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Trying to get back into the swing of things......

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

I am so disappointed in myself right now. It has now officially been 2.5 months that I have done ANY "real" working out. I just can't believe that I did all that work just to quit on myself. I know I can do this but something keeps stoppin me. I say to myself, "I am gonna workout today" and it just never happens. I need to be kicked!! emoticon
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  • WENDI_WA1
    HI nice to see you around again, don't be too hard on yourself, just get your mindset back where you want it. Do start with baby steps, take a small walk, and just go a few steps farther each time-thats what I did when I started. pretty soon you will be back at it. Playing with the kids is listed as a cardio exercise on the fittness logger. Walk the dog. whatever you need to do.
    2773 days ago
  • MOMMYTO6BABES
    You can do it, start with something small, rolling around with the dog and kids and move it up the next day. I have faith in you, let's get it going!! emoticon
    2773 days ago
  • RKSTAR82
    Baby steps. I know how hard it is to get back into the swing of things after time off. Try to start super small, with activities you enjoy. Now that Spring is coming, go for walks... I find that if I just get started (telling myself that I'll only go for 10-15 min) I'll keep going a little longer. If I'm tired, I'll call it quits early, and try again later. Good luck! emoticon
    2773 days ago
  • MOONWILLOW1010
    Don't be so hard on yourself. Ok so it's been 2.5 months but you didn't give up on yourself...you're here aren't you? That's a step in the right direction. Hang in there and good luck!
    2773 days ago
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