Hate it's TRUE!

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

It's TRUE!!! I hate it but it's true. Exercise DOES propel this journey to a new level. I guess I've just got to resign myself to the fact that exercise WILL be a part of my future healthy life. I guess if I include good food choices and drinking plenty of water then exercise will have to have a spot too in my life. I hate it, but it's true. emoticon
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    I am actually beginning to enjoy it as long as I walk outside. I HATE the treadmill! It's nice that my husband will walk with me too..first time in 33.5 yrs of marriage. I have a friend that is just almost addicted to walking...I want that to be ME!
    4391 days ago
    Find something that you like. Or if you can't make up your mind you could do a tri!!!! LOL

    4392 days ago
    Yep sad but true we have to make that room for fitness I hate it to but look at it on the bright side one we have completed for the day were done just keep it fun and you will soon love it!!
    4396 days ago
    Another light bulb moment, huh?

    Glad you saw the light, I've been doing so much more recently it's killin' me, LOL The exercise is good, and the stuff that I'm getting done around the house is great too.

    I've been logging what I think I do, but I really think that I'm on the conservative side of the tracking.

    Keep up the great choices that you are making.

    4396 days ago
    If you can find something that you truly like to do, exercise will be an important part of your day. I invested in a Wii and all the fun fitness programs that are available and it's just so much fun! Yesterday, I needed to take a rest day and every time I walked past the Wii I thought, "Oh, you can just do five minutes . . . ." How did I ever get to the point where I would say, "NO, you cannot exercise today!"

    Happy fitness!! emoticon
    4397 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.