Made To Crave: {Week 9 – Exercise Hurts} — 17 Comments

  1. I understand the reality of exercising less with kids than before. I do find, however, that when I put forth the effort to exercise and simply get outside that I really do feel so much better and it helps my overall energy.

  2. I actually LOVE exercise.  I ran marathons for years and thrived on extreme exercise.  Now I cannot do anything because of migraines. I never understood people making time for exercise.  Now i can walk but I don’t like walking.  So, I don’t do it.  Now I understand!  Thank you for the encouragement to keep going and making the effort.

    • Hi Shanda.  Sorry about your migraines.  That has to be frustrating.  I am hoping to find time to walk a few days a week.  I know it’s something I have to do to be healthy!

  3. great post…again! love your thoughts and your honesty!
    for me…I am with Nikki…but in my case the fitness trainer is my daughter. It is more important to find something you love, whether with the family or a friend…you are more apt to “do it” if you enjoy it…even if it is a bike ride to get ice cream(I’m so in on this one!!) 😉

  4. “I cannot live with divided loyalties.” I love that. and have never pondered that before when it comes to food and exercise. thank you for this!
    what do I think of when I hear the word exercise? my sister. who teaches it for a living and how I avoid it like the plague 🙂 I’ve finally accepted I’ll never be like her with all the spinning and boot camps. Instead, I find ways to make it fun for me. flying kites with my son, playing tag, taking him swimming (yes, even in a bathing suit ::Gulp::), riding bikes as a family — even if it is to go get ice cream. 🙂 at least I’m out and moving!

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