Fitness routine is fine - apart from nausea and dizziness

Zella had a fantastic day at Titchfield Haven and wonders what other local gems she's overlooked      Picture: Gary Taw

ZELLA COMPTON: Looking afresh at our beautiful spot in the world

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So after putting it off for nearly two months, I’ve finally decided to get on and do it.

Yes, I’m determined to lose my beer belly.

I’ve been out and bought myself some new sports clothes and running shoes.

I’ve got over the cost of all this by telling myself that in the long run I’ll be saving money by not having to buy new clothes.

I’ve had to join a gym though. Me pulling a hamstring in public or keeling over in someone’s front garden while out running was just too much of a possibility.

I’m pleased to say all is going well so far – apart from the nausea, dizziness, aching and brief moments of disorientation.

Tell me, at what point does it start to get easier?