I have to say that i love being lost in the garden for a few hours.Dogs, pool net and picking up leaves. Throw in some swimming and a tennis game here and there and love handles be gone.
outdoors girl here, swim, playing, treadmill, walking, working in the yard, eating healthy, yoga. staying active and not just sitting.
They're crunchy and they taste good with ketchup
I work out a couple of times a week, go for long walks with the other half, walk a few miles most days with various shelter dogs, and occasionally run either by myself or while exercising dogs. I love good, healthy food so the proper diet part is easy too .
Push a lot of weights around and grunt while I do it. Really impresses people. Trouble is, I workout at home, not at the gym.
Re: ralwus and children:
Many parts are edible.
what? are you telling me..some people shit to stay fit?
OH!!!!! is FIT a swear word...nevermind...
cycle to work every day, but I don't class myself as very fit, I should probably eat more healthly
I follow and pretty intense 7 day a week program that is focused around my martial arts training. It includes 6 days a week of karate, ju jutsu and aikido training, 7 days a week of streching and light cardio(walking, hiking) 3 days a week weight training and 3 days conditioning. Every 6 weeks I take a week or 2 off from the weights and conditioning to give my body time to recover. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, I do it because I have a huge passion for the arts and it has completely taken over my life.
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