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Friday, March 22, 2013

Time is Biggest excuse
Lack of energy
I know when these excuses hit me ,if I would just get my shoes on and do 10-15 min that would be huge. I know consistancy is the key. Just have to put it into action.

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LIZINVA1 3/27/2013 9:41PM

    Barb, You are so right. You just need to do something. We think that we have to do a major workout or it doesn't matter but the truth is, you just have to do something every day.

I lost the bulk of my weight doing no more than one or two miles a day and now I think I have to do so much more but on days I can't, I am going to remember your post!

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DIANE7786 3/22/2013 11:17PM

    I had the same problem. A few years ago i started writing "exercise" and a time in my calendar at the beginning of each week. It helped me think of it as an important appointment that I'd never consider cancelling. Sometimes it's a chore to get started but I've never finished a workout wishing I'd done something different with that time.

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ANDI_3K 3/22/2013 11:10PM

    Do you have stairs in your home? If so you don't even need to put your shoes on? Just run the stairs at your leisure!

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WHITE_MOCHA 3/22/2013 10:17PM

  Totally know how that is. If it's not one of them it's another. But in the end, if I would just make myself go exercise I won't regret it!

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