I must admit that had I got my fat fanny up and moved a little (doesn't help that with sitting and transcribing from home -- 60 hours a week x5 years)-- I wouldn't be in the condition/shape that I am today. Do good one day, tuckers me out and plays havoc on my knees -- of course, lugging around an extra 100+ pounds doesn't help. Am curious pre and post WLS as to what effect exercise/physical activity has played as far as motivation. I think up to now that I just subconsciously have taken the easy/lazy way out --and with this amount of excess weight -- I mentally sabbotage any efforts, just knowing that they haven't worked in the past -- why bother? It's been easier to just stay home, away from those "staring eyes" and munch my embarrassment" away -- Suggestions, ideas, what has worked best for you, what difference has losing weight with the motivation of actually physically moving? How much should we try to exercise pre-surgery -- with the excess weight -- when/how should it be increased post.
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