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452 7/31/12 11:29 A
You should feel good about yourself & working out.
7/31/12 11:27 A
Yes and no, it depends on what I'm doing.
Fitness Minutes: (7,175)
7/31/12 11:18 A
I prefer to work out by myself where NO ONE can see me. That way I can dance and say obnoxiously encouraging things to myself and not worry about others judging me. :)
Fitness Minutes: (33,216)
1,036 7/31/12 11:15 A
I find it humiliating to have my husband or kids see me exercising with my tummy jiggling everywhere. It was bad enough when I wore my swimsuit on the 4th of July and my 6 year old daughter asked me if there was another baby in my tummy. I draw the line at working out. If anyone walks in on me, I am done. They are all well aware of this.
Whenever I've dated anyone, I've not been embarrassed. Fitness and exercise is just a part of who I am. I wouldn't be more embarrassed in front of him than anyone else, in fact I would think less so. I'd hope he'd be getting his a$$ up and working out too!
Fitness Minutes: (7,720)
485 7/31/12 11:07 A
I'm not embarrassed, however I prefer exercising alone.
Well BF and I met in a gym. I have the super-sweating thing and actually take pills for it. So his first impression of me was a sweaty girl on the elliptical. And he still liked me! I ended up gaining 40 lbs during our first year together and when I realized I really need to start working out again, I was terrified to have him see me sweaty or working out. Ironic, I know. He now spends each weekend with me, at my house. I used to not workout on weekends if he was here, but finally had to get over that fear and he doesn't care. It isn't in the same room as him, but he'll walk by and sees me all sweaty. I think he isn't really phased by it and is happy to see me working out. But my mouthing the songs and "dancing" on the elliptical might be kinda funny...haha
Fitness Minutes: (290,207)
10,925 7/31/12 1:40 A
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I'm not embarrassed to work out in front of anyone.
I do not like having an audience at home - no husband or bo but I do not like my grown children to see me
When I was going to the gym I did not mind but I went really early and there was hardly anybody there
Fitness Minutes: (4,960)
7/30/12 12:18 P
I will NOT work out in front of my husband, and we've been married 8 1/2 years. However, I will workout with him. As long as he's doing it with me, it's fine. I just feel really awkward if I'm the only one doing it.
7/30/12 11:55 A
No, not at all. I've worked out at the gym for decades. I can't imagine being embarrassed about working out. You can all set up chairs at the gym and watch me if you like.
Edited by: JEANNEBOYD1 at: 7/30/2012 (11:57)
Fitness Minutes: (91,713)
7/30/12 11:47 A
at home workouts - I don't like to have an audience. DH knows that & if he wakes up when I'm doing a morning workout in the living room, he'll get his coffee and go back to the bedroom.
we do go to the Y together. Often walk or ride bikes together on vacation. Sometimes he rides his bike while I run on the beach.
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72 7/30/12 11:27 A
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7,159 8/2/11 10:17 P
Embarrassed, no way.. If he says something I ask him to put his money where his big mouth is.. When he finds out it is hard, he apologizes.. A guy whom is put off by us working out is not worth being together with or getting to next base marriage.. Plenty more men out there whom are wonderful.. Cross if we have sex with them, we can darn well workout in front of them too..
Edited by: REDSHOES2011 at: 8/2/2011 (22:18)
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21 8/2/11 3:44 P
I do get embarassed to work out in front of my boyfriend but I have no choice if he's around since we live together. Although he genuinely supports me in every way he can, I guess I just dont feel that its cute, atleast not where Im at. Maybe when I can wear tight tight short short shorts - I wont mind :)
My boyfriend is trying to help me get into better shape so it's impossible for me NOT to work out in front of him... we will do simple things together - throw the medicine ball, stretch, etc... most of our workouts though consist of hiking so, again, we are doing it together...
If we're doing some physical outdoor activity together don't mind it to much I guess because it's fun and I'm not really looking at it as excercise. But do not like having an audience for indoor workouts. I try hard to do those while hubby is gone somewhere and I will actually stop in the middle of a workout if he gets home early.
I am my GF's kind of personal trainer,....by HER request. LOL! I think the men at the gym were making her uncomfortable as she is well endowed and she was feeling like she was being watched.......creepy she said.
Fitness Minutes: (80,201)
8/2/11 1:00 P
I'm not embarrassed usually, unless I'm doing a workout like belly dancing or something with a lot of choreography and I'm stumbling around. ha ha ha ha. But my hubby has seen me do just about every embarrassing thing, so I'm alright with him seeing me work out!
And, if I'm honest, I don't mind him seeing me lift. I like impressing him. ha ha ha ha.
8/2/11 1:00 P
Nope! We work out together when we can. If I work out alone sometimes gives me more motivation, like hey look what I'm doing! Like a previous poster said when you're married there are far worse things that each of you will witness. My husband watched and participated in both a regular birth and c-cection. I can do anything in front of him. Keep up the good work. You can do it!!!!
8/2/11 12:52 P
I think if you do something together, then that's fine. I don't see why he'd be turned off. Do you think that if he sees you sweating or something that he won't like it? Honestly, if you're in a real long term relationship, it's likely that he'll see you worse off than that.
But, doing something like working out on an elliptical at home while someone else is in the same room watching me (or watching TV but I feel like he's watching me) is weird to me.
I find that some feel jealous when the other spouse works out and is trying to take care of themselves. Like the spouse wants to be healthy but does not want to take the little effort or first to do so
No way! I would love it if I could get the hubs to work out with me, but he's stubborn! My mother & I walk together. It's fun to have a family member work out with you.
8/2/11 10:24 A
I work out with all of my family. We will all go on a run or hit the gym together. We are each others biggest motivators. I do hit the gym alone on my days off but prefer to go with one of my kids or my hubby : )
Fitness Minutes: (3,800)
247 8/2/11 3:14 A
I don't like a family audience.
Fitness Minutes: (5,233)
8/2/11 3:11 A
No, we sometimes workout together....keeps me going when he does it too
I will walk with my spouse, but any other exercise......no way. He says he's supportive of my weight loss efforts, but he will not refrain from making snide comments. I guess my walking gait is not amusing to him.
8/2/11 12:45 A
I firmly believe couples do NOT need to do everything together. Working out is one of them.
For those of you who enjoy it, rock on. Not happening here.
(That said, I don't want to see him clip his toenails or do any number of other things, either, thanks.)
Edited to add: To clarify, for me It's not even really a weight thing. I felt the same way when I was thin & to me, working out is a solitary pursuit.
Edited by: THISYEARSMODEL at: 8/2/2011 (00:57)
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3 8/2/11 12:18 A
I am embaressed to workout in front of my hubby. hate when he watches.
Fitness Minutes: (690)
11 8/2/11 12:10 A
Sometimes I feel lime my fiancÚ will be turned off by me as I work out. Is that wrong? On the other hand I kind of want to show him that I am working hard to lose weight. Hmmm. Any thoughts?
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