How high are the stakes in your poker game? What fun is poker if there isn’t a little bit of a risk involved? Fit Poker turns that risk into a healthy activity by having the loser perform exercises based on their opponent’s hand using pushups, situps, squats and other forms of bodyweight training to up the ante in this game of virtual poker.
While it’s all in good fun, there are true benefits to exercising. Turning it into an entertaining activity, or integrating it into something you already enjoy is just one of the many ways to motivate yourself to make changes. More importantly, it builds habits based around a fitter, healthier you.
Raising your overall health and well-being also reduces fatigue and increases your awareness. That awareness translates into real-world poker where you may be playing for competition. It’s something that will help you grow stronger not only physically, but mentally as well.