madeline wrote:1. I love fashion and I dress nicely... I can't be bothered changing clothes unless it's into pjs and I'm going to bed
2. I don't like to sweat
3. Gyms cost money
4. I don't like exercising in public
5. I get headaches and dizziness last time I exercised so I'm scared
6. I don't want to get bad skin from sweating
7. I have a bad back
8. I believe I can lose a further 6kgs with diet alone (I'm 19 and I believe in my metabolism LOL)
Sorry, this isn't a reflection on my personality, but I don't believe in sparing the rod.
1) Oh there are plenty of beautiful, fashionable clothes you probably wouldn't be able to fit into because YOU DON'T EXERCISE. The fashionable bikinis girls wear on the beach? Being thin doesn't cut it, you need some muscle tone and shape so get your butt moving and do those squats!
2) Sweat is your body telling you're too warm. Sweating because you're exercising means you're burning fat and carbs. When you burn calories, you're turning some of that chemical energy to heat and to stop yourself from cooking, you have to sweat otherwise you overheat and turn into a giant STEAK.
3) Fashion costs money. If you're going spend money in something, may as well invest in your health. You don't have to go to a gym, just buy good running shoes and go running.
4) Do handstands at home, squats, sit ups, push ups, jumping jacks, buy a skipping rope.
5) Yeah, everyone gets that from time to time. Go to the doctors, check it out, and if they say it's nothing, it's nothing. Toughen up, sunshine.
6) Sweating is natural and unless you have major hormonal or hygiene problems, you're not going to get badskin from exercise.
7) Take it easy when you exercise. Go see a physio.
Yeah but you wouldn't be sleek and tone like those fashionable people in those fashionable beauty magazines who wear those fashionable dresses on their fashionable bodies (starting to see the pattern here?), would you? Also, a bit of muscle will increase your basal metabolic rate meaning you don't have to starve yourself as much.
Anyway, good luck! Don;t take those comments to heart, I know facetiousness doesn't convey over the internet very well.