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Move Some Muscles

January2

Tip 247

Work on Your Health

How can you have fun in marriage if you are so physically out of shape that you are aging exponentially?

(Before you throw rotten tomatoes at the screen, this is one of my New Year’s resolutions–so I’m trying!)

from Cliipart.com

Find something, anything, that you can enjoy doing which requires moving—more than just your elbow at the table or thumb on the TV remote. By the way, I have the best looking elbows in the world–mine get quite a workout.

There’s the proverbial walking or bike riding, Wii or Kinect games, gardening, boating, dual gym memberships, anything that gets you off the couch (or from behind the addictive computer).

It doesn’t have to be said that you’ll feel better and have more energy if you get moving. Being more physically fit is supposed to help in the romance department, too.

Barring unforeseen accidents like getting run over with a steam roller or falling into a swamp with hungry alligators, you might live longer to enjoy more fun in your relationship if you work at being more fit.

No guarantee, but why not try to enjoy to the utmost each day you have?

What things do you do as a couple to keep yourselves moving? We’d love to hear your ideas with the comment rss feed button below.

~ Glenda (gj)

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2 Comments to

“Move Some Muscles”

  1. Avatar January 3rd, 2011 at 4:20 pm David Schoonmaker Says:

    !??!!! :-)


  2. Avatar January 3rd, 2011 at 8:16 pm admin Says:

    Everyone has to start somewhere–better late than never doing anything at all. That was one of our New Year’s resolutions to start moving more—we’re not ready to do the Zumba in front of anyone yet, though. We couldn’t endure everyone rolling in the floor in laughter!


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