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Interesting challenge I'd like to try...

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

This was posted by DETERMINEDBABE today:

"What if you committed to doing 15 minutes of exercise before you ate anything for seven days..... think about how that would change your lifestyle and thought process about eating."

Read the rest of her post here:
http://www.sparkpeople.com/m
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idual.asp?blog_id=5230296

I thought this sounded really interesting. (Dare I say, neat?)

I thought maybe I could give it a try. I thought maybe I could start off with 10 minutes before eating anything, since sometimes it seems crazy here before meals.

I'll let you know how it goes.

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  • DETERMINEDBABE
    Love that you joined me on this experiment....hope you get something out of it that will help you on your journey to a healthier you! Hugs
    1329 days ago
  • TAWANDA_IS_BACK
    Hmmmm now there's something to think about! And I do mean to think about....seriously, is an afternoon cookie worth 10 minutes of hard workout??? Not to me it isn't....and that didn't take much thinking LOL Let me know how it goes!
    1332 days ago
  • DESERTJULZ
    Now that's a clever challenge! I can see it at work (smile): "Oh those cookies you brought in look yummy! I have to go outside and run for 10 minutes so I can eat one!"

    Or, the boss walks into my office to find me doing 10 minutes of squats or pushups. "Hey Julz, what's up with the exercise at work?"

    "Hey Todd. I have to work out for 10 minutes before I can eat lunch." LOL!

    It might stop me from the 3pm 30-calorie bite of chocolate - that's certain!
    1333 days ago
  • MICKEYH
    emoticon let me know.
    1333 days ago
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