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I'm sorry to hear that your doctor won't let you work. Does that include part-time and volunteer work? I think it's good to have a reason to get out of the house. If you can.
What do you feel capable of doing?
I have heard of people who when they started could barely walk to the end of their driveway and back, and yet with consistency they gradually improved more and more bit by bit and they are losing weight, getting healthier, and are able to do more and more.
I will admit that when I started Curves a couple of years ago, it seemed a lot to just get on and off the machine within 30 seconds, never mind do a dozen repetitions. After a couple of years I quit because it was too easy, and the management was telling me to go easy on the machines!
The key, I think is to take it slowly and just build bit by bit.
Bustin' that Bulge on a Budget!
"Be not afraid of going slowly; be afraid only of standing still." - Chinese proverb
Hi ! I an lesa and I need to lose weight a surprise I have always worked and now because of health issues , my doctor has not released me to go back to work. When your home alone and don't have very many friends its hard to get motivated.. Now I am here and I want to get to know others that strugle with this issue .