Topic: Sports/ Physical Exercises
Do you often do physical exercise?
(Answer) Yes, I do, and on a regular basis, (Give reason for your answer) though I wouldn’t say that I’m a gym junkie, I have to say that I put great emphasis on getting into shape and always spare at least 3-4 days to work out at the gym.
How do you do exercise?
(Answer) Personally, I alternate between hitting the gym or taking gentle exercise at home. (Give reason for your answer) On days when I have more free time, then I like to exert myself by running on treadmills and lifting weights at the fitness centre, while on busier days, a simple morning jog or yoga at home would do.
Do you have any plans for exercise in the future?
(Answer) Actually, I do have some in my mind right now. (Give reason for your answer) Firstly, I’m considering taking up a sport, something like boxing, but only for leisure and not competitively. Additionally, I plan to maintain my current fitness regime in order not to be out of condition.
Do young people in your country like to do exercise?
(Answer) I suppose yes. (Give reason for your answer) Being fit rather than being skinny is a mindset that is recently catching on in my country. Therefore, many young people are trying to incorporate physical activities into their daily routine as well as adopting healthy eating habits to achieve their dream figure.
1. to get into shape
Meaning: to become fit
Example: If people have a sedentary lifestyle, they must do regular exercise to get into shape.
2. to work out at the gym
Meaning: to train the body by physical exercise at the gym
Example: As part of a healthy lifestyle, people of all ages should work out at the gym on a regular basis.
3. to take gentle exercise
Meaning: to do exercise which is not physically demanding or tiring
Example: Even the elderly can keep fit by taking gentle exercise, like jogging or simply a walk in the park.
4. to exert oneself
Meaning: to make a big physical effort to do something
Example: I believe that sports professionals deserve high salaries because constant hard training is necessary, so that they can exert themselves to the limit when they compete.
5. to take up sport/to take up exercise
Meaning: to start doing a sport, to start doing exercise
Example: Governments should provide sports facilities to encourage more people to take up sport.
6. to be out of condition
Meaning: to be physically unfit
Example: One of the causes of obesity is that many people are out of condition and fail to exercise regularly.
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