So in the interest of getting off of our fat butts and doing something positive to lose weight my wife and I are going to start jogging. Starting tomorrow. I know I know, all diets start "tomorrow", but really, it's too dark now to start today or we would have.
We're going to try some "Couch to 5K" program thingy that she found online. I don't know how long it will last, but here's hoping it will. We could both use it.
Anyway, wish us luck. Kick me if I complain too much. Ask me how it's going in a couple of days so that I am accountable to follow through. Tips, pointers, and anything else you can think of to help me/us out would sure be appreciated. Even if it's just a few "good for you" words of encouragement.
I'll try and remember to post updates now and then if there is actual progress being made.

That's all for now.

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Comment by Shaun on February 1, 2009 at 12:38pm
When I would be running the mile in school, I learned that breathing in twice at once stops your sides from hurting. Probably just me being out of shape but it may work well for you too. Good luck.
Comment by Clarence Dember on February 1, 2009 at 1:01am
At the beginning do 1/2 of what you feel capable of doing. This will keep you from going on a fatigue bender that undermines your progress. Stop eating fried foods. Cooked in a wok is ok. Use more extra virgin olive oil. Drink a tea spoon per day. It will rebuild your cell membrains with the right kind of fats. This includes neurons!
It also helps lubricate thw digestive trac.
Plenty of distilled water- it has a lower surface tension and flows into and out of tissues with greater ease bringing in nutrients and expelling wastes.

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