Way to go! I too am a dinosaur with a million years since teenage workouts. I get a little wiggy in dark water, thinking about creatures below. How do people handle deadwood and grass? It's kept me from swimming in open water.
"...dietary protein proved to be so powerful in its effect that we could turn on and off cancer growth simply by changing the level consumed" Colin Campbell, The China Study
185 on my fourth anniversary of July 7, 2010 Joined weight watchers on 10/18/10 @ 188.0/after multiple 17 week passes took a break on 2/11/12 Weight Loss in 2011--24 lbs. 01/01/12--162.0 02/08/12--159 Plan to lose 12 lbs in 2012 4/19--157 5/18--150 7/07/12=6th anniversary 2012--lost 12 lbs this year!!! 1/04/13--149 :-) 4/11/13--147 5/28/13--145 9/29/13--138 50 lbs 1/13/14--131.5 Byepounds
current weight: 128.0
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Holly/Texas. Time Zone: CST; Don't do anything today you can't maintain for the rest of your life; Studies show a mere 11 minutes of weight training 3 times a week is enough to reduce your body fat and raise your metabolism.
I have recently returned to swimming after what seems like a life time. A challenge from my acupuncturist finds me taking it to a level I never would have before. I am swimming three times a week, averaging 2000 yards/workout. I am registered to swim an 1 mile long fresh water race on August 18, the Nuclear Swim in Hillsborough, NC. My acupuncturist is swimming it with me. Glad to find this forum and challenge!
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