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Discussion in 'Strugglers and Restarters' started by leanne69, 4 July 2010 Social URL.

  1. leanne69

    leanne69 Full Member

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    hey all
    i normally comfort eat big time but i am trying i do quite well food wise. my problem is i cant exercise.. i just cant do it! i try n try but i just give up :cry:

    what help u??

    xx
     
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  3. **FairyCakes**

    **FairyCakes** Member

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    Never mind formal exercise, just start walking. Get yourself a quality pedometer, like an Omron from Amazon, and start counting up your daily steps.
    Not everybody likes a gym or wants to be involved with one. I own my own treadmill and exercise bike, but when I am in the UK, I go for miles and miles of walks in those quiet country lanes.
    Give it a try.
     
  4. fatbunny

    fatbunny Silver Member

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    i walk to and from work every day covering 23 miles a week. i find this is enough for me.
     
  5. Faustina

    Faustina wants a dancer's body.

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    Just eating good food and watching the calories.
    Do you have a neighbour with a dog that could do with a walk, or a local dog shelter needing dog walkers? Otherwise just walk yourself or with a pal, plan a route on googlemap and measure the distance. Alternatively 2000 steps is a mile so you can count your way there. You just have to do it 3-4 times a week, a good long walk and you'll feel the difference. Good luck!
     
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