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By: Lacy Hilliard

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Weekly Poll

For many people, their New Year's resolution centers around increasing the amount of exercise they get. The latest studies show people need 150 minutes a week of a moderately intense aerobic exercise where you heart rate increases. How much exercise do you get a week?

I haven't done so well. In fact, I get very little exercise of any kind.

I am too tired to exercise very much. I'm lucky if I get in some walking for an extended period a few times a week.

It's part of my daily routine. I vary what I do, sometimes, walking, riding a stationary bike, running on a treadmill. I like to mix it up to keep me going.

I physically can't do any exercising

I honestly don't think about it. It's not something I'm concerned about.