Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Similarities Between Animal Exercise And Disneyland

Let me ask you something; have you ever read a title like that before? I sure as hell haven't and believe me I'd be asking myself the same damn question "What the bloody hell is he talking about? What does a form of exercise have to do with a Theme Park? This can get interesting so sit back and learn a thing or two. Here.....We......Go.

I've talked about the animals very often and for good reason; they're bad ass and they are fun to do. However, there are certain things that go beyond just mimicking an animal. What could make it more interesting to compare to? You see guys and gals, the animals represent more than just movement, they are a perfect format for what is creative and unique. It's a blend of movements that can be done in many directions, can be unpredictable and above all, something new nearly every time you do it. It's the same with Disneyland.

The Theme Park is a place where anything can happen, something new is there you didn't see before, it can move the day really fast or it can move really slow. Forget for a moment the expensive food and souvenirs, forget about the long lines and such; its a place where no matter where you go, it can have an impact on you for life. You never truly know what's there because there's something being built or added on frequently. Like animal exercise, you go somewhere one way or another, you can even stay in one place but even then something hits you and you don't know what it is. Your movement can change in a heartbeat, you see and feel things that make you smile and provides you with a guide to another world.

You can travel into the distance past like the explorers in various jungles from an era long ago being a monkey, a flamingo, a wild tiger; you can go on the frontier journeying through the canyons like a coyote or a hawk soaring through the wild west, pass through the bayou roaming the swamps like an alligator or a frog; scamper into the woods of critter country like a bear, rabbit or mountain lion; look to the future and find a new animal to discover. See what I'm getting at here? They both bring new discoveries within our psyche and give us a glimpse of the adventures we seek. Other parks you have an idea of what to expect, kind of like having an idea of what the typical gym is; you've seen all the equipment that has you doing movements that are very well known and aren't big on surprises. In a way its like a park filled with roller coasters, sure they're thrilling but at the end of the day it's the same old thing like weights; you've seen the bench press a thousand times, the dead lift, the squat, the pull downs. Disneyland is different, it has something for everybody, it has been known to bring greater memories than at any other park; the characters, the charm, the danger, the wholesome joys and the ability to give something back whether you're 5 years old or 100 years old.

Animal movements are unique in the sense where no matter how old you are, you can enjoy it and doesn't have a narrow demographic, everyone can enjoy it. Disneyland is unique in the sense where no matter how old you are, you get to experience things from different sources. Animal moves can be scary, exciting, different and above all takes on a life of its own. I've been to other theme parks in my life, some are good, some were boring but none compare to Disneyland and its the same way; it can be scary, exciting, different and above all, take on a life of its own. Movement is a part of life, it shows us what we can do and what we can learn and has wonders that cannot always be explained. It's the same with Disneyland, it's a part of our culture, it shows what can be creative and what we can learn that also provide wonders that cannot always be explained.

For many, Disneyland can be a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience; with animal exercise, its a method to movement that when it is experienced, becomes a lifetime of opportunity. Although one experience is far different than the other, they both have life-changing opportunities that everyone should experience at least once.

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