There was recently a story about a company that was going to charge additional money for health coverage if your Body Mass Indicator was over a certain level. Amongst the many problems of that was that if you're a body builder (as I'm sure all of us are:P ) your BMI is the same as someone who is 20-30 lbs overweight.
Time is a huge issue. I spent nine years working in a building where the fitness room was on the other side of the wall. Never once used it. Now I have an apartment that I've been in since April that has a very nicely appointed exercise room, I've set foot in it once.
In my defense, feeble though it may be, I walk to school three times a week. It really isn't enough, but it's something. I've considered riding a bike to work, it's only about three miles or so, but with the increased problems that I've been having with asthma and allergies this fall/winter, I'm not sure that it's worth it.
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