I think when we are stating the differences between two things, we need to be clear about what is being compared to what, so there is no misunderstanding. So, when I use the word "different" or "same", I'd like to make sure what is compared to what. And I'm more comfortable when I can recognize them, because they take the same form. And here is what I've made:
Q. What do you usually do to keep yourself healthy?
1.The things that I do to keep myself healthy is not different from the things that others do.
2.What I usually do to keep myself healthy is pretty much the same as what others do.
3.I keep myself healthy in pretty much the same way as others do.
4.The way that I keep myself healthy is pretty much the same as the way that others do
5.The ways of me keeping myself healthy and others keeping themselves healthy are pretty much the same.
I just go jogging or doing some weight traing as others do.
Even though I know this phrases could cause others to be confused because it's kind of wordy, I happen to stick to phrasing like this. Are these sentences not good?