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Working out....

Thursday, February 07, 2013

So today is day 3 on this challenge at work. Since Tuesday I have worked out each day... I even worked out 2 times on Tuesday. Yesterday I went and checkout the gym in my communities clubhouse. We have lived there for almost a year and this is the first time I set foot in there. The only issue was I got board fast with the treadmill and the elliptical. The good part was as I was walking into my house my neighbor was walking in too and we got to talking about weightloss and wanting to make changes and I think we are going to be at least for now working out together one time a week. She is a runner and I am so not but maybe I can learn to be (MAYBE).
Looks like things are looking up this month... I usually stop in February for one reason or another. My goal is to make though this month, get into a routine with exercise and start to really look at what I am eating...
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  • v MENOPAT
    This is great news that you are motivated and gettting in a routine with your exercises! I'm proud of you! Even better that now you have a buddy to work out with. This is what I'm missing... Where I was living before, my friend and I would join' classes together and I miss that.

    I remember you asking for snacks a couple of weeks ago and I find this! It is going directly on my fridge! You should check this out.

    http://www.sparkpeople.com/
    resource/nutrition_articles.asp
    ?id=1792




    1235 days ago
  • v BASKETLADY13
    Don't give up. If you're bored with the treadmill and elliptical, find something you do like. Try yoga, zumba or some other form of activity. Maybe even just walking around the neighborhood. Anything that you like is better than nothing. Keep up the good work.
    1235 days ago
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