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Wow- I am truly inspired by all of you ladies!
I am going to make it part of my everyday as you have. I have a spin bike at home and have recommited myself to using it if I am feeling like vegging at home instead of going to the gym.
I do however have the motivation as I have recently joined sparkpeople and I have been at the gym 4 days this week and am going strong. I can't lie that it feels so good to be getting my enorphins going.
I've exercised for 202 days straight - started with 10 minutes each day and now I do 40 minutes each morning on my stationary bike.
I haven't broke my exercise streak on my home treadmill. The least I have done is 20 minutes since July 4. I usually do 90 minutes.
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Welcome, 10 minutes is such a small part of our day. Sometimes I still find myself starting to make excuses but I'm learning to ignore that voice and once I getting started it's all good.
and good for you in trying to put your non existent commute into execrise.
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Hi Everyone -
I'd like to say hello, and I'm excited to be apart of the challenge!
This is a perfect goal for me. I have a tendancy to fade in and out of my work out routine. My excuses can range from too tired, too much work, or not enough time with my loved ones and significant other.
This time I'm going to instead create a positive habit by commiting myself to at least 10 minutes of exercise every day. If I can start small I will go far! I work from home now so I really have no excuse. I'm going to put my no longer existent commute time to good work!