Any good doctor will ask you if you're exercising regularly at annual checkups. Maybe you're able to proudly rattle off a list of the thrice-weekly yoga classes you're taking and treadmill miles you're clocking, or perhaps you find yourself hanging your head in shame once in a while and promising to exercise more.
Regardless of what camp you fall in, have you ever wondered how your doctor exercises? Are they getting 30 minutes of exercise five days per week, as recommended by the National Institutes of Health? To find out, we asked eight of mbg-approved doctors. Here's what they had to say.