Short English Conversation Practice | Exercise | 48
In this short English conversation practice, Rachel and Luke talk about how difficult it can be to stick to an exercise routine.
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Welcome to Dialogue Frog, short English conversation practice. My name's Rachel. I'm here with Luke-
Today, we're talking about exercise.
Or, exercise! Depending on how you see it. How do you see exercise, Luke?
I don't see it, 'cause my eyes are closed, to exercise.
You're always running to...take a nap.
Me too. I'm not a, I'm not an avid exerciser, but once I do it, I feel good. Not only physically, but I feel like I like I accomplish something, you know.
I agree with that.
I used to ride my bike a lot, especially in the summertime.
Yeah. I, um, very occasionally lifted weights or got on the treadmill and I did feel better when I did it, but it's the problem of sticking to it.
Yeah. It's tough to get a routine and having discipline to stick to it. I like to-
That's why I use glue.
Actually glue your hand to the dumbbell.
Or you just have to carry it around. Maybe you just change the resistance every once in a while. It's not a bad plan.
Every time I, um, take a sip of soda, I have to lift that dumbbell to-
-to bring it up to my mouth, so.
Workout! Well, this has been another short English conversation practice with Dialogue Frog.
How do you see...
once I do it
That's why I...
every once in a while