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TOPIC: Happy Thought of the Day for Fit People
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It usually takes about this long....

After about 20-25 days or so of not missing a single day in the gym, I am officially at the point where my body now craves it and looks forward to it. I love this feeling. It no longer takes discipline to get into the gym - I actually find myself walking out into the gym in the evening, picking up a weight for a moment, excited about the next morning's workout.

I *really* like the feeling of being excited for a workout rather than having to drag myself into it.

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Almost back to my usual schedule. Just did three days in a row Crossfit. Unfortunately lost strength (my Olifts are pathetic) and stamina (from consistent 10-15 pullups down to 8-11 for max reps).

On the other hand, just did 13 handstand pushups unbroken.

mrs svc

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FHTOTD: hitting the workouts even at the end of a long hard day always lifts the mood, makes getting and staying asleep easier, and helps the overall focus stay sharp. gosh I love that feeling.

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Week three of my training for the Tough Mudder and glad I decided to start slow.Instead of pushing my runs, I am alternating walking and running for 30 minutes on the treadmill with no knee pain so far. Once I complete 3 miles in 30 mnutes (yes, I am REALLY starting slow! lol) I will up it to 40 minutes, alternating walk and run.

A nice by-product is I've lost 3# so far.

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FHTOTD: starting to get back in to the groove after a few weeksoff. the first few days are the toughest.

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Anne enjoys hiking, running and yoga. We tend to do these together.

I (Robert) also purchased a Trek madone a few months ago I'm finally getting use to the carbon frame.For years I rode a alumunin bike about 120 miles a week. My major fittness activites include sex, cycling, surfing, mountaineering, swimming, and running in that order.

Sorry, not sure what the question or subject was from the original post.

annebob

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HT: new road bike {Trek}.I won't get to do much riding until spring, but I couldn't resist a good deal and a comfortable ride that I loved:)

Shelly

Memphis TN
 
 
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FHTOTD: gym workout. YAY!

Manville NJ
 
 
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HT: having a SM from Georgia as a "personal trainer" for an afternoon:)

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Muscle in my leg is feeling much better, but promised my Massage/Chiro I wouldn't try to put it over in my shoulder in a split until tomorrow.

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