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Lazy Day

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

It has been a beautiful but lazy day for me. Today, I didn't spend as much time on the SP site and as a result the consequences were not as favorable. I was not as enthused to exercise as yesterday. I made a mistake when I didn't stick to my plan. I tried a couple of different 10min. workouts instead of the ones I did yesterday. I didn't have much energy it seems. I think I did like 3-5 minutes on each video before I was off to doing something else or simply watching the rest or the video. I know, terrible, terrible Me!

I made a couple of "You Tube" videos which I enjoyed doing, however, I sit on my "tush" doing those. I'm also considering making a few videos to inspire others to join me here on SP. The evening is yet young, so I think I'm going to stop here and get in a bit of floor exercise. I think I like creating my own exercise moves rather than following the videos. No ones know better than I my level of toleration. It just seems I can never keep up and their idea of low impact which is still challenging to me. It only proves how out of shape I really am.

I will keep my head up and feel great as long as my body is in motion. I will loose these pounds! Whoo-hoo!!!
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  • BEVEL1
    Thanks for the tip. I will do just that take it slow and easy. There is a saying "no pain; no gain" but I also want this to be fun. I feel anything fun helps to make the mission more feasible. I would love to do low impact walking then progress to power walks for my "body in motion" routine. Any ideas to make if fun?
    1167 days ago
    It pays to start slow and work your way up to the faster paced exercises. Don't get discourages and never give up! emoticon
    1169 days ago
    1169 days ago
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