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Maybe if you want you can come to the gym with me as my guest? It's a nice gym, and you can start out really slow. The exercise bikes are nice, and have TV's, LOL. I roll along, and watch the Food Network. Its the Planet Fitness on Apollo. I love it. haven't missed a day yet. Think it over...? You can even try starting out one day a week. Really slow, then work up to more.
Ya wanna know something pathetic? I have a Bowflex home gym and a step machine. I also have an ab roller and a yoga ball. They all collect dust. I really need to get motivated. Before I was re diagnosed in 2002 I exercised like a crazy person. With the chemo they put me on I was on steroids. I hated them. I was more emotional than usual, sick all the time and gained 30ish pounds. I went into a bad depression. Since then I just haven't been motivated to get this weight off.I think I'm ready. I did water aerobics in my moms pool today and really feel I am ready to get on my stepper tomorrow. :)
A gym at home is no fun though... I think you need a sense of competition (no matter how slight) in order to stay motivated. You already know how to work out, I'm a total newbie at it. It would be fun, and a great way to get out of the house! Then you can do the home stuff when you cant get out of the house. Its just a great way to build up your stamina and a nice social outlet too. The gym I go to is so nice, no one judges, everyone is average size, no hardbodies, no muscleheads. And I dont think its pathetic to not exercise at a home gym. Not at all. I had exercise equipment at home for years when I was with my ex, yet never used it. It just wasn't enough to motivate me. Going to the gym is. It's just more fun!
Oh, yeah, and we have a yoga ball too. Kristen sits on it and says, "I swallowed my gum and farted." She gets more use out of it that way than I EVER have. LOL.
Let me think about it. I'm not sure I'm ready yet. Not the exercise part... I'm not sure I am ready to hang out yet. I really like you and think we could be good friends. I just still have a tremendous amount of pain when it comes to my marriage falling apart. I need more healing time, but I will never fully heal. There were so many misunderstandings between us (and still are) and we didn't even try to fix it.I see the two of you are talking and getting along again. That is great. I told you I would be happy for him. I do want Julz to be happy. I don't want to get blamed if things don't work out. I think it's best if we keep things the way they are until you two figure out where you want your relationship to go.
I completely understand, and agree that maybe we should keep things like this for a while. Where I know you are aware that I am not the reason things ended with your marriage, seeing him with someone else, no matter who, is no less painful. I know that. I don't want to cause you pain, and I do want to continue in a friendly manner with you. If keeping things this way is the way to do it then I am all for it. I have always had, and still have a lot of respect for you as a person, and do not want to ruin what we have carefully built up. So take care, and know I am always here if you want to talk, or change your mind about the gym. The offer is open and always there.