I tend to switch between the elliptical and the step mill for cardio during the week at the gym, with an occasional run thrown in. On weekends it could be anything from mountain biking, hiking, trail running, climbing, now skiing, or DVD's at home. My strenght training is either a DVD on the weekend, or working out w/ my trainer who always mixes it up. So I guess my answer is YES!
highest weight ever:202, SP starting weight: 143
New goal: more practical new goal, 129, update ticker to reflect that goal.
H: 5''4" 50 y.o.
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current weight: 3.6 over
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I suppose. I always do an hour on the elliptical followed by 30 minutes of weight lifting and I don't lift in any particular order, nor do I always do the same machines or free weights. My yoga instructor usually varies the combinations in her class. There isn't too much I can do to change up my five mile outdoor walk/interval jog (haven't done that one in a few weeks anyway because its been too cold).
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