+David S. de Lis
- It's a great way to move around. It keeps your mind focused on an actual goal (and not just "walking"), it involves small enough hops to not be exhausting, and because it's not just steady straight walking it makes you exercise in more varied way.
Not long ago, I used to have to force myself to walk around campus (I have my usual 1-mile loop that takes about 15 minute). Now I have to force myself to stop playing as I have some work to do.