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Walking to steppin' music...felt good

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

As I prepare for surgery on Friday, I had to have a prescription filled for Percocet. I certainly don't want to wait until the last minute. I decided to walk to the pharmacy. It's only 1.21 miles there, but I've always driven there. I'd never walked it.

I own a cd called Fusion Step '09. I think I purchased it from YES FITNESS. It's a good, steady pace by which to walk. When I got to the pharmacy, I kept moving to the music while I waited for the pharmacist to finish with my order. I kept it movin' and it felt good to work up - what I call, a simple sweat.

I figure I'd better get all the working out in I can now because for at least the next couple weeks, I'm not gonna be able to do any. (Should I stop eating???) LOL
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  • v MAESTRAPLANK1
    I respond to music when I am walking too! Music helps me so much to keep going and enjoy the experience especially when I am walking hills an valleys! emoticon
    1518 days ago
  • v PHYNIXX
    Praying that all works out well with your surgry and may you have a speedy recovery!!
    1525 days ago
  • v JAZZEJR
    I agree--walking to music always energizes my steps :) Good luck with your surgery. Will be thinking of you and will keep you in my prayers.
    1527 days ago
  • v DEBBYFROMMT
    Good for you! Must really feel good. Good luck with your surgery!
    1529 days ago
  • v FULANITAA
    Looks like I'm going to have to get some workout music for myself. I love all these ideas I'm getting from everyone. Good luck with your surgery!
    1529 days ago
  • v TIMOTHYNOHE
    Good for you. 1.2 mile is so close I almost never drive that close.
    1529 days ago
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