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''I Walked Off 60 Pounds in the Comfort of My Home!'' *

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    Thanks! You look great and your life experience is very inspiring.
  • Wow! Great Job! I have Leslie's DVDs sitting in a box. Time to break them out and get moving. Thanks for sharing your story.
  • Thanks for look grerat. I have Leslie Sansone's tapes, but have not use them in some time. Your story has given me the incentive to dust them off and get moving.
  • Thnaks for sharing ! Your article is encouraging. I just started Leslies's dvd again. I enjoy them moe tis time around.
  • Good job. I am sooooooooo PROUD of you. You have given me the motivation to go out and buy one of these DVD's to use at home. Whenever I could find the time to walk, I would go to the park and walk 5-6 miles at a time. But because I'm always on the go, that was few and far in between. This is a great idea becuase I can get my walk in in the am before I leave as well as in the pm when I get back home. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
  • Judy, you definitely were my inspiration today. I love walking,but Phoenix is too hot to do it at the time I have available. I will walk with this DVD (it is embarrasing to say I own it , but I have not done it. ) . Thank you for giving me the push I needed it.
  • What a wonderfully inspiring story!
    Congratulations, you look wonderful! Very inspiring!
  • this article was very motivational for me...I own many of Leslie Sansone's videos and I am a fan...I'm a new mom and it has been very challenging for me to get up in the mornings to workout...but you have motivated me...
  • What a super approach, Judi!

    I bought Leslie Sansone's "Walk at Home 5 Day Slim Down" DVD a couple of months ago after seeing her on a TV talk show. I learned long ago that making exercise as convenient as possible helps my willingness to do it, so I figured that this sort of program would be ideal for me.

    Did Day 1 exactly once, and then, um, well, um...didn't do it again. It wasn't that I didn't enjoy it. I quite like her approach, actually. I just wasn't doing *any* exercise to speak of.

    Having recently moved weight loss and fitness back onto the front burner in my mind and joined SP, I just dug out the orphaned DVD and did Day 1 (a 14-minute mile without weights) again.

    When I logged on to track my activity, I got curious and did a search for "Leslie Sansone," which is how I stumbled across this article.

    Your approach--alternating for variety--is clearly a smart one. Fortunately, since this DVD has 5 different mile-long workouts on it, I think it'll keep my interest until I can get some of the others. To start with, I'll try your recommendation, and alternate the Day 1 walk with the Day 5 Speed Walk.

    I'm also planning to add some yoga to my activities, so I appreciate your recommendation about how to incorporate that as well.

    All the best on your continuing journey!
  • Your advice has completely turned the excuse factory OFF over here! I was feeling very discouraged that my legs were the only part of me that felt different after weeks of Leslie Sansone's program. I know now that it can work with just doing this and a few other exercises. I know that I don't need a gym membership to get slim again! Thank you so much!
  • Fantastic. I appreciate you letting everyone know how you accomplished you goals and the challenges you had in doing so. I have back problems and I have found Leslie Sansome to be the best work out routine for me as well. I watch it on television on a fitness channel on cable and use 32oz water bottles as 2lb weights. I will get the DVD's and alternates you mentioned and build a fitness library with small equipment later. It is definitely on my to do list.

    I have only stretched at the end of Leslie's 3mile walk. After reading your story, I realize that I need to add Gaim’s AM and PM Yoga to my workout, I think I saw the DVD’s at the library. I went outside and Sun bathed today. I went to the pool when it was empty. I guess I am hiding out too! Thank you for your honesty. I feel like my body is under reconstruction and I just want to be private but I don't have to hide. I will start responding daily to my Spark Team and use the sites resources. You have inspired me. Have a great day! Love and Peace to you and yours.
  • Great job Judi!!! Thank you do much for sharing this with us. Thank you also for the information and motivation you have provided. I really apreciate it! Keep it up and take care! :-)
  • Judi - your story really inspired me. Thank you for posting it. I, too, have MS and although I can often do high-intensity exercise, sometimes walking is the most rigorous activity that I can manage. It's good to know that walking is enough.

    Thanks again and congratulations on your success!
  • Judi, what a fantastic story! Thank you for sharing. I often feel like I have to get myself to the gym to get an effective work-out but your story is proof that you can work out at home and just walk to get results. Thank you - you look amazing!

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