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QUOOTIE SparkPoints: (30,125)
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12/5/12 3:48 P

thanks for the advice!

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (105,473)
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11/28/12 10:24 A

You're probably doing too much, since you're new to exercising.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 56,702
11/28/12 10:09 A

How'd your diet? What is your recommended calorie range and how many calories do you typically consume?

Coach Jen

QUOOTIE SparkPoints: (30,125)
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11/28/12 9:15 A

Okay here is the thing. Week one exercise was outdoor walking 3km a couple of times /week, tread mill with increasing incline moderate walking pace a couple of times per week for about 25 mins and a hour of easy flow yoga once/ week. Well this week it was all I could do to force myself to do one session on the treadmill and my yoga class, not because I didnt want to but because it was soooooo hard. I do not think I over did things, I have a very physical job and I got my heartrate up and was sweating but I did not have any muscle aches or pains. I just find myself so fatigued! I intend to walk on the treadmill today as well for the 25 minute work out I do. What can I do to get past the feeling of extreme fatigue and enjoy this again. Oh and I do drink lots of water

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