Walk in a mall or big box stores so it is more interesting than a treadmill. And it's free! You can do it in any kind of weather. Some malls open early for walking groups. My nephew lives in Rockville, and I believe there is a nice mall there. You'll get out of the house, and your mood will lift. Exercise also increases brain power and alertness. Good luck.
For the last two years I was totally exhausted when I got home from work. After I cooked dinner, it was all I could do to stay awake until 8:00 p.m. I often fell asleep in the sofa watching T.V. I thought I was just getting old. I went to my doctor because of a tick bite he did a complete blood workup and discovered that I was really anemic. I started taking iron pills and within a couple of weeks I noticed I was not tired in the evening anymore. I also noticed I could get out of bed more easily in the morning and I didn't have to have a latte to get through the day. I wish I had gone to my doctor sooner. Don't just assume you are getting older.View Thread
try to get someone to workout with you, this will help with accountability and you have to go so you don't let the other person down too. Both can motivate each other. Try to set a goal for twice a week for one week then move to 3-4 times a week. The more you do the more you will be motivatedView Thread
In my experiance If you are recieving shin splint, it is caused from running hill toe, rather that flat footed. I went from not runnning to running marathons in 2 years, and a lot was to do with proper stride. And Vibram barefott shoes really helped me. Even ran the 26.2 in them.View Thread
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99% of all diet soda contains significant quantities of aspartame, a chemical that confuses our bodies and is associated with unhealthy diets and the inability to lose unwanted belly fat. I was once a Diet Dr Pepper addict, consuming 10 cans a day. I stopped cold turkey by switching over to drinking brewed tea. I now sweeten my drinks using Stevia or Truvia, a natural sweetener (made from plants) that contains zero calories. I have not had a diet drink now in over 5 years and amazingly, have not missed them one bit!View Thread
Find a training schedule that works for you and stick to it. Don't run more than it tells you even if you...
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Find a training schedule that works for you and stick to it. Don't run more than it tells you even if you can. Just because you can doesn't mean you should. Your body needs light days to be able to recover from and prepare for the big mileage days.View Thread
I was told so 6 month ago, and then I just want to try for a while. In a month, I reduced 5 lb in weight without doing any additional exercises. After three month I lost about 10 lb. You can find more details about what to eat as breakfast in the following link. Good Luck!
Well a month ago I weighed in at 218 and today I am 209 now only if my leg would stop hurting so I can get back to exercising and loss more weight , it really felt good that I could do these exercise and they are working so I came to share the video with you! Hope all is well...let me know how you guys are doing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoZsTarI9uAView Thread
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