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One of the things that helps me with my exercise is to actually plan or schedule it into my day.  For instance, I exercise after work on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday.  I know if I don't do it as soon as I get home, I wont do it.  On the weekends I usually do my exercise around the same time as weekdays (e.g. 3:30 or 4:00 which is about when I get home from work).

As everyone knows, schedules change all the time...so I'm not always able to follow the above schedule.  I do the best I can....

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