Yes, absolutely. I exercise at least four-five times a week. I love it!
I'm amazed at how Herschel Walker exercises and so I try to mimic his routine. He's been doing the same routine since he was 12 and has only used free weights a handful of times in his life. Google search an image of Walker and you'll see that, at age 48, he is in incredible shape.
No not regular, i do not get time to do that so many commitments on top of that i have to work it really becomes difficult to adjust on a regular basis.
Yes , i do every day except sunday ,walking and maditation with some body shaping exercises , i think its necessary for healthy life with healthy diet if you want to look smart and attractive .It can give quick effects on your skin ad hair also . So keep healthy via regular exercise.
Yes, I run 3 days per week and take classes at the gym 2 or 3 days. I can't say I love exercising, but I'm finally getting to the point where I feel so much better on days I work out that I actually feel motivated to do it.
I cycle to and from work every day - (8km each way) and then play football for one hour on Tuesdays.
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I do my best to try and exercise at least a few times a week. I used to go to the gym however with children, it's now not the easiest. I use my wii a lot to compensate for the gym.
I have a job that has me on my feet 10 hours a day, 5 days a week. I am most always moving about from place to place at work, and am often moving product at the same time (unloading a truck, breaking down pallets, moving stacks of boxes, etc.). I don't feel as though any additional exercise program is needed in my life!
P.S. - I've lost 54 lbs. in the past 18-20 months!
often, i think I do exercise 2 - 3 times a week during my spare hours.
No, but I'm trying to get into a routine as soon as the weather warms back up a bit!
If I didn't do a lot of physical activity at my job I would need to exercise regularly. I used to have a job sitting at a computer all day, ate way too much and did little to no exercise...guess what? I gained weight a no brainer really. Once I started a job in a supermarket filling dairy and freezer all day, lifting boxes and walking all over the store i quickly lost my excess weight even eating (at first) the same quantity of food. I now try to watch my weight and fat intake a little more as I have high cholesterol but am happy that I have gone from a size 14 to a size 10. I am fortunate that I get paid to exercise and don't need a gym.
No, it's way over rated. Take Jack LaLane for instance, he worked out almost every day of his life and he still died. That's no disrespect intended toward Mr. LaLane. He was a great man and an inspiration to us all. My point is, no matter what you do, no matter how hard you try, your still going to die.
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