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Saturday: 3 x 1 mile jogs out to the park and back to the office (11a, 1p, and 3p).

Sunday: rest

Monday: unplanned rest

Tuesday: Ab roller 3 x 8; 12 rounds for time of 5 hang power cleans (65 lb - went lighter than prescribed to go unbroken and save my back) + 5 Toes-2-bar. 11 min 23 sec.

Wednesday: Bootcamp - lots of bear crawls and planks and a few crab walks over an hour.

Thursday: Snatch balance work with 65 lb, then for time 1000m row, 50 power snatch 55 lb, 30 burpees. 12:50.

Friday: hmmm, not sure yet. Maybe crossfit, maybe a jog, maybe rest day.

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I taught fitness classes for years as well, and I know exactly what you mean; it was such a charge of energy to be with all those happy people.

Good luck, Mr va with all that moving and driving. It is so excoting.

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i work out becausd i love it. i taught (both group classes and personal training) for over 20 years, nights/weekends and loved it. something about the energy when that many bodies move in synch to good tunes, and the feedback, was just so awesome.

i ran when i was in my early 20's. i haven't run since--i hate it. i ruined an ankle and to this day i still remember going down, hard, on the ground. so i won't even try to make myself like it or succeed at it anymore. i keep to indoor sports. (heh.)

am also getting in to yoga more, lifting less. the balance and flexibility are important and inherent in yoga, so i get it a bonus/combo effect.

i think of the body as the most miraculous piece of engineering -- and the temple that houses each of our unique beings. too many of us don't take enough care of 'em.

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My workout this morning was arm day.

My workout this evening will be "loading the contents of our house into a container".

My workout tomorrow will be "drive to Columbia, SC".

Saturday's workout will be "drive to Lake City, FL". Drop off bicycles and cat. Meow.

Sunday's will be "drive to Orlando, FL".

We will see about getting a Planet Fitness membership or something while in Orlando, to keep us going while we are there.

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Yd, Thanks for the compliment.I have similar reasons for wanting to take care of myself. I come from a scary gene pool. I have always gone to the gym and cycled, but I am so entranced with my yoga practice, that I have stopped lifting altogether. Part of the change is due to the fact that I love all aspects of yoga: mental, physical and spiritual. For someone my age, I feel as though it gives my exactly the kind of tone I want. I don't like the way I look anymore with too much muscle and sinew. I also love what the yoga is doing for my ass. I am doing intense vinyasa sessions which involve lots of what are essentially dead lifts and lunges. I am very flexible and strong, so yoga is such a natural fit.

I run because I SUCK, SUCK, SUCK at it! I can cycle 30 miles with little or no training, dance like a maniac for 4 hours or do any boot camp class with the twenty-somethings. I cannot run. I know it is mental, but it has been this way my entire life. It takes me months to build up to 2 miles. I am achingly slow. It is actually comical, but I just keep plodding on hoping that one day I will wake up a runner. I know during the 5K, I will be passed by the following: women pushing strollers, men running with their pre-schoolers, great-grandmoms, barefooted drunk doods and stray dogs. Thank heavens for good music and a sense of humor.

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Yondude I truely love to see people transform themselves at any age. It is a rare and wondrous thing to witness. You get to finally see someones true personality and watch them experience life the way it should be. Keep it up brother and if you are ever in the area come hit the gym with me.

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Peghey - from what I see you look great. My experiences taking care of ailing parents (who did not do a single thing to take care of themselves) and watching my older brother (by 18 months) balloon over 300 lbs was what I needed to get my ass into gear. I do not want my kids going through what I went through if I can help it. And I started late (51) so it's possible to change ones life at anytime. If I can do this...trust me...anyone can.


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You are an inspiration, Yondude. I am back in the workout swing. Run, yoga and extra abs.

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Weights for about an hour and HIIT either at the track or on a dreadmill. It's somewhat surprising how effective that is in improving my overall running during regular runs and how many calories that burns through. I've finally dropped below 185 and it's been years since I've been at that number.


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I'm doing a new leg workout for the next few months to shake it up a bit. High reps so I did 4 sets of 20's @ 365lbs with 1 minute between sets. My legs are still shaking. After that leg press and some hams.

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