Do you workout ?

Yes, almost every day 20 30.30%
Yes, quite often 21 31.82%
Barely 13 19.70%
No, don't want to 10 15.15%
No, can't afford it 2 3.03%
SKMBlake said:

Since I didn't found a proper topic about it, I created this one .

Do you workout ? And if so, how often ? And if you don't, why not ?

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I don't go overboard but I do jogging,yoga and basic at home stuff like squats and sit ups. to stay in shape. Do it sometimes consecutive days and sometimes every other day depending on the weather.

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I can't afford the required meal plans at the moment nor devote the time for sleep and rest, out of laziness mostly for gaming time and what not, I loose sleep to make time. If I worked out now I'd just break down muscle and not build it up again. As for cardio I loose weight but don't gain anytjing back and as I'm just tipping my body weight at the healthy amount i don't wanna dip below it. I used to work out and even though I only lifted 3 times a week, maybe four along with some light cardio on rezg days it was so time consuming, expensive and took ober my life for months. Its something you have to devote everything to.
Right now I stretch everyday and do odd jobs, many of which keep me moving. Some days I do some push ups and sit ups but nothing regular, just for the fun of it, the endorphin boost or what ever. Actually, now that I think on it, it is pretty regular, every week or two. Probanly enough to keep my muscles from atrophy.


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Not anymore. Not enough hours in the day.



Every day for over ten years now.


Do it from home as well, no equipment required and I want to see more people do the same. If you can't make it to the gym, do some push-ups and jumping jacks at home.

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Whenever I can, I'll go out and run for about 2-3 hours. Sometimes I'll do it every day of the week, sometimes I can only due it once every two weeks. Managing work and school during your last semester before graduation gets pretty hectic.

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I do two full body workouts a week with an ab day and some cardio spread out. Used to do 4-5 days with more exercises but I keep getting injured going too hard.

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Every day. As long as it's 5c or more I do my daily workout on the deck, looking out on the river flowing by. Otherwise while watching Netflix.

In winter time I go for a run a few times a week, an hour to two hours usually through the local forests and along a smaller river. When it's not too cold (and not frozen) I wade across to run further on the trails on the other side. Mud, snow, ice, bring it on.

From spring to fall I go out cycling, 40 to 120km rides depending on how much time I have. I rack up about 5k km on my bicycle a year and have been pretty much everywhere in a 50km radius from my home, including lake Erie and lake Ontario as I live in between those two. Good for a refreshing dip at the halfway point. I have a pool as well that gets used daily from about late June to early October, as long as it's 68F at least.

I do feel age is slowly starting to catch up with me. I have had to cut back on weight lifting as my back and left elbow aren't cooperating as much anymore. With running I have to be careful with my knees, cycling my wrists and also elbows. Building muscle and endurance is no problem, joints are the weak link getting weaker. Injuries also take longer to heal.

I workout 3 times a week/ 2 hours per workout. I always start with 100 pull ups, and then on with my other things. Recently I hit 200-205 lbs at 6 foot 1 inch/ 185cm and have been staying there, but I kind of want to lose 10-15 pounds so that I can do more pull ups.

I don't go to the gym and pump iron like a madman if that's what you mean, but I do exercise, yes. I try to do something every day, even if it's just going for a short walk.