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Enjoyable Sunday Evening!

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Happy Sunday to Everyone!

My major accomplishment for today was to use my exercise bike.

It has been gathering dust (as well as a convenient hanging rack) for two year.

I managed 30 minutes on it, and I must say I was very proud of myself! I have a different way to exercise now!

I generally stick to walking, some yoga moves, water aerobic and short bursts of dancing and aerobics. My neck injury prevents me from so many exercises I used to take for granted.

I get so excited when I find something different I can do! In between the muscle spasms, the ongoing physical therapy, and the limited range of motion, I tend to get a bit frustrated.

Sunday is a good day to be reminded that my "limitations" are blessings in disguise.

Walking STILL amazes me, the whole deal of putting one foot in front of the other, being able to keep my balance - it is little wonder that walking is truly my favorite form of exercise!

As a matter of fact, I do believe I will hop on that bike for a little while longer before the day is out

I sincerely hope everyone had a good weekend!

Best wishes!

Denise
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  • v HONEYPOT319
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    1464 days ago
  • v ANDYINBC
    You have such an awesome attitude! way to go on the bike. That is my typical daily exercise. Easy to do, goes great with TV, music, reading, or just plain thinking!
    1465 days ago
  • v 1STATEOFDENIAL
    Finding something new that you can do is a great joy. Hopefully it will help you to stay on this healthy journey.

    Have you thought about what other activities you'd be willing to try? You can't do much, but there's still plenty you can try.
    1465 days ago
  • v CHANGING-TURTLE
    emoticon Good Job emoticon
    1465 days ago
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