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Not in the mood, but I did it anyway!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

I am ever the procrastinator when it comes to working out. I can always talk myself out of doing it. I hate the whole sweating thing. lol It's just icky. It's kinda like the whole chicken and the egg thing. I don't want to work out, because I don't like to sweat, so I don't which means I don't weigh what I should, thus causing me to sweat lugging the extra pounds with me all the time. Did that make sense? lol

Well, tonight was going to be one of those night, but I was watching some tv and I saw my gazelle lurking and taunting me from the out of the corner of my eye, and I finally relented. I put my son to bed, and climbed on and said, I'll just do a mile or 15 minutes or so. Well, I wound up feeling great, and did just over 2.5 miles in 30 minutes. Yes, I did sweat. No, I still don't like it. I know some people say it's great, but I just know it's just not for me. But, I feel good that I did get some workout time in. I've been eating well within my calories, so I am feeling good.

Maybe one day I won't mind the workout so much. I do like my gazelle. It is fun. It's just that whole getting on it thing. Ha!
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  • SHERYLDS
    Love you sweat analogy.... So True !
    3369 days ago
  • MICHCLEARY
    Way to go! How about joining us on a virtual journey on the Twilight Challenge team? maybe it will help you if you have a goal to get somewhere and some others who are tracking their miles as well?

    Visit our message board at:

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    Hope to see you tracking with us soon!
    3370 days ago
  • BRANDTSGIRL
    I'm glad you did it! emoticon
    3370 days ago
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