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SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
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1/17/13 6:49 P

Aww, you're so welcome! I wish you all the best on your success!!! YOU CAN DO THIS!

Coach Nancy

NINJACHIC121988 SparkPoints: (3,778)
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1/17/13 6:40 P

I wanted to thank you for the reply.I went to fitbit and found something I am kind of interested in.I have also started reading the article you linked me to.I have not read all of it yet.But I really wanted to thank you.I will also contact the store where I purchased my fitness ball and get some information about get a pin and pump if possible.



SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
Fitness Minutes: (112,042)
Posts: 46,222
1/17/13 6:30 P

Hi,

Below is a link to an article Coach Nicole wrote that may help you have a better understanding regarding the topic of engaging your abs.

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_artic
les.asp?id=97


You may want to contact the fitness ball manufacturer and see if they can help you out.

As for a pedometer, you may want to check out the FitBit or Omron brand.

I hope this helps!

Coach Nancy

NINJACHIC121988 SparkPoints: (3,778)
Fitness Minutes: (770)
Posts: 313
1/17/13 5:17 P

I have a few odd questions.

I keep hearing in videos on sparkpeople to engage your abs.Or engage your core.And when I try to follow what people have explained on the forums I get kind of confused.

I keep hearing "Bring your belly button.Into your back by drawing your belly button backwards.While keeping your back straight."

Here's the question I have.

If I was to follow the instructions.And feel a bulge every time am I suppose to lift the bulge.Or is the bulge my core.
I know it sounds weird but I was wanting to do it rite.Because every time I pull in my belly button to my back.The bulge tightens like its probable made to and I am not to keen with exercising.That's why I am asking.


I also have another odd question.I had purchased a fitness ball a few years ago and had lost the plug and pump while moving and had the store send me a second one.But recently my sisters boyfriend had lowered my fitness ball and lost the pin as well as lost my pump.Where can I go to replace the pin and pump without having to buy a new ball.

I also have a question about a good but low price step counter.Maybe a watch version with heart rate or a few things on it.I would like to know where to get one and the prices and name brand.




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