1. Do you keep some kind of fitness routine? Why?
No routine other than walking my dog when it's nice outside. Why/why not? Because I'm lazy and semi-asthmatic. (I've never been tested for asthma, but I'm sure I have it.) I like doing activities (walking, biking, golfing, skiing, tennis, rock-climbing, hiking, etc.), but have no desire to lift weights, take spin class, or run laps. Even less desire to pay to do those things.
2. Has working out, maybe training for a marathon or something of that nature, helped with your own perception of body image?
There is definitely a high that comes with an increased heart rate. But I haven't necessarily connected my own body image with activity level. Something to ponder, perhaps...
3. When you are hitting the gym or just going out for a long walk what do you wear? Is it about functionality or fashion?
It depends on the activity, weather conditions, etc. And I don't think functionality has to exclude fashion or vice verse.
4. Do you feel there is a cultural perception of what you ‘should’ be doing for your own physical fitness?Seems like everybody I know goes to the gym or has some lofty fitness aspirations, so it sort of seems like I 'should' have that too. But it just doesn't sound like fun to me at all. It sounds...smelly. And wheezy. I tend to rebel against perceptions. So yes. But no.
5. Dream big… what would be your ultimate fitness goal.
Ya know...I really like my size. I would just get toned up. Improve my posture. Attain some definition in my arms. Firm up all the loose stuff. Shrink my boobs...wait, is that a fitness goal?
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