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    Senior Member darlets's Avatar
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    Wheel chair basketball once a week for about 90 minutes
    Swim 2-3 times a week.
    In summer I replace a swim with a bike ride.
    On and off I do chin ups and push ups as well as some balance exercises.
    I like to go for one hour long walk once a week, but that doesn't always happen.
    Typically in summer I'll go for a walk around dusk, there's lots of birds around and you can quite often hear Kookaburras laughinng. (You didn't think I leave out a segway to posting a picture of wildlife did you?)


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    Quote Originally Posted by sdalek View Post
    Hm...terse answers...what are you, the Mountain King? Whoa there, Gimli! What's you kill count up to?
    lol, I can post my workout routine.

    As far as climbing mountains go, it's nothing special. I go up (hard); I come down (harder).

    Lately, I have been doing vigorous yardwork, too.
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    I do zero exercise.

    I just can't be bothered, I bought a yoga mat and a dvd and it's sitting there, tried it once, found it too hard, gave up, story of my life.

    I was even reading a medical report of me from 9yrs ago, and the doctor said "Avoids all types of physical activity and exercise", I was so ashamed.

    Oh well, it's on my to do list, my epitaph.
    "No one can be free of the chains that surround them"

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    I can't describe my exercise routine without violating censorship laws...

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    Predominately leg stretches
    Bench press
    Leg/calf press
    Sit-ups at an angle + medicine ball
    Walk/jog/run
    Bicep isolator

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    Default This may sound weird, but walking in circles is my thing.

    I just really enjoy walking in circles around my coffee table and I love it.
    I get a good exercise from it and do it an hour at a time. I basically walk while I reflect on the past, present, future and the meaning behind everything and all the possible social contigencies,lol. It works out my mind along with my body and I actually get a really good workout from it because once my mind gets going I walk at a good fast pace. I am a natural pacer- I love pacing and am glad to have made a workout out of it.

    It also helps that I don't get motion sickness one bit and don't get dizzy. It's also good that I do it alone as watching someone pacing really drives some people crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladypinkington View Post
    I just really enjoy walking in circles around my coffee table and I love it.
    I get a good exercise from it and do it an hour at a time. I basically walk while I reflect on the past, present, future and the meaning behind everything and all the possible social contigencies,lol. It works out my mind along with my body and I actually get a really good workout from it because once my mind gets going I walk at a good fast pace. I am a natural pacer- I love pacing and am glad to have made a workout out of it.

    It also helps that I don't get motion sickness one bit and don't get dizzy. It's also good that I do it alone as watching someone pacing really drives some people crazy.
    Cool! Kinda like a home-made treadmill. And, the way you do it, give your brain a workout in addition to your body. Neat!

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    get up off my bed
    walk to the fridge
    walk back to my bed
    eat
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    get up off my bed
    walk to the fridge
    walk back to my bed
    eat
    Crumby bed?

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    I play a shitload of different sports, soccer basketaball cycling going to the gym dancing

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