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Exercise Psychology

50% of new exerisers are likely to drop out within six months, because starting and maintaining a fitness programme can be tough when it's not been part of your life before. Join this Tribe to talk and learn about ways of keeping motivated and developing a new fitness habit that will last a lifetime, not six months.

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Alex D Exercise Psychology Tribe

Communicatorsilver Alex D replied to the topic Incentive

It is hard to fit stuff in isn't it?!  I find the best way to deal with the in laws feeding is accept a small bit of everything and refuse seconds :) my partner's Mum, who I love, is the most excellent cook so I just don't want to refuse, so I...

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Matt S Exercise Psychology Tribe

Communicatorbronze Matt S replied to the topic Incentive

Apologies, I've been working in london the last few weeks with little time to exercise and way too much food.

I'm next on holiay to spend a week with the inlaws where the game of feeding seems to be the highest priority.

I have got to be strong...

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Kevin G Exercise Psychology Tribe

Communicatorgold Kevin G replied to the topic Incentive

Matt, sounds like a definite and positive plan, best of luck to you. Remember the calories In / Out equation, hope the missus will embrace the food changes, that will help. Keep us updated, let the cash come in lol

Matt S Exercise Psychology Tribe

Communicatorbronze Matt S replied to the topic Incentive

Running club on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Weight training on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Cycling on one day of the weekend

Cuttin out dairy, excesive breads and potatoes, more fresh veg, and good meats.

Cold turkey on junk food, candy, cakes, dr...

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Loretta A Exercise Psychology Tribe

Communicatorgold Loretta A replied to the topic Incentive

Hi Matt, food is very important and you need to make healthier choices.  As far as exercise is concerned I would recomment weights over cardio.  First of all, if you are obese, any weight bearing exercises as running, jogging, etc will not be good...

Amanda C Exercise Psychology Tribe

Communicatorgold Amanda C replied to the topic Incentive

No in my opinion a whey shake is perfectly fine. It's all about moderation also. Everything that we love do eat, drink or do is wonderful but in moderation. You soon realize that you are taking some things forgranted. For ex. I am a huge pop(soda...

Amanda C Exercise Psychology Tribe

Communicatorgold Amanda C replied to the topic Incentive

Well first Matt losing weight you can add a number of things. First off Nurition is 80% and Exercise is 20% you must be getting enough fruits, veggies in your diet. Also cutting back on all calorie beverages is a good help too...

Exercise advic...

Matt S Exercise Psychology Tribe

Communicatorbronze Matt S created the topic Incentive

My wife of ten years has decided that calling me obese hasn't made any difference, she has offered me cash incestive to lose the belly.

I have till the end of January to make a noticable change.

Any advice greatly received! 

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Kevin G Exercise Psychology Tribe

Contributorgold Kevin G @babygirl93086 dearest, I don't seem to be able to type a reply to your World Records thread, no idea why, others may have same issue. Some of those world record distances might make good future team totals to chase, just a thought :))

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:)))) Well huh..are you talking about how you go on to the page and where the comment box is it has disappeared??? If so then that has been having with every question, discuss, and pretty much any kind of replying comment. Just this morning I had to keep refreshing my page to add a Haiku in the Poetry tribe haha....But glad you liked my fun facts and I don't know if I'll be making any kind of team challenge ever again.....Idk if it's just me or if people are just daft lol.... ;) ;)

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