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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 58,642
12/14/12 5:56 A

I agree with Zorbs that you'll want to start slow. Don't get discouraged about where you are vs. where you were, or try to push yourself too much. Give your body time to adapt to exercise again and eventually, you'll get there!

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12/14/12 4:59 A

Don't expect your fitness level to be the same as before. Start off easy.

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12/14/12 12:48 A

So I used to be a gym rat and in pretty good shape but ever since I had my child I haven't been going. I am still carrying most of my pregnancy weight and I want to take it off. I am not looking to lose weight super fast. I am looking to get to a healthy weight and try to build up my endurance. I would also like to tone my muscles. Any advice?

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