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A Creature of Habit

Sunday, November 24, 2013

I've been on this journey for awhile. I have access to a wonderful health club and there are several classes that I do on a weekly basis such as cycling, Reformer, and a cable class. Outside of doing the cable class I have not been successful doing weight training at the Club. So, I'm back to using my Total Gym at home. I've found a new routine and I'm sure there are more out there if I look so I should be able to add variety in time.
I have several DVDs that I can use at home. The one I use the most and I know it has made a difference is my stretching. I try to make it to the Club at least 3 times a week. I have not yet established a consistent workout plan at home outside of my daily walking with my golden retriever Leo. Since the weather is now very cold in MN., I need to have an alternative.
This morning I pulled up my 29 year old Nordic Track. My husband has wanted to dispose of this for years but I have not let him. Once again I am reminded why ~ it is 9 degrees outside and I do not thrive in cold weather. All of which to say, I will be using my old faithful Nordic Track this morning. I am learning what works for me is what counts. My only disappointment is that Leo may not like it. I may have to brave the cold for short walks!
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  • CINDYAST
    You're right when you say you have to do what works for you. But poor Leo! lol! I'm sure he'll still get his walks, maybe even faster ones! I'm doggy sitting our sons 1/2 boxer 1/2 german shepherd (75 pounds and goofy) this week and it's cold here too. Not as cold as you have it though! If the sun would just pop out it would feel so much better! Stay warm and Nordic Track on!
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