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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:29pm 07/02/19 | 0 Comments
Playing games is certainly a great way to exercise your brain, but in-game, we push our avatars to their physical limits too. Why can’t we combine the two in the real-world? Join us as we explore the healthier side of living in our continued partnership with Queensland Health.

The role-playing or RPG genre is one that ties growth, improvement, and digital well-being to statistical categories. Strength, intelligence, endurance, the ability to wield a two-handed weapon, or as seen in the sci-fi classic Mass Effect, the somewhat catch-all talent called ‘Fitness’. Stuff that in these digital worlds full of adventure and wonder, keeping it all in balance directly affects your chances to succeed and make a mark. Or even, simply exist without any sort of physical or mental burden.

And that’s the kicker, and the glaring takeaway, is that this entirely applicable in the real-world.

Click Here to Read 'Practice Makes Perfect - Leveling Up Skills and Keeping Fit Both In-Game and Out'



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