Let Me Ask You A Question – 5/22/17

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Let me ask you a question…

Do you exercise?  If not, why?   

48 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 5/22/17

  1. No, I don’t. I used to be vigilant about going to the gym, but it felt like work. So, now I’ve replaced focused exercise with natural activities such as walking, swimming or dancing, it is more productive for me because I’m having fun and taking care of my bodies need for physical movement.

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  2. I think I get a reasonable amount of exercise in the course of other activities, but I don’t plan exercise as such, as an activity of its own. Exercise as exercise just doesn’t feel like an accomplishment compared to getting something else done.

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  3. I take the dogs for walks in my neighborhood and ride my new bike. I also do some indoor exercises just to keep moving; sidestepping, pushups, and squats. I need too, I spend most of my time in front of the computer writing.

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  4. I sure do! I work out 6 days a week for at least 30 minutes. I do HIIT workouts and strength training circuits. I used to hate exercise, but now I hate to miss a workout. It’s become an important part of my life. And yes, I’ve lost a lot of weight doing this. Fifty pounds to be exact.

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  5. Absolutely! I have worked out all my adult life. Before being diagnosed w cancer I ran 5-7 miles per day. I was also a gym rat. I got sick in 2013. I couldn’t run. I could barely walk. I had no idea it was cancer. I made it a point to continue to walk every day. Especially while fighting cancer. I am still struggling but I not only walk 3-4 miles per day, I lift light weights. The answer to your question is because it makes me feel good. It’s a stress release for me. It allows me to spend time with me. Listening to music and releasing the stress of my not so perfect life. I love it!! I always have. It’s important to me to stay strong and stay in shape. It’s just my thing.

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