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Get on the ball

Friday, September 19, 2008

I have been wanting to order Chalene Johnson's Get on the Ball dvd workout for a while now. I think I may actually get it ordered. With fall and winter coming I will be in the house more and will use my equipemnt downstairs more than being outside. Sounds like a good time to get it ordered.

I am realising that I enjoy stretching and strength training more as time goes on. I used to feel that stretching was such a waste of time, but I have learned to truly enjoy it. The strength trainig I really enjoy more and more. Although I must admit cardio is still my favorite thing to do.
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  • LEE907
    Hi Peggi,
    I'm going to do the Chalene Johnson's ball workout this weekend.
    We're having rain all weekend here in NY, so I figured I'd do this ball workout. I haven't done this in a long time & I think it will be fun for a change. Have a nice weekend Peggi.

    Love Ya,
    3525 days ago
  • LEE907
    Stability ball workouts are the best, I've been using the ball for so many different exercises. I use the ball for my strength training instead of a bench, which I don't own. I do my crunches on it also. It's also good for cardio workouts. Chalene Johnson 's DVD is terrific.
    That's what I do in the winter time also, use the DVD's. I save these exercise for the winter to do. Peggi, I'm sure you'll like the DVD, & what I like , is that it doesn't take up much room.
    Good Luck with it.
    3529 days ago
    I am chagrined to really acknowledge how off my strength training I have been!! A bit Wed, and will try again this weekend--but hearing the positives from you helps tons!!

    How is your cholesterol coming? Did the niacin help?

    And ps--where was that picture taken, a few blogs back, of you at what looks like a cool old house?
    3531 days ago
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