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I've Become an Exercise Junkie

Monday, January 20, 2014

emoticon My husband says if I ever drank an alcoholic drink, I'd become addicted, so I don't drink. But I have become addicted to exercise since I've discovered how good it makes me feel and I really
miss it when circumstances, like bad weather prevent me from getting my usual daily walk or snow causes Jazzercise to be cancelled. So, today was a beautiful day, so I took full advantage of it. I started the day with 30 minutes of yoga, then 60 minutes of Jazzercise, then my husband and I took a nice walk around our neighborhood. I feel like a million dollars now. However, the weather forecast says its going to be very cold the rest of the week and we'll possibly have some snow. Therefore, I'm planning ahead to get my "fix" of exercise. I can still start the day with yoga. Then I'll walk over to our community center, where they have machines that exercise your arms and legs. Then I'll do a new exercise DVD my daughter sent me for Christmas. Hopefully, I feel just as good during the bad weather as I do now. Wish me luck!
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  • GAYEPB
    That's the best kind of Junkie to be! I am on that drug myself, it is the best high of my life when I do a DVD or go to the gym. I feel like I can move mountains.
    846 days ago
  • NEW-CAZ
    emoticon Keep it up!
    994 days ago
  • HUSKERLAND3
    This is great. Keep it up
    1051 days ago
  • BESCATS
    An exercise junkie is certainly better than any other kind of junkie. emoticon
    There's always a way to squeeze in some type of exercise, and a "rest" day isn't bad either. You do fantastic, and if it makes you feel good, keep it up !! emoticon

    1052 days ago
  • MJREIMERS
    Good luck, but I really don't think you need it! You'll make the best of it and squeeze your exercise in there some how! Keep it up!
    1052 days ago
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