• I am generally unfit during the summer (thats if there is no dry land training planned). But during the winter i spend extended amounts of time skiing. So im only really fit half the year.
  • I'm a professional couch potato. On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being exceptional shape) I'm -5. I get out of breath turning over in bed!
  • I don't and I'm not. And I'm okay with that.
  • I hit the gym five days a week and and in pretty good shape. I sometimes climb up the five storeys to my home just for the exercise and at the top I am not panting.:)
  • I walk the dogs for at least 45 minutes after work every day and do sit-ups. I like to do outdoorsy things, such as rowing (or flailing, whichever you want to call it). I stopped going to the gym when my schedule got so busy but am trying to reincorporate it. It means a lot to me to be physically fit and healthy and active - it gives you more energy and a more fulfilled sense of self. You can definitely tell that I respect my body.
  • I don't eat a lot anymore. I'd like to exercise more, but I never have time anymore, or the energy, probably because I don't eat much. So, it keeps you thin but not in the best physical shape.
  • The only exercise I do is pole dancing once a week for an hour. It tones your belly, legs and bum! I'm thin (some say too thin) but I think that's mainly from having eating problems rather than exercise. I used to swim for a club every night for two hours and on a Saturady twice. Once at 7am and again at 6pm. I did so much of it I grew to hate it and exercise in general. So, on terms of being physically fit, I'd say fairly!
  • I cant exercise much, so I really dont keep anything in shape. It is what it is.
  • I do 100 sit-ups and 20 push-ups a day (usually). I also take long walks in our neighborhood (once a week). I've gained five pounds in just one month, but despite that, my body mass index is still okay (22.8) BMI Categories: * Underweight = <18.5 * Normal weight = 18.5-24.9 * Overweight = 25-29.9 * Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater I think I'll eat less, to stop my weight gain :)
  • I run ~4 miles six days a week, and I do about 90 minutes of lifting five days a week. I'd say I'm fairly fit.
  • I used to lift weights frequently but I stopped after a while. I'm not really that fit, but I'm not too out of shape either.
  • Walking, aerobics, pilates, jogging, crunches, weights.... I think I am about average. However in comparison to most women my age I am much smaller.

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