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The weather is not letting up

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

The weather is cold and rainy day after day. I hope we get to see the sun again before the snow arrives.
I haven't been able to walk outside for days. It gives me a chance to do the indoor walking program for 1 mile. Today I tried Zumba. It's fun - I can see why it's popular, but being a beginner at exercise after 2 years without movement, it's very, very hard. I've never been a dancer either, so I must be a site to see......a large body on two wooden sticks!!! I'm going to continue to try a few minutes each day....so what if I look stupid. No one will see me in the house and maybe I'll learn!
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    I have been wanting to try zumba, too, because everyone seems to love it, but I didn't want to go to a health club to do it and have everyone see how uncoordinated I am! Glad I am not alone emoticon I think I'm going to see if there is a DVD at the library I can try at home. That way I can look silly and nobody but the cats will see! I hope the weather gets better for you soon. emoticon
    1690 days ago
    Zumba...I am so uncoordinated! I have been known to dance wherever and whenever I feel like it! At my age, I really don't care! LOL
    1690 days ago
    Hope your weather improves! HUGS
    1690 days ago
    With "inside" exercise, my deal with myself is to "do what I can!" Sometimes, the warmup is too hard!! And even if it's cold and rainy, you might try bundling up and see if you can walk outside for just a few minutes. Sometimes even five minutes outside will energize me for an entire day! Keep at it in a way that works for you!
    1690 days ago
    Certainly you WILL learn. And have fun doing it. That's what it's all about...finding exercise that you like to do, that you want to do. It's the only way you'll keep coming back for more!!
    1690 days ago
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