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PINKLADY251 SparkPoints: (54,807)
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1/14/14 9:04 A

thanks for the advice I think thats what I did so now I am gonna take it slower so I wont get burnt out on it

MRSB721 Posts: 21
1/14/14 5:23 A

I envision myself walking into my class reunion looking great!...and then I look in the mirror...

You don't have to go balls to the wall right from the start. I find that when I decided to all of a sudden cut out everything bad & exercise like a fiend, I fail. The hardest part for me was just to decide to MAKE the time & FORCE myself to find the energy to exercise. I FORCED myself to drink water instead of pop. I used to make every excuse not to exercise. I'm the biggest couch potato at heart. It's only been since the first of the year for me, and already I don't have to FORCE or MAKE myself to do most of what I started with...drink water, cut down on pop, cut down on chocolate, & exercise...

It's ok to start with baby steps...Good Luck!!



PINKLADY251 SparkPoints: (54,807)
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1/13/14 8:48 P

how do you find the motivation when you really dont any energy or inspiration to continue the exercise

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