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Get In Your Workout Every Day

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We all have crazy days when our schedules are tight and we don't have the time for our regular workout. Be flexible. Focus on what you CAN do, not what you can't. If you can't fit in your usual 3 mile run, maybe you can still go for a quick walk and then stretch.

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  • Thanks for the reminder. I was sick for the past two weeks and I was unable to exercise and I really miss it. But as soon as I am better I am sure to get out there and exercise . - by AMBER461
  • Thanks for sharing - by LEANMEAN2
  • SHANNONY84
    I need to remember that my workout is very important! - by SHANNONY84
  • Good posting, And yes I was going to add do what you can something anything is better than nothing. - by CHRIS3874
  • emoticon - by COO_KIE
  • GARIANNA1
    SO TRUE...

    I RECENTLY GOT A NEIGHBOR WHO DID NO WALKING AT ALL..SHE HAD EVERY EXCUSE IMAGINABLE...DOING IT...

    SPREAD THE SPARK TO OTHERS ALSO....REWARDING! emoticon - by GARIANNA1
  • Your right. Always do something even if it's not your full program. Once you miss a day or more, you lose the momentum emoticon - by DONNELDA22
  • I agree every little bit of exercise adds up. Something is definitely better than nothing! - by GWINNER1
  • LCRUMLEY81
    thanks for the reminder - by LCRUMLEY81
  • Thanks try to do as much as possible. - by NASFKAB
  • PICKANYNAME
    My motto regarding exercise when I'm in a schedule crunch: SOMETHING IS BETTER THAN NOTHING!!! - by PICKANYNAME

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