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Wed, 04th Feb 2009 | jemmapicken | Created on: visionarydictionary.com | 2,746 Views, 2 Nods.

lack of exercise (2015)

In 20015 exercise in society will have decreased yet again as a result of technology (computer games etc) and as a result of this there will be more obesity and more serious illness so lets hope exercise is promoted to help prevent this.

                


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Thu, 05th Feb 2009
So sad that so few people excecise for fun, I blame a lot of this on the fact it is just not safe for children to play outside alone, and time and money make other activities hard for so many parents (but not nibbles, a model parent who has her children out exercising nearly every day, goood on you.)
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Wed, 04th Feb 2009
i completely agree, i love to get out and about but whatever gets you going i guess. I like to make the most of the beach but like you say, in this weather it's a no go
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Wed, 04th Feb 2009
It's a shame that people have to exercise in front of the TV - it's so much nicer to go out and exercise together, walking, dancing, cycling etc. However, when the weather's like it is now, I quite fancy a Wii fit.
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Wed, 04th Feb 2009
the wii is great and works, especially this wii fit thing where you can exercise infront of the tv but lets just hope there are more things like this to be introduced.
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Wed, 04th Feb 2009
Sorry to be a killjoy, but jemma is right. Whilst all the new exercise games and promotion are great, still less than 10% of our nation actually bother. Mankind is on the road to self-destruction.
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Wed, 04th Feb 2009
Sad but true.Activities for children sooo important.The Nintendo Wii has come along to get the family moving so hopefully this will be the way forward with all new games.
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Wed, 04th Feb 2009
Sad but true. I recommend www.bhf.org.uk/heartmatters.>>
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