The internet can have a suffocating grip, acting as a bottomless hole of content including bottomless holes & suffocation that're meant to make you grip yourself. For a site helping you work off the effects of all that internet, hit FiVi.
Hailed as a "personal wellness community", FiVi's fixing to enable workout enthusiasts and newbs alike to improve their training via a range of online functions, which are far better than functions online, as all the other attendees are total nerds. Just plug in your physical deets and get ready to:
- Scour user- and pro trainer-submitted regimens in categories from weight management to bodybuilding, with ultra-focused workouts including "Arm Power" and "Balls to the Wall", which is either a sandbag-centric core strength routine, or you're getting a hernia.
- Establish goals (target weight, increase energy, reduce stress, etc) and track progress (fluctuations in weight, stress and energy levels...) via a simple line graph, whose consistent width you'll come to loathe.
- Find somebody nearby with similar activity interests and skill level to recruit to be
satisfyingly fatter than you a workout buddy.
- Use an embedded GMap to whip up a run/hike route, and estimate your pace/calories burned by entering your time, which you'll do any (Morris) day now.
To round it out, there're a grip of "Calculators" that'll help measure everything from daily caloric needs to body fat percentage, which you don't need to know to realize there's a 'hole with a huge bottom, and it's you.