I try to get to the gym three times a week. I focus mostly on cardio, typically doing between an hour and an hour and a half on a treadmill each time, and it seems to help me quite a bit. I usually do a little ab work and strength training while I'm there, but cardio is my big thing. Besides working on losing weight, I do it to get myself feeling a little better between the ears. If nothing else it releases some tension, elevates my mood a little, and gives me more energy and motivation. I didn't read the article, but I imagine the study found it helps more with negative symptoms than positive symptoms. It's just a matter of making myself get up and go there. I should go today, I'm off from work today, but I don't know. I'm getting my injection in a couple hours, and it's a gluteal shot, so working that muscle on the treadmill would make the injection site sore. Maybe I'll go tonight anyway.