Fitness Minutes: (7,415)
1,299 10/22/13 1:56 A
FROGGIRL80: If it is safe, have the driver of the car drop you off 20-30 minutes walking from the football game. I don't know if it would work to have you walk after the game (at night). But there may be several ways you can get in a total of 45 minutes walking during the day.
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3,293 10/20/13 10:04 P
Do you get 15-minute breaks during the day? Take walks during two of those or during a lunch hour. You will probably do some walking to/from the football game as well. Plus you can dance around in the stands to keep warm!
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Fitness Minutes: (33,947)
2,269 10/20/13 9:42 P
Can you fit in a 10-20 min walk in the morning before work? And maybe some walking around that stadium before/after the game?! Your 40 minutes doesn't need to be all at once, nor does it need to be "exercise" as in DVD's, gym, weights, etc. Those are nice, but not needed every day. JUST MOVE!! And Enjoy Yourself!! You Can Do This! patti
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10/20/13 9:25 P
I have made a commitment to exercise at least 40 minutes a day. However, tomorrow I have work and then I'm going to a football game and will have very little time to exercise. What can I do? I don't want to fall backwards. Thanks! God bless
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