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What kind of workouts/exercises do you do? And how often?

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i start the P90x and i am doing the abs  but i am falling inlove with yogar

I HATE the gym :/
I'd love to try Yoga, and workout vids like Insanity are fun if you have someone to motivate you, but I love classes like Zumba too.
I think I'm gonna try African dance next!

Because of the body type i want for my self, my excercise is very simply.

Swimming or surfing when ever possible its an all in one shot for the body.

Pilates is going to give a lean muscle tone, not bulky... if you want a Ballerina body this is it. Dont do resistance bands, do the reformer style.

Hot Yoga or Yoga.  This helps with core strength, lean muscle, and detox. I have balance issues as i am a clutz! this has improved me by 70%!

I do bike and run... but thats like 2 times a week. 2-4 miles each time. 

The rest is diet.

Currently doing the SL5X5 program, while doing cardio 5 times a week. On rest days, I like to play sports with friends such as ultimate frisbee, badminton, basketball or flag football. Every week I go lane swimming. 

Yes, I work out everyday I run a mile with my dog and do an hour cardio workout

I work out regularly.
Keeps me fit, improves my mood (especially during the winters when I go batty), keeps me young and vibrant.

Health is Wealth.


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