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Well I Came Out With It...............

Friday, March 29, 2019

I hate the gym..I don't like to exercise either. I told my gym sister this morning.
She said you just tell me who does, she laughed so did the other peoples that was there.
At least I got it off my chest!!
Now I feel better!!!
I joined this in November thinking it going to come off alot faster than this, but no.
I didn't gain overnight so its not coming off overnight either....
So I walked my threadmill and happy with it.
Now I have added some planks, leg lifts, and other stuff but don't know what they are called but I had the best work out since I been going!! specially past two days.
Now since a lot of negativity is gone it feels like a different place,
When you have negativity in or around it , its drains a person out.
So now the person that was there is gone and I finally admitted how I feel .....I can do this!!!
I'm ready for my first 5K coming up April 6th and will continue my journey however long it takes...
Even if I am toning muscles as told by my gym owner too this morning..
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  • LINDA!
    Wow, you are doing a great job.
    550 days ago
  • GRANDEFILLE
    That's the spirit! we often expect to lose fast what took years to build up!

    Sorry to say I am one of the rare people who actually loves the gym. Once I'm there.

    It is all a matter of making small sustainable changes that will help you not only loose the weight, but not gain it back. Positive thinking is one of them!

    keep it up! you've got this
    551 days ago
  • JOANN25
    Not too many people actually enjoy exercising. You are no different than everyone else.

    I like the plan you have set for yourself and the fact that you have changed to positive thinking. Negative thoughts only bring you down.

    emoticon
    551 days ago
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