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Gimme 10

Monday, April 23, 2018

I just can't seem to get into an exercise routine. I want to change that. I need to change that. I still struggle with fatigue, but exercise may help that. I've got to push. Just 10 minutes. Just 10.

Find the strength to do this.

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    Hopefully you have found something that works for you!
    467 days ago
  • NANCY-
    Check out the Limited Mobility 30 Day Challenge. They had short doable videos. Don't let titles limit your options, you never know where you may find something that works for you.
    Set up a schedule, make an appointment with yourself. Sign up for a class. these are things that have worked for me.
    Hope you can find something that works for you.
    468 days ago
    I battle with fatigue issues too. Make sure your doctor has ruled out medical causes as much as possible. I’m using a CPAP machine and B12 supplements.
    483 days ago
    There is a Posting on the Shooting STARS team Called DANCING WITH THE STARS....

    Links to songs are posted on it.... Click the link you will be brought to the song.... GET IN A FEW OF THOSE----? Take breaks from the computer or whatever!!!! YOU CAN DO IT!!! I BELIEVE IN YOU!!!!

    HERE IS THE LINK::::::

    483 days ago
    Even if you can do just 5 minutes twice today Lori.... It will give you something to work up for.... I know marching in place is a great workout! But don't keep an eye on the CLOCK because that makes it go all the much S-L-O-W-E-R although it seems that way...

    I know you can do it- because only YOU can do it for you!!!! Please think about pushing yourself to get in even 5 minutes.... Because in the long run.... IT WILL HELP YOU TO FEEL BETTER!!!!! AND MAKE YOU HAPPY THAT YOU DID IT!!!! emoticon
    483 days ago
    I am right there with you friend! I know all the facts about exercise and advice that everyone always tells me. And I've even been to that point where exercise was a stress reliever for me and I enjoyed it. BUT I'm not there now. emoticon Right now it is a struggle to just get in 10 minutes. I get home tired and that is not what I want to do. emoticon So...I can relate. I understand. My advice is...hang in there. emoticon
    483 days ago
    You have many good ideas here from your Spark Friends. emoticon
    For some people it seems to be way. For many of us though it is hard.
    Exercise does help a person feel more energized . The body hums along better.
    Sometimes we think that exercise means taking lots on, devoting much time and energy.
    I think taking 10 minutes is a great start. Start what you can, where you can.
    Some strength exercises are quite simple. There are many things in cardio.
    Start small. If you find something you enjoy, that is even better! Experiment.
    483 days ago
  • 1965KAREN
    You can do it! Doing the relay this week has helped me! Turn on some music and dance around the house! Spring is coming, take a little walk. We are in it together! Set a time and make it a scheduled event like an appointment. We can do it! emoticon
    484 days ago
    emoticon emoticon emoticon here's five!
    484 days ago
    484 days ago
    You can do it! I hate going there and getting started. Once I am going, I am okay. Some tips - make plans to go with someone else, find something that you really enjoy doing, schedule it into your week. Best wishes!
    484 days ago
    I struggle with it every day. I do think I feel better when I exercise. Better sleep at night and less tired during the day. We can do this together!!
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    484 days ago
  • JOANN25
    emoticon I do feel better when I exercise but when I feel bad it just so hard to get started.

    Keep thinking positive and working at it a day at a time. You will be glad you did.
    484 days ago
    You can do it!!!!! Just aim for 10 mins a day...... literally get up, start moving and don’t stop until 29 minutes have gone by..... you can do it
    484 days ago
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