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#92: Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person's physical, emotional, and mental states.

Had an awesome, yet miserable time in Tone to the Max this morning. Heaven, have mercy, what our instructor did to us bordered on torture. Forget waterboarding! There should be Congressional hearings on Sumo squats. I’ll gladly testify!

Today makes two days of strength training and running in a row, so tomorrow I’m taking my first cycling class. I’m way nervous but my faithful friend HJM is coming with me. I love having this gym membership because I can try something different nearly every time I go. Cycling, yoga, and swimming are all out of my comfort zone, but I figure, if I’m paying for them, I should take advantage of them, right?

I ran three miles after class. My knee twinged a bit in the middle of my third mile, but felt fine with some walking and has felt fine all day. That’s another reason for cycling tomorrow—give my knee a little break. I’ll have more tomorrow!

Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person’s physical, emotional, and mental states.” — Carol Welch

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3 thoughts on “#92: Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person's physical, emotional, and mental states.

  1. Ugh! I remember when I was going to Tone to the Max. It hurt so good! I wonder if the same lady is teaching it… we’re gonna have to chat!

  2. Hey you…thanks for the garmin link, I’m going to check that out tonight. I’ve been banned from Xanga at work, actually, I’m not sure why your site is working through out filters either. How was class today? I sliced my hand open pretty nastily on Tuesday so I will not be Toning to the Max for a while. It’s awful. I’m going to try running tonight and see how well it goes. Hurts like crazy. Hope you’re doing well!

  3. Oh yeah. Cycling is really fun if you have a good teacher and good music! Can’t wait to hear how you like it.

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