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Having company over means I get more exercise than normal with extra house cleaning and entertaining activities.  Also, I get more movement with extra playtime with grandchildren.  

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I TRY TO GET TO THE TOWN NORTH YMCA "ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS" PROGRAMS AS REGULARLY AS POSSIBLE.    WALK AT THE GALLERIA - GREAT STAIRCASES!   HAVE WEIGHT-TRAINING EQUIPMENT AT HOME - SOMETIMES GO TO THE FARMERS BRANCH REC CENTER!

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I HAVE AN "ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS" MEMBERSHIP AT TOWN NORTH YMCA AND IT'S THE ONLY EXERCISE MEMBERSHIP I'LL EVER BE INTERESTED IN - IT'S ALL WE SENIORS NEED!

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My husband ans I try to keep toour daily exercise schedule, but it can be tough. Five days a week we get up and out to our fitness center by 6 am ( Saturdays it is 7 am). Most of the time we are back before any guests are Awake. Since I go to bed early (9pm) I still get my 7-8 hours sleep. It is a tough schedule but it works for us.

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The best way to keep up with your exercises is to plan for your Holiday meals ahead of time.  If you have the ability to freeze some of your dishes, when you have some extra time, prepare them and put them in the freezer.  That way there is no rush on making sure that your meals are ready.  There are lots of dishes that freeze well, they last and taste freshly made after you take them from the freezer.  If you do that ahead of time, then decide what days are most convenient for you to exercise, it may not be everyday, but at least three times per week.  Then choose a time, early morning, mid afternoon, or late evening. The most important thing is to do it, make a decision and stick to it unless there is an emergency that stops you.  You will find that preparation is the key to all things.  Make it a blessed Thanksgiving and Christmas, hopes this helps. 

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Having a dog helps a lot! We HAVE to do the early morning potty walk before any of the excitement begins. 

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The 'holidays' are only a few days. I normally work out 5 days a week and there are 7 days to the week. It really doesn't interfere much with routine. There are a few extra days during the holidays where family gets together, but the workout days are easily made up.


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I make it a priority, and take the time to do it, whenever that time is.

 

 

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I will keep on walking because I feel better doing that.

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I can't believe it, but it's time for me to start thinking about this now, so that I can be intentional...  I cant wait to read some tips.

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