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A Visit To My Cardiologist
Here's a quick example of what I mean. My cardiologist asked me if I was getting exercise 3-4 days a week. I said, "No...probably one day a week." I felt down as I gave my answer. He went on about the need for exercise and my guilt increased. Then, I thought, "I wonder if golf counts as exercise" because for 10 months out of the year I play 3-4 times a week. I asked him. He rolled his eyes, shook his head and said, "Yes, it counts!" Then a bit envious and stressed out sounding he asked, "How do you possibly play 4 times a week?" My cardiologist is of Indian heritage and sounds a bit like Raj from Big Bang Theory. I love it. Anyway and I digress...some of you are wondering the same thing. Here's the answer. I can tee off late in the afternoon even at 5pm and play 18 in about 2 hours. Few people are on the course which is 5 minutes from my house. I am home to have dinner with my family. I gave my cardiologist the same answer. He shook his head with a smirk and smile, gave me some paperwork and said, "Get out of my office." I laughed after inviting him to play a round with me.
The point is: I consider exercise to be hard work and "feel guilty" when I don't do it. Golf, however, is exercise ( I know some of you are going to contest that), and I passionately love playing the game. It is easy for me to play golf, be happy about it, continue the activity thereby getting my cardiologist's quota of exercise. What do you love to do?
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