Do you get regular exercise? What do you do?


#41

Well, that’s great. :stuck_out_tongue:

I felt really crummy all day long. I don’t know why. So didn’t do much. Tomorrow I will run.


#42

Oh,and I’m testing out singing loud as I can in the car …maybe it helps the lungs for breathing?I know the laughing I do after being spotted does…:face_with_monocle:


#43

Silly Billy. I laugh at people singing and dancing in there car, especially at stop lights.


#44

:thinking::grimacing: so it was you, interrupting my new routine …:flushed:
Next time I’ll wear a :santa:


#45

I did that on the day before Thanksgiving for my afternoon commute. Also rolled the windows down. Because of the traffic, I was facing perhaps 2 hour or so commute. With the singing strategy, there were people pulling off the road and getting out of my way. I think they were thinking “we better let this crazy woman by. Who knows what she will do”. As a result, my commute was “only” about a hour.


#46

:rofl: I can picture it!
I’ve always had a soft voice ,I think singing is helping a bit…sometimes I get a start when it’s loud!


#47

I did a lot of raking leaves this week. Does that count? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: On Monday, I had nearly 27,000 steps. :grinning:


#48

@Joe_5859, apparently it does count.


#49

Every single day, dumbbell curls running and walking. I do at least 10 km with the running and walking. I have a Mini Stepper at home, so I can even do it when it’s cold. My legs are very muscular, probably the only muscular part of me.


#50

That’s impressive


#51

You would not laugh at me if our windows were down and you actually heard me singing. :rofl: I was not blessed by the Lord with a singing voice or as my grandma used to say that I “could not carry a tune in a bushel basket.”


#52

Yeah, I work out at a gym about five times a week. I do bench presses, crunches, chest press, leg curls, leg extensions and sometimes I go on the bikes.


#53

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