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ZURICHMAN SparkPoints: (1,775)
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4/21/14 2:37 P

So why not walk around a golf course when It's closed or hike a State Park if you have one close to you.


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MIZPICKLE Posts: 138
4/21/14 12:38 P

Good read. Thank you emoticon

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (174,460)
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4/21/14 12:34 P

www.health24.com/Fitness/FitnessGettingSta
rted/20-proven-benefits-of-exercise-20
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there's dozens more benefits.

If your only interest is losing weight, then don't exercise. You certainly don't have to. But for good health, exercising is key.

MIZPICKLE Posts: 138
4/21/14 12:30 P

I will be honest and say I hate exercising. I have exercise induced asthma and I have since I was a kid. I really don't like the tightening of the chest and burning lungs. I also don't sweat so I overheat easily.

I'm doing pretty good losing weight just by monitoring my food intake so why do I need to exercise? I don't mind lifting weights or walking but I prefer to make them fun and just walking around my neighborhood seems blah so I take my son to the zoo or Sea World to walk around on the weekends. The best exercise I did was "bench pressing" my toddler but he's getting way too big to do that anymore.

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