Thursday, September 3, 2009

Drinkers Appear to Get More Exercise Than Non-Drinkers

Study: Drinkers Appear to Get More Exercise Than Non-Drinkers, but Longer Workouts Don't Outweigh Health Woes of Heavy Drinking

I was too lazy to get out of bed to do my workout this morning. I was dreaming I was racing in the Triathlon above. You know those dreams. The ones were you can't move. In this one I was behind the pack. For some reason, I had a calmness with it. I didn't mind the view from back here and had no urge to peddle faster. I couldn't seem to find the energy to get out of bed. Now I know why. Evidently, I haven't been drinking enough beer. The study (see link below) finds a positive correlation between motivation for exercise and alcohol consumption. Isn’t it great when you find out something you thought was bad is actually (kind of) good?

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Matt S. said...

That article was all the evidence that I needed. I knew there was some sort of correlation. :)

Rob F. said...

They do a better job of shaving their legs than you do.