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Teaching Scuba In Alaska at Becoming and Outdor Women (50 degree water)

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In Healy AK about 20 miles from the enterance to Denali National Park. Me front right

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I am back at it Novemeber 2009 - I am working out at Planet Fitness every day after work and my husband has finally joined me some of the days. I started back in in July and finally have a schedule going. My foot had surgery again last April and this time it worked but is is slow to come back and still swollen with lots of scar tissue. I am playing hockey again on a winning team! We have 4 wins (2 without a goalie) and one tie so far. Cardio and weight training really help hockey, now if I could just handle the puck and skate better.

I am working out 6 days a week to get me back into the shape I was. I do weight training 3 mornings a week and cardio six evenings and take off Tuesday because I have a class I am taking that evening.

I am a scuba instructor and want to look good again in a wet suit and not have to just dive in my dry suit

Mar 16, 2008 - Been working hard and it shows some now. People I haven't seen in a month noticed a change! Three weeks till a dive trip, need to keep the intensity up to loose a bit more and tone a bit more before we leave. My husband Steve now has a broken leg so my dive buddy will be my "boy Friend" as my husband calls him. We are all friends and it is in fun. We are going with 8 friends, should be a blast and none of us will want to come home!

Member Since: 2/12/2008

Fitness Minutes: 5,444

My Goals:
To gain lots of muscle and loose the fat along the way. I tease my husband I will be his trophy wife, finally after 25 years.

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I love to get out an do anything, hike, scuba dive, play ice hockey, weight lift, skijor, x-c ski, BMX bike race, Mt. Bike ride, camp, swim, dog mush, snow shoe, and winter camp.

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I have to greatest husband, he supports me and my working out with out much grumble when the alarm clock goes off at 5 am and he doesn't need to get up yet. When I am home late and dinner is very late. All because I am working out or off doing sports. He is our main fan at all our hockey games. I would like him to join me but he has zero interest. He did get in shape once about ten years ago so he would be best for donating a kidney to his sister.

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  • v CJROMB
    Welcome to the Scuba Team! I'd love to hear more about why you joined that team.
    4349 days ago
    welcome to the mtc team! good luck with all your goals!
    4351 days ago
  • v SARAH_VW
    Welcome to the Making the Cut team. It looks like you lead a very active lifestyle and that you have a lot of fun doing it. Good luck with getting to your goal!
    4351 days ago
    Welcome to the Iron Maidens team.. I hope you enjoy our team and find lots of helpful information. However I need to take a page out of your book and learn to enjoy my environment. I live in the lower 48 and struggle with living in colder weather. You seem to take it all in stride.. Have a great day... JJ
    4353 days ago
    I am not sure how much you burn "riding" a dog sled but you don't just ride. At the least you are kicking right along with the dogs and often running uphills with them, fighting to keep the sled upright. It will depend on the team size how much of what you are doing, what kind of race and trail. In a 10 mile sprint race you are hot and breathing real hard when done. On a afternoon outting for fun not so much. I also skijor. That is X-C skiing with the dog(s) tied to you on a belt around your hips. With one dog you are working just as hard as the dog and in a race it is full out. With three or four dogs, which few people do, you aren't skiing as much as controling the craziness. At -39 (we race until -40) I am wearing a x-c racing suit and I am soaked when I finish on a 5 mile run with one dog.

    The weather here changes a lot. 10 days ago it was -54 and yesterday it got up to 43 above. Normally 10 below or so which really isn't that cold. When it has been cold you see people in shorts and/or t-shirts at zero.
    4358 days ago
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