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Old 05-17-2006, 03:32 PM   #181
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60 minutes on the recumbant bicycle this morning while watching a movie. Pretty good movie with Bob Hoskins and the woman that plays M in the James Bond movies. It's about a nude stage show being produced in a London theatre during the WWII blitz, but I didn't see the very beginning so I have no idea what the title is.
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Old 05-17-2006, 08:14 PM   #182
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Run to the airport to pick up the relatives that are coming into town and staying with us to eat our salmon...



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You forgot one thing. ...to eat our salmon...
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Old 05-17-2006, 08:23 PM   #183
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My hubby and I pay for a gym that we really never use! Argh! Doesn't that always happen? We haven't exercised in almost 5 months. I need to get back at it soon since I'm feeling the stress from work already. Good thing is I haven't gained any weight - YET.

Haven't we all done that? We get a pass to the gym, work out for months, start to feel good, something else comes up. We miss one week. No problem. A week or two down the line we miss another and another. But we feel so... Good? Not!

Haven't we all done that? Well I kind of have... This is a true story and the names have been changed to protect the guilty...
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Old 05-17-2006, 08:34 PM   #184
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I went back to the gym yesterday on my dodgy ankle, it's been 9 days post injury. I think my weight and cardio routine did the world of good and it feels a lot better now. I have really missed the gym. I am doing tai chi tonight, never tried it before!

I haven't read the whole thread yet, but did you enjoy the tai chi?
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Old 05-18-2006, 04:25 PM   #185
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60 minutes on the recumbant bicycle this morning while watching a movie. Pretty good movie with Bob Hoskins and the woman that plays M in the James Bond movies. It's about a nude stage show being produced in a London theatre during the WWII blitz, but I didn't see the very beginning so I have no idea what the title is.
It's called "Mrs. Henderson Presents", with Judy Dench, one of my favorite actresses in the title role. Great movie - just saw it myself recently.
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It's called "Mrs. Henderson Presents", with Judy Dench, one of my favorite actresses in the title role. Great movie - just saw it myself recently.
Thanks, I found this out last night when I got bored and went back to the gym for an additinal 60 minutes of cardio.

Today I did 1-1/2 hours of free weights for a full body workout, and then I did 45 minutes of cardio, 30 minutes on the elliptical machine and 15 minutes on the treadmill, while watching part of Walk the Line, which is a Johnny Cash biography. I was only going to do 30 minutes of cardio, but the movie was really interesting so I jumped on the treadmill for a while
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Old 05-19-2006, 01:54 AM   #187
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I am very glad to know you Marishka. I don't meet many women who will eat a snake.
Yeah they aren't to bad once you get past the head.
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Old 05-19-2006, 10:44 PM   #188
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60 minutes of cardio today. I did 20 minutes on the lifecycle, but then my a$$ fell asleep so I had to switch to the elliptical trainer for the remaining 40 minutes. Aslo saw some more of Walk the Line. I am enjoying the movie, but I think Reese Witherspoon is putting too much country hick in the southern accent.
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Old 05-20-2006, 01:29 AM   #189
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Since I posted on Monday, I managed to get to the gym on Tues night for chest/back/bicep day along with a warmup on the elliptical and then a bike ride on Wednesday morning (30 min 10km in a hilly neighbourhood, I gotta work on that) and an evening workout for legs/shoulders/triceps. Same bike ride yesterday, but slowed it down to 35 minutes to try to keep the heart rate a little more in the range I like it to be in and then did the chest/back/bicep day again today. Tomorrow morning will be leg day again.

Things are coming along swimmingly...
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Monday may be a bit difficult for me. We've been gone for over a week to visit my son and his family and the only exercise I got was playing with the grandchildren. The trip to the zoo was quite a bit - walking uphill from the parking lot - quite steep. I'm beginning to feel sluggish.
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