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February 22, 2011


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I found a good way to get past this was thinking, well, if I don't exercise I'll just feel guilty the entire time I should have been.
Another way to get past it is avoid all gyms and just walk home from work, burns just as many calories and much nicer!


'When you leave the gym you're glad you went.' Really? I find it hard to believe anyone likes the airless dungeons full of torture instruments that are gyms. Avoidance of gyms, or indeed of any exercise devised merely to improve health or the figure, seems like a perfectly rational response. Most of us have no difficulty with exercise as long as it is enjoyable or stimulating in some way. Now I wonder if the psychologists have anything helpful to say about the panic that a blank page induces.

Ian Leslie

Nicole, your wish is Marbury's command:


Many thanks for making a truthful effort to explain this. I love to read gym and health related post. I like it. I never found such a great and amazing content.

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