BARBIE567

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Monday, September 07, 2009

I am still trying to talk myself into five minutes of exercise. I plan to do it before I leave for a meeting tonight. Everything in me is screaming nooooooooooooooooo pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeee don't make me do it! So far, I am within my calorie range, I drank 6 glasses of water and will get the other two in soon.
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  • YICHE12
    Do you know what I do when I do not feel like exercising, I just don my exercise outfit on and I have no reason not to go ahead as I am ready to work out. That is what I do and could work for you too.

    3861 days ago
  • COLLEENSBEACH
    Do what I do when the "gym like" exercises are unappealing. Turn on your favorite radio station and just MOVE to the beat of the music. Even "chair dancing" is movement. It's just a thought! Try it and I am positive you'll feel like you did 5 minutes worth of exercise!

    There was a lady on Oprah years ago....she must have weighed nearly 600 pounds. She finally made up her mind she was gonna START. She would take a kitchen chair outside (can you imagine???) and drug it to the sidewalk. She'd walk two steps, sit for a few minutes, and then take 2 more steps. Eventually she lost like 400 pounds or more maybe. Just by having the "want to" to move 2 steps at a time!

    You can do it sweetie. We're right here to keep encouraging you. Everytime you wanna say no, come in here and we'll all say YES for you!

    God bless,
    Colleen

    Now go find that radio! *big grin*
    3861 days ago
  • MARGBELL
    Go for your walk! You can do it! emoticon
    3861 days ago
  • MCCALI59
    Good for you. I drink at least 9cups of water bt 6Am. I take lots of vitamins and other meds. and I need lots of water to get them down. emoticon
    3861 days ago
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