21 December, 16:17
Which word is not a good way to describe exercise?
21 December, 17:12
On plato the answer is: sedentary
which means inactive
21 December, 17:48
In my opinion, calling exercise "work" wouldn't be a good way of describing it, I don't think people would exercise if its called work
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