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Coming back...

Saturday, September 03, 2011

It has been way to long since I have really been on here. I'm getting back into action! Now I'm just trying to figure out when to work out with my busy schedule. I'm going to a part time night nursing program and going to Bridgewater State during the day to get my bio med major and babysitting for various people. I'm looking forward to coming up with plan I can stick to everyday to get in the best shape possible. I was wondering if anyone knows of a good dvd workout program I can do. I'm thinking if I get into a program it will keep me going but I'm not sure which one will be right for me, I need one that is easy on my knees. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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  • L*I*T*A*
    welcome back...........
    wishing you all the best with your journey...
    blessings and hugs.............lita
    1876 days ago
    Thanks everyone for the suggestions!
    1877 days ago
    Welcome BACK!

    Water is your knee's best friend...swimming or water bet!

    No water? Experiment...see what works: elliptical, cycling, recumbent stationary, all worth a whirl!

    Just keep 'er SPARKIN'! :-)

    1878 days ago
    You are going to be very busy....check out the GREAT 10 minute videos here at SP....YOU CAN SNEAK THEM IN BETWEEN work/school sessions...

    emoticon emoticon BACK!!!!
    1878 days ago
    This is not a DVD workout but a great option. I am just finishing the 2011 Summer 5% challenge and have signed up for the Fall one which is starting in a few weeks. This challenge is a lot of fun, flexible on time and a great lifestyle changer. In addition, the motivation is fantastic. Here is the link in case you are interested in checking it out. It works great with my busy schedule.
    1878 days ago
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