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    SKYRIDER63   3,033
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Wednesday, December 05, 2012

I seem to be having trouble staying motivated. I hurt all the time and I know I hurt because I weigh too much. Then i get depressed and can't get moving because I'm depressed. It just seemsl ike a vicious cycle to me. I have found a buddy recently where I live and she and I are going to help each other out. i know if I would just drag myself downstairs to my basement I have all kinds of equipment there to work with. I used to love lifting weights, especially after I hurt my shoulder. I haven't lifted weights in months. I think for a while I'm just going to have to force myself to do it. I'm going to have to force myself to get it done. Maybe once I get going it will be easier to keep it up. It's not like I have to go anywhere to work out. I have all the equipment I need right there in my house. I even have a treadclimber. I'm going to have to find a way to use it again. I'm thinking if I just use it 5 minutes a day to begin with that will at least be a start. I keep saying that I'll do it tomorrow or on Monday, but I never seem to get there. It's going to have to be tonight if it's going to get done. I can't put if off anymore.

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AQUAGIRL08 12/6/2012 9:37PM

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FITWITHIN 12/5/2012 5:34PM

    Love my TreadClimber! Find an alternate workout until your ready to start using your equipment. When I feel like I'm in a slump; I put on some music and that usually will do it for me. You have to get pass it and allow the positive motivation out weight the negative. Best luck to you on your journey.

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CATTUTT 12/5/2012 4:33PM

    You're right, it's time to get started! 5 minutes is infinitely better than no minutes, so go for it! Hope you have a good workout.


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