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Trying to figure it out

Friday, January 18, 2013

So it has been a while. Christmas is done, birthday is done, plan how to get into shape - very undone.
I've moved back home which means I'm not in control the same way I was before.
I'm going back to university which will mean going to town quite often but also an very varied schedule without a routine - not my cup of tea.
I will mainly have one lesson a day varying between ending my class before 12 o'clock to not starting until 3pm. I don't like running outdoors in the cold. I can't do it properly and it just feels heavy.
So I am for the first time in my life feeling like joining a gym. There are quite a few things I need to figure out first. Such as do I want it for a year or should I just go with 6 months or less. I won't mind running outside in the spring until late autumn. Basically if there is no snow. But I would have to do it in town which is fine as I'll be going there most days anyway. My boyfriend would like us to go somewhere where we could play badminton and tennis so it would be good if I joined somewhere where I could do that.

It's funny that I haven't been bothered but I just watched a video with a girl band and they were all wearing shorts. Really stomach is the thing most people seem to be concerned with and I was too but recently it's more legs and arms. I desperately would like to get rid of fat on my thighs to stop then rubbing together and then I won't ruin clothes that way. Arms are always the part of my body that I would like to be muscular.

Oh and I need to improve eating actual meals, often I can't be bothered so I eat cereal or sandwiches instead which isn't good. I think I'm still below 70kg which is good but I want to lose weight the right way. I hope to be able to lose quite a bit before summer.

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LAURENXX19 1/19/2013 12:22PM

    The college I'm going to have a rec center with basketball courts, tennis courts, swimming pools, indoor track, rock climbing wall, and all kinds of stuff like that. We get in for free for being students. You might want to check out if you university has anything like that or if any of the local gyms offer reduced fee memberships.

I agree about the arms and thighs!

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OLIVIANIGHT 1/19/2013 7:16AM

    I'm with you on the arms and legs. I've lost count of the number of jeans I've had to throw away because of holes in the inner thigh area.

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JULESJET 1/18/2013 7:42PM

    Does your university have a gym?
Most university gyms are free or reduced prices because of your student fees.
You might want to check that before you go for a conventional gym.

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HOTPINKCAMARO49 1/18/2013 7:11PM

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