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Had a long weekend, worked hard and now sore

Thursday, May 30, 2013

It's amazing how fast your muscles can get out of shape. It's been about 6 weeks since my rotc fitness class ended and this weekend I did some home improvement and have been so sore since! I need to add some strength training along with my running. Feels good to get those muscles working again, however. Just a good reminder how I need total fitness and not just aerobic activity. Working part of the week now, so will be sleeping all day. Hope to get back to my regular routine and regular sparking!
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  • v BIGBEAROHYEAH
    Hello just checking in to see if you got a chance to look at the recipe yet.
    1119 days ago
  • v BIGBEAROHYEAH
    hello, Hope you get back into your routine. I am not sure what happened to the recipe I did the whole thing had it even tell me the nutriation information.
    Here is the recipe any questions please email me. I will put it here so you have it. I make a huge pot of it I got 22 [2 cup] portions. i freeze them in indivaul containers.
    Ilb bag of 15 mix beans with lentails
    1lb of split peas
    1lb brown lentials
    1 whole winter squash
    1 large bag of cooking greens[swiss chard, kale, spinach]
    1 whole bulb of garlic
    .5 cup choped ginger
    3 cups of diced celery
    3 cups of diced onion
    3 cups of diced carrots
    italian seasoning to your taste
    2 large cans of low sodium diced tomatoes with itailian spice
    2 zest and juice of lemons
    30 cups of water.
    You can soak your beans the night befor. I cook the whole soup all day the longer you can cook it the better. I do not add any fat, sodium or sugar.
    If you need more details please email me!
    I wish it worked the other way.


    1121 days ago
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