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a little shy

Friday, July 05, 2013

I don't really like exercising in public,gym,walking,ETC.....I don't even like exercising in front of my family.I try to get my walking and exercising done by putting in a Tim Hawkins video and walking laps in my house I have a pedometer and I walked two miles in my house yesterday,or sneaking to the bedroom to do sit-ups.It probably sounds silly but so far so good,I am terrified to buy a scale. emoticon Tracking what I eat seems to be helping too,Oh and lots of house cleaning.LOL
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  • KURS10B
    You know, I look at the "fat" people at the park walking and think "Good for you". I was one of them once. Doesn't matter how fast or slow you are, at least you are up trying. Thats more than you can say about a lot of folks. Don't let your insecurities keep you from doing things that are good.
    1712 days ago
    Thanks!!!!!So glad I found this site,starting to think I can actually do this emoticon
    1722 days ago
    I won't exercise in front of other people. So I won't go to gym or swimming. I do chair based execrcise in house, but can't walk far as I have a bad knee
    1722 days ago
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    1722 days ago
    i love the different types of exercise videos you can find out on the net via netflex.
    1722 days ago
  • JRAY864
    I know where you are coming from - I'm there. My daughter went to college so I (sort of ) turned her room into a gym where I can close the door. For out door walks, try wearing a hat that conceals your face.
    But please remember this... If you are afraid of what people think - all my friends are fitness freaks (long distance bikers, runners, kayakers...). They make fun of the people who sit on their butts and respect those who are out trying regardless of their condition. When you go out walking, you will be RESPECTED! emoticon
    1722 days ago
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