Fitness Minutes: (6,555)
8/27/13 9:18 A
I read this really great column in Runner's World a couple of weeks ago but I can't find the link. The gist of it was that you will always feel better after exercise than you would if you didn't exercise at all. The first 5 minutes are always the hardest and after that its cake.
Fitness Minutes: (7,805)
1,169 8/27/13 8:09 A
Just remember, making excuses burns Zero calories per hour.
Our lives are not determind by what happens to us, but by how we react to what happens.
I have been struggling with motivation for the last week. I start off well in the mornings and I am fine till about lunch time, then everything goes haywire. Been trying to figure out what keeps me motivated in the morning, so that I can continue with it in the afternoon-evening-night
8/26/13 9:37 P
Where do you have your eliptical? I put mine in my living room , next to the coach, and in front of the tv. That way when I I am watching tv with the kids, I have no reason at all not to watch while burning cals. Great job staying on track with cals in, for me that's the hard part.
Every day is a new beginning.
Fitness Minutes: (38,971)
8/26/13 9:26 P
get a fitbit!! i just got one and its really helping me stay strong!! it tracks ur calories burned throughout your whole day.. tracks how many stairs/hills you do.. tracks how many steps and you can sink it on to your SP!! I always try to beat the day before!!
Fitness Minutes: (41,974)
774 8/26/13 9:22 P
Getting myself out of the house and going for a walk can be a challenge for me. What helps, for me, is downloading an audible book onto my ipod. I have to listen to it before it disappears off my device and the only time I listen is when I'm walking.
Fitness Minutes: (174,728)
21,513 8/26/13 8:22 P
At least 80% of weight loss has to do with nutrition so that you are sticking to your food program.
Sometimes when I am not feeling like cardio I set a timer for 10 minutes and usually once I do that 10 minutes I am seduced into doing more...but if not at least 10 minutes is better than none. To avoid the sneering machine maybe you could take a walk outside ...
"'Enough' is a feast. Buddhist proverb
Fitness Minutes: (145)
8/26/13 6:22 P
To exercise today. Channeling my inner sloth but sticking to food program. The elliptical machine is sneering at me.
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