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LHISABOE
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Starting is the hardest part.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

It's a little frustrating to face challenges that I never had to face before. My new job limits my free time. Dance cardio hurts my knees-never happened before! I'm bored with the elliptical at my ugly, un appealing gym. However, I can't ignore the negative impact of inactivity on my life any longer, most notably...I feel like crap, I'm not sleeping, and I'm cranky. In the past, exercise has positively impacted my life, however, I'm having a TERRIBLE time getting started!! Today I'm committing to taking that hard first step. I may fail. I may not get started. But my goal is to keep trying until I do, and then stick with it. So many things are out of our control...this is COMPLETELY within my control!! It's up to me. Wish me luck!!
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  • v WILSON1926
    Now that you've started remember this...............IF YOU HATE TO START OVER, DON'T QUIT.

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    1313 days ago
  • v LHISABOE
    Thanks for the encouragement!! Great to have such support :)
    1313 days ago
  • v KANDOLAKER
    Yes, you are in the driver's seat and best wishes with your workouts. You can do it. (Just a note on my personal experience, my knees used to bother me when I exercised - but I now take fish oil tables and Glucosamine/Chondroitin supplements. Of course, I'm no doctor - but they were the secret for me.) All the best!
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  • v DWROBERGE
    You only have to start once. Keep focused for success. You can do it. Go for it.
    1314 days ago
  • v WELLNESSME09
    One step at a time! emoticon

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    1314 days ago
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