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Discussion in 'Slimming World Off Topic' started by louisedan, 26 June 2010 Social URL.

  1. louisedan

    louisedan Gold Member

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    I 've decided I need to exercise more and always have a perfectly reasonable excuse not to go to the gym.!!!!I have a treadmill, and lots of other stuff gathering dust in the garage-cross trainer,exercise bike etc.Anyway ,why do I pay (when i decide to go) for the gym when I have most of the stuff here already.So today I am going to dust off everything ready for transfer.
     
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    Angelbecki27 Loves to post!

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    Wow you're so lucky, I wish I could do that :)
     
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    Woo hoo! Sounds like a great idea :) we have a treadmill in our house that gets used every single day... to dump things on! Lol, it's seriously packed up with stuff, lifting boxes off it would be a weights session in itself! I'd love to have a cross trainer at home, I find them so much easier than the treadmill, and the only thing they need battery for is the screen display! :D

    Take a picture of the dining room as it is now and then another picture when you've made it into the gym? :) xxx
     
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    Oh talk about things collecting dust!! the last time i used my cross trainer was 2 years ago and i used to be so fit. Did 1hr daily now i've put on so much weight can't even think of getting back to it.
    Just started the cambridge diet once i lose a couple of stones ;-) i can dream!! I'll be back on it with a vengeance.
     
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    fillymum synful soul

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    Sounds brilliant !!! and no excuse if it is at home not to do it.
     
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    judimac Mad old Bat with Attitude

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    ATTA GIRL! (That was the excuse I used with my Wii :p)
     
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