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It's all up to you!

Friday, October 18, 2013

I did this post in my Leslie Sansone team, and thought a good one to share with all my Sparkfriends. Important to be active, and stay active!

I have decided because of conflicting reports on adding weights to a walk. To cut Them back to just mile 2 every other day. It seems to work better than most. I have been doing Leslies 3 mile walk now for a about 4 months every day. (I take a break every 2 weeks and cut it back to 6 days instead of 7) I am always changing it up. I believe what Leslies says during her walk that this type of walk is different and has lots of change ups in it. I have managed to lose over 50 lbs with controlling the food I eat, and this form of exercise pretty much everyday. So with my progress, I am here to say that you walk with Leslie, you lose those lbs. Work out your own routine and go with what suits you as an individual. It's all up to you.
Actually I don't believe in over exercising like the body builders and people like that. It's their profession. But I believe the everyday type can't go wrong with walking. And an occasional bike ride can't hurt either! Just have fun with it and enjoy!
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    Good for you!! Sounds Ike you actually believe in the 80/20 rule after all! Let me say one thing, I have lost 52 inches and 69 pounds walking and never used weights while walking. Don't need too in my opinion. Keep up the good work!
    1558 days ago
  • DS9KIE
    emoticon I like here dvd's too
    1558 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/18/2013 6:15:34 PM
    Way to go!!! I have one of Leslie's video and do enjoy it also. Keep up the good work!!!
    1558 days ago
    I'm a Leslie fan too! Some of her DVD's use bands, which I like.

    1558 days ago
    Isn't Leslie great? I like walking with her.
    1558 days ago
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