Yes. I am blessed with upper body/back/arm strength. I can do 20-25 without rest.Athene wrote:Nice workout. Can you do 10 Push Ups in a row without resting?
Athene wrote:Bump it! That's so sweet!!!
Boss Man wrote:WELL DONE Lynne, you are a pretty amazing Lady and I'm proud of you misses.
thanks girl! yes, the silver fox - all natural babeee!Athene wrote:Looking good Lynne! Congrats!
PS Love your hair colour in that photo. You're so foxy
fitoverforty wrote:Ran a 5 mile race today - had a great time, didn't try to run too hard, just coming off of injury and being sick a week. But I loved just running and being "in the crowd".
this was my last race before the big "50"!!!
fitoverforty wrote:tuesday was the 1st day back on speedwork....re-pulled my hamstring on the second lap.
out for another week or two.
Gonna have to redirect my workouts - more strength training and non-running cardio until this hamstring heals completely. ugh.
thanks!musculArgirl2 wrote:Happy early birthday! nice way to begin.
thanks, me too. It's funny, I ran 5 miles at a moderate pace and had no pain, no problems - but then I did speedwork, ran a little faster than "race pace" and boom, it pulls......SO FRUSTRATING!!!!musculArgirl2 wrote:Bummer Lynne! Hope it heals soon!
fitoverforty wrote:hmmmmm....a triathlon.....or maybe a aquabike (swim and bike only) sounds fun!
I hate open water swims tho'....there's one in August in Bastrop TX that has a 200 meter pool swim, then a 16 mile bike - PERFECT!!
Thanks Becky for showing me there's always another way, another option, another pathway to get my fitness fix!
you don't have to live thru me girl...I know you can do it too! If I can do it, and I am by no means anyone special - just someone that refuses to accept limitations - you can also. One day at a time - one workout at a time - one healthy meal at a time, it can be done.musculArgirl2 wrote: i would love to do it someday! I can live through you Lynne!
I can't see thru the water, like I can in the pool. I can't touch bottom like I can in most of the length of the pool. I panic when the water and splashing, thrashing, arms and legs hitting me from other athletes hits me - afraid I can't breath. At least in a pool it is a more controlled environment, we have a lanes to swim in, and I can see and touch bottom if I need to.musculArgirl2 wrote:Why don't you like open water swims?
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