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My workout goal for the last month was 60 minutes each day. What seemed like a good idea was a really big mistake. I ended up dreading it, never found the time, made excuses not to, and never did it. So I'm changing my workout to a much more friendly 20 minutes.

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Working out for 20 minutes a day is a better goal for me because I am not intimidated by it, can find the time every day, have no excuses, and its something i don't mind emoticon
- Submitted by K8HUTCHISON 9/14/2010 in Getting Back On Track | 3 Comments
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PROPMAN1 9/14/2010 3:46:00 PM

    Good for you! Setting a goal too high can lead to disappointment. Now that you've pared it down I bet you'll be doing just fine. Maybe in the not too distant future you'll be doing the 60 minutes. Peace.
TEMPEST272002 9/14/2010 4:20:00 PM

    I absolutely agree with you! I started by only incorporating changes I was fairly sure I could achieve. As I met those goals, I gained confidence in setting new ones. Before I knew it, I'm running, kayaking, hiking and feeling great! Start with your 20 min workouts & then re-evaluate each month. You'll be surprised at how quickly you get fit!
CEEG-ERRIFIC 9/17/2010 3:52:00 PM

    I think we all do this at one point or another. Great reminder tip.

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