Swimming, in my opinion. It works all of the muscles without the same impact on bones and joints as running or cycling. I guess some of the eastern disciplines might be good too.

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Yeah swimming is great, especially at the moment with a broken wrist

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I'm sorry you broke your wrist. How did you do that?

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Thankyou. I did it skateboarding lol. One of the bones hasn't healed so I'm having a bone graft soon. Gonna try and get in the best shape possible before my next round of surgery. I already exercise a lot but going to increase my swimming.

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Well, good luck with the surgery. I hope all goes well for you.

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weight training most definitely.

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Men or women or both? I find sometimes men work on their upper body too much when weight training and end up with chicken legs. But when they work out their legs a lot too I agree, I like muscly men.

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I do it all. weight, cardio, yoga, taichi, pilates, step and by far, the best is weights. you are trading fat for muscle. women have more bottom strength..i have to really work on my arms.

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Yeah I need to work on my arms but can't with a broken wrist. But next year!! I don't have much fat to trade for muscle but I wanna gain more muscle.

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do spin...that will build up your bottom half.

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Well boxers always seem to have pretty awesome body's.

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Oh yes, so true!!

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Swimming has to be No1.

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Men or women or both?

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Both. Swimming causes you to use nearly all your mussels at the same time so it is great for burning off excess energy and increasing your metabolism and if you have a higher metabolism you burn more fat even when you are at rest.

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Burning fat is one thing I don't need to do, I want more muscles and I guess weights is the best for that but also I have a broken wrist so swimming's about the only thing I can do with my upper body. Nevertheless swimming has been my main form of exercise for years now and one benefit I didn't expect was the amount it has increased my core strength.

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