100,000 American deaths could be prevented annually by 10 minutes of exercise

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mindless1

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^ It's unfortunate that you can't appreciate that things are as they are for reasons.

When envision means "imagine" and you refuse to include the detriments into consideration, it's hopeless. I imagine I could just ride a unicorn everywhere, but that doesn't mean there aren't problems implementing that. lol
 

MrSquished

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You'd have more luck debating with a rock. A rock in the shape of a car running over a bike.
 

Red Squirrel

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Honestly that's good to know. 10 minutes is not really a lot. I don't work out as much as I should and I tend to be mostly sitting down, but I probably get over 10 minutes even on a non workout day by just doing things like shoveling snow or walking. And in summer when there's no snow I tend to go for walks pretty much every day or do other physical activity.

I need to get back into the lifting routine though, and also stop eating so much poutine and other take out food. Exercise is only half the equation, eating crap is not good either.
 

mindless1

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^ If you get a rescue dog and it has to go back, doesn't seem like a problem, especially if you exchange it for one more domesticated, and take it for walks to give you both some exercise.
 

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