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RUNNINGCHIC12 SparkPoints: (0)
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6/10/12 8:16 P

I think I prefer exercising alone it's calming. My fave is running and second is yoga. P90x is fun too.

Edited by: RUNNINGCHIC12 at: 6/10/2012 (20:17)
KAPELAKIN Posts: 1,984
6/10/12 7:46 P

If my dog and my horse count as company, then kettlebells would be next. My dog runs/walks with me, and of course my horse is there if I'm riding! I don't really exercise with other people; prefer to do it on my own.

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6/10/12 7:41 P


JSR325 SparkPoints: (6,683)
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6/10/12 3:44 P

Walking. Not only is it exercise, its also a time for this busy mom of four to have quiet meditation and reflection time.

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6/10/12 3:31 P

at our pool here, they have a lazy river during the day that the water pushes everyone one direction, so at night they close it to everyone and open the river to do a "river walk" and you walk that backwards against the flow of the water :)

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6/10/12 3:27 P


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6/10/12 3:14 P

Running/jogging, walking, biking, strength training, dvds... I generally prefer to exercise alone unless I'm rock climbing (because you need a belayer to do most climbs safely, unless you're crazy enough to free solo or lucky enough to have deep water solo climbs nearby).

ELLI20 Posts: 4,467
6/10/12 2:34 P

a long bike ride

LOVES2RUN08 Posts: 551
6/10/12 2:24 P

Running :)


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JAMIRBLAZE Posts: 1,240
6/9/12 9:45 P

I do all my exercise alone for the most part. Running/walking, fitness DVDs, etc. Even just putting some music on and dancing around like a fool while singing along off key (which, let's be honest, really probably only should be done alone). emoticon

Edited by: JAMIRBLAZE at: 6/9/2012 (21:46)
REBCCA SparkPoints: (299,901)
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6/9/12 9:10 P

Walking in my Kangoo Jumps, fun and almost doubles calories burned. I enjoy the being taller perspective too.

(I usually take a dog or two but do consider it solo.)

Edited by: REBCCA at: 6/9/2012 (21:12)
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BUBBLEJ1 Posts: 2,980
6/9/12 8:18 P

Strength training is my solo exercise. Walking is also nice.


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6/9/12 7:43 P

I personally like walking/running. I like to put on my iPod with Zombies, Run! or listen to a podcast, and just go! I get to see new places, say hi to neighbors, get out in nature, and get some me-time. I prefer to get outside, too... walking on a treadmill's like pulling teeth. No thanks. LOL.

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SCTK519 Posts: 2,085
6/9/12 7:38 P

I prefer to exercise solo. I run and have some workout DVDs that I do. If you are looking for some workouts to try, I'd check at your local library.

JORDANIE25 SparkPoints: (8,086)
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6/9/12 7:35 P

Anyone have any fun exercises you can do alone?

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