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Ok. maybe everyone may just tell a few words about himself. I think we all have joined this group because of the same goal -training at home instead of fitness centers- so it'd be nice if everyone tells what he's doing, so we might improve ourselves.

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Well, I start by myself. I joined gyminee because of an adverisement on a german newspaper's site. My primary targets are improving my muscle definition and losing fat around my abdomen. I'm living in one of the smallest countries worldwide, but I like it^^. Just excuse my english, sometimes it really sucks. XP

so long


Posted by Jiro-San on Apr. 07, 2008 at 02:59PM


Welcom to the Treadmill

I joined because I needed some way of tracking my progress.  I also find that this is a great source for work outs and getting tips. 

I live in an apartment complex and there is a treadmill, free weights, and a few machines in the club house.  Living in a snow hill the treadmill comes in handy.  One of my goals is to run a 5k this summer (I am a beginner at 33 yrs old).  I’m behind, but I may be able to catch up.   I highly recommend    

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Posted by prankmonkey on Apr. 09, 2008 at 09:34AM


New to this Gyminee..................

I like at lot within the site. I like the food tracker right now, it is helping me where I don't have to seach all over for the food.

Right now I am doing mostly walking.  After tomorrow I'm off till the new year and that is when I really plan on getting into the grove with some of my equipment I have at home and tapes.

The last 2 weeks I have started a  food journal and that is going well, I can feel the differents.


Posted by brad7 on Dec. 18, 2008 at 07:02PM


New body for 09

I had and injury that left me sedentary for months. I was once in pretty good shape about 2 summers ago, but I have packed on the belly fat and lost alot of strength. I'm hoping Gyminee helps me get to my goals. I think it's good to incorperate stuff like this, it keeps you interested with options and support systems. I'm looking forward to reaching a 5lb. weight loss goal and some upper body definition in the next few weeks.

Posted by mr4200 on Dec. 29, 2008 at 10:16AM



I just joined DailyBurn/Gyninee today and decided I mostly want to track my exercise routines.  I like doing a lot of different things, including some weight trainnig, pilates, yoga and walking.  I'm looking for some Motivators to stay on my backside about exercising.

Posted by RobinG34 on Jun. 12, 2009 at 07:33PM


Hi everyone!


I'm using this site mostly to track my work-out.  It helps me sticking with my schedule.


I'm pretty much following the South Beach diet for now, but since I'm going to India for weeks, I really don't think I'll be able to keep that style of diet!  I'll just have to keep on eating healthy.


I've never managed to stick with trainings in gyms.  The best for me is doing dvd work-out at home. 


Posted by Jadzia on Jun. 14, 2009 at 05:22PM



I joined Daily Burn because even though I had no trouble keeping track of my workouts... I never mastered the nutrition part.  I really like the nutrition log.  It keeps me honest.

My daily life is active enough, if I watch the diet.



Posted by dlavie on Jun. 16, 2009 at 02:39AM



I stopped going to the gym just because its more show than anything I work out in my garage. Bodylastics resistance bands, Powerblock dumbells, Tetrix stair climber, TRX, Jump Rope, Running (just started) YRG and P90X I like a large variety or I lose interest quickly

Posted by ggrosklos on Jul. 04, 2009 at 03:18PM



I joined Daily Burn because I need to be accountable, so my cousin and I are using it to motivate each other from across the country.  I'm working out at home because I don't have the willpower to load up the kids and go to the gymn when I can just do some sit-ups at home. 

Right now I'm doing a lot of yoga because I was in a car accident, but, when my joints start behaving, I'll be adding some basics like situps and pushups.

One thing that has really helped is the nutrition log.  I've never really tracked calories before, just always ate 'till I was full.  I discovered that I was only eating 700-800 calories a day, which was why I was gaining all this weight.  Since I've started adding calories, my waist has gone down by 2 inches in a week!

Posted by bussete on Jan. 10, 2010 at 01:57PM


Little bit about me

I left LIVESTRONG for the Daily Burn due to the site being so slow. A friend told me about this site and I love it. I own a Bowflex, Bosu ball, Resistance Bands, Dumb bells, Jump Rope, which all goes along with my Treadmill. I like working out at home but sometimes the motivation isn't there. I joined the group to hold myself accountable. I set up some goals that I can do and hope to push myself to do better. Thanks.

Posted by Lust4Life on Jan. 15, 2010 at 12:20AM