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Exercise, Exercise, Exercise

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It seems like when I feel the least like exercising (depressed/tired/stressed) I get the most out of it. I always feel much better after I've worked out. emoticon

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  • Agree! - by LEANMEAN2
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    I just said the same thing to my Hubby !
    We just finished walking indoors at the mall.
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    Within 10 mins of walking, I was feeling TERRIFIC !

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    for the reminder

    We CAN do this, People !
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    LOVE, PEACE and BLESSINGS !

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    - by FRANCES-AGAPE
  • BANNERMAN
    Thanks for sharing. - by BANNERMAN
  • Yes so true. Thanks for sharing, - by AMBER461
  • I have never said, "man I wish I hadn't worked out today". - by SJKENT1
  • CJOHNSTON2001
    I have alot health issues,COPD,and all that goes with it,lots of breathing problems,I feel the same way,just got to push ourselfs,every little of exercising helps,way to go emoticon emoticon - by CJOHNSTON2001
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  • RAESUN54
    I also agree with your statement. Though there are times I just don't want to get out of bed in the morning due to pain/depression, etc. But, I remember a promise I made to myself and I slowly get up, have breakfast and do some sort of exercise. I try to aim for 10 minutes but end up doing at least 20 minutes a day and sometimes longer. Thank you for sharing.

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  • PEACENCARROTS
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  • VAINVT
    I agree. I call exercise my "happiness pill" because it lifts my spirits. - by VAINVT
  • I still reckon the best workouts are the most reluctant ones too, you get more of a sense of accomplishment and like you said it's mood enhancing emoticon emoticon emoticon - by NEW-CAZ
  • I agree, when I really have to push myself to get on the treadmill, I always feel so much better after I have completed my workout. - by LATTELUV
  • KALATHIA
    You know what? This is absolutely 100% true! At least it is for me! More than half the battle is just getting started, but once I'm moving, look out!!! And afterwards, I feel good physically and mentally, as well as being proud of myself for the effort. Thanks for pointing this out! - by KALATHIA
  • Yes! So true! - by SAMCAKES
  • I agree! Even though I don't want to exercise, I try to remember the feeling I get afterwards...it is so awesome! Also, when I exercise regularly I sleep really well!
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  • I agree. many times at the beginning of my exercise session I dont feel like getting started but by the time I'm through I've had the best session of the week. - by ROPATTON
  • I absolutely agree--making the right choice to overcome depression, stress, etc. through exercise causes those feel-good endorphins to burst out of those negative feelings. Pushing through all the stuff builds confidence to stay on track! Thanks for posting this great success secret!!! emoticon - by JANEXA
  • JMPLOVER
    I agree. it is a great stress relief after I am done exercising - by JMPLOVER
  • CONNIE1-11
    i always feel good after exercising too - by CONNIE1-11

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