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Planning on exercising.

Friday, September 07, 2012

How many times have you did all the planning on doing an excercise problem but never seem to carry it our or follow through on it. and why is that? What suggestions to you have on stopping it?
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  • v LOSING30TOWIN
    I only do exercise I enjoy so I have no problem with exercising daily. I hate exercise machine which is why I don't have a gym membership. Love to swim, walk, hike, dance so I do those activities. I don't see exercise as a chore but something enjoyable that my body now craves. The key is to only do what you like to do. As long as you are moving that is all that counts.

    Another thing that gets me going is that I gain weight very easily. When I lost my first 30 pounds I gave away the clothes that were too big. If I don't exercise and gain back the weight I would have no clothes to wear and I reuse to now buy any clothes over a size 12 which I am currently at.
    1444 days ago
  • v PEGASUS053
    Yes I agree with you lets do this together and win our goals. Ray
    1447 days ago
  • v KNEWMETODAY
    I'm pretty much in a corner right now, my weight not wanting to move much. Or, it goes up/down. Week to week, I'm not showing a gain. Day to day, I'm not doing much as far as exercise. Unless I want to stay here, something's got to change. Guess what? I think exercise is the key; I have to move more--and intentionally. Talking and planning don't burn any calories--or very few. I'll check back with you...both of us need to get a move on!!

    Kathy
    1447 days ago
  • v DOLLFACEDX
    I type up a checklist of goals for the day - including my workout. . .after a while I just get tired of not checking it off and then I do the workout.
    1447 days ago
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