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10 wk challenge/gym decisions

Friday, December 14, 2012

For a little motivation kick a few wks back, I decided to join a holiday challenge. It has done started and my motivation is seriously lacking ~ sorry teammates. So today i called a local gym and got some prices. The gym is 30 miles away which i drove that distance to the gym before moving up here so i personally see that as no big deal. There is a gym in town but it doesn't offer childcare so i foresee that one more of a waste of money because i would never get to go... oh decisions decisions. I'm a libra and i love balance, and right now i feel like i am so out of balance that i think a gym with a strong routine would help. Now to convince the hubby!!!!!!
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    That's such a tough decision! The gyms in my town all require walking up a big hill to get home... which, sadly enough, is probably a big enough thing to keep me from going often. This fall a group of people in my neighborhood has been getting together to exercise, which has really helped, but it's always hard to find the right balance and motivation! (I'm a libra too!) Good luck- you will figure it out!
    2016 days ago
    I've been looking into gym memberships myself. Just trying to save up the money to pay that start up fee. Though personally I'd rather leave my little one with a family member than a child care. I've had some less than positive experiences with day cares when I was little.

    Remember the first week is always the hardest. Trust me I'm having a rough start as well! emoticon
    2016 days ago
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    I never thought I would want to exercise around other people but I joined a gym that only does classes and I am totally in love with Zumba and another class that is seriously just like a dance party. (And I'm not the worst dancer anymore either XD)
    2018 days ago
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