What does Exercising Cap mean?

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The concept comes from ‘thinking cap.’ Remember when your elders would tell you to put your thinking caps on before you study or write an essay for school? An imaginary cap that helps with focus, concentration and of course, imagination. Same thing applies with exercising, as if you’re ‘wired’ or ‘zoned in.’ Nothing fancy, just plain and simple.

Hello! I’m Jonathan Chen — certified personal trainer, cyclist, runner and fitness and health enthusiast. Learn more about my journey and how I got here.

I created this blog in hopes to inspire and motivate anyone about exercise and making it fun. Exercise is beneficial to your health, it can prevent and cure illness, and it’s a great way to spend time with family and friends.  It’s not really about exercise alone but how it can be enjoyed without dreading the exhaustion. However, if you really want to see results, you’ll have to work hard for it but it will all payoff when you can say ‘I did it, I beat you.’

So what are you waiting for? Let’s put our ‘exercising caps’ on!

What does the logo represent?
The logo symbolizes unity and diversity. A strong community with all types of people who support each other no matter what. Each ‘raindrop’ holds a person with their arms raised over their heads creating the ‘exercising cap.’

What does Exercising Cap think about gyms?
There certainly isn’t anything wrong with going to the gym. If you need a fast and easy way for motivation, go to the gym. You will have large community of support and a similar mindset. There’s usually a membership fee that applies which gives you access to other amnesties such as a personal trainer or group sessions. No excuse not to go to the gym because you know you paid money for it.

Exercising Cap focuses on workouts that can be accomplished without the use of a gym. You can perform exercises and workouts in the comfort of your own home, in the park or playground; any public space. The use of expensive equipment or machines are luxurious and is not necessary. Use the space you already own, the environment you currently live in. Don’t waste the opportunities that surround you. Think of exercise as a destination, not a pit stop. Let exercise become a regular routine with every move you make.