Sorting Last Post on Top Message:
GZELLEFRO SparkPoints: (88,974)
Fitness Minutes: (74,876)
Posts: 4,930
4/7/13 9:31 P

I agree with what Coach Nancy said. I try to add just one new thing until I have made it a habit. Then I add something else. I get burned out when I add too much at one time. Look at the big picture. Make your changes for life and it won't matter if you add them all today or a few at a time. emoticon

SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (0)
Fitness Minutes: (112,042)
Posts: 46,222
4/7/13 9:26 P


Just remember the number one reason people give up their exercise routine is trying to make too many changes too soon. Remember too that healthy living is a life-long journey so being consistent with your activity will get you to your goals. That said, don't forget that strength training is important, too, but as you are starting out, it is OK to stick with what you know you can do and then add as you go.

Coach Nancy

ANDREAS510 SparkPoints: (4,504)
Fitness Minutes: (2,050)
Posts: 50
4/7/13 9:23 P

I am trying to figure out the best way to create an exercise program from my home that I am able to do but one that will also meet the needs of my body as well. This is my plan so far, please tell me if I should add something or do something different.
On Monday, Wednesday, Friday mornings, I am doing Biggest Loser Weight Loss Yoga.
On Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday mornings, I thought about doing the 20-minute Fat Blaster Video.
Every other day I will also walk the track for 1/2 hour or do the weight loss workout on my elliptical machine.
Do you think that I'm covering all of my bases or not?
Thanks so much for your help!!

Page: 1 of (1)  

Other Fitness and Exercise Topics:

Last Post:
11/23/2016 12:35:14 PM
2/24/2017 3:25:00 AM
4/12/2017 8:04:43 PM
4/30/2017 6:50:08 PM