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LMJD87
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Endurance and Co-ordination

Saturday, August 20, 2011

I am committed to living a healthy lifestyle and so I am exercising more regularly. I am sticking to the cardio so far.

I really love doing the 10-minute workout videos on this website because I can do it at home and it's free (I don't like the gym!!!). It is helping me with my endurance because I have discovered that 10 minutes is my limit. After the workout, I am sweaty and out of breath. I read in an article that you should try to get 60 minutes of cardio per workout and I couldn't believe it. 60 whole minutes!!! But I think I just need to take it slow and I will get better. I have lost two pounds and that small progress has me so excited. It is working. I want to be able to keep up. I don't want to be the slow one anymore.

I also need to work on my co-ordination and these workouts should help me. I try to follow the more complex instructions, especially in the kickboxing ones, and I get confused. It is like I see what she is doing but I can't do it with my own body. I feel like I am four years old. But I am sure there are four-year-olds out there that can do this stuff. I am hoping for the best, as usual.

I can't wait for improvement that I know will come. I just have to stick with the programme.

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  • v LMJD87
    Thanks for the encouragement and the congratulations. I know I will get there in time. I just have to patient.
    1797 days ago
  • v SLIMTHICK2
    Congrats on your weight loss. They say 10 minutes at a time is good and 10 minutes three times a day is even better, you will get to that 60min. workout in time. You've planned to stick with it and that's great. I wish you all the best. You're going to make it. All the best. emoticon
    1799 days ago
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