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Out The Door

Monday, March 22, 2010

I am on my way out the door. I get the car this afternoon and so I going to Golds, I want to try that new machine besides a treadmill. I also want to do the weights again, like I did last Friday. I felt it in my muscles now I am seeking definition. Perhaps you know what I mean. I have never had definition in my arms, and I am going to find out if it can be done by this almost 60 year old woman. I have no idea how long it takes to get there either. So I am putting it out there to you all, anyone know if it can be done by me. How long it takes and what I need to do to get there. Putting pic of the arms I want on my collage. This is another great goal I have discovered for myself. Lets hope it is possible and I am not just dreaming about this goal. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • BELLEFAITH42
    If you don't want to pay for a trainer, maybe you can look for a youtube video of a reputable trainer showing how to properly do the motions? Good Luck!
    4140 days ago
  • GEEKYGRANDMOMMY
    You can do it. I turn 59 in a couple of months and I am seeing muscles in my arms too. It is very exciting.

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    4140 days ago
  • YARELL
    Getting out the door is the hardest part... yeah!!!!
    4140 days ago
  • IM_GETTIN_THIN
    emoticon start with lighter weights and low and steady reps; increase weight after you feel the exercise is getting too easy [in a few weeks] gradually. you will see results if you stick with it. way back in college there was a 75 year young woman who used to lift weights and her arms were rockin! emoticon
    4141 days ago
  • NJMATTICE
    I look forward to following your progress!
    -Nancy
    4141 days ago
  • MRS_LOOMIS
    You CAN do it!!!!

    If you can, hire a trainer--that'll get you quicker results and proper form so you avoid injuries.
    4141 days ago
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