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LKEITHO SparkPoints: (288,077)
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9/26/13 9:40 P

Welcome to SparkPeople! You'll find lots of support, information and inspiration here. All the best on achieving your goals!

BCTROUBLE SparkPoints: (7,978)
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9/26/13 12:33 P

Returning. First message posted. Huuumm, wrong topic for forum site. A bit nervous. Thanks for sharing. Good info. Thanks : )

BILL60 Posts: 484,060
9/26/13 7:58 A

Welcome to SP.

SEVERINA418 SparkPoints: (53,066)
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9/26/13 4:00 A

I always put off exercising because I'm lazy when it comes to doing it, lol. I'm getting better, though, and doing several 10-15 minute intervals each week, so the sweat doesn't get so bad. Plus short intervals seem a lot more doable than longer ones, so I don't procrastinate with it. And you're right; it does feel great, physically, after a workout, no matter how big or small it was!

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BCTROUBLE SparkPoints: (7,978)
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9/26/13 1:56 A

It is so motivating to hear others who both have /have not the motivation to get in there an exercise. The excuses/reasons, but most of all the WOW, I feel better after I have exercised.
Yes, the famous quote "JUST DO IT" is a worthy exclamation. My excuse, I hate to get sweaty. I saw an article that suggested swimming. Great idea!!! Boy, I'll do anything to talk myself out of 10X3. Get back up on the HORSE!!!!!!

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