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
I know how it feels not to be able to do exercise because of the sedentary work I do at the office. I usually get home late at night so that really leaves me with no time for exercise. But I came across a really good article lately and I would just want to share this with everyone like me http://forums.webmd.com/3/diabetes-exchange/forum/1924?pg=6 View Thread
I had knee surgery recently and was worried about not being able to work out for such a long period of time. I found that, by just monitoring my portion sizes at meals and cutting out all of the snacks throughout the day significantly helped me maintain my weight. Also, even though I couldn't do cardio, I continued to work out using weights and by doing core exercises. I was amazed to see how much those exercises actually helped me get through Physical Therapy quicker which meant I was able to get back to my normal gym routine faster. It's all about working with what you have!View Thread
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