Clicking Our Heels – Favorite
Form of Exercise
In the past, we’ve discussed what the Stiletto Gang
members would be doing if we weren’t reading or writing, but the question came
up as to what our favorite form of exercise is.
Debra H. Goldstein:
I’m a couch potato. During the pandemic, I thought I should do something
so I ordered a Cubii exerciser. After a week, I shrouded it. Periodically, I
look at it from the couch.
Lynn C. Willis: Hiking with Finn.
Barbara J. Eikmeier: Favorite doesn’t necessarily imply I
do it with any regularity, right. I love swimming laps, but mostly I ride my
Gay Yellen: Dancing with my husband. He took me dancing on
our first (blind) date, and that almost sealed the deal right there!
Lynn McPherson: I love walking.
Bethany Maines: Karate! I’ve been taking and teaching
karate for over a decade. It’s a great place to keep fit and connect with my
Mary Lee Ashford: My favorite exercise is walking, outside
if the weather permits. I also enjoy yoga though my knees are not enjoying it
lately, and I love dance though I don’t often get the opportunity except around
the house. In which case, I hope no one is watching!
Shari Randall: I love Zumba and country line dancing.
They’re so much fun they don’t feel like exercise to me at all.
Linda Rodriguez: Dance (or gardening) used to be mine. But
lately, it’s physical therapy.
Anita Carter: I love kickboxing!
T.K. Thorne: Before Covid, I did Akayama Ryu martial arts
twice a week. This year I learned a Tai Chi series and that has really kept me
sane. I like to walk outside where there are trees and space to breathe.
Debra Sennefelder: I love exercise. It keeps me in shape
and it keeps me sane. I love weight workouts, walking/treadmill workouts,
Pilates and Yoga. I aim for five to six workouts a week, so I like a lot of
Kathryn Lane: Walking in a beautiful setting, especially in
the mountains, brings me great joy and peace of mind.
Dru Ann Love: Definitely a couch potato. Give me a sci-fi
movie and I’m in heaven.
Kathleen Kaska: I love running. I just completed my
Saralyn Richard: Long walks (working out plot points while
Robin Hillyer-Miles: Yoga.
Lois Winston: Walking.