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Lesson Learned?

Monday, August 10, 2015

Have I learned my lesson yet? That is the question that I need to answer. I have lost my mojo for exercising. How do I get it back. I need to just start back up again and I will regain the motivation. I have seen from past experiences that the more I move as well as eating well, all of that will help me lose the weight. I need to remember that always and never give up, because it seems like I get so frustrated after I lose so much and then give up on my exercising. I need to remain positive and stay strong, as we all do!
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  • SUSANELAINE1956
    I find that my MOJO comes and goes, and it always a bit of a surprise. The way I deal with it best is to find exercise I love, and just keep doing it even when it seems easier to skip it. I take several gym classes with a good friend, and that encourages both of us to go because we don't want to let each other down.
    1900 days ago
  • GARDENCHRIS
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    1900 days ago
  • GOLFGMA
    Try videos with a group. Sometimes it makes you feel more accountable. I use several on You Tube. There are many for walking, strength training, Zumba, dance exercises and etc. Just type in your interest and go for it!
    1900 days ago
  • GLMOM2
    emoticon Linda!

    Start out with small increments if you need to. 10 minutes or 15 minutes & then build off that.


    Try something new even if it's a new walking route ... I change that up from time to time so I don't get bored.

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    1900 days ago
  • no profile photo CD15668492
    Set yourself a time for exercise and stick to it. Message to self there too I think.
    1901 days ago
  • LINDA_ELLEN
    Thank Maddy - Good Suggestion, I will try...
    1901 days ago
  • no profile photo CD15563455
    I've totally been there! I used to like to run, but then got burned out on it. To get back into exercising, try doing something new that will allow you to continually challenge yourself (like I like weight lifting now). Or, ask a family member or friend to exercise with you to help you stay accountable.
    1901 days ago
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