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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Mike_Michelozzi » Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:13 am


I either cycle or hike daily in the morning. Evening is for weights and stretching.

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Re: Your favorite exercise

by CoachManny » Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:24 am


P90X
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Racquetball
Cycling


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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Gery_D » Fri Jul 22, 2011 12:58 am


CoachManny wrote:P90X
INSANITY
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Racquetball
Cycling


Manny


Hey! Where'd that last one come from? :lol: Never heard you talk about cycling. How involved are you group wise, Manny?
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by CoachManny » Fri Jul 22, 2011 7:16 am


Gery_D wrote:
CoachManny wrote:P90X
INSANITY
INSANITY: The Asylum
Racquetball
Cycling


Manny


Hey! Where'd that last one come from? :lol: Never heard you talk about cycling. How involved are you group wise, Manny?



I LOVE cycling.

I ride everywhere instead of driving.

I'm not riding with any groups yet. Trying to get my speed up a bit and endurance. I'm on a group email list and they ride over 45 miles at a time. Thinking about trying that but not ready to commit.

I ride about 60-100 miles a week.

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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Roman666 » Wed Oct 12, 2011 1:23 am


Nice sharing.
Swimming is my favorite exercise.
I do swimming regularly. i think if we do swimming
daily then we could burn much calories.
I like swimming.
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Garrick » Wed Oct 12, 2011 6:19 am


Hi dear,
Exercise is very important for the health, I do exercise daily. Following are my favorite exercises.
1. Running
2.Swimming
3. Playing football
4.Cycling
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by MLMJack » Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:28 pm


Neik wrote:Exercise is important to do. There are lot of exercises but i like walking. Walk is simple exercise and easy to do. You can share with me your favorite exercise. Which exercise do you like? Reply fast.

Good question.

"Favorite" exercise for some people is jumping ( to conclusions) and running ( down other people ) :evil:
My favorite exercise is rebounding.

For the positive folks. How about this thought?
What's the BEST exercise?

Answer: Any exercise that you will do regularly.
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Ronald » Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:46 pm


Yoga and swimming are my all time favorite exercises. I enjoy doing it!
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Jack Smith » Fri Nov 11, 2011 11:00 am


Hi dear,
My favorite exercises are the following.
Running,
Jogging,
Swimming,
Cycling,
and Yoga
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by jonmarsh80 » Thu Dec 01, 2011 3:34 pm


There are many exercise are in this world but walking is the basic and simple exercise by which person can keep fit to his body.
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Timothy » Tue Dec 13, 2011 11:15 pm


Hi fellows...
Belly fat is major problem that almost every adult is facing now as we don't do as much exertion as required daily. Most of the people I met advise me to do cardio but I have no idea about cardio exercise and I am wondering that someone among you would be kind enough to explain it me.
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by CoachManny » Wed Dec 14, 2011 9:18 am


Timothy wrote:Hi fellows...
Belly fat is major problem that almost every adult is facing now as we don't do as much exertion as required daily. Most of the people I met advise me to do cardio but I have no idea about cardio exercise and I am wondering that someone among you would be kind enough to explain it me.


Here is a an article I did in 2010 that's on Ezine Articles. I just copied and pasted as the link would lead to my beachbody coach website:



A recent 2009 study by Trust for America's Health (TFAH) concluded that America does not have the aggressive, coordinated nationally and state strategies needed to address the obesity crisis, and threatens to make the epidemic worse. 49 states have obesity levels over 20%. The national goal for all states to reduce the proportion of adults who are obese to 15% or lower by 2010 was not met.

As individuals we have to take it upon ourselves to get in the best shapes of our lives. A critical component when getting in shape and living a healthier lifestyle is cardiovascular fitness. Cardiovascular fitness, also known as cardio respiratory endurance, will strengthen your heart muscle and muscles involved in breathing, such as lungs. This type of fitness assists the body's capability to get oxygen and blood to the muscles efficiently so that prolonged physical work can be maintained. The more oxygen you can use the more physically fit you are.

Having a good cardiovascular fitness routine can help you:

-lower blood pressure
-decrease total cholesterol
-decrease body fat due to using fat as energy
-decrease stress reactions and anxiety
-decrease resting heart rate
-and more benefits as well

Cardiovascular fitness is one of the most important factors in any fitness program. Work the large muscles of your body, get your heart rate moving fast and continue going for a minimum of 30 minutes.

Physical activity is not an option:

"According to the latest joint American Heart Association/American College of Sports Medicine guidelines on physical activity, all healthy adults ages 18-65 should be getting at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity activity five days of the week. However, there are additional guidelines for those 65 and older, or for those 50-64 with chronic conditions or physical functional limitations (e.g., arthritis) that affect movement ability or physical fitness." This is from the American Heart Association website.

Achieving cardio fitness is not hard. The hardest part is staying motivated and committed to yourself to exercise 3-5 times a week for the rest of your life. If you find you have trouble staying motivated get an accountability partner. This is where someone with like-minded fitness goals can make a good workout buddy. A workout buddy holds you accountable to your goals and helps the enjoyment factor when you push each other. If you can't find a workout buddy you can get a local or virtual Health Coach.

Here are some key ways to achieve cardiovascular fitness:

1. As mentioned above you must commit. You cannot achieve your fitness goals if you don't commit.

2. Get your heart rate going fast during exercise and try to maintain that for 20-30 minutes. Your Heart Rate Zone is the range of heart beats per minute at which you should work out at in order to best achieve cardiovascular fitness.

3. Do it 3-5 days a week and always challenge yourself to reach your potential. 30-90 minutes at a time is ideal.

What are ways you can do achieve this?

-You can do it from the comfort of your own home with videos.
-Start playing a sport like racquetball. Racquetball is well known to burn 600 calories an hour and helps you tone your muscles and it's fairly easy to learn.
-There are many different exercises you can do like swimming, biking, jumping rope, running, walk/run, stair climbing, aerobics and so much more.

Don't let starting stop you. Get to it.

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Re: Your favorite exercise

by marksolw » Tue Dec 27, 2011 1:19 am


Brisk walking. Why? because it encourages multitasking. Let's say you'll be going to the wet market to but some stuffs. Instead of using any means of transportation, you can brisk walk.*Note - This is only applicable if your place is near to a market or somewhere.
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Eilson » Tue Dec 27, 2011 4:48 am


Well my favorite exercise is walking. it is simple exercise and we can do it easily. I do it regularly. Walk is best for legs,bones and muscles.
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by eddiecrosby » Tue Jan 24, 2012 12:00 pm


Exercise is very important for the health, I do exercise daily. Following are my favorite exercises.
1. Running
2. Swimming
3. Playing football
4. Cycling
5. Yoga
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Tsnyder » Tue Jan 24, 2012 1:18 pm


The link spam in this thread is hilarious...
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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Tsnyder » Wed Jan 25, 2012 4:03 pm


adomejorge wrote:Exercise is the very beneficial that can maintain health. There are many exercises but in my opinion, Walking is the best exercise that has also been shown by added researchers to aid significantly in weight control.


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Re: Your favorite exercise

by toni24 » Wed Feb 29, 2012 8:43 am


I just want to share that I think swimming is the best exercise. It moves all parts of body. It cools you down.


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Re: Your favorite exercise

by ToddMorris » Wed Feb 29, 2012 3:51 pm


Due to a jacked up back, right now about the only exercise I can manage is 45 minutes or so on the eliptical machine.

But really, that's just while I'm over here.

Once I get back home in May, I can get back to my real "favorite" exercise ...

Chasing these little ones around the back yard :mrgreen:

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Re: Your favorite exercise

by Heaven » Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:32 pm


Hi dear,
My favorite exercises are the following:

Running
Jogging
Swimming
Cycling
Jumping and Yoga..... :)
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