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  • v JENNYR0506
    I don't know whether you read this blog or not but it is a great blog. I haven't stopped by her spark page but it would probably be a good one to look into and someone to reach out to.

    emoticon Jenny
    2179 days ago
  • v JENNYR0506
    I'm glad you enjoyed your walk(s) yesteday. WTG!! Good luck with quitting smoking. I quit almost 30 years ago. Best thting I ever did for my health, pocket book and family. My kids won't ever be smokers!

    emoticon Jenny
    2183 days ago
  • v JENNYR0506
    You know what I am going to say - Listen to your body - not a well meaning friend. The only way I will exercise is if I do it on my terms. Otherwise I just give up all together. You don't want that. You may be running around the park some day - but you won't be doing anything if you push yourself too hard now. Walk when you enjoy it and as long as you enjoy it. You will even come to enjoy a little bit of pain because you will know that you are strong enough to take it and grow from it. Just take it slow at first and enjoy every step. Get that great attitude going and nothing can stop you.

    emoticon Jenny
    2184 days ago
  • v JENNYR0506
    Congratulations on the three pound weight loss! That is Fantastic!!

    Continue to listen to your body. A mile and a half is a long way to walk if you are in pain. Cut back a little bit. Maybe break up the exercise into smaller segments to start. Three half mile walks are the same as one longer walk and will be easier on your joints. Keep moving, listen to your body and increase gradually and at a pace that is right for you.

    emoticon Jenny
    2185 days ago
  • v JENNYR0506
    Have you talked to your Chiropractor about exercise that is appropriate for your back pain and ankle issues. There could be some modified exercises that he might recommend for starting out and then graduating to more intense exercises. I just don't want you to get burned out or in so much pain that you can't get any exercise at all. Maybe chair exercises to start with until you are stronger in the back? Please talk to him about this. I am concerned for your health, dear friend!

    emoticon Jenny
    2188 days ago
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