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Do you exercise/workout regularly?

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Do you workout or exercise regularly (at least 5 days/week)? What kind of exercise? Details? Any notable accomplishments this past year, or events coming up? Not only does exercise keep you healthier, experts say that exercising helps produce pheromones in the body, making you happier, more optimistic and more likable!

-I walk/run 2 miles a day minimum, 7 days/week, outside if the weather is nice, treadmill if not

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My wife and I joined the Y a few weeks ago and we're on a 3 day a week plan. I love it! Prior to this I hadn't excercised since roughly 1999, so this is a big deal.

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3-4 days at the gym when it's cold.

4-5 bike/run/gym in the nicer weather.

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I run races to keep me motivated to run in the mornings.

approx. 5 miles a day most days during the week (treadmill), long runs on saturday (outside) with rungazelle.com

Run the RB Run every year and a fall marathon every fall, plus a few others like the Bridge Run.

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Walk to work & back, a mile each way; walk where ever and whenever I can. The PeaceTrain uses too much gas, but driving it is tempting.....My treadmill is used enough that it doesn't get dusty.

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Run 5-6 days a week - trying to train for the RBR.

Lift weights 4 days a week.

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I walk about two miles to work and two miles back.

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I uhh... walk up stairs a few times a day. O_O

I'm really out of shape (though you wouldn't know by looking at me because of my metabolism.) My lifestyle should dictate me as being a sphere with legs, and I need to change that quickly because my metabolism won't stay this way forever.

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I too am someone who feels really lazy now after reading all these replies. On a plus note, I have lost 10 lbs. since the first of the year. (Drinking only diet/caffiene free soda, drinking a ton more water and have discovered the deliciousness that are Clementine Oranges.)

I am also starting a once a week roller hockey league shortly. I guess some cardio is better than no cardio. I hope this will be a springboard to further physical activity.

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i haven't in 2 months because of a move and stress.

but i am going back next week, hopefully joining at the Y downtown.

M, W, F i lift weights and do 30 mins cardio

T, Th i do 45 mins of cardio

and i hope to join a yoga class because i LOVE yoga.

i might also join a running group that a girlfriend invited me to.

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There is a nice walking path where I live so I do a lap (two miles) per day walking. I tried to run but my shin splints always act up.

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I uhh... walk up stairs a few times a day. O_O

I'm really out of shape (though you wouldn't know by looking at me because of my metabolism.) My lifestyle should dictate me as being a sphere with legs, and I need to change that quickly because my metabolism won't stay this way forever.

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An hour+ of lifting and 20ish minutes cardio 5-6 days a week. I can usually be found at MVP Metro :thumbsup:

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Lately I've been getting really lazy, even though I really have been getting busy with school and work. I have a membership at a gym that has a pool, basketball courts, weight room. I use to go there about every day to play a few hours worth of basketball and get in a mile of jogging after playing but it's been a while since I have gone.

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