How often do you exercise?

@m31212y (481)
Indonesia
November 11, 2006 7:38pm CST
Almost never... except walking on the mall :)
7 responses
@pagli84 (1850)
• Netherlands
12 Nov 06
never...which is a really bad thing! i used to be pretty good a couple of years ago with going into the gym every day. then my last year of college i would do pilates and a bellydancing and aerobics dvd sometimes. now i do nothing! my computer is kinda messed up so i havent been able to run the dvds...and i dont have a mat to use for pilates (and i have hardwood floors). i really should start exercising though cause i need to lose weight!
@m31212y (481)
• Indonesia
24 Nov 06
Thanks for your response. I am getting started on my exercise cos' it is good for our health.
• United States
12 Nov 06
i dont at all
@m31212y (481)
• Indonesia
24 Nov 06
Thanks for your response.
@smughal (1027)
• Pakistan
24 Nov 06
Ya i try to exercise daily but cant. Try to go for walk too.
• India
24 Nov 06
i do only walking
@Juli_angel (1063)
• Israel
24 Nov 06
All the time, actually. I love to exercise, it's great ^^
@desiret (2124)
• Italy
24 Nov 06
this is my step - but the girl is not me
I don't like gym and i don't have enough time to so it. i bought a step machine and sometimes i do some exercise on it!
• Philippines
24 Nov 06
ll - ll
This week, I'm highlighting three lower body exercises to help you prepare for the holidays and, hopefully, manage your weight while you enjoy the festivities. These are some of my favorite lower body moves for targeting the glutes, hips and thighs. Tack them on to your usual lower body workout or do them on their own, shooting for 1-3 sets of 10-16 reps. You can always add weights to the lunges and step ups for added intensity...just be sure to avoid these moves if they cause any pain or aggravate old injuries. This exercise is great because it targets all the muscles of the lower body. By using a resistance band, you can target the glutes and outer thighs. To do it, wrap a medium-heavy band under the feet and keep tension as you take a giant step to the right. Squat as low as you can while keeping the knees behind the toes and bring the feet back together. Continue stepping to the right for 8 or more steps then switch to the left.