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1/3/13 7:29 P

The stairs 14 floors of my apartment complex. It has become a good way for me to exercise. Since I fear slipping on the ice during this season where I live.

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1/3/13 7:26 P

We just got a treadmill. emoticon

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1/3/13 6:55 P

Nodic track cross country skiing. Do 5 days per week!!! emoticon

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1/3/13 4:20 P


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1/3/13 3:49 P

My good old recumbent bike!

KEEP_GOING247 Posts: 1,754
1/3/13 3:15 P

treadmill walk

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1/3/13 12:26 P


1/3/13 12:09 P

Treadmill walk / jog

ARUSHING2 SparkPoints: (26,830)
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1/3/13 12:08 P

First would be: Swimming laps - but have not for four months.
Second would be: Walking-jogging outdoors - but haven't for several months.
Third would be: Walking-jogging on treadmill - have not done so for a couple of weeks.

TINKSMOM1 Posts: 1,300
1/3/13 12:02 P

Kettlebells- love a 20min workout, that works everything, including cardio! emoticon

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1/3/13 12:01 P

Was walking and elliptical. Now it is the stationary bike until my new knee heals enough to start walking again

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1/3/13 11:37 A

Jogging and walking on the treadmill. I use the Nike Plus app. so that i can keep up with how many miles I have done and try to improve my pace and distance.

KARALEAM Posts: 4,945
1/3/13 11:32 A

treadmill several times a week

LEANIE64 SparkPoints: (31,948)
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1/3/13 11:24 A

in the winter..recumbent bike

KAITLYNN51 Posts: 762
1/3/13 11:22 A

Walking on the treadmill at least 40mins daily

TENOR4COUNTS SparkPoints: (77,178)
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1/3/13 11:21 A

Recumbant stationary bike, 2-3x per week. Strength training 2x per week.

"Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there." - Will Rogers
MORTIZ8234 Posts: 742
1/3/13 10:03 A

Speed Walking.

MILTONS1 Posts: 3,572
1/3/13 10:03 A

jogging on the treadmill

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1/3/13 10:02 A


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1/3/13 9:00 A

Lifecycle bike.

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1/3/13 8:39 A


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1/3/13 8:24 A


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1/3/13 8:13 A

The elliptical trainer and then planks of all kinds.

Weight is the result of what you have been doing for the past week.
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1/3/13 8:08 A

Recumbant stationary bike

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1/3/13 8:04 A


SKYWATCHER6 Posts: 633
1/3/13 7:56 A

right now it's snowshoeing

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1/3/13 7:51 A

Walking treadmill

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1/3/13 7:30 A

Walking - treadmill on highest level of random hills, once or twice a day.

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1/3/13 7:17 A


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1/3/13 6:57 A

Kettlebell swings

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1/3/13 6:54 A

walking outside

1/3/13 4:29 A


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LYNN955 Posts: 701
1/3/13 4:25 A

running first, elliptical second.

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1/2/13 11:32 P

My Tony Little Gazelle! I actually LOVE my gazelle! I have it sitting in my living room and if it's too cold to walk...... snowing....... icy........ or raining.......... I can always work out on my gazelle and I can do it while I watch TV!

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1/2/13 10:37 P

Exercise bike, in the living room, so we can watch tv, we do at least 3 to 4 hrs. per day, not all at once. We do it holidays, weekends, doesn't matter, as long as we are home, we do it, have been for almost 10 years.

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1/2/13 10:31 P

My go to exercise is swimming. It's a great aerobic workout. 18 laps in 30 minutes = 1/2 mile. Then running in the water for 10-15. Having RA in my joints this is the best way to work out. Rewarding myself with a soak in the 104 degree hot tub.. emoticon

Edited by: H20-LADY at: 1/2/2013 (23:34)
MBRASSFIELD2 SparkPoints: (5,332)
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1/2/13 10:27 P

I love Zumba and I am now also using a biggest loser workout, but I am really thinking about getting an elliptical.

Suck it up and one day you won't have to suck it in!!!

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No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.

Life doesn't have a remote, you have to get up and change it yourself.

If it is not challenging you, then it is not changing you.
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1/2/13 10:26 P

Hula hooping and running. Not at the same time!

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1/2/13 10:24 P


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1/2/13 10:18 P

Walking around 4 MPH. I can do it anywhere anytime.

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1/2/13 10:14 P

Riding my exercise bike

I did my best today, tomorrow I will do even better.
TACDGB Posts: 6,136
1/2/13 10:05 P

walking is my go to workout........and second is weight lifting

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1/2/13 9:51 P

My go to exercises are walking,and Coach Nichole's desk workout. emoticon

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1/2/13 9:32 P

walking on my treadmill.

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1/2/13 9:30 P


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1/2/13 9:08 P

Walking with a dog or two wearing my Kangoo Jump boots. I have sort of cut back to 5 to 6 times a week. My walks are 45 to 90 minutes depending on the route I decide and how the weather is that day.

I also like to road bike when the weather is warmer.

What do you like to do? emoticon

Edited by: REBCCA at: 1/2/2013 (21:09)
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1/2/13 9:00 P

What is your favorite workout and how often do you do it?

Suck it up and one day you won't have to suck it in!!!

Hebrews 12:11
No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.

Life doesn't have a remote, you have to get up and change it yourself.

If it is not challenging you, then it is not changing you.
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