Does Your Exercise Program Change Seasonally?

@Pigglies (9339)
United States
August 24, 2008 10:33pm CST
I normally get out of shape in the summer and then in the fall I get back in shape as I'm forced to run to my classes. But this summer, I got in shape because I've been swimming all summer. And in a few more months, that exercise will likely be over. I need to think of something fun to do as cool weather sport (not cold, just cool... it doesn't snow here). Does your exercise program change seasonally or do you do the same thing all year long?
2 people like this
3 responses
@Anne18 (11036)
18 Nov 08
I do m't have an exercise program but I think I do more excersie in the summer months as it is warmer and you want to go outside and do more things, I'm not really a cold person, but I do rnjoy taking the children for a hike in the winter around the country parks and I have to stand out in the cold and watch son play football. We have brought our 11 yr old lad a running machine for christmas and I quite fance going for a run on it when he is at school... open the window for fresh air!!
@Pigglies (9339)
• United States
19 Nov 08
Oh that sounds like a lot of fun. For me, I can't stand to exercise in the heat except for swimming. But it gets very very hot here. Usually everyday in the summer is above 90 degrees.
@Anne18 (11036)
19 Nov 08
Thanks for the BR
@ElicBxn (60879)
• United States
18 Nov 08
I don't have an exercise routine, so no... I should have one, but I'm lazy. Now, I've always been lazy, even when I was thinner, so I've just gotten fat and lazy as I have aged.
@Pigglies (9339)
• United States
19 Nov 08
I'm pretty lazy most of the time I guess. Or at least I was. Now it is hard to be lazy with work and school, but it's easy to be lazy once I get home.
1 person likes this
@mykmari_08 (2466)
• Philippines
28 Nov 08
Admittedly, I don't have and never had an exercise program because I'm quite lazy with exercise activities. My spouse would even encourage me to go jogging in the morning or accompany him doing some sit-ups in the comfort of our home. But I'll just tell him, "... it's so tiring." without even trying to lift a finger. Maybe it's just my personality that I'm not inclined to doing some exercise, except brisk walking which I do on an average of two to four days each week. Usually, I get to do this in the morning when I'm off to our workplace; particularly if I could go out of the house on or before the clock strikes eight. I take a cheaper mode of public transportation, and briskly walk my way to work with the remaining hundred meters to a kilometer. Personally, I feel that it's like 'hitting two birds with one stone'; because aside from the exercise I get, I also tend to save as much as fifteen pesos or approximately thirty cents in dollars.