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Back For More Punishment...! :-)

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Yep, before checking out I went back to the fitness room today and nailed 35 mins on ye olde Evil E! MUCH less wobbly today! Did another round of ST and some more stationary biking with some cooling down and stretching in the pool.

Nice start to yet another scorching day. I think they broke their record yesterday in Phillie...probably around 100. It was still 90 at 10 pm! Yowzers!

My mentor for the MS Bike tour this September was in a double century ride here in the PA area yesterday & today...100 miles each day! In this heat, I just could NEVER imagine such a feat! Looking forward to hearing from him on how he did...!

Don
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  • L*I*T*A*
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    2318 days ago
  • JCORYCMA
    Wow - you are an inspiration as usual! I thought about you today as the recumbent bikes were taken at the gym and I had to ride an upright stationary bike. Ouch! I persevered though and used muscles I hadn't felt in a long time. Maybe the next stop is a real outdoor bike (sticking to the trails though...)
    Stay cool!
    Joanne
    2321 days ago
  • LADYGWEN25
    wow.. that much mileage in this heat... i'd fall off the bike.... Kudo's for you for keeping up the workouts while you're away! emoticon
    2322 days ago
  • GRACEFULIFE
    Nice, a few more fitness minutes on something new. Keep rocking it out, Don!
    2322 days ago
  • SASSYCHRIS1952
    Yes, Don, Philly had record-breaking temps, ugh. I called my dad and stepmom (they live there) to make sure they are ok (they are). I hope your mentor did ok and has plenty of H2O. Sounds like you had a very good workout in spite of this heat! Keep up the good work emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2323 days ago
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