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Learn how Jogging can help you lose weight and stay in shape.
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How Running Can Help You Lose Weight
Host: If being at the gym isn’t your thing running outdoors is a great way to get into shape is running my favorite thing to do. Not on most days but it is such a great way to stay in shape. I’ve been running for a couple of minutes now easy miles, nothing fast and my heart rate is about 164 so if you want to start jogging don’t think you’re going to be a world class ultra marathoner right away. Take it slow and always check with your doctor first.
Running has been a lifeline for the Dunbars. Pam tried losing weight several times on her own. It wasn’t until her husband Bill decided to lose weight too that the pounds started melting off both of them.
Bill: So tired on her own it was very hard.
Pam: I weighed 332 pounds at that time for me it was just the fact that I didn’t feel comfortable anymore. Then I’ve gone to go to the doctor and I couldn’t wear the biggest pair of pants in my closet and I knew that it was just a matter of time that something had to happen.
Bill: I needed to lose weight also so why not?
Host: Their doctor recommended a weight loss program that emphasized healthy eating and exercise.
Bill: I was like a 58, I guess now I’ve come down to like a 40, 38.
Pam: Physically I felt as if something was going to give, something was going to give either I was going to start having chest pain and heart problems or I was going to have trouble maybe with my blood sugar going out of whack.
Host: Pam and Bill have ran ½ marathon and are training for another.
Bill: I hate to run but both Pam and I like the results.
Host: For a job well done they treated themselves and their dog Harley to a motorcycle.
Bill: He was kind of a tight squeeze but now it’s not tight squeeze anymore.
Pam: We have room. Are you ready to go?
Host: Room for Harley.
The three frequently put on their duds and we see them bumming around town.