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By Ew / Thursday 26 May 2016 13:02 / United States - Washington
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By  OysterPearls  |  33

It's never too late to start working out. Start with something simple, work your way from a brisk walk around your neighborhood, to a jog, to a run. Jump ropes are great exercise tools too, and you don't even have to leave the comfort of your own home. As for your diet, all things in moderation! You don't have to cut out junk food entirely, but try introducing more fruits and veggies. Best of luck!

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I agree with her. I decided to stop eating alot of carbs and sweets, started eating more veggies, fruits, protein and drinking a lot of water and walking I lost 30 pounds. u can do it!!! just put your mind to it

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  izziebear  |  15

I completely agree, unfortunately too many people think to get fit they need to cut out parts of their diet completely (carbs, low calorie, etc)! Unless you're cutting out recreational drugs, it's not a great idea. A healthy diet has many parts to it, moderation is key! Work out and diet to get healthy, don't overdo it and you'll be well on your way to getting fit.

By  siggy_mcsigx  |  17

Start by cleaning your room and throwing out the junk food. Then run up and down your street. Take it easy and set tiny goals so you feel like you accomplished something every day.

By  yerawizardlizzy  |  27

I hope you aren't REALLY surrounded by empty bottles and fast food bags. Not only is that gross on the most basic level, but it could be a sign of something else going on. When I was at rock bottom with my depression, I didn't clean for like eight months. My point is to take care of yourself.

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  mfmylifesrsly  |  29

How is that YDI? No one NEEDS to go to the gym. Being healthy is great and all but some people have reasons for not working out. I'm recovering from an eating disorder I've had since I was 7. One of my triggers was eating super healthy and working out - that and my OCD would cause me to work out 3+ hours a day. Even when I try to just go to the gym for a simple workout, I start getting anxiety attacks and want to puke my guts out. One day I'll go back to the gym, but right now I'm working on my other mental illnesses. That being said, I lost 15 pounds without trying :D

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  izziebear  |  15

OP felt pride for running which leads me to believe OP's subconscious is telling them to start working out. That's probably why they feel OP deserves it. When you reach the point when even your own brain is saying to make a change I think it's time to listen.

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