Hi all, I don't quite understand the meaning of "get...in" in the following sentences. Do they mean something like "make it a point/habit to" ? 1. "And with race-walking, it's easier to get motivated. Race-walking is a civil way to get your exercise in." 2. "Though Jones gets in a morning walk, she prefers to work out at health clubs that feature hiking programs." 3. "(She) gets up an extra 30-45 minutes in the morning to get in her four workouts a week."