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Did better today

Thursday, February 07, 2013

I did alot better today. i actually got up off my couch and exercised. I could only do 8 minutes but those 8 minutes are better then none at all. I am feeling pretty good about myself today. emoticon

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ACCEPTINGME73 2/12/2013 1:04PM

    Girl, 8 minutes is fantastic! You got up and decided to push yourself, that's emoticon

I think a minute a day increase might be too much add 2 minutes next week or after every 14 work outs. That way you don't wear yourself out and are too tired from the day before. Small steps.

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    Every little bit helps! You'll be surprised how fast your endurance gets stronger. Just do what you can and the rest will come! Congrats!

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CHERRYCOW 2/7/2013 9:18PM

    I've seen a lot of people here strive for 5-10 minutes of exercise per day. Maybe you could do 8, or however much you feel like for the day and gradually build up. You build endurance faster than you'd think. Just keep trying your best and remember not to push yourself. You'll get there, and as you said any activity is better than none. Pat yourself on the back at the end of every workout.
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STUDLEEJOE 2/7/2013 8:19PM

    emoticon even baby steps are steps in the right direction

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MACHOL 2/7/2013 8:06PM

    Good for you!!

Keep posting so that we can continue to encourage you!

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THOMS1 2/7/2013 6:30PM

    8 minutes is a great beginning. Now if you can add a minute everyday you will be fine. The more you exercise the better you will feel. emoticon

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