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If you have a day where you feel completely unable to follow through with your normal routine, then just put in a couple of minutes of one exercise and later another exercise. Even the smallest effort gives a boost to your morale.

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    great idea - even fitting in yoga move here and there. I am going to try this!! - by NCARRADICER
  • emoticon - by HYATTI1
    Agree - by SCOTLA
  • Excellent idea. The minutes add up and you get the benefits. emoticon - by FLRED12
    good adivice - by RASIRE
  • Good! Thanks for sharing - by LEANMEAN2
    Thanks for the encouraging word - by BANNERMAN
    Thanks - by AMANDACOETZER
  • JACKIE542
    I agree, and once you get started, you may continue on with your regular routine. - by JACKIE542
  • Will DEFINITELY remember to do this, because I feel like a slug if I don't complete an entire workout. I have stairs in my home I can use; walk to library 15 min away, do 10 min on a programmable dvd. Thanks! emoticon - by GINGERVISTA
  • Great idea, I try everyday to at least walk for an hour and over. - by AMBER461
  • Everything helps - by LYNCHD05
  • So simple & steps add up to 1 giant step. - by LEMON2012
  • I do this! My schedule often only gives me 10-20 minutes breaks throughout my day. So I'll do jumping jacks or jump rope etc. for 5 minutes when I can. - by KDSTAP
  • You are so right...It keeps you from feeling defeated!
    Go get some work in!!! - by CHERYLSBUTT
    true - by WHERERMY62KEYS
  • Very good idea...and it is true! - by PYNETREE
    Great idea most of the time once I start I end up finishing. - by MITCHARVEY
  • Agree! :) - by DEBBYNATION
  • awesome idea - by CMORISAK

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