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Exercise Changeup

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

My friend will be babysitting her great granddaughter on Thursdays so we had to change our exercise time to Wednesday-not too big a changeup, right? Well, as I was lying in bed last night I remembered I had an appointment with the trainer at the gym I just joined-I get 2 free sessions. So I did a 1 mile walk video with Dorothy, drove to the gym or rather by the gym and had to make a u-turn back to it. I did 15 min on the treadmill while I waited for the trainer to finish up with a client, did just a few leg exercises with him after we talked about what I want and need to achieve. We set up the next appointment for Saturday morning and then I finished up with another 20 min on the treadmill. My legs and hips are talking to me now screaming "I'm not used to all this!" Saturday I may set up a training schedule with him for at least a month or two to get me back in gear. This gym's prices are less than half the other gym. My small changeup is feeling like a really big changeup but I know it's what I need.
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    Kerry I hope it works for you. You are so dedicated! Good job.
    1963 days ago
    Glad you're getting into this new gym. I wish I had a trainer for motiviation.
    1963 days ago
  • MIRAGE727
    Love to hear about you stepping it up, Kerry! Remember to cool down properly and stretch to combat DOMS! I have to remind myself repeatedly. Stay strong!
    1963 days ago
  • IS1GAR
    It sounds like a good change and you will see the results....your legs will talk and cry for a while but once you start getting stronger they will be thanking you for what you are doing to get them in shape.....Good for you my friend, your are in a roll. emoticon
    1963 days ago
    You can do it.
    1964 days ago
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