Can't Exercise: Just got my hair done
According to this iVillage Health article:
In 2000, Michael Railey, associate dean and professor multicultural affairs at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, conducted a study published in the Journal of the National Medical Association which found that half of the women surveyed — all black, overweight or obese and between the ages of 29 and 69, — reported that their hair care directly affected their exercise habits. Nearly 60 percent visited their hairdresser at least twice a month. More worrisome, many of these women were being treated for high blood pressure, diabetes or other illnesses that strongly benefit from regular exercise.