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,Hi Nikki,Thanks for visiting and for your kind words!I would reencmmod that you first manage your diet. It's something that you can do easily without any extra cost (you'll probably end up saving money too). I recently wrote the post Daily Diet Plan to Get You Started Eating Right</a>. The way I did it was I started on Nutrisystem, then followed my own diet plan. Believe it or not, I lost the majority of my weight just fixing my diet.Now with the exercising:If you already have a gym membership I think with the amount of weight you need to lose, you don't have to do super crazy intense workouts (the more you weigh, the harder every exercise is). I reencmmod that you just stick to the gym to burn off a lot of those fats the traditional way. The comment responder message should've pointed you to some other Core articles for slimming down through cardio . I would read up on those articles for some tips and also dabble into some circuit training once you feel like you are in better shape.Another off the wall tip, I would rotate between different cardio machines everyday to keep from getting bored and to spread wear and tear evenly among all of your joints and muscles. Keep in mind that rowing is also a cardio workout, so you can use that to target upper-body cardio on those days when your lower-body is hosed. (see comment below by JJ Howard). If rowing is too tough to do when your legs are hosed, then you can try Tae Bo or other Kick Boxing style classes. Be warned that it will be a full body workout, but at least you'll give your upper-body something to do every few days.If you don't already have a gym membership I wouldn't reencmmod Insanity since it is way too high impact for someone of your weight (too much jumping involved). I would pick P90X since it is the best bang for the buck (no recurring gym membership fees). I suggest that you start with the lean version of the program and make sure you don't push yourself too hard. Remember to modify moves to your comfort level and don't feel like you have to keep up with Tony (he even tells you that you should just do your best!).Be sure to keep us in the loop on how are you doing with your weight loss! 1 year ago                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                




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