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LOVEMOUSE82 SparkPoints: (3,788)
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3/28/13 11:06 P

It sounds like you are doing just fine. Two hours an evening is more than enough exercise to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and I don't even think it is necessary to do it every single day. There are spark videos that have 10 or twelve minute quick cardio intervals. I love those when it is a day that I'm not running.

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HUNNA13 Posts: 180
3/28/13 6:10 P

With traffic/commute, it takes me about 45-50 minutes to get to work, but I also work second shift (3:30pm-12.) I usually go to the gym after work because it isn't crowded, and I still have some motivation leftover. I have a desk job, so getting up and moving after 8 hours of basically surfing the net really fuels me and keeps me going. I actually look forward to going at midnight because it means I get to move around! :)

NEWSPARK8287 SparkPoints: (13,583)
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3/28/13 4:52 P

Now tell me when you find time to exercise. emoticon
I try to get it in in the morning, on my lunch break and even the two hours before I go to bed if I get a chance to eat dinner at work instead of having to wait til I get home. I could use some advise while I look for a job closer to home.

Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again.
This time more intelligently.
~Henry Ford~
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