most of what i can do now is walking - and exertubes for some strength
what i do not understand is 'your body gets used to what you do and you have change things up' - but isn't it still burning calories? why does the wt loss slow to a crawl or stop - just because you still walk the same route, distance and pace?
when people first start to exercise - they say ' just move' - then it all becomes very scientific, complicated and frankly discouraging.
i used to wt train, aerobisize and pilates - i was thinner then and much younger - but i never saw a huge difference in my body - it cost a lot for a personal trainer - but i had one for six months when i was a working person.
now it all seems as though i could have done a lot of cheaper stuff -
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| December SparkPoints: 69