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5/17/13 3:31 A

Somme exercise help a lot and some don't seem to do much but I am betting they do.

I would not be where I am if I had not taken up any exercise. Don't forget to try and find one that is fun to do, you will stick with it.


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MYAKAYAH Posts: 8,541
5/17/13 3:28 A

I would say exercise is a must and not a should.

Exercise really helps with health, moods and a host of other positive attributes! To not exercise regularly sets a person up for all sorts of negative things to occur in life~

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5/17/13 2:30 A


SUNSHINE99999 Posts: 9,719
5/17/13 2:08 A

exactly right

J2740LOU SparkPoints: (250,951)
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5/16/13 2:00 P

Yes! Exercise is a MUST, not a should, (as in should I?)! Exercise is a must, if you want to be healthy in body, mind, and spirit, that is. It's your choice. emoticon

5/16/13 1:55 P

I would agree that to keep the body fit exercise is necessary. However, many have lost weight without it because FOOD INTAKE causes weightloss, not exercise.

Cardio is good for the heart
Strength Training is good for lean muscle (which burns fat like crazy)
Eating Healthy is good for weight management.

A culmination of all three forms a good habit and plan for being healthy.

GEVANS7 SparkPoints: (126,604)
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5/16/13 11:10 A

It's a lifestyle choice. People hate to be told to do anything. I'm thankful I grew up in the Kennedy era when he started physical fitness in elementary schools. I grew up with it as a lifestyle. Now the kids have most physical options taken away from them, other than fee paid sports teams. Less recess or no recess - all kids have to be treated fairly, so for P.E. all they have to do is show up. We had to pass physical tests and get in shape to pass those tests. No one plays outside anymore. As an adult, I'm still playing outside.

RIVETPA Posts: 1,177
5/16/13 8:30 A what you're saying is the word "Should" MUST be banned...right?


However in another context, I should be a millionaire... I'd also rather say I must be a millionaire... or I should be good looking and I'd rather say I must be good looking...

but in my case I'm not either of those things.

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5/16/13 8:23 A

The word SHOULD should be BANNED. emoticon

and I MUST exercise, so,

exercise is a MUST, not a SHOULD.

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