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Water Aerobics, Anyone?

Friday, January 11, 2013

I've been sidelined from doing much in terms of exercising because of yet another flare-up of back pain, as well as chronic knee pain. Tonight I decided to make a plan B, so starting tomorrow, I'm going back to water aerobics. I've done it two or three times in the past, but not in the last three or four years. I checked the class schedule at my gym, and lo and behold, they have a class tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. AND childcare!!! Talk about having NO Excuses!??!

At 43, I am far too young to be dealing with the kind of aches and pains That I have. I know for certain that my weight is the cause of most of it. Water Aerobics is really easy on the joints, and will be good for my back as well. I've been seeking God in many areas of my life. Very recently, I handed this issue of my weight over to Him, hopefully for the very last time. I believe the convenience and proximity of the water aerobics is just the beginning of the interceding that He is going to do on my behalf during this journey.

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BYRNZYSPOSSY 1/11/2013 11:24PM

    I LOVE WATER AEROBICS!! and its twice the caloric burn sometimes, Its amazing how you feel, how you actually "HURT" when its all done *in a good way* cause your muscles are truely engaged :) so, go at your pace, then when your good and ready, take it up a notch, then another. You seriously don't realize how much you are working out... until you wake up the next day and it hits ya :)

SO.. With that!!! PEE before you get in, Bring an extra towel to step on at the changing area, and relax knowing.. you got childcare :) (mine isn't free, and so I have to bring my kids with me and make up my own routine now but we are all getting healthy LOL ) emoticon

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