Friday, November 08, 2013

My Treadmill is acting up again. I'm scared because I quit everything last time I had a problem with it. YES I am a one hit wonder! I stick with what I like and when things change I have a hard time adjusting. I need to think of things to do OTHER than my Treadmill. I have a recumbent bike but I don't like it. I don't like to go to the gym to work out either. I have my yoga dvds and pillate dvds. I guess I just need to know it's ok not to be on the Treadmill. I can do cardio other ways, like aerobics, boxing, jump rope, there are a lot of videos on here to do..... You'd think with all the articles I read I could just DO THIS but I'm having a hard time! I'm just frustrated I love my treadmill.
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    You are probably going through a bit of grief. So sorry this happened. You'll find something else. You found the treadmill, didn't you? emoticon
    1596 days ago
    sometimes it is hard to give up the familiar but perhaps your ttreadmill not working is a sign for you to change up your routine
    1596 days ago
    Aw, sorry to hear that! I hope it starts working normally for you. I'm like you, I get used to something and don't like change much, even though I know change is really good for me.
    1596 days ago
    I usually only use my treadmill when the weather is bad, or I need to get more steps in and it is getting late, I prefer to walk around inside the house, but the treadmill is faster, do not get me wrong, I am so happy that I have a treadmill, that is the only gig piece of equipment I have, I go to the gym 3 times a week, and walk daily, and this I love, how about walking outside a few days and see if that isn't just as good, I know I walk slower when I am outside, but I truly enjoy getting out, seeing flowers, birds and people,
    but I am also one of those who is not happy with any change. I think mine has come with age emoticon
    1596 days ago
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