The advantages of walking with the stars: here’s how to train in the company of celebrities

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Would you be able to overcome the laziness of moving if your favorite star was there to walk with you in best friend mode? With the third season of functionality Apple Fitness + Time to Walkbased on Apple Watch, you can train by listening to the voice of influential stars and personalities who share stories, photos and dedicated playlists.

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Today there are 41 celebrities involved by Apple Fitness + who talk about the positive impact some experiences have had on their life and mental well-being. Along with Dolly Parton, Anthony Joshua, Jane Fonda, Randall Park, Camila Cabello, Naomi Campbell, Ruby Bridges, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Bebe Rexha and Prince William, the new arrivals of 2022 I’m the actress Rebel Wilson, Bernice A. Kingattorney, minister and CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Hasan Minhaj, comedian, writer and producer known for his extras on “The Daily Show” and his award-winning series “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj”, Chris Meloniactor known for his role in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, Ayọ Tometihuman rights activist, strategist and writer known for being a co-founder of the movement Black Lives Matter, Chelsea Handlercomedian, former host of The Chelsea Handler Show and author of six best sellers e Sugar Ray Leonardformer professional boxer, Olympic gold medalist, inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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What we learned walking with the stars

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You can walk around chatting. What keeps us alive and motivates us to do things we may initially not feel like? The things we tell each other, all those stories that make sense of what we do. This is why listening to stories, even better if told by personalities present in the common imagination, represents a motivational boost that enriches the training experience with meaning. In short, walking is good for the body and you can learn something positive to adapt to your life, all thanks to the experience of others. Because it is only those who listen to stories who also find it.

It’s not like working out with a trainer. Time to Walk it’s not a podcast, but it’s also not a set workout with a personal trainer constantly telling you what to do. It is a very intimate experience, which puts you at ease and pleasantly makes you lose track of what you are doing.

You can always learn from others. In Time to Walk there is the power of sharing. As the stars share their experiences of how they dealt with fear or pressure, it feels less alone, because everyone experiences the same situations and different perspectives can help clarify. “Fake it till you have it”, Pretend until you get it, to feel brave, act as if you are brave and you will most likely become brave: actions increase self-confidence.

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