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Every Single Day Of Your Life, Exercise!!




I exercise every single day, planned and at gym or impromptu dance, it ALL counts!! Make a commitment to exercise every day, track on your fitness tracker, build the habit faster, take the guesswork/procrastination out of 'should I or not today' YES, you do it EVERY single blessed day :D emoticon

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Youtube has a lot of short and sweet videos of all kinds for all levels and interests, more exercises than you can imagine! To freestyle it, start with a zippy 3 min song, march/dance to it, do a li'l stretch with a nice slow song, some big arm circles, some lunges, all to your fave music...just move!

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  • So true! - by LEANMEAN2
    Thanks for sharing. - by BANNERMAN
  • emoticon fortunately I have a fairly physical job but I still need to exercise at home. - by CHRIS3874
  • Excellent advise, before my operation I used to exercise every day with exception of Sundays. As soon as I recover fully I will start back exercising. Thanks for sharing. - by AMBER461
  • Well said. I must try harder. Thanks for the nudge! emoticon emoticon - by CHEBBA
  • Well said. - by DELLMEL
  • A day of rest for your muscles is important...only 1 day. Can't remember where i read this but...believe it is a good idea. However, everyone, every part needs to rest at some point. emoticon - by PROPMAN1
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  • Thank you for your post! - by FLAWESOME
    I am an ardent exerciser, but I try to rest one day. So my goal is every single day, minus one. - by VAINVT
    emoticon - by JUDYERAE
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    If you skip a day sometimes it turns into several and you loss momentum. - by MAPFARMS
  • Excellent advice.
  • good for you - by SJKENT1
    I agree - by SNOWBECH
  • emoticon emoticon - by NEW-CAZ

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