Yes, at least 6 out of 7 days unless I'm sick or injured. I walk briskly to and from work, so that's a minimum of 30 minutes, usually six days a week. On top of that activity, I usually do moderate to intense cardio 2 out of 3 days (usually ranging from 25 minutes to 60 minutes, a full strength training session at least twice per week, and core strength work almost every day.
Because I'm training for some endurance races, I do try to take at least one full day off from exercise per week, and so sometimes I do nothing on that 7th day - although often I'll incorporate some easy walking and core strength work.
Yes, at least 6 days a week. I will switch up the routine sometimes. Strength training is every other day, but most days I walk and do modified wall pushups and stomach crunches.
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30 10/8/12 9:32 A
It depends on the day mon & fri I get 40 minutes, tue/wed best I can do is 20 minutes. Thur at least 20 I aim for 40. Sat and sun...so far tend to be my off days. Hoping to add some exercise into them in the future.
10/8/12 9:01 A
Yes. I schedule five days/week at the gym and do something entirely different the other two.
I do something active almost every day, but cardio/weights is more like 5 days per week for 45-90 minutes. The other days I usually end up gardening or riding my horse or something like that that isn't specifically for exercise.
Edited by: KAPELAKIN at: 10/7/2012 (17:36)
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10/7/12 3:26 P
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10/7/12 3:15 P
Yes and then some
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1,486 10/7/12 1:18 P
some times I do get 30 minutes done but most of the time it goes between 15 to 20 minute
10/7/12 9:45 A
Normally, yes. However, as I have been quite ill and not normal for over four months, I have missed an exceptional amount of exercise as I had not energy for it. Finally, at the three month point, I was able to begin adding walking and stretching back into a program. Then I added Yoga and Pilates back into the mix. Still waiting for full healing to get jogging and strength training back to the daily routine.
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