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Day 4 of Walking for Exercise

Thursday, January 16, 2014

I'm tired! This morning's walk was really hard and I have 3 more to go today....only for 8 minutes each but.....my legs feel like two pieces of wood. emoticon

The plan says to walk every day, but I think I need to put in a rest day for tomorrow or I'll end up quiting like all the other times. Friday is market day
emoticon emoticon emoticon , I do have to do some shopping so I'll be slowly walking anyway.

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    Don't think of it as having to do three more today or four tomorrow...just look at each one at a time and tell yourself...just 8 minutes for now! I know you can do it, Jackie! Look how far you've come already!

    1620 days ago
  • PGHP31CK
    Suggestion -- maybe alternate days? do 4 - 8 minute sessions today and 2-8 minute sessions tomorrow. Work up to 4 in a day.

    One day at a time, one step at a time -- you CAN do this! I'm cheering you on!
    1620 days ago
    Take a day off, a rest day, proud of all your hard work!
    1620 days ago
    Apparently some people are not familiar with Market Day and how much walking you will do ! Plus carrying everything home Two things to considers - slow and easy , the Turtle always wins - if you need to rest , rest . Do you where walking shoes and do you have pads in your shoes ? For me that made all the difference - or do half of the walk in the first part of day then rest and do the second part of the day - Many times when I first started I would exercise in segments. emoticon emoticon Karen
    1620 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/16/2014 9:20:22 AM
  • ROX525
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    1620 days ago
    Just keep on telling yourself that you can do this. Visualize it in your head. It helps.

    Enjoy your rest day.
    1620 days ago
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    1620 days ago
    you are doing it....A rest day is good but just one!!!! lol....
    1620 days ago
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