Your most enjoyable means of exercise?

Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by HMSR09, Feb 3, 2015.

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  1. I thought it might be interesting to discuss your favourite most enjoyable means of exercise?

    For me its definitely cycling, I love being able to cycle huge distances or just short ones. Also it's fun to invite friends on cycling trips. It also gives me the chance to visit places I may not of had the means to before. (I don't drive neither do my relatives) My most recent cycle trip was to a castle in the Welsh Hills. So how about you?
  2. Resistance > Any Cardio (IMO)
  3. Shagging
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  4. 3 Posts and in the gutter
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  5. With age the body can no longer take the punishment of my youth, and excessive training.
    So now days swimming, gentle gym work and walking the dog, anything that keeps the heart a pumping and the muscles and joints moving, what I call exercise to keep me as fit as possible for the rest of my life, hopefully a few more decades on the clock.
    Looking at Billy’s most posted thread helps????;)
  6. Just started running. I get up at 05:25 Mon, Wed and Fri. I started the couch to 5k running program 5 weeks ago and found it really good.

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  7. In no particular order
    1. Slamming in fencing posts round the field (to keep the nags in).
    2. Chopping wood
    3. Walking to the pub
    4. See post 3
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  8. Most of my generation got our exercise riding the camp bike
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  9. What was her name?
  10. Rosie and she worked in the NAAFI, god bless her cotton socks;)
  11. Dad! At last

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  12. Wasn't me it was the boys on 809 sqdn;)
  13. Cycling (to the pub), Walking (back from the pub, usually too pissed to ride the bike), as much of post 3 as I can get.
  14. Squash, swimming, Running/Walking. I find Yoga quite motivating too (I know it's not exercise, but it gets you in that state of mind)
  15. I had a look at that Couch to 5k and its great thankyou very much :)
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  16. Week 5 Run 3 tomorrow, the first biggy

    However have the start of man flu, but determined to crack it.

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  17. Running Ultra Marathons
  18. Definatly Ice hockey first (will bring you to a sweat in the first 10 seconds! Then running
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  19. Bringing out the Canadian in you!!
  20. Run 3 Week 6 this morning, the biggy!!! Cracked on and completed it. Feel great now.


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