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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Yes I complain I don't have enough time but I have mindlessly watched a few TV shows. My reason- I was to tired to do anything. Poor excuse. Missed my energy booster time. Tonight will be better..
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    I keep light weights in the cabinet under the television. I work out for a half hour while watching a favorite show (if I haven't already worked out) -- walk in place, jog during the commercials, do a few exercises with the weights, some Zumba dance steps. The light exercise actually helps me feel less tired.
    1930 days ago
    We are all guilty of not doing what we should. But we just resolve to do better and put our resolve into action. Be strong and go forward.
    1930 days ago
    Well, sometimes your brain needs to rest; it's not always your body that's tired, you might just had enough of thinking too much. That's my biggest problem with exercise; it gives me too much time to think, and if I have a problem, sometimes it makes it worse. So, watching a mindless television show or doing something else that's not really productive might still help get your brain some distraction. Don't beat yourself up over it, just don't make it a habit. Every now and then, some down time is important. Just get back into the exercise routine as soon as you can. Good luck!
    1930 days ago
    Yes, today will be better and sometimes resting is ok. Maybe next time aim for doing something during commercials if you think you'll regret not moving at all. Have a great day!
    1930 days ago
    You can always walk in place while watching TV, if you miss a day's workout.
    1930 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    Be what God Has saved You to be, and do what God has saved You to do. God Bless YOU! Vic.
    1930 days ago
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