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I was going to add, why not try running outdoors? Nice scenery and no buttons to worry about (: I personally love running through suburban streets or through a park. And it's also easier to make goals. Like, keep running until the end of the block. Or until the last tree. You'll get there!

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#58, personally, I disagree. I've found that it's easier to run on a treadmill because you go a constant speed and you don't subconsciously slow down. And there can be mile markers like I'm not going to walk until half a mile. Also, there is always a reason to not go outside that day (too hot, too cold, raining, etc.).

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if the belly is big enough to stop it, running could be bad for you. a bike would be nicer to the knees in that case...

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Although he probably didn't in fact realize Op was from Ireland, logically his comment would still make sense as in "try it our way instead, the fat ass way, the American way."

All the more reason to keep working. And at least you're trying, lots of people just straight up don't care.

If your beer belly gets in the way you probably shouldn't be running on a treadmill. Try a bike or a rowing machine instead for a while. That said, congratulations on taking that first step towards your new self.

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