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It's On a Crack-a-Lackin' now!

Friday, February 01, 2013

I think I 'm going through withdrawal. I haven't done any type of cardio for about a week now and it's messing with me. I thought I would be satisfied with the strength exercises I've been doing..(I'm all about those dumbbells right now), but I need to sweat. I feel life if I don't sweat, then nothing's happening.

It was a good thing I took a break because my leg is feeling a helluva lot better. It only hurts a little when I lift my leg while it's bent. When I get into my car or try to put on a pair of pants.. stuff like that.

So...since it seems I can walk a little quicker now, I finally bit the bullet and joined a gym. Well, actually I signed up my little family for a year's membership at the nearby rec center so we can all find some kind of activity to do. The newly remodeled, fancy cardio machine room is what sold me.

I will be back on the move this Sunday.. can't wait. I plan on being in "beast mode" for the entire month of February.

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  • v LADYGSC
    I agree with everyone, make sure that knee is healed and then "SPARK ON"!
    1238 days ago
  • v PLATINUM755
    ROTFLMOA...love the phrase, "beast mode". Ease yourself back and success will be yours! emoticon
    1241 days ago
  • v MSILVER94
    Glad to hear your leg is doing better! Congrats on your new gym. And diddo for me, beast mode!
    1243 days ago
  • v STEVIEBEE569
    Yes, be careful of that knee! Knee pain or injuries are no joke! I have knee problems, which causes me to do modified versions of my cardio workouts. So, go ahead and unleash the beast, but let her out gradually!
    1243 days ago
  • v SONYALATRECE
    Good for you. Give that knee time to heal though.
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    1243 days ago
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