Hello! I used to hate exercising too. Then I tried to do some weight training, which I really like a lot now cos I see results real fast, like 2 months of doing it. The key is just stick to your workout and be patient. I don't find it as "boring" as running, swimming or other cardio (though I'm starting to like running since I started the Couch to 5K training 2 weeks ago). I can see that you love dancing. That's a good start! I like dancing too and I do Zumba once a week. There are so many ways to be active and all you have to do is find something you enjoy doing. I think you should make yourself a workout plan and stick to it.
I really do hope that you find a workout you like. Good luck! Be positive! 2120 days ago
I read your comments about hating exercise. I saw that many people told you to go out walking or riding your bike if you can't afford a gym. I get the feeling that they failed to read your entire post OR don't understand panic attacks and anxiety. I don't leave the house alone for the most part and running around my living room would get bored quickly. I see that you do go to work, however. I can't do that. I have to work from home. I understand the challenges you are facing.
I used to love dancing, but don't get out much. When I can afford the Kinect, I will be getting Dance Central for it.
I also have the same issues with protein - but I'm a vegetarian, so am even more limited. At any rate, nice to meet you. If you need a spark buddy, let me know. 2120 days ago
Hi there I too came along your post about protein, chicken breast is a really great way to go to get protien one 6 oz chicken breast will get you most of the way there for a day and it's only 187 calories. Have a great weekend! 2683 days ago
Hey there - came across one of your posts in a thread. Yogurt is a good source of protein. If you get light or low-fat yogurt it's only aout 80-100 calories, you get some protein, some carbs, and some calcium. Take care - happy Sparking! 2683 days ago