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Welcome Cazbraz, to a great team with lots of ideas to assist the new wheat-free life style. Go easy on the running and be good to the dog. Your best friend has a hip bone trait in the breed that is called hip dysplacia. www.peteducation.com/article.
You be sure to get a cool down and a must for the dog, too. And watch for any signs of limping.
Remember the harder you push now means you must continue to push or change up exercises on off days or the weight will not come off as easily. A plateau will find you. I loved jogging with my dad and the family dog when I was in high school. Another full block of cool down never stopped a good conversation. It re-enforces to talk test ruling of the pace should not be grueling. You should be able to talk without losing your breath. www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness
You may want to talk about vitamin “D” with your doctor. Sunshine helps cholesterol turn into vitamin “D” and a good smile. The amount of “D” you used to get may be compensated and add more joy to the run endorphins you knew well when you were younger. www.vitamindcouncil.org/
Edited by: MARGIE100%PURE at: 7/23/2010 (17:03)
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I love being outdoors as I grew up in S Africa. Been back in England for 24 years but still miss the South Hem way of life that good weather allows. I started fast walk/jog 5 weeks ago and have lost 10 lbs!!! Have a long way to go, and have been fat since I was 7 - so 34 years!! I have a high wheat and maize intolerance so that makes life a bit more awkward, but enjoy cooking and we never eat ready meals. My kids are 6 and 11 and my hubby could do with losing too, but as he's 6'4" he gets away with it. He's promised to start running with me on holiday next month!! I love animals and have a large german shepherd who loves coming walking/running with me, so we're good company for each other. He's 5 and one of my best friends! I'm confident that I'll be able to succeed this time with Spark to keep me going through the tough times. Good luck to all other losers too!! Caryn xxxx
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