There are many more gifted introverts than gifted extroverts. So many gifted people, adults and children alike, tend to keep to themselves, enjoying the company of a good book, or friends in small numbers. Some, of course, love being with a lot of people, enjoy crowds, and wouldn’t know what to do without a lot of commotion, but they are the minority.
So for the prefer-to-stay-home or prefer-to-stay-in-my-room majority, a challenge arises.
What do you do when it comes to physical fitness?
Very many athletic activities occur in the form of teams with large and small groups of people. Others, like yoga for example, even though they are individual ‘sports’, still often take place in classes of many people.
So here are the questions:
- What do you do to maintain your level of physical fitness if you are a gifted introvert?
- How do you make sure your health stays in focus when you’d rather be hiding out than hanging out?
I’d love to hear your responses.