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Monday again

Monday, February 15, 2016

Taking the weekend off made me have to start all over again on momentum. I only made us 15 minutes on the stepper but I upped the resistance another level & stayed at a 15% incline. Florida is FLAT. I see no reason to walk at a 30% incline. LOL! Yes, I do, but I just had to say that. It's my joke. Starting out slow, but I already feel my torso tightening up a bit. My strides are longer, and I walked the stores BRACE-LESS Saturday. And rested on Sunday. Nothing too interesting except doctors appointments for the next 2 days... They will be complete hassles & I hate them. Grrr. Stay sane, Ang🌺
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  • no profile photo SHORTSTORY2
    Too bad you don't live near me. I could use a walking buddy. I have a slight incline here ; ) but Florida is very flat! Just keep up the good work!! Best wishes.
    1160 days ago
    You are too funny!
    You can come visit me, my street is about a 30° incline!

    Just keep going each day, push yourself but don't beat on yourself so hard you collapse. Slow and steady wins the race.

    emoticon on going out braless, oops, I mean braceless. (Stupid auto-correct!)
    1161 days ago
    emoticon Haha! I got a kick out of you don't need an incline because you live in FL. :D
    1161 days ago
    It's good you took some time off after trying your body out more. I hope that your appts. go super well too. I have to go to the clinic tomorrow too, but just to labs, to get my blood taken and to make sure that this RA med. isn't making my liver enzymes out of whack or my cholesterol sky high! Crossing my fingers and I will for you too!

    Hugs, Karen
    1161 days ago
    Hope all goes well with your appointments.
    1161 days ago
  • MISS1528
    You got this!
    1161 days ago
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