activity you do to stay
Describe an activity you do to stay healthy.
You should say:
What the activity is
When and where you usually do it
How you do it
And explain why it can help you stay healthy
What do old people in your country do to stay healthy?
How do you deal with pressure?
Do you think young people should play dangerous sports?
What else can people do to stay healthy besides doing sports?
What can parents do to make their children like sports?
Well, I’m sure that I am not the only one guilty of having a gym membership card that sits gathering dust somewhere in a drawer. But this does not mean that I don’t do exercise. Truth is, I get my daily exercise mainly from cycling.
I can’t remember exactly when I started cycling, probably when I was around 5 or 6 years old, and it was my father who taught me how to cycle. There were of course, a few bumps and bruises to begin with, but after times of falling, I finally became a good cycler and totally fell in love with this exciting outdoor activity. You know what they say, you never forget how to ride a bike.
Though it’s one hard thing for me to make it a habit to go to gym regularly, I do fit cycling into my daily routine perfectly. Believe it or not, I never really get bored of being in the saddle. I ride to school every day, and sometimes go out for longer rides on my days off with several good friends. In fact, it’s not unheard of for me to slip on a pair of Lycra shorts and tak a 50 or 60 miles’ jaunt on a regular weekend.
As for how I usually do it, well, let me put it simple for you. A fully equipped bicycle, a pair of comfortable shoes, a bottle of water, a relaxing mood and there you go, all set for an exciting riding trip.
Oh, and speaking of the reasons why I find cycling a great way for me to stay healthy, it is mainly because that cycling helps a lot in burning my extra calories. And, it is also true that, compared with other forms of sports like running, cycling has less impact on people’s joints, which I think is very good, because no one wants to get hurt when exercising. Most importantly, cycling is not something just about my physical fitness, but also my inner peace. It has helped me sleep better, which is essential for me to stay lighthearted all the time.