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3/28/10 4:56 P

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I think carrying armfuls of wood is fun..I look forward to Fall when we get a couple of trailers full of wood and have to unload it from the trailer and stack it in the garage...I just plug in to my MP3 and go to town.

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MDEAL72's Photo MDEAL72 Posts: 841
3/28/10 12:27 P

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Nice responses so far...I am going to try real kickboxing with my husband tonight...he does martial arts and is going to work with me on learning Muay Thai Boxing. Yikes!

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YORKITEER's Photo YORKITEER Posts: 353
3/26/10 3:07 P

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This might not be a fun thing...but it is good exercise. We had two trees come down around Christmas time. My back yard looks like a hurricane hit in December. So now that it has finally dried up enough to be able to walk out there...I'm headed to haul wood to the burn pile~!!~~~ Now that should use some calories...and it is a beautiful Spring day outside here in the beautiful South!

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ANNMARIE8565's Photo ANNMARIE8565 Posts: 963
3/26/10 1:54 P

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As soon as it is warm enough I am going to start biking again and working up to a 30 mile ride. I am doing a a charity bike ride for Roswell Park Cancer Institute in August and am planning on doing the 30 mile ride this year...last year was my first year doing it and I did the 20 mile ride.

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3/26/10 12:33 P

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Last week I went for a 4 mile bike ride ... and despite all the running that I do ... I could feel the muscles in my inner thighs screaming!!

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MDEAL72's Photo MDEAL72 Posts: 841
3/26/10 10:58 A

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As we enter into the Spring season, we begin to migrate outdoors as the weather warms up. Most of us pick back up with a regular, outdoor running routine. However there are so many things we can do outside! And doing different things with our bodies once in awhile can really help to keep us motivated with our running goals, as well as work our muscles in new and exciting ways.

The challenge this week is to plan to try at least one new activity and come here and let us know about it. It doesn't have to be an outdoor activity, though we highly recommend you get outside and get your Vitamin D if the weather is good wherever you are. We look forward to hear how you have chosen to "mix it up" this week.

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