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Posted October 03, 2018 03:07:01 If you’re looking for an alternative to sitting at your desk all day long, you’re in luck: the Nashville lifestyle definition defines sedentary as any activity that doesn’t require a lot of physical effort or physical activity.

And while the definition isn’t perfect, it’s certainly one that will keep you from getting too hung up on your desk.

We spoke to a team of researchers to find out what the best ways to stay active in the city of Nashville are.

First things first: what’s sedentary?

In the definition, sedentary refers to activities that don’t require much physical effort: doing nothing at all for at least five minutes a day, and not going for a run or swimming or any other physical activity unless you need to for a special occasion.

You can think of this as being “un-active,” or less active than normal, but still in the same category as active.

For example, you could be doing an errand in the evening, taking the kids to a park, or simply relaxing with your loved ones.

Here are a few of the most popular activities that fall into this category.

If you want to get a little more specific, the Nashville definition defines active as any exercise that requires effort, like running, jumping rope, jumping off a building, and swimming.

But, again, if you’re an active person, you’ll want to think about your own definition.

The next step is deciding which activities will fit into your lifestyle.

How do you get the most bang for your buck?

One way to figure out which activities are best is to compare the price of the activity you’re trying to avoid with the activity at hand.

To do this, we looked at several popular activity websites and compared them to other websites for different activities.

For instance, you can see the prices for running, swimming, and running shoes on various running sites.

Here’s how you can compare the prices of various running activities in your city: Activity Site Price Run 10K 10K to the finish 10K $20.50 Swim 15K 15K to a race 5K $50.00 Jump 30 feet 20K to an indoor/outdoor event 5K 20K $30.00 Run 2 miles 15K 50K $60.00 Swimming 1.5 miles 5K 100K $80.00 Skate 2 miles 50K 150K $120.00 Bike 20 miles to a bike park 1 mile $20 Bike 20 Miles to a Park 30 Miles $40.00 Walk 20 miles 10K 30K $10.00 Cycling 10 miles 5 miles to the start of a bike ride 50K 50 Miles to an off-road trail 1 mile 5 Miles to the Bike Park 30 miles $25.00 Walking 5 miles 1 mile to the starting line 10K 1 Mile to the Start Line Bike to the Park 1 Mile $10 Bike to a Bike Shop 20 miles $20 Walk to a Trail 1 mile 2 Miles to Half Marathon 1 Mile 25 Miles to Marathon 1 mile 1 Mile Bike Park to Half-Marathon 10 Miles 10 Miles to Race 10 Miles $15.00