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Make It Fun!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Hi everyone, had a so so week, gave in to a couple temptations, but didn't go over-board!
I found my exercise routines were getting a bit boring, so dug up some old music, and started dancing my way to fitness, what fun, turn the volume up, and just let loose! Chubby Checker's the Twist is my fav one ! Gives that waist area a real work out! I also added a few new videos to work out to, Nicole has some good ones for us older gals lol!
I have been checking out some new recipes also, guess the secret to sticking to this is some variety, one gets bored with the same old thing every day! I am learning to make this journey fun, something to look forward to and not something one has to force them selves to do each day..
Healthy food and a little exercise is not a lot to expect for the rewards it will bring you.

So come on let's make this journey a pleasant one, something we can work with everyday!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:

    Good song to exercise to. How about some Chuck Berry? You have to move when you hear his music.
Variety adds spice to everything in life, including this healthy lifestyle. So shake it up!

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CHINAGAL 9/22/2012 11:18AM

    Thinking of you dancing around the house made me smile! Have a great time.

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SLIMMERJESSE 9/22/2012 9:55AM

    Good reminder. Thanks!

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LOVESLIFE48 9/22/2012 9:53AM

    I love your attitude!!! And I love to dance!! You are doing awesome my friend!! emoticon

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JERZGURL_NAN 9/22/2012 5:46AM

    I'm all for exploring new ways to avoid "boring". And twisting to ChubbieChecker isdefinitnely a great start. FUN is an excellent plan

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ARNETTELEE 9/22/2012 5:31AM

  Great going!

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