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KJEANNE SparkPoints: (39,576)
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4/22/13 12:26 P

I agree that you should talk to your doctor. Ask them about swimming and aqua aerobics.

PINK4YOUTOO Posts: 508
4/22/13 10:03 A



Yes, your doctor can help with ideas and exercises. Lately I've been doing some yoga and love the flexibility and strength gaining from those 2-3 times per week...

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 56,461
4/21/13 12:50 P

Hi Ann

As far as exercise goes, your best bet is to talk to your doctor to get advice on what activity is safe and what you should avoid. The good news is, the majority of your weight loss progress comes from diet, not exercise. So as long as you're tracking your food consistently and staying in your recommended calorie and nutrient ranges, that's what will help most when it comes to weight loss.

Coach Jen

ANNIEMAC1980 SparkPoints: (15)
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4/21/13 9:40 A


Hi all.
My name is Ann, im 33 and I'm from the UK and I have muscular dystrophy.
I'm looking to lose weight and get fit but do not have much strength due to my MD. I would love some help please.



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