Fitness Tip of the Day

Saturday, June 5, 2010

We can never win can we

http://www.aolhealth.com/2010/06/04/gym-bans-too-fat-woman-from-using-equipment/?icid=main|main|dl5|link4|http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aolhealth.com%2F2010%2F06%2F04%2Fgym-bans-too-fat-woman-from-using-equipment%2F

This is just the icing on the cake for me we can never win either we work out or we are to Fat what is it people we need the machines to work on to help with our routine but this going to far. I am so tired of this and tired of people and their attitudes toward people who have weight problems. I have enough to deal with don't make it any worse I know I am fat I know I need to work I know what I need to do so let me do it!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

it's a roller coaster. I hate it too. Just got the news I am diabetic, because I weigh so much I am sure, going in for another check up and finding out what drugs they are going to put me on. It's all a pain in the rear. I am sick of dieting, but now i have to so I can get rid of whatever diabetes drugs they put me on. hang in there. and tell people to MyOB! miss ya, Barb

Snowdrop said...

Mara

I am a regular at my local gym. I was not overweight at that time but at the time I joined was plagued by huge lack of confidences and was sure that I would stand out like a sore thumb.

I believe that overweight people who go to the gym and work out are to be admired. Physical exercise is hard enough for most of us, but those carrying excess weight have even bigger challenges.

In my views it is those that sit at home in front of the TV, stuffing their faces (whether fat or thin) abusing their bodies that should be criticised.

Stick with it - you have a tough journey ahead, but you should be admired by your perceiverence.

All Women Stalker said...

I agree with Snowdrop. You are every bit as inspiring as lighter people who work hard. Don't mind nasty people. They have nothing better to do.

T.C. said...

new to your spot been battling the weight for a minute i am not at my heavest right now but i am not under 200 either...its is a battle but you just keep right on fighting...

whether thin or thick people will ALWAYS have something to say...

just hold your head high and keep moving