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11/4/10 1:53 P

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Welcome, it is so frustrating to be hampered by asthma when exercising. I hope you find some relief. My doctor tells me to always use my inhaler before any form of aerobic exercise. Occasionally, I forget and I sure notice the difference.

Kay from Tennessee



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11/4/10 10:30 A

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Hi, everybody! This morning I had to cut short a personal training session at the gym only halfway through because I felt another asthma attack coming on and I didn't even have an inhaler on me (well, at least not an empty one . . . :( ). On the way to the house, in between gasps, I thought, "There's gotta be a SparkTeam for that!" So the first thing I did (once I could sort of breathe again) was to boot up the computer and do a quick search, which of course led me here.

I'm excited about this team. I'm sick and tired of the fact that every time I start making giant strides at getting into an exercise routine and start feeling good about my body, I have to quit due to respiratory issues. I look forward to gleaning from the group and hope I can wind up having something to contribute, as well. Hope everyone has a wonderful week!

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