The mind is willing, but the flesh is weak.<br />
I think about working out quite a lot, does that count?
Twice a leap year.
every day for 2 hours :) working out is only thing that keeps me on right track... Without it, I think i would easily return to unhealthy lifestyle :/
I think it's great that you're doing things to stay healthy.
Every single day. I do weights every other day and swimming on opposite days. I also do Pilates and yoga throughout the week. I do a lot of power walks. I have to exercise in order to keep my mind going and to feel good about myself. I hate feeling sluggish. Besides, now that I'm pregnant, it is ever more important to stay active to have a healthy delivery.
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I work out 5 to 6 days a week at planet fitness. I love the way i feel when i workout.
Walking is a workout so about everyday.
Once every blue moon. Unless typing counts as finger workout, and I work those babies everyday...
whenever i feel i've put on weight ..:(
4-5 times a week, on my way now
pft... i'm $exy and i know it!..
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not often enough.. im trying to mentally get back in the habit.... EVERYDAY
About once every six months I think to myself "I ought to work out more" and I do it for a few days, then I get bored with it and stop.
Everyday in some form or fashion. I usually lift weights or jog. I do Bikram yoga on a regular basis and regular yoga with my wife. I will play tennis, racquetball or basketball with a few of my guy buddies during the week.
next to never
I do about a 2.5 mile aerobic/walk almost every morning which is very uplifting and a good time for prayer and sometimes singing (very softly usually because I do not have the greatest singing voice and would hate to embarrass myself) and sometimes just the pleasure of viewing all of the beauty surrounding where I live. I think sometimes my mouth gets more of a workout during the day because of continuous phone calls from my mother and once she gets started, it's hard to get her off plus all the other phone calls on my upcoming book.
Most of the day, in mind only.
In the yard. One small chore begets another. Hence the term "chain chores."
5 times a week, between 1 and 2 hours.