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Exercise Overload

Monday, January 19, 2009



Whew! I had quite an active day! I started out this morning and shoveled snow for almost an hour. Then after lunch I did 30 min. of yoga from a DVD I have. Later this afternoon DH asked if I wanted to go for a walk outside with him! So we walked for about 40 min. out on the road which was snow covered and a little slippery going up and down hills. I use to walk that route all the time but I was sure feeling it by the time we got back to the house! LOL It was a beautiful sunny day, temps only in the teens but little wind.

So, I got in lots of exercise today! Oh and I also got in my Sparks strength exercises too! I might be a little sore tomorrow since I am feeling it tonight but mostly my one bad knee and hip! My arm muscles are feeling it from the yoga.

WHEW!!!! But do I feel good!!
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  • v NEWSTART127
    WOW!!! emoticon You had a blue ribbon day! Congrats on getting in all that exercise! You rock!
    2772 days ago
  • v WYOKATHERINE
    Great job, you may feel sore but it will be worth it. Just shoveling snow is great at burning those calories. Keep up the good work.
    2772 days ago
  • v ADNICUL44
    Great job, my dear. You may be a little sore tomorrow, but doing some gentle stretching might help some and of course a nice warm bath. Keep on blogging! I love your blogs! Your partner in health, Lucinda
    2772 days ago
  • v BARBARA_G
    What an accomplishment all that exercise! It makes me want to go out and do more myself.
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    2773 days ago
  • v KAREN_01
    Wow, you've done great! Just nurse that knee and hip a little bit, we don't want you to injure them.
    2773 days ago
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