Fibion Blog • Why read this blog? - Reasons for a #revolution • Arto Pesola

Why read this blog? – Reasons for a #revolution read this blog - Reasons for a revolution

Why read this blog? – Reasons for a #revolution

The daily physical activity revolution is not some miraculous prescription for diet or exercise. This blog will not help you achieve quick results or teach you any magic tricks that will make you healthier. This blog will not discuss any magic tricks for health, because they simply do not work. This blog will teach you to respect the normal function of your body. It will tell you the simple reasons for the decline in our overall health and why the present solutions will not solve the central problem.

This blog is a plea to both individuals and to society. It is the story of conquering society’s current structures… the sofa, the car, and the office chair.

The daily physical activity revolution challenges you to look at your priorities in a new light. Currently, the health of our bodies is not taken adequately into consideration on a daily basis.

Internalizing the message of the daily physical activity revolution will help you to find a meaningful and appropriate way to naturally serve your body. Follow this blog, get out of your chair and join the daily physical activity revolution. Do it with the support of the most recently published scientific research and more concretely, by being inspired to move!

Arto Pesola

Arto Pesola
Arto Pesola

Everyday Activity Scientist


Fibion Inc.

PhD in Exercise Physiology, Author of the 'Revolution of Natural Exercise' book

Some years ago, I was asked about my future plans. Without much of thinking I replied: “I want to make the world a better place where people don’t need to sit so much”. This spontaneous answer was the leading light to finish my PhD degree and forward to new business opportunities in health technology aiming at making life healthier - with less sitting. For my blog posts, I have used material from my book "Luomuliikunnan vallankumous" (engl. The revolution of everyday activity) (Fitra 2014).