I find it fascinating when women lament the absence of exercise in their lives. They tell me they are not exercising, that they don’t or can’t get themselves to the gym, and almost always add some deprecating body comments or criticisms. (These same women describe feeling better about their bodies and toward their bodies and themselves when they “exercise” regardless of any actual discernible differences).
When I ask them to tell me about their lives and they describe the many ways in which they are active I wonder why they don’t view their activity as exercise. They are moving! Moving is exercise. Exercise is movement.
These are women who are cleaning
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