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I am Miserable!

Posted by organic_kitten 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 26, 12 at 20:51

OH rats! First day at the gym. I have muscles hurting that I didn't know even grew there. Came home and cooked, then canned a couple of varieties of pickles. Vegged and watched Doc Martin.

These sore muscles are going to get worse before they get better...I can tell. Why does healthy living have to hurt?
kay


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RE: I am Miserable!

LOL Kay. I don't go to the gym. I just step outside and sweat it out for a couple of hours. ;-). Come winter, I will have to think of something though besides shoveling snow.

I also love Doc Martin. One of my favorite shows. Hope they continue with the series.

Julia


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Oh Kay LOL! With all the work you do in the garden I don't see how you even need to go to the gym.


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LOL! My garden is my Gym too. I live on 2.5 acres of hills so I get a work out just opening my front door. We are still doing dirt work so I'm also on a construction site.

I try to drink lots of water and I go to bed smelling like icy hot. . . it helps a little. Keep up the good work.


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I spent years working out doing aerobic dancing, weight lifting, tread mill, water exercises, etc. ad infiniatum. My reward is osteoarthritis--will hip replacements be in my future? Now I exercise by walking 50 minutes most mornings, doing housework, and some yard work. It will have to do, and I try to eat sensibly with low fat and low calorie foods. It will have to do for me at this stage of my life. Avedon


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