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Slowly getting back in the groove.

Thursday, March 07, 2013

Well it's thursday and I'd like to say that I've hike, run, biked, swam everyday. The reality NOT! Sunday we skied a LOT! 6 hours of skiing, of that 6 hours 3 where spent 'monkey wrestling'. (that's my nick name for my niece). I had some very scary crashes with her that left my hips very sore for 3 days. Yesterday was a mega bike work out and then I was to do track. With the weather I chose not to fight traffic and head into town for the track work out.

Today is a sunny yet cold morning, so I will go for a run out side today when it warms up some. Then I may even go swimming this afternoon.

It's amazing how quickly my mental can get lazy and out of shape. My body is still just as strong but my mental is a bit blah.

I will keep my eye on the prize!
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    I hope you are feeling better by now after your crashes with your neice. Yikes!

    Good to see you are getting back. And yes, for me anyway, the mental part is often the hardest.

    Have a wonderful day!
    1814 days ago
    Glad to see you back, sorry you've had such a rough time lately. I always think some good exercise clears the head and heart. It is lovely today and I just had a nice walk through the Park blocks.
    1815 days ago
    You've been through quite a time over the last few weeks; it takes awhile to get fully back to everything. Hang in there and just keep doing the little things that take you to your goals, you will get there!
    1815 days ago
    I was out running Tuesday evening during the rain and wind, and thought of you and DonutMan every time I wanted to yell HEADWIND! LOL Geez o pete it was crazy windy.

    Slow and steady wins the race, don'tcha know?
    You're getting there, step by step. Before long you'll be blowing all your Tri workouts outta the water!
    1815 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/7/2013 11:24:53 AM
    1815 days ago
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