I usually take Sat off and do something small but I always workout hard on Sunday!
Fitness Minutes: (50,431)
1,646 7/13/12 8:46 P
I try to keep active no matter what the day because I have the tendency to slack off when I start backing off on the fitness minutes.
Fitness Minutes: (36,146)
257 7/13/12 7:48 P
I like both. I'll sometimes take Saturday off, but usually get back at it on Sunday. I can also do a really long workout on Sunday's because I have nothing very pressing that day. And I figure I can catch up on my sleep during the sermon.
Both! I love to sleep in on the weekends and then head to the gym after some 'refreshments'; however too often my list of errands is too long to invest the time at the gym I lust for; so I choose sleep.
I LOVE working out in the gym on the weekends - in the mornings. At my gym, a lot of body builders are there on the weekend and they are GREAT motivation.
I also love working out on holidays.
Fitness Minutes: (50,563)
3,284 7/13/12 4:07 P
I work out in the early am, so I love to run on weekends - I don't have to get up at 4 am (I start work at 7). I generally wake up early anyway, then I run or do a video or two or do some weight training. You don't have to worry about how long it's taking on weekends.
Edited by: JMOUSE99 at: 7/13/2012 (16:09)
Fitness Minutes: (22,815)
144 7/13/12 4:00 P
I work out only on Saturdays. I work out 4 days (5 days if my mood/body allows) during the week so I like to take my rest on the weekend. Saturdays, I do low-impact workouts (I've starting taking swimming lessons). Sundays, I like to rest. Honestly, Sundays are the only days I get to sleep in so I take full advantage of it. It's also my day to prepare my meals for the week so I can focus on that and get in some me-time (at-home pedicures).
Edited by: NOMIE322 at: 7/13/2012 (16:05)
Fitness Minutes: (30,244)
2,172 7/13/12 3:51 P
I like working out of the weekends because I don't feel so confined to a schedule: work, school, kids, family, dinner, bedtime, etc. Weekends are mostly unscheduled which makes the workout more enjoyable.
Fitness Minutes: (3,233)
101 7/13/12 3:05 P
I mean, I LIKE resting up any day of the week ! lol ...But, nonetheless, I usually workout at least 6 days a week.
Exercise gives me strength, energy and flexibility. Also, the more active I am, the more calories I burn. Therefore it is daily for me - seven day a week. Sundays are "choice day" for me. I allow myself to take leisurely walk or do stretching as opposed to a hard, long run, weight lifting, or an exercise class such as Pilates or Aerobics.
By striving to do it every day, I get breaks on days I cannot do it due to illness, injury, or occasional travel. It is hard enough to do it daily as it is due to the time exercise requires!
Fitness Minutes: (43,235)
15,433 7/13/12 1:34 P
I try to workout one day on the weekend, and take the other day off. Now that I am doing a long run that takes 90+ minutes, Saturday morning is really the best time to do it. Keeping my weekday workouts to about an hour or less leaves me time to cook a healthy dinner, ride my horse, tend my garden, and keep the house from going to heck completely since I work full time.
With full-time work and a toddler, weekends are when I can get my biggest workouts in. It's also a great time for our family to go out together. It's important to me to be a good example for my son, so I try to exercise in his presence whenever I can. He's also a great personal trainer because he loves it when I run and gets whiny if I "just walk" for too long!
On Saturday morning, my husband plays pick-up basketball with friends for an hour or two at a local park, while I walk/jog around the block with our son in his stroller. It's about 1.5 miles around the block and the park's located in a canyon, so I go uphill for half of it and burn some major calories during my laps.
On Sundays, we do a more leisurely walk around the lake as a family -- although I'm slowly working on getting my husband to jog/run at least half the time.
Fitness Minutes: (63,497)
10,962 7/13/12 12:04 P
I like resting up unless I do something fun like hiking, biking, or swimming.
Fitness Minutes: (11,285)
2,770 7/13/12 10:30 A
Both. I don't swim Sat. and Sun. but I try to do some form of activity.
Fitness Minutes: (33,807)
24,397 7/13/12 10:21 A
I have to workout on weekends so I can get in enough exercise, I have a chemo schedule to work around. I usually have one or two days during the week that I am not able to workout because of the chemo side effects.
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