posted on Dec, 30 2011 @ 08:31 PM
Exercising in fresh air several times (3-5 times) a week for 30 minutes.
Even as a smoker it helped me immeasurably just getting a skipping rope and some weights and sticking to the program.
If I stop for a week or more I can immediately feel the impact of smoking and other allergies.
I've even heard and seen that non-smokers who don't do this in some form can be unhealthier than smokers (for a while I suppose, depending on their
age and how much they smoke).
I've come to enjoy it, and smoke much less, because on the days I want my exercises, I don't feel like smoking.
It also fights depression, and it does wonders for the figure after a while, although I started a few years back simply to fight bronchitis and
I suppose "fresh air" nowadays is relative to where one lives, and I didn't like jogging because the air is full of exhaust fumes next to the
But I suppose any variation of exercise is good.