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How would you rather do a mile?

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    Run/Walk
    49
    43.36%
    Cycle
    61
    53.98%
    Swim
    14
    12.39%
    Other, (please elaborate)
    7
    6.19%

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    I'm intrigued as to how people would rather do a mile, I'd either cycle or swim it. I've never really liked running.
    How would you do a mile?
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    (Original post by TheFlamingPigeon)
    I'm intrigued as to how people would rather do a mile, I'd either cycle or swim it. I've never really liked running.
    How would you do a mile?
    I'd do it slow and gently in front of an open fire.
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    Personally, I'd run it, then cycle it (:
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    Id rather cycle it, but i haven't had a bike since i was like 8, so if i was told to go do a mile now... i'd run/walk it.
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    Cycling would be easier and quicker, even though I hardly ever cycle.
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    (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
    Personally, I'd run it, then cycle it (:
    Run a mile??!!! :O

    It took me like 14mins XD

    Im so slow...
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    Definitely cycle, I look like drowning child when I try to swim and running bores me.
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    Cycling - I loathe running.
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    (Original post by TheFlamingPigeon)
    I'm intrigued as to how people would rather do a mile, I'd either cycle or swim it. I've never really liked running.
    How would you do a mile?
    I'd either cycle or I'd swim it as well. I hate running, and have never really enjoyed it, even when I used to be good at it.
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    Quite happy to run or cycle a mile :holmes:
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    Cycle or walk
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    Car :ahee:

    But seriously I would prefer to ride a bike than run or swim (which are okay but if cycling is an option then I'm all up for that!)
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    Other: I would use a car
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    Probably run/walk it. I'm a terrible swimmer and even though riding a bike is one of those things that you'll probably never forget, I haven't rode one since I was 8/9 and I wouldn't be much good at it now. Besides, with the right music, running ain't too much of a problem.
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    Other. Skis. Downhill. Takes about 90seconds on the right hill. Job's a good'un.
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    Run or walk, definitely!
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    Out of the main 3 options i went for cycling.
    It's the least effort and the quickest...



    I also picked other: Motorbike. :ahee:
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    Cycling, just because I love it
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    All 4 :awesome:
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    Running or swimming.

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