NO excuses! None!

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Apr 6, 2013 7:24pm

The key to getting fit and losing weight is discipline. This week I decided to rejoin a gym and restart my workout and diet routine. This is also the week I have my "lady friend", which cuases me to feel fatigued, get migraines, and overall feel really icky and lack energy. Last night and this morning I woke up feeling terrible. I laid down for awhile and while I don't feel great, I feel a little better. So I'm going to do the workouts as planned, despite how I feel. I'll get through them and probably lay down for most of the day afterwards, but no excuses! Anyone can work out for a few minutes a day, under any circumstance! You can do it!

06 Apr
Thats the spirit so keep it up like an egg girl
07 Apr
If you can muster the motivation to start, usually working out ends up helping me feel better after, cramps and stuff ease up a bit. Good luck!
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78 Posts
Apr 6, 2013 7:38pm
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Thanks for the motivation! I hope you succeed in your goals.

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58 Posts
Apr 6, 2013 9:33pm
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Don't give up.  Complete your goals, and be proud of yourself. Good luck
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34 Posts
Apr 6, 2013 9:55pm
via Android

Great attitude! When I started exercising three years ago I was recovering from an illness and was so weak I was finding daily activity challenging but I just started with ten minutes a day and built up gradually, and now I'm totally hooked and the fittest I've ever been. I still want to get a lot stronger and increase my endurance and speed but now I know it really is possible to make big changes if you just keep going :)

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