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... jogging reverses the effects of smoking or if it equals things out a bit? ... (6 replies)
... comment about how wonderful it is that I can run so much, but when I tell them that I'm also a smoker, they look at me like " how the heck can you run like that and smoke? ... (6 replies)
... We ALL loved smoking. I loved it so much, I smoked for 30 some years, and thought really that I'd never be able to quit. I tried many, many times and finally quit for good 17 months ago, with the help of nicotene replacement therapy. ... (6 replies)

... Thanks for the source. I Appreciate it. I guess now, comes my decision on whether or not to quit smoking, heh. I am really into physical fitness and what not, yet I smoke - Go figure. Decisions, decisions. . Thanks again. . . (6 replies)
... while you are to be commended for your dedication to incorporating exercise in your daily routine, you are cancelling out whatever benefit you might derive from jogging by continuing to smoke. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. There's really no one I know that smokes like I do and runs on a regular basis. ... (6 replies)
... I have to admit....I used to wonder the same thing. I used to be a smoker....quit last April but a few years ago I enjoyed running. I know people thought I was crazy because while others were warming up for a 10k, I was having my before-race smoke, LOL I noticed the same thing you do.....I would cough like crazy immediately after I first started running (cleaning of the lungs... (6 replies)
... I have been cleaning like a mad woman and home improvements are next on my list. I also started jogging lately, this has been very rewarding. When I was smoking all the time I would see people jogging and think, "I would love to do that." So, I started doing that. ... (3 replies)
... Okay, little info on myself. I posted this in addiction recovery because it thought it was the pot. Well i use to smoke pot and cigarettes for 3 yrs. I was a heavy smoker with pot, smoking everyday i had the chance. ... (3 replies)
... can't take off cancer. But it's great that you're nippin it in the bud and going to the gym now instead of later. Also if you feel you're eating out of boredom vs. ... (57 replies)
Daily pledge
Sep 1, 2009
... ke today!! Here's my hand to another person who wants to join in this new chain of support. Beats the heck out of the chain...smoking!! I've been able to enjoy jogging now without getting mentally and physically fatigued. ... (4 replies)
... HELLO i got a question for you. i got 5 weeks smoke free and i'm doing great also i'm using the nicoderm patch 21 mg. when will i get to go jogging or do i have to wait tell i'm on the 14 mg? ... (17 replies)
... Stenolady the talk you had with GP is very interesting a friend of mine up North is taking chantix and something else for weight loss and has great effects with it. ... (11 replies)
... Well I'm only 41 and I know once I turned 40 everything fell apart real quick . ... (11 replies)
... I hope I'm like you and don't cough a lot. My dad said he coughed so much when he quit in the 70's that he wondered if it really was better for him. ... (12 replies)
... year smoking habit. ... (4 replies)
... I remember you from a wile ago!!! My goodness I am so happy and excited for you!!! ... (4 replies)
... is that the cigarettes that remain become VERY important ones and consequently VERY difficult to give up. It's natural to first give up the smokes that really weren't that important in the first place. ... (7 replies)
... you have to exercise at LEAST 3 times per week so pick your days now and it'll either be morning or evening but you WILL do it. ... (25 replies)
... it feels like a hit when it passes your lungs. well this is the same sensation that I get from jogging. I am in terrific shape now. but sometimes I get the hit and it feels the same as smoking. TRUST ME it does get easier. I don't even crave or desire to have a smoke again in my life. ... (0 replies)




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