Hello!I'm just starting my pre-reqs this month at a community college, and I was wondering if any of you out there could give me a little advice on something. I'm starting off with my prob and stats, writing, computer concepts and Spanish 101, for a total of 16 credits for the Fall semester, but I was thinking of taking on an exercise class as well. I'm a pretty fit person and I want to stay in shape and be healthy, plus I think a "diversion" course like this will be good to help me get my mind of studies to take a breather once in a while and be better focused when I get back to my books, but I'm a little unsure if this is a good idea. Did any of you find an exercise/health/fitness was necessary for applying to a BSN program later? I'll have the time, since I'm not married, nor do I have any kids yet, and I'm staying on campus. I'll only be working part-time with the Federal Work Study, so I think it'll be doable. Has anyone here taken an exercise class with their pre-nursing studies? If so, did you find it helped, or hurt you in your academic work?