The kind that actually accomplishes something. Mowing the lawn, shoveling snow.
/giphy drinking beer
@phendrick Gee,giphy, I had to spell it out for you…
Where’s your AI?
@phendrick was going to say ‘12oz lifts’ but after years of practice I’m up to 16oz or even 500ml.
@phendrick I’ve always heard this referred to as a one pound curl.
@brennyn @phendrick I hear it as 12 oz curls. It’s the reps not the weight. Otherwise you burn to many calories and your beer gut starts to decline
@ircon96 That is disturbingly funny
@yakkoTDI That’s exactly how i felt about it! If only it didn’t hit so close to home…
When I’m doing something useful like yardwork or moving furniture.
edit: oops @katbyter beat me to it
Mental. Gotta keep the old brain cells active.
Jumping to conclusions
and dodging consequences.
I was going to say “my options”…
but yours is better!
Walking or riding a bike somewhere beautiful.
Minimalist yet consistent. Push-ups in the morning. Walking. Carrying groceries several blocks home without putting them down. Shoulder rotations (to fix them from falls).
@Salanth I hear you. When I had shoulder surgery, my entire exercise routine was shoulder-centric.
My Apple Watch considers it exercise when I walk the dogs (longish walks, fast—they’re still proper). So I’ll go with that.
@ahacksaw My phone considers it exercise when I am riding the golf cart the 1/4 mile from the main clinic to the Mayes clinic at MD Anderson.
@Kidsandliz Apple Watches are generous like that.
Playing a game like racquetball