How do you convince the lazy mass of humankind that workouts can be amusing? It’s the million-dollar query. And the solution is . . . Now not by way of lecturing them approximately fitness dangers and making them feel like Fattypuff losers. I suppose we all realize that. Not by way of forcing them into a gym, either. There are few things more dismal than a go-to to the gym. I suppose all of us recognize that, too.
Every now after which, every other PR-minded fitness maestro comes up with a brand new ‘fun’ strategy to the age-antique problem. Spinning! Aqua Zumba! Pole Dancing! Sober Morning Raving! Doga (yoga with a dog)! But not anything ever catches on. Or now, not so that it lasts. Regular exercising, for maximum adults, remains just one extra chore to feel awful about now not doing, close at the back of cleaning the oven.
Masses may additionally sign up to a gym or Aerial Hoop Flying Fantastic training (don’t ask), but they quickly go back to the sofa to dispute over what to look at on Netflix. Enter Wildfitness. It is the brainchild of magnificently wholesome Tara Wood, who spent her formative years in Kenya and her early adulthood at Oxford University reading biology. Now in her 40s, she lives with her son Leo, in South Africa.