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TLAMON Posts: 11
1/30/09 2:47 P

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What I have to do is just get up, and go out side breath some air.

I will start with 10 Min's on the tread mill, exercise ball, or our total gym.

Even if I feel tiered, or bad it helps me get the day going.

Now I have to admit that my back has made the exercise impossible the last couple of days, but I do look forward to doing what I can when I can.

This is where diet becomes important. If I am eating healthy and not laying around eating my self to death if I miss a day or two it won't be as counter productive.

Just remember if you feel a burst of energy or feel like you can force one, jump right in.

NIK30GOAL Posts: 20
1/30/09 9:13 A

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That's what I do. I'm always tired and a lot of times, not feeling that well. I can't get motivated to exercise...

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TLAMON Posts: 11
1/27/09 12:29 A

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Staying active is very important in our lives with IBS. If you lay down and feel sorry for your self you will find your self chained to that bed of self pity. It gets really hard some times, but chin up tomorrow is a brand new day.

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