What are your reasons for working out? filler filler
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Look hot, feel hot, stress-relief, and improve my mood.0
Way to meet new people, to feel healthy, to push myself and excel in a sport I love, to look good (but that's a very small part), stress relief, the great feeling after a good workout, the feel of your muscles working, the basic human desire for exertion/exercise! And many more reasons but hey hoe ;)
I have a tendency to eat a lot. So, to prevent weight gain, I try my best to exercise as much as I can. Not to mention, I am 32 and prone to faster weight gain because of my slowed metabolism.
To look good naked and banging in tight dresses.
working out eases my depression, makes my skin beautiful, and my body beautiful! :D
I work out because I know I have to.
I don't necessarily hate it, but I don't really "enjoy" it either... it's just something I know I have to do, something that's good for me, something that I know will make me feel good once done.
Originally started with boredom and evolved into something amazing for me. 5-6 days a week now. Plus it gave me a means of actually knowing people who live in this new area to me without having to go get drunk on overpriced beer. Plus I have more energy now.
I work out because I think pleasure should be balanced with hard work and pain. If you look at the "men" today compared to our ancestors, we're nothing but an entire race of man-ladies. Being in shape is just the first step.
I don't have a very active life so I work out to get my body moving. If I don't work out then I would be sitting on a chair or the couch all day, every day.
I feel better when I exercise. It's good for my health and fitness. It gets me outside (when the weather's good).
To stay healthy and fit and to look awesome!
Because I work in a gym, I live in South Florida where everyone must work out, and because its healthy and I like being good looking. It also makes me more confident.
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