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Water Aerobics

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Ok, I'll admit that I went entirely too hard yesterday. emoticon This morning I was feeling minor aches. I decided to take a water aerobics class, which worked out great and was just what I needed. I was still able to get a workout in and take it easy on my body. After class I sat in the jacuzzi for a few minutes and then the sauna for a few.

My motto is just keep moving! emoticon emoticon emoticon

My energy is still on full blast and that takes some getting use to but I'm LOVING that feeling emoticon emoticon
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  • JEN40311
    N2LAW1 thanks. I definitely want to do at least one water aerobics class a week. I wouldn't mind doing it more often but I don't want my hair getting wet. Maybe I'll take the class right before I have to condition my hair.
    3395 days ago
  • N2LAW1
    Your motto is so right, keep moving!! I do water aerobics too, it is great and easy on the joints, especially mine, I have two bad knees from abuse when I was younger and in the military and needless to say picking up weight. I have found that it is a fun workout then afterward sitting in the jacuzzi with friends is so relaxing and pulls out the toxins. Keep it up, you will see benefits.
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    3395 days ago
  • PLATINUM755
    Energy creates energy...and you're proving that. You go gurl! I'd read it and heard it repeatedly but was slow to keep a good eye on it, and that was to including a strong warm up/cool down and full body stretches -- truly, from experience, these areas can really help to minimize, if not eliminate, those body aches. I thought I was spending enough time, but my body was telling me I wasn't.

    Keep up the good work...you're on a roll here ! emoticon
    3397 days ago
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