Allyson Schwartz (D)
Tennis and walking.
Jonathan D. Jewell (I)
It's a combination of sit-ups, push-ups, and the treadmill.
Katie McGinty (D)
When I'm in town, I try my best to attend Adrenalin class at 5:45 AM at the gym every week day.
Ken V. Krawchuk (L)
My favorite way to work up a sweat is to grab a loaded pack and spend some overnight miles hiking the Appalachian Trail. I've hiked the entire Trail in Pennsylvania (not to mention several other states), and my absolute favorite spot is at the western summit of the Delaware Water Gap near Stroudsburg.
Paul Glover (G)
Bicycling is my way of life, but walking is my favorite exercise. I once walked across the USA from Boston to San Diego, crossing 300 miles of Pennsylvania. Until age 62 I did 120 pushups daily, when my shoulder demanded I quit. Nowadays I do curls with a heavy rock — I call it my Stone Age health club.
Rob McCord (D)
As treasurer and a candidate for governor I'm always on the road, so finding work out time is hard. When I travel I bring my gear and a few light pieces of exercise equipment with me so even if there isn't a gym I can work out. I usually try to get my exercise done in the morning because there's not much time in the day after that. I also play squash with my son whenever I can.
Governor Tom Corbett (R)
I'm probably like everyone else in saying I don't get to the gym as much as I'd like, but thankfully this job and the campaign always keep me on my feet and moving, going new places and meeting new people. When we do get a few hours to spend at home, we're either out walking the dogs, or trying to keep up with our grandson Liam. He turned two just a few months ago and is full of energy.
Tom Wolf (D)
I work out every morning on the treadmill.
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