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    Quote Originally Posted by thirtiesgirl View Post
    Yes, it's bad to use exercise as punishment. Find some kind of exercise that you enjoy doing. You're not going to do it if you don't find it enjoyable. Whether it's dancing, walking, doing yoga, playing a team sport, swimming, jogging, biking...find something that you enjoy spending time doing. For me, I like hitting a little ball against a backstop with some kind of hand-held item. And I prefer to do it alone, without a team mate (I tend to prefer solitary exercise). This means that my kind of exercise is either hitting a tennis ball against a backstop on my own, or raquetball court on my own, not playing against another player, but just testing my own mettle by playing against myself.

    I also have to admit that I like repetitious, mindless exercise where I don't need to expend a lot of thought. This usually means solitary exercise on a treadmill or stationery bike at the gym. I know this is not the preferred method of exercise for many people, but it works for me, so that's what I do. I pop in my iPod earbuds, zone out to some great music and not think about anything for a change. So what kind of exercise do you enjoy doing?
    I've tried and hated everything.
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    What are you punishing yourself for? Sounds kinky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxyjen View Post
    What are you punishing yourself for? Sounds kinky.
    I'm a bad, bad naughty girrrrrl~

    I mean, for eating. And being afraid. And not exercising enough. And being a wimp. And living. And etc. There's always something that deserves punishment.

    I dunno, maybe I should just skip the exercise and go straight to S&M? No, that might be too enjoyable. Better stick with the exercise.
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    But I've been existing and eating and being afraid and totally wasn't aware I needed to self-flagellate! WHY DIDN'T ANYONE TELL ME.

    Hap, I think you're on to something about skipping the exercise. Becoming a sub or dom is optional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxyjen View Post
    But I've been existing and eating and being afraid and totally wasn't aware I needed to self-flagellate! WHY DIDN'T ANYONE TELL ME.
    You didn't? I guess it's up to me to spread the word, then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Punishment is best to give, and not receive.
    But if I don't punish myself, I won't exercise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    You didn't? I guess it's up to me to spread the word, then.
    Ok. Now I will punish myself, although I can see a lot of instances where I might not punish myself so then I will punish myself for not punishing myself.

    If I don't punish myself, then I will probably won't punish myself. Ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxyjen View Post
    Ok. Now I will punish myself, although I can see a lot of instances where I might not punish myself so then I will punish myself for not punishing myself.
    Exactly.
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    I mean, how are you supposed to enjoy exercising when there is absolutely no forms of exercise that you enjoy?

    You can't. So you have to use it for another purpose besides enjoyment.
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