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Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Okay, I worked out 2 days in a row and OUCH!! I forgot to walk the dog yesterday (ran out of time); so today she's gotta have one. I'll be "hitting the gym" (on my Wii) again today. I know I need to let my muscles rest in between, but I really haven't thought about setting a schedule for workouts yet. I just want to get in the habit of making myself do it! I'm guessing two days on and one day off would be good. In that case, all I really need to do today is walk the dog... Hmmm.... Input?

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HAIRDOC1 6/6/2012 11:18AM

    I think every little bit helps, however mixing it up is very good. emoticon

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CHALLENGER15 6/6/2012 6:37AM

    It looks like you have some good suggestions here. Good for you for getting active!


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IVYLIBRA 6/5/2012 12:22PM

    I'm using Gold's Gym Cardio for Wii. I'm guessing that since it's cardio I should go ahead and do it today then. I'm thinking about adding yoga afterwards for my stretch.

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CANDOK1260 6/5/2012 11:45AM

    what do you on the wiii love my wii.
I love this quote e. I donít know who she is, but love the quote

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ASOBFALLS 6/5/2012 11:24AM

    They recommend working out different sets of muscles if you are working out 2 days in a row...You need to read up (I am not an expert on this) but plenty is available on this site.
Cardiio can be every day.

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DIXIED88 6/5/2012 11:23AM

    I think it's good to do at least a short workout almost every day but to work different muscle groups. As in one day concentrate on abs, the next legs, the next arms, etc. I try to take at least a mile walk daily just for fun in addition to any harder cardio I do during the week.

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