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4/25/14 1:41 P

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Have you tried Zumba? You don't need any dance experience to follow the steps. It burns a lot of calories and is fun.

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4/21/14 7:05 P

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I'm not that crazy about exercising. Since the weather is getting better and spring is trying to show itself; I'm out doing my walks.

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I am a book worm, much prefer the quiet curled up corner of my couch - book and tea... But that is not going to make me lose the obese BMI dot on my health chart.

So I talk myself into it, and keep talking myself through it. It sucks, it's hot, I am sweating, and it hurts - but I want more from my life then living vicariously through characters in books.

I have on my motivation board Scotland, New Zealand ... Places with rolling hills I want to walk! And I will go and see them for myself --- if I get my unfit self closer to achieving my goals, by getting on that treadmill - one icky step at a time.

It's never going to be something I love to do, I have no competitive spirit - but it is something I am going to love the result of! Pull up my big girl panties and get the job done. emoticon

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I don't like exercising, but I do it anyway. Every day I try to talk myself out of it. I do it anyway. And then when I am done I have such a high, it is wonderful

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3/26/14 12:34 P

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Part of growing up is accepting that you've got to do stuff you don't necessarily enjoy simply because it's better for you.

Having said that, when I first started exercising I disliked it because of my lack of energy. This, too, improved once I began making exercise a habit.

Walking is really the best exercise to start with. It's easy and requires very little energy/effort but still yields results.

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3/25/14 6:28 P

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I think exercise comes under the category of "you HAVE to do it, until you WANT to do it". While you are learning to like it, you can do things to make it more appealing like exercising with a friend, or buying cute workout clothes/shoes, or doing something you already do or like, just at a higher intensity - like dancing, or walking. Also, you can try listing everything you think you hate about exercise, and challenging yourself on each reason. If you don't like sweating, schedule your exercise for a time where you can reward yourself with a nice shower afterwards (because sweating is great for you, so you shouldn't avoid it). If you are worried about how you will look, find a class where it is mostly people older than you because they just aren't as worried about silliness like that, so are less likely to judge you. Exercise is a great thing to teach yourself to love, because there is no substitute for healthy activity.

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3/25/14 1:46 P

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There are plenty of ways to stay active without participating in conventional exercise. Gardening and yard work are great. It you don't have a big yard help others. Biking, playing with your kids and sports can be fun too. Walking around the mall window shopping, strolling through the farmers market are also fun.




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3/25/14 10:39 A

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I joined my gym back in 2007 and I still don't like to exercise. At least, I don't like it before I go or while I am working out but I do like it when I am done. I sign up for a class at the gym which motivates me to go and I wake up early so I can get in an hour before the class starts and warm up by walking.

Walking is the one thing I do enjoy doing so when the weather is nice I am out there for hours!

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3/24/14 11:34 A

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I don't know if I like it or not! I find myself loving it once I FORCE myself to do it! So for me, lack of motivation to start is the key. Once I make myself do it I feel good, have more energy, sleep better and do not crave food as much as when I just guard the couch! My body is grateful! I also suffer from bad knees and pain in every possible joint in my body but when I exercise regularly the pain miraculously fades away and I feel stronger.
As many sparkers mentioned before, I guess doing it anyway is the best thing to do.

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3/23/14 4:05 P

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I don't like it either, but I see the weight coming off, and I know I sleep better and overall feel better. I found that not pushing myself too hard works best - I started slow, and have built up slowly over time.

I have been walking on the treadmill since October...and it's still not a habit, nor do I like it. I don't want to do tapes, and I don't want to go to classes....but, maybe all these things will come slowly. I still just don't like it. but when I'm done, I like how I FEEL....so I am focusing on small steps and long term benefits.

I am also finding "buddies" which helps to work out with!

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3/23/14 1:17 P

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Just do it. After a few weeks, you'll start to enjoy it.

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3/23/14 10:31 A

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I love walking for exercise butt sometimes I not in the mood to walk butt I do go



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3/23/14 10:28 A

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I hear you. I THOUGHT I didn't like it either. "Exercising" even that word brought back horrible memories of gym class where I was THE ONLY person who had never played ANYTHING or ever been on a team, or even to a game, of any kind! I was the ultimate indoor girl. That whole memory makes me cringe, even now!

So back to the present. I would like to talk to you, as if you are someone I just met and are sitting next to me. I would suggest you just need to expand your idea of "exercising." I know exactly what you mean, but maybe, just maybe, you just haven't discovered something you DO like!

For me, it was a revelation to discover dancing. Not the ballroom type, but putting on some music and letting the music dictate my movements. And walking...that counts!
And lots of other things, one by one, I learned to embrace. But that was YEARS ago...when I started discovering, I DO LIKE TO EXERCISE! And that changed my life!

Now, my (new) friend. If I might have a little more of your time, I want to tell you something that helps you keep track of all that wiggling, walking, whatever you do all day--even housework, and the calories it helps you burn, just by being active.

At Christmas, I received a Fitbit Flex, and it has really helped me. I was having trouble losing, due in large part to some disabilities and medication. (See my Sparkpage, if you like.) Anyway, the Fitbit tracked my movements, (and non-active times, too) and helped me pinpoint how much I could safely eat without gaining. Then I could tailor my caloric intake. I have recommended Fitbit to lots of friends at the gym, who have more to lose than I do, and they keep thanking me for speaking up. The best part is Fitbit links up with Sparkpeople so you only have to enter your calories once. If this makes no sense, you might need to read more about it.

Anyway, someone told me once to quit saying certain things, like constantly repeating I didn't like this or that. So I quit saying I didn't like to exercise. I started saying "I enjoy being active." And eventually, I did. It was groundbreaking. Does that make any sense?

Here's wishing days of discovering something YOU DO like. It's out there. I really hope you open yourself up to finding something that makes you feel even better. Because being active does that--even if you never lost a pound, discovering you do like to move makes you feel SO MUCH better!

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3/23/14 9:23 A

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I love walking and hiking, but I probably wouldn't even run if something were chasing me. I'm just not meant to be a runner, I think.

And - It's probably already been said, but you might like yoga.



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3/23/14 8:02 A

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Well, I don't either. I just bought myself a Proform convertible bike and gave up my gym membership. Seems the pool fumes got to me and I suffered from some weird upper respiratory thingy for months. The company has a variety of affordable equipment. Bought mine through Amazon as it was "on sale/clearance." They tried to sell me some "extras" such as warranties and something called IFit but I declined.

Hope this gives you some ideas and a place to start. :)

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I have heard doing housework is excercise too, stretching when you dust around the house, windows cleaning, hoovering, do some squats excercise and stretching at same time. Hope this helps.

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I read books or walk in a mall

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3/23/14 12:48 A

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I don't like exercise either. Used to love squash and played regularly, but that was 30 years ago. Like the idea of walking tapes. THANKYOU for this suggestion. Walking is painful for me, one knee replacement and another to go. Arthritis is awful, but many others are worse off. Have lost 6klg prior to joining, and with Sparkle's help will keep going. Once again thanks for the suggestion. emoticon

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3/21/14 11:17 P

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I read for upwards of an hour every night, and I have done so my entire life. I always just curled up in bed or on the couch with a book or my computer, but then I realized I was not helping myself by sitting constantly. Now, I read just as much, I just do it on the treadmill. I dislike doing aerobics videos or stereotypical "exercises," but walking an hour every night is pretty beneficial in lieu of a more strenuous activity.

I agree that thinking of something as "exercise" makes it less appealing.

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I've got to say I think it's the TERM exercise. While I know that cardio is very important, I think that just MOVING is the key. Instead of parking in the closest space, park out at the edge of the lot. It's little things. And when you make one small change, the others follow.
When I joined sparkpeople, I began looking for things I did that were really exercise. Up & down stairs to do laundry...I just added an extra up & down for each load. Pushing the grocery cart...I push a little faster. Instead of avoiding the things that work my muscles a little more, I LOOK for them. In this way, I am exercising, but I don't have to call it that!



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think of an an activity that you have ever enjoyed and get moving, it does not have to be long or intense to be beneficial

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Find something fun that you like to do that is physical and don't call it exercise.



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3/21/14 12:46 P

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I swear by Leslie Sansone walking DVDs. You can choose 1 mile to 5 mile. There are many variations- with weights or stretchie band. It is more than walking. The benefit is that you can use them any time, they are low impact. She always gives an easier version and just encourages movement. I too have bad knees and back and an arthritic hip, but I find the more I move the better these things are. Exercise helps with movement and lessons pain so I consider the benefits are fitness,weightless and a happier body. emoticon

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It is hard to just do it anyway because i suffer from arthritis pain in my knees, back, neck, hip and elbows.



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I like to exercise but am sometimes to tired for it. At least that's what I tell myself. Cause if I just do it, I feel better. Every time I run my nutrition chart I'm lacking in protein and carbs. It is not intentional but I just can't seem to eat enough. I'm trying to figure out how to eat more cause I think that's why I'm so tired. When I figure out how to eat more carbs and protein I'll let y'all know.

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Just go do it anyway. Small steps will get you where you are going if you just keep on keeping on.

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There was a time before MS when I really enjoyed exercising. Walking, whether outdoors or indoors with Leslie Sansone was one of my favorite things. Now I ride my recumbent bike while watching The Little Couple or the hoarding show, or Biggest Loser. Something I've recorded so I can fast forward through the commercials emoticon I only watch while I ride, so it's an incentive. It's just one of those things (like flossing your teeth or going to work) that is necessary and beneficial. Just go for 10 minutes and work up to more. I have worked up to 40 minutes, but often do 20, but more often.

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I hate exercising and getting sweaty. Leg workouts are my least favorite of all!! I do feel amazing after I do work out though and that is my favorite thing. I love how I feel about myself and I always take showers afterwards and that just makes me feel awesome.

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I don't love exercise either but I do like the way it makes me feel. Exercise in all forms will make you feel better and you will also sleep better at night. Added bonus.......makes your clothes fit better. :)



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I don't exercise. I enjoy a walk in the park to see the scenery, I go geocaching, I shop in the big stores, I play in the pool, I dance, I play the active video games, but most of all I don't exercise.

Find things you enjoy and it's no longer exercise. That dreaded exercise is not something you need to do to lose weight, the fun active things you do will help. That being said, moving around helps you gain energy for the day which is why I take that walk in the park in the mornings. You don't know what you enjoy until you try.

An excuse is just a challenge to figure out how to do something different.

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I do like to exercise once I can make myself do it. I like the way it makes me feel (endorphins and all). but still because of the harsh winter I haven't done it in quite a while. Walking is all I can do these days bc I hurt my knee and as I age, recovery time is months at a time. I hurt it last time playing tennis which I love. Now I struggle to find other exercises that I can do, cant do Zumba or volleyball, or softball, or elliptical now bc I am scared I will reinjure my knee. So walking it is...

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I don't like to exercise. Never did and I am afraid I really never will. However, I do like to walk so I sneak in extra steps by doing all those things you read about. You know, walking down stairs (up hurts the knees), parking further from the door, choosing to make several trips to put away laundry and groceries, etc. I wear a pedometer and my SPAT (SPARK Activity Tracker) and before you know it I have logged 1 to 2 miles by just doing the every day. Of course, for cardio, I do a brisk 2 to 3 mile walk in the park or at the track. But you don't have to start big, just a few extra steps a day add up to big returns.

"NOTHING changes if nothing changes" Remember, while looking forward to reaching your destination you need to enjoy the journey.

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I tend to put myself into situations that require doing exercise outside of working a fairly physical retail job.
Like for instance, my car is currently in the repair shop and I live 1.61 miles from work. Instead of getting a ride, I alternate between walking and jogging there.

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Thank you Rachelle. Great ideas. emoticon

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Another idea is going to ur local Walmart or Target, get a basket and push it around the store two or three times. That's an easy way to get in a bit if exercise. U can do it!!!

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Try leslie sansone, a one mile walk. U stand in place and march. Just do 15 minutes three or so days a week. I can't say that I love exercise but I love doing my part in controlling my health, I love doing my part to be here for my three year old grandson, and I love feeling good. There r some forms of exercise that I like better than others like walking and listening to music. I am the biggest procrastinator and excuse maker there is but I realized that procrastination and excuses were both making and keeping me fat. U don't need space to exercise, u don't need a large neighborhood either. If u have room to stand, u have room to march in place. Just try it for a week, u will be so proud of ur self!!! I have had sooooo many gym memberships that I didn't use. I finally realized that the gym wasn't my thing. I already had exercise videos so I started using them within the comfort of my home. So now that's what I do. If u have access to the internet or the public library u can get free leslie sansone videos. The one mile one is very short, like 15 minutes. Richard Simmons is also another great place to start. It's for beginners of all shapes and sizes. U can do it, one pound at a time.


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What do you classify as excersing though? It doesn't have to be shedualing in time and pushing till you are out of breath. Find a place around your area that is nice to walk to or around, preferably somewhere with a incline or hill, and go there a couple times a week. Work up a sweat getting there then reap the rewards of the veiw.

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I really do not like exercising. If my husband doesn't take the dog for a walk, I will but only because "Jazzy" has to go. emoticon I do not like being obese either. I do not like being a diabetic on insulin either. What do I like? Singing if I don't have to go anywhere; emoticon playing any card or board games; watching tv; helping family, shopping...I have a lot to be thankful for. I was in a wheel chair almost 5 years ago, emoticon so you would think I would be motivated to move. emoticon this time!

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i hate exercising but i hate being fat even more. emoticon



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You say "if I go to the swimming pool I tend to relax and not swim". Have you tried water walking?



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You already have a few things you know you like -- or, at least, dislike less! Focus on those.
Another possibility might be Tai Chi. It's slow and controlled, more like a physical meditation. There are good DVDs available.

But, if you're feeling that you must exercise for weight loss, you can relieve yourself of that notion!
Exercise is very healthy for your cardiovascular health, and for some specific health concerns. As a weight loss tool, it's mostly ineffective. It will help you tone your body, and improves your general mental outlook... but the idea that you can't lose without exercise isn't valid.
I've lost a lot of weight (so far), and I'm in a powerchair. "Exercise", for me, is just getting up now and then. Hardly qualifies as exercise. I can't even do the chair exercises or arm exercises.

Don't beat yourself up about the exercise. If you can incorporate a bit more walking, such as parking farther from stores, great. If not, nevermind!



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i love what you say about variety of exercise, but, (and i may be rationalizing a bit) i live in a small town in a small neighborhood in a small house. i have not one inch of extra space to put in exercise equipment of any kind and heaven forbid i should jump around or turn in a circle. i'd kill myself falling over the table or bed or something.

we have no sidewalks and not what i consider safe enough to go out walking without needing dog defenses. there is no mall. if i joined one of the churches i could walk there inside their community hall. there's a park i could walk in. and i did join the local gym for a while but they don't cater to a 65+ crowd.

with all of that, i am not motivated. i park at the far end of the grocery store parking lot. walk around my yard. think of reasons to bend and stretch. in the summer i do the yardwork. but it ain't enough and i know it.

i am sure if i got out of the funk i might actually overcome one of the obstacles, but for now i do what i can.

just venting. i just wanted you all to know it ain't always easy to exercise or find a way to exercise more than just doing stuff around the house.

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I can't imagine!! I have been exercising since in my 20's and I will turn 55 shortly.


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I have to tell myself "just 10 minutes" to get me started. Also, hubby and I have a "deal" that if I exercise right when I get home from work, he'll cook supper while I'm doing it. That's my motivation!



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The key to loving exercise is variety. Nobody loves doing the same thing ALL the time. If you get tired of walking, try bike riding. If you don't want to walk, do resistance band training or yoga. Try aerobics or Jazzercise. If you get tired of swimming laps at the pool, take a deep water aerobics class. Try golf or tennis. Join a softball team this Summer. You can try hiking instead of just walking. Cross country ski or snow shoe in the winter. Try walking different routes. You can join a walking or bike riding club. Exercise should be more than just a chore to accomplish. It should be a fun learning experience.



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I have fallen out of love with exercising. Yet...

I want to cultivate my love for fitness. If you believe you can make love grow, you can make your love for yourself grow, and that involves nurturing your fitness. Simple, right?

I literally just started Mommies Who Love Fitness tonight, and would love ya'll to join up!

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I was the same way, I didn't like to exercise. I am trying now very hard to just make it a habit and actually as I see the scale go down, I am excited to continue exercising.

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It would take me almost 2 hours to get in 10,000 steps. Usually get at least 5000 though. housework is good exercise, scrubbing floors especially. I'm getting ready for spring cleaning...washing windows, going through closets, washing my car. It helps to put on music while cleaning up.

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I agree with you about walking. I always say the best I ever felt was when I started my day with a mile and a half walk. But I had sidewalks and a safe community with no charging dogs. I don't even have a mall closer than an hours drive. I try to walk as much as I can but it is so disappointing to read the pedometer as t the end of the day.

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KIDALOT - It's true, you won't get to 10,000 steps unless you go for a walk. Unfortunately, housework and shopping-- even though they sap your strength -- don't create as many steps as it seems like they should. Walking is excellent exercise and can become really enjoyable, but you have to overcome the obstacles. There are no sidewalks where I live either and our weather is lousy. But walking burns fat, raises your metabolism, and builds the muscles in your legs and your core. At first it's boring and exhausting; eventually it becomes a joy and it makes you feel good. Totally worth the hassle, IMO.

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10,000 steps a day???? gotta be kidding. if i stay at home and do normal activities all day - dishes, clothes, sweeping - i am lucky to get 2000. if i go to work - and that means parking the car in a parking lot and walking back and forth or if i go shopping, i am lucky to get 4000. i would have to make an effort to go walking - here where there are no sidewalks and i can't when it's cold anyway - to get 10000 and even then, that amount seems incomprehensible. i will say that if i have my pedometer tight against me it doesn't count.

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do functional activities that burn calories

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Is there anyway that you can move enough to get in 10,000 steps a day because if you can than a formalized exercise program might not be necessary. But you do have to move and the more you move the less tired you will be.

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What are some general activities that you like? Going for walk, taking a ride on your bike, taking a dance class, playing w/ your kids at the park are all considered forms of exercise. Find an activity that you like that causes you to be up and moving and start there. If you are going to the gym, start w/ lighter weights and then as you build strength move up. If you hate running, get on the elliptical or stationary bike. The best thing is for you to move.

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Consider going for a walk. That is a form of exercise.



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To make exercise fun and something I look forward to I do something while I exercise that I enjoy...options for me...read a book or talk to a friend who is also exercising while I ride my exercise bike....go walking or hiking or biking with a friend of my DH so we exercise together...listen to my favorite tunes or watch a TV show while I exercise on my treadmill or exercise bike or twister board...I also put my exercise in spark right after I am done and enjoy getting sparkpoints for my effort and share what I did with my team mates who often cheer for and encourage me. Hope these ideas help you. Smiles Barb
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STPMOM, sounds like a good way to exercise and get your son into the habit at the same time! Sounds like it made the rest of the evening go well, too. Yay for you!

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Good for you STPMOM. You just got to get up and get going.

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ok...took your advice. Got off work at 4:30, helped my son with homework for 30 minutes then talked him into going for a walk at the track. I walked for 19 minutes...got my mile in. Yay! I took him home and then left for . I take a college class on Thursday nights. I was very attentive in class and not tired at all. Now class is over, I'm relaxing with a cool cup of lemon nonfat yogurt...life is good. Thanks for the encouragement.

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What if you don't like exercising? Do it anyway! I know it's easier said than done, but do it anyway. Use the power of your will to push your body over the threshold of where it doesn't want to go.

Within a few weeks you'll find exercise isn't as difficult and boring as it used to be. You start to see results and start to like the feel-good hormones it releases in your brain. You start to think, "Hey, my legs look pretty good in these slacks!" In fact, last night I had a revelation: I actually kind of LIKE exercising. This is extraordinary. This is coming from the ultimate couch potato. If I can experience that kind of transformation, I believe anyone who can move their muscles in some way can do the same.

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POSITIVEHOPE, I like your response to this topic! That's one great way to overcome the mental barrier to getting out and walking. Thanks for sharing some positive energy!

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I have never been one of those people who "needs" to move and be active, unlike my fiance (who grew up to be an athletic coach). However I have learned that while my mind doesn't need exercise, my body sure does. I am currently unable to exercise much due to a broken foot and ankle, and my back is very painful with all the sitting. I am doing some stretching and crunches, but they do not hep as much as walking, swimming or other sustained movement. I never thought I'd hear myself say this, but I cannot wait to get back to my regular exercise routine!

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I remember when I was in my 20's I used to lay in the LR floor and work out while I watched TV. Now I just sit in the recliner and watch...I rode my stationary bike every day for a week, then got lazy. Now it's been a week without it. whisper a prayer for me to get motivated to move!

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once you get doing it, it is a high, you feel great!
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I'm not a huge fan of exercise, but I go to either Planet Fitness or my work gym and sit on the bike and read my kindle. I don't work super hard, but I do sweat and manage to put in an hour at a time. And a few times the book was at a good place and I kept peddling. Tonight I did 75 minutes to finish the book. Hey, whatever works, right? emoticon

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That could be a thyroid problem.



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you are doing awesome though!!!!...how long did it take you to get to the 150's mark?

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Start slow. Most of the time it's trial and error, but there is a workout that you will like.

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It's hard to get into exercising when you have not done it for so long and are so overweight and out of shape. I started doing the 4 minute tabata workouts. Check it out, it's on youtube. Research it, it is really great.



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Sometimes we don't like things that are good for us. I have always had a hard time making myself eat freggies, but I keep trying them and have found some new ones I like. I have never enjoyed sweating or running, but since starting SP if I don't break a sweat I don't feel like I've worked out, and I now really love how running makes me feel(I still hate it when I am doing it though). Just keep trying until you find what works for you.

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I know exactly how you feel. I hate exercising, in fact at school (which was all of 10 months ago) I always failed gym because I refused to "dress down" i.e get into sweats and a tee shirt just to stand on the sidelines and do the absolute minimum (and sometimes less than minimum) to exercise. I've always loved to rollerblade and ride my bike around though, so when I went home, I always just did those.

It's definitley hard to think "I can do this, I am going to like how I feel afterwards", but like the previous poster said, it is a sort of "Mind-over-Matter" thing. Find something that you don't see as being exercise and do it! You mentioned you can walk 15km, well, maybe next time you go out to walk, try walking for 18km or 20km. Anything that you do that involves not sitting on the couch or at a computer desk is considered exercise! Hell, even typing at your computer or turning a doorknob burns SOME calories! You just gotta think positive! emoticon

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Your mind is more Powerful than you think. I now love the way I feel after I exercise. It clears my mind, I feel just great! Whether its Zumba, Boot Camp Class, or the Elliptical at the Gym. As you get older, Exercise is not about liking or not, it's something I need. And when I see that neighbor man is his 90's running, then I am even more motivated!!!


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Why deny your body what it needs? Do you treat yourself when you do good at work or school? Even when I'm tired and don't want to workout, I still do it because my body deserves to be healthy and fit for doing everything that it does for me on a daily basis. My body allows me to live, to breathe, to learn, go to school, work, hang with friends, and enjoy life. Working your body out for 30-60 minutes a day is nothing compared to the hours, days, months and years you and your body get to experience. :)



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Anything that gets you moving is exercise. Dance, play with your kids if you have them, walk, hike, swim. Just don't sit on your butt. Wii or Kinect work too.

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Do it anyway. There are plenty of things we do whether we "like" them or not. Do you wait to brush your teeth, pay your bills, do your laundry, or mow the lawn, until you "like" them? Of course not. You do them because they are necessary to live well. Same thing with fitness. When you understand that it's really not optional, you can get out of your own way and do it.

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I always hated gym class in school. Maybe it was the silly gym gear we had to wear. After we retired we joined a gym. We exercise on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays weather permitting. I live in Ohio so it doesn't always permit. I walk a mile on the walking track, walk two miles on the elliptical, and work out on seven machines. It is more fun to exercise when you can talk with friends that are made at the gym. On the other days we usually walk the dogs if it is not too cold or too snowy. We have been going to the gym for seven years. When we are traveling we walk. That is easy to do in National and State parks.

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I hate exercise but love activity i.e. walking, hiking, biking, swimming. If you have an activity you enjoy...go for it!

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Just walk.
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Hate, loathe and despise exercise. Went for a 1.25 mile walk today. Pretended that Jesus called and asked me to walk with Him. Couldn't say no.
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Get together with friends, that share the same goals that you have, and do something together. Arrange to do an activity that you all enjoy.

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Try finding something that you enjoy doing and doesn't make you feel like you're actually exercising. You wont expect results and when you get results from something you love doing it feels great!!

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If you don't like exercise don't exercise. Just move. Think about it; good times, for most of us, involves some type of movement.Walking, running, dancing, skating, swimming, making love; more than likely something felt good. Find some sustained movement that you enjoy, and enjoy the movement of your own body. A little every week will leave you wanting more and the more you move the better you get at moving. Enjoy! Don't exercise. You may want to exercise later-- baby steps.

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Getting a pedometer was what did it for me. I've always been a walker and after losing about 30 pounds I decided it was time to start moving. Never a big fan of exercise or going to the gym I figured I could do this. I got an Omron that not only tracks steps, but aerobic minutes (have to walk briskly for at least 10 minutes), calories, and miles.
I worked up to getting in my 10,000 steps and 30 mins of aerobic steps - rarely do 30 mins at a time and will break it up in 10 - 20 minute increments during the day.

Now I not only am committed to walking, but don't feel good when I don't.



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