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Good exercise day (and questionable gym etiquette?)

Saturday, February 23, 2013

I went to the gym today and did a nice workout. 60 minutes of cardio (40 stairclimber, 10 stationary bike, 10 treadmill) plus some strength training. It felt good and was a good way to clear my head. Everyone says it is good to work out with a friend but I am perfectly content to work out on my own. It is more therapeutic for me this way. The only occasional problem is individuals who lack proper gym etiquette? At my gym, there is no talking on your cell phone, but some people seem to have difficulty following this very simple rule. I just made do with it and kept plugging along :)

It is day 85 of my 10+ minutes a day so that helps!

Happy Weekend :)

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DEDICATED2HIM 2/27/2013 1:01PM

    Great JOb working out. People can be so rude. And have they no shame? Don't they care that the whole world can hear them?? That's when an IPod comes in handy. crank up the music and you won't even hear them.

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ANGRITTER 2/25/2013 8:11AM

    Congratulations on the 85 day accomplishment! It's a wonderful thing when you find something that works and you can stick with it. And when you lose weight too, yahoo!

And there must be crack in cell phones because everyone is addicted to it. I never see people walking around with their heads up anymore. They are all on their phones. I cannot walk and text, so I have to stop and that means I am not working out, so I just make people wait. I don't know anyone so busy that they can't take 20 minutes off for the greater good of everyone beside you.

Maybe he won't be there today! HAHA

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PRAIRIECROCUS 2/24/2013 11:38PM

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