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exercise OMG!

Saturday, January 19, 2013

I went to a RNY support meeting today come to find out it was a meeting to help you start your exercise program. An that's what they had use doing EXERCISING!!.. I knew it was time for me to start, but I didn't know how much work it was..lol. I got through it well, but when I got home I took a shower and then a nap, when I woke up I was in so much pain, I couldn't even move my fingers or toe's...lol. I had to take a few tylenol before I could get up. I'm not going to let it discourage me though.
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CORTNEY-LEE 1/20/2013 4:56PM

    Welcome to your new addiction!

Seriously, once you get into it you will love it!

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BHAYES218 1/20/2013 1:27PM

    emoticon Everyone for your support!

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CHYNNA81 1/20/2013 10:39AM

    No pain No gain...unfortunately...remember the surgery is just a tool. You must do ALL the work to get results. Glad you will stick with it. Go girl!

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STLSUE01 1/20/2013 9:06AM

  Right now, I'm taking Aleve and Advil for really, really bad pain in my upper inner thigh, like where the joint is. I suspect it's the groin muscles complaining at all of the walking I've been doing.

I don't push myself hard. I'll be fifty in March and I'm obese and I'm beginning to feel some ... restrictions. I don't think they're limitations; I think as I become fitter, and weight comes off, the restrictions will ease and I will regain more range-of-motion and can thus do more.

I do love the wow-I- can-actually-feel-muscles-being-use
d feeling I get from excercising, but it won't do me any good if I hurt myself and can't exercise at all.

Keep going. Add a little more to yesterday's success -- small steps will still get you where you're going.

Another thing to keep in mind, I think, about small steps: Like everyone, I love, love, love, those great honking drops in weight on the scale, but I know from experience that those drops slow down. If I solidly build my new habits, I can lean on them when things slow down and I feel like nothing I'm doing is right.

You've got a great start. Be proud of who you are -- there's no one like you -- and what you've accomplished.

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LADYGSC 1/20/2013 12:14AM

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