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    Um...look a bit further down the page of health and fitness threads....

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...s-fitness.html
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    oh god suzanne brue... nothing against her, its just nothing new at all lol. its linking the functions to exercise in a very basic way.
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    White is accurate for me.

    As for exercise, I don't know. I fence and play tennis. I'm not sure those can be considered slow and steady activities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    White is accurate for me.

    As for exercise, I don't know. I fence and play tennis. I'm not sure those can be considered slow and steady activities.
    Fencing sounds interesting because it seems like such an elegant sport. May I ask how long have you been fencing? Also, what do you enjoy about it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    White is accurate for me.

    As for exercise, I don't know. I fence and play tennis. I'm not sure those can be considered slow and steady activities.
    Somehow it didn't surprise me that you fence. Dunno why...
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    Incorporating a regimented training program into their lives is unlikely to happen without a specific purposesuch as getting in shape to fully enjoy a favorite outdoor activity, or achieving a prized goal, like being part of a climbing or backpacking expedition. In these cases Greens will use gyms and equipment to increase their stamina for an outdoor challenge that is important to them.

    Too much inside time is stressful for Greens. Getting outside gives them an opportunity to clear their minds and wrestle with the energizing and calming challenges of nature. Almost any outdoor environment will do. Fitness centers with equipment and training options on outside decks (or at least with a window view) provide special appeal to Greens.

    Greens have a significant preference for training by themselves. Training alone minimizes the need for coordination and advance planning with other people, allowing them to catch the moment as it arises, without checking with anyone else. It speaks to the casual and flexible world that Greens prefer. They will likely prefer to arrive at the gym dressed for their workout, avoiding wasted time or interactions in the locker-room
    Doesn't really specify the activities I would/should like, but it captures my motivations and thinking perfectly... Get me outside by myself and I'm a happy camper...
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    Saffronnnn what a nice colour. As for exercise--whoops--I'll get started on that soon.

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