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This website provides information on exercises for the obese and to all of those who would like to lose those pounds and become more fit! When searching for clothing items that one needs to wear to the gym to exercise, you realize that most retail stores simply don’t offer exercise clothing for obese people, especially women.
This site is dedicated to the obese and morbidly obese, who need to exercise the most. Inside our site you will find exercise programs for the obese that will help you get fit, diet and nutrition information, information on diabetes and obesity. Obesity and exercise can coexist - you will find here exercises that you can do sitting in a chair. There are also articles concerning obese fitness. You can become fit, if you follow a routine that includes exercise, eating the right foods, getting enough sleep, and keeping focused on the goals that you have set for yourself. There is also information on bariatric surgery, which is only a tool to help people start on their journey to a smaller, more fit you! However, weigh loss surgery is not for everyone, and is only mentioned for those who might decide to pursue that avenue.
Most obese people dread going into a gym to work out with all the thin, athletic, fit people that you normally see on the advertisements for fitness centers. However, there are fitness centers that are very friendly to those with an obvious need to exercise. If you take the time to visit some of your local fitness centers, look around and see if you find others in similar circumstances as yourself. Where you find other overweight or obese people exercising, you can feel welcome as well.
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Note From Cindy
Thank you so much for visiting my website! I hope you will find some great information here that will help you get on the track to a new, healthier you! About 7 years ago, I was diagnosed with Type II Diabetes, was well over 100 pounds over my ideal weight, and couldn't walk to the mailbox and back without being out of breath. I also had trouble walking because of the toll my extra weight had taken on my knees. Diabetes and Obesity are definitely related.
I saw an advertisement for a free seminar by a bariatric surgeon. I attended that seminar and learned a little about the different types of weight loss surgeries that were available. That seminar was the turning point in my life that helped me realize that if I did not lose weight and get fit, I was going to have less quality of life --- less life period! I had to change my old habit of living to eat TO eating to live!
For me the solution was to have weight loss surgery, restricting my intake and reducing absorption of what I eat, to help me lose weight. I now enjoy exercising several times a week, walking the dog around the neighborhood, and have more energy than I have had in a long time. Weight loss surgery is not for everyone, but I am here to tell you that there are exercises for the obese that can help you to start on the road to fitness. Obese people can get fit, if you follow a regular obese fitness program and healthy diet. If you are unsure about whether you are obese, morbidly obese, or just overweight, use our free BMI Calculator to find out. Now it's time to prove to yourself that obesity and exercise can co-exist. You can be obese and exercise! Just think, once you get into that routine of exercising, you may even find out that you like it, and the bonus is that you will feel better too!
Oh, by the way - you can cure your obesity by exercising and following a healthy diet! Again, surgery is not for everyone, but exercising and eating right can produce the exact same results. All that is required is commitment to the program that you start. Be sure to see the articles here for encouragement, exercises to get started, and nutrition information so that you can make the right food choices.