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HELP please with what to do for exercises

Saturday, July 06, 2013

OK,,,, On the Orange Team we are being asked to do 3 different cardio exercises.

If you have been a regular reader (THANKS TO ALL WHO ARE ! WOOHOOO LOVE the SUPPORT !! OH BOOGIE WOOGIE ! An WISH I COULD do that ! LOL) U know that I can't use my feet well,, the left one especially. Now yesterday I got BIT by that dog (See blog) and so my left pinkie,,,, arm,,, is hurting where he CHOMPED DOWN !

So that leaves me with my right arm to work with and my back,, which I had fractured as a teen is ALSO acting up along with the arthrisis though my back, neck, knees, hans and feet.

LOL What's left? My Dad wants to "wrap you in bubble wrap an keep you HOME with me " !!! But of course that can't happen. LOL First of all he's in FL an I live in Maine. LOL Daddy ur sooo cute !!! And he's PRECIOUS as can be,,,,such concern. He's very worried about the bite an the foot. I've never been healthy thru life. THANKS FAM GENES !

so what do I do? I am about at a LOSS !! I can /did a TINY bit of walking,,,,believe me it's NOT worth it. I'll also VERY Modify the 11 min seated cardio work out,,, but the OTHER Cardio????? I HAVE NO CLUE !! I surely can't run, play tennis, foot ball (an old fav) ride a bike,,, that's out with neuropathy anything that takes Balance is out,,, LOL this really includes walking, but I use my sticks with great difficulty. Hehehehe kick ball is also out,,,though that was a FAV also. As is any type of dancing,,,another fav !


Idea's? THANKS !
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    I see everyone has had the same idea as me swimming !
    1814 days ago
    Swimming would be great. Even just being in the swimming pool - walking with some floats to help you, so scarcely touching the bottom of the pool with any weight at all.
    1814 days ago
    can you swim?
    1814 days ago
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