”

“Yeah right.  There’s no such thing!”

“Oh, there is! It’s backed by scientific studies.” 

Okay, so what is it?

It’s a medicine I take every day. And it makes me feel great!

You see, research shows that exercise is a key factor in rejuvenating mind and body. But exercise, just by itself is only half the magic. If you exercise mindfully, you combine meditation with movement.

 

Introducing… The Mindful Fitness Revolution

When we combine mindful awareness with movement, soul and body respond– and magic happens.  You calm your mind, become fit and healthy, and become noticebly happier.

Mindful fitness brings body, mind and soul together into harmony. Click to Tweet

It’s like meditation in action.

To kick off the Mindful Fitness Revolution in style, we’re giving away an exclusive Fitbit Surge Superwatch so you can get into a personal fitness habit with ease. It also tracks your sleep to boost wellbeing.

What has a fitness tracker got to do with mindfulness?

The Fitbit Surge is a movement– and sleep tracker. You see, the easiest way to get into mindfulness is by getting reminders to return to the present moment. This why a fitness tracker can be a great tool for more mindfulness.

It’s like having a trigger that brings you back to the Now.

In the last few months, I’ve started mindful trail running and I’ve been grateful for the extra motivation a fitness tracker offers to do a little more.  It’s like having a friendly coach at my side who encourages me gently to build the habit of exercising.

Click below to win and go from slow and tired to fit, grounded and zestful.

 

Mindful fitness revolution

 

Want to increase your chances of winning?

Get 3 more entries for every friend you refer. Just ask people to sign up with the lucky URL you receive when you enter the Giveaway. And when five people sign up with your lucky URL, you’ll receive this Bonus Report: Lose Weight and Tone Up: 7 Fat-Busting Foods.

Join the Mindful Fitness Revolution Giveaway to win!

You’ll not only have a good chance at winning the Fitbit Surge Superwatch (especially if you get friends to sign up too), you’ll also get access to a series of inspiring articles on how to get off the couch, become more active, take the brakes off your creativity, and rekindle your zest for life.

Stay tuned for stories and articles on mindful fitness.

In the last six months, I’ve been doing a lot of research around mindful fitness and I’ve experimented with using mindful exercise to boost wellbeing.

The results are spectacular! After just a few months, I’m so much more alert and creative and I’ve recovered my zest for life!

I can’t wait to share inspiring stories and surprising information about mindful fitness with you!

Here on Goodlife ZEN, we’re developing the mindful fitness project as an editorial team.  Together with my wonderful Assistant Editors, Laura and Mark Tong, I’m on a mission to boost your wellbeing and happiness.

Are you in?

Do you want to boost your wellbeing with mindful fitness?  If you want to develop a healthy and loving relationship with your body, as well as calming your mind, mindful fitness is the way to go.

Write a comment to let us know that you want to join us in the Mindful Fitness Revolution and become healthier and happier.

And please share this post on social media. Your share could be the tipping point which makes this revolution go viral. 🙂

About the Author
Mary Jaksch is the Editor-in-Chief of GoodlifeZen.com. Join the Mindful Fitness Revolution to slim down, tone up, and feel grounded.

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  1. Susan Mounts says:

    This is great! I really want to become fit and it sounds like you’re going to help me with this.

  2. Lindy Arcuri says:

    I am interested in mindfulness and have a few books on it. Here in Australia it is winter and hard to get motivated to exercise but I know it is the missing factor in my recently commenced commitment to better health. I have a six month old puppy I have to walk daily. It would be helpful if some of your strategies include walking the dog.
    Congratulations on looking at the link between exercise and mindfulness. Its got to be a winner for the time poor. Thanks

  3. Mary Jaksch says:

    I agree, Lindy. Mindful Fitness is a winner. Thanks for your suggestion of taking up walking a dog as one of the ways to practice mindful exercise.

    We’ll definitely write about it!

  4. Michelle says:

    A watch? Your kidding, right? Do you realize how many of us have bought all kinds of stuff to lose weight, to get motivated? How insulting! Stick with encouraging people to meditate. That is so much more kind, than to insult people’s intelligence with a watch. Meditating helps folks get in touch with themselves and a spiritual side of them that brings peace. Stay in that arena that is so much more honest… and loving.

    • Mary Jaksch says:

      I understand where you’re coming from, Michelle. I’m passionate about Mindful exercise and movement because this can bring meditation into everyday life.

      Many people live a disembodied life where they live at a distance from their body.

      As to the Fitbit watch: I have found that using a movement and sleep tracker (like the Fitbit) is a useful tool for establishing the habit of movement and exercise.

      However, just simply exercising doesn’t do much for your soul. Whereas if you use exercise as a holistic way of becoming mindful, you are on a path to change your life in a wonderful way.

  5. Mark Tong says:

    Hi Mary – Just to reply to Michele’s comment there is a very interesting post on Positively Positive I think that asks the question ‘if Buddha was alive today would he have an iphone?’. Sites like GoodlifeZEN are here to help ‘normal’ people find more fulfillment and happiness in their lives. And the reality is, technology is something we all use on a daily basis – after all Jack Kornfield runs a website, has online courses etc. I don’t think there is anything inherently ‘unmindful’ about using technology the right way if the reality ispeople are already using it and aren’t about to stop.

  6. Brigitte says:

    I’m in. I try exercising daily but am missing the mindfulness portion

    • Mary Jaksch says:

      Ah, that’s interesting, Brigitte. There’s an amazing difference when we use mindfulness in movement. There’s some interesting research about this. We’ll be sure to write about this here.

  7. Uzma says:

    Would love to join in .I just moved from India to London and am trying to put all the yoga and mindfulness I’ve learnt there into daily life. Would be nice to be part of a structured and supportive group, both to learn and share. Eager to know more

  8. I’ve found the most amazing thing about exercising mindfully is that it makes me want to exercise so much more! Focusing on what I’m doing stops my thoughts running off onto how tired I am or how much is waiting for me to tick off my to do list back home. I love the feeling of moving, I can appreciate my muscles gently stretching, my breathing gradually leveling out, my pace finding its natural rhythm. You know, it honestly makes me feel more alive because I’m concentrating on taking care of myself, right here, right now.

  9. Mary Jaksch says:

    That’s an interesting comment, Laura. I agree, mindful exercise has a lot to do with self-love because we drop all the internal chatter about not being good enough.

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