Sunday, January 24, 2010

As i went to start my video for the bootcamp today my husband decided to work out on our workout machine in the same room. I have to say that part of me wanted him to leave the room. I really struggle with constant cardio because I have asthma and cant always go too fast, oh and I am not always too coordinated. I thought for sure he would say something, we tend to be a little sarcastic. So of course he did and I felt kinda embarrassed because I was struggling to do part of it. I was really mad at him but then I realized its my insecurities causing my hurt and how would he know unless I tell him how I feel. I quit doing the video, I told myself that I will do it later. Am I the only one who feels this way? I definitely need to work on this.

For the record, I did tell him how I feel and he apologized so thats good. Now if I could only fix my insecurities we'll be good.
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    I'm the same way. I think its natural for us to feel a little embarressed or shy around the people we are trying to impress (AKA our boys :-). Working out is also our alone time, so I'm sure alot of it is that you just want to workout and be able to make funny faces and noise without having to worry about being pretty doing it. When I have to work out around mine, I just tell him that I would love a few minutes to work out and I always add that I'm doing it to look hot for him. He's been great about it since I've approached it that way. Good luck sweetie~
    3065 days ago
    You know I have severe asthma, I take 3 inhalers every morning and night. Before I work out I take my inhaler and practice my breathing. Breathing exercises helps out alot!! Do as much cardio as you can a day. I noticed losing weight does help out with my breathing. Let me know if you want any other tips, I have alot. Good luck! emoticon
    3068 days ago
    way to go!
    3068 days ago
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