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GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/25/13 6:14 P




paid off for me, did it for YOU?



AUNTWILLIE
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4/25/13 4:59 P

If you just want to lose weight, it's probably not essential, but if you want to be healthy, to feel good, to be strong enough to be productive and vital then YES! It pays off!



CBLENS
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4/25/13 4:00 P

most definitely!



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/25/13 3:42 P

I am aresult of that.



LIVE_N_LEARN1
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4/25/13 3:40 P

yes.. in many different ways..



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/25/13 11:25 A




Thank You for your post.



MICHELLEGEORGE1
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4/25/13 10:29 A

Absolutely, I'm stronger and leaner than I have ever been, I feel so much healthier than if I had just relied on diet alone. The food is the key to weight loss but exercising, especially strength training, makes me feel so much better



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/25/13 8:59 A



On April 3, 2012:-
Bust: 40
Waist:38
Hips:40
On April 5, 2013a;-
Bust :35
Waist: 27
Hips: 34

This ghows it work's.

What are your result's?



CCBULLDOG
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4/25/13 8:58 A

Absolutely!



CHICAMIA12
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4/25/13 8:20 A

UMMMMMM, for sure it does!!!!



GWEGNER
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4/25/13 7:25 A

Yes




TWININGS12
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4/25/13 6:35 A

Yes emoticon



ACLOUDBERRY
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4/25/13 6:30 A

I indeed think exercising pays off!

I used to really dislike exercising but have learned to love it. It makes me feel good, I have found it helps with stress and depression, it helps to make me feel better about my body and I can see and feel positive changes in my body (less fat, more muscle). It helps me to deal with my chronic back pain and I am hopefull maybe even help me to get rid of the pain.



IWUNDER
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4/25/13 6:21 A

Sure does!!



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/25/13 5:56 A



YES



DETOX55
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4/25/13 3:36 A

YES!



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/25/13 2:04 A

Absolutely and woke up at 1:40 am to do it,



AMANDA65899
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4/24/13 10:14 P

Yes I feel great all day, I even feel lighter! I can feel muscles that I have never felt before! But i am not seeing any results on the scale and that is very frustrating. I walk and job in intervals for 30 mintues, I have increased my time but I am noticing any change in my weight. Any ideas???



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/24/13 10:11 P





Positively!!!



RITACOMPU
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4/24/13 10:10 P

totally yes



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/24/13 6:12 P






Great to hear all these post's.



LYNHALTINER
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4/24/13 6:01 P

Certainly do



GETRESULTSMDMEE
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4/24/13 4:29 P

Yes I have so much energy I feel younger get more activity out of my day priceless!



CHLOEAGH
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4/24/13 4:23 P

Absolutely! I feel so amazing since I started working out and every time I go to the gym, I notice my body getting stronger.


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MRSAND
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4/24/13 2:42 P

Yes, Yes, Yes!!!



VESUVIOUS
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4/24/13 2:24 P

Totally pays off. emoticon



AUNTWILLIE
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4/24/13 2:17 P

Of course it pays off!
Current research says that diet will affect weight loss much more than exercise alone, but exercise is what keeps us fit, and healthy, and strong. I think we all need to be as active as we can mange without obsessing about it.



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/24/13 2:12 P

Absolutely !!! I start at about 2 am finish exercise about 4 am and then walk till 5:30 am. Have lost 60 lbs. since last April 3, 2012 and 24 in. So, after all everyday I am emoticon . Thank you for your post.



MEGAPEEJ
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4/24/13 1:46 P

Are you doing 4+ hours of exercise every day? What exercise are you doing?

I still have never managed to break 1000 minutes in a month, working out 3 times a week for an hour and taking frequent lunch break walks. I work out as hard I can during those hour long workouts though.



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/24/13 8:45 A




Great to hear that. Thank you for answering my post. Have a good day.



ELAINEGR92012
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4/24/13 6:16 A

Yes I do. It's been awhile and because I am getting back to working out and eating healthy I started off slow especially after my c-section I still didn't feel right a year later. How ever it has been 1 year and a couple of months and I started with the Cardio excercises on a chair. I never knew you could get a work out from it. This week I did it with out the chair and it looks like my c-section is no longer a problem. Yeah.



TWININGS12
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4/24/13 6:15 A

Yes emoticon



2BDYNAMIC
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4/24/13 6:12 A

Always!



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/24/13 5:41 A

Thank's for answering my post. Just got through with 243 min. of exercise & fitness, so I am emoticon and now some emoticon . Have a good day.



RAKRHYME
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4/24/13 3:00 A

ofcourse yes... it make me feel confidant. and helps me stay fit



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/23/13 9:13 P

Thank you for reading my post "greatly appreciated". But it is true what you said about the moaning. Good point. Have a good night.



2BDYNAMIC
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4/23/13 8:53 P

I once wrote a book on fitness and counted 27 reasons why to exercise .......... there are countless benefits ............ many of which we don't necessarily see .......... but our body thanks us! ......... (Well AFTER it does the moaning when you first get started!) .... emoticon



SUZE1960
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4/23/13 8:41 P

definitely helps me feel better about myself - even helped my mother who has been walking with me over the past year keep her mood upbeat since my father passed away two years ago.



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/23/13 7:18 P

Well Sparkpeople did 10,557 steps today, plus vacummed and wahed clothes and did some craft idea's for my grandson's wedding (July5th ) Polish wedding so I know i burned at least 1,000 calories. So everybody have a " good night".



THRIFTYMAMA516
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4/23/13 1:38 P

I definitely find I have way more energy on the days I workout! :-)



BLBST36
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4/23/13 11:54 A

I actually find that I don't lose weight as fast when I am exercising. BUT, I do feel better. It really helps with my depression. I didn't do it much last week because of personal issues and losing my heart rate monitor and while I didn't "miss it" per say, I missed that part of my routine and sense of "Yep. Did it". I am starting it back up again instead of waiting long enough that I can successfully convince myself not to go - lol






GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/23/13 11:47 A

I am so Glad that I am getting a "great feedback" on this post. and from what I can see You will feel the differences. Thank You All for " your posts". emoticon . Write more later.



TREADIN4BSP
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4/23/13 11:13 A

Without a question. I have found through my years of "yo-yo'ing" that diet alone will not do the job for me. I must exercise a minimum of 5 days/week to lose and maintain weight. Even 3 days/week isn't enough for me. Above and beyond weightloss...I am finding that exercise pays off in how I feel on a daily basis. I am not as lazy during the day and get the best nights sleep.



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/23/13 10:41 A

That's great !!!



ACROFIT
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4/23/13 10:07 A

Absolutely!! I have significantly lowered my heart rate through exercise. Healthy heart=longevity. Have a great day everyone!



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/23/13 9:54 A

yes



MOTHERBOARDER
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4/23/13 9:46 A

heck yah



DIDS70
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4/23/13 9:31 A

i exercise more for the oxygen intake and to keep my heart strong. The inches and pounds lost are just side benefits.



SBURDEN
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4/23/13 9:28 A

Yes I've kept weight off, look better and feel better



GRANDMAFRANNY
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4/23/13 7:09 A

Well it sure did for me yesterday. I lost 1.7 lbs. with 260 minutes of exercise & walking. I am determined to stay on my program. Everybody have a good day and emoticon .Drink that emoticon ,too.



 
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