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Posted: Yesterday at 09:56


Lovely rings Noggs. Hope you get out for your ride today.

~~~~~~~Podds and DG~~~~~~~~~~

Still waiting for Meldy's race report ......................

I have crawled up the stairs to get on the pc. Yesterday's kettlebell dvd workout is having an effect already. Being unable to walk properly is the main one.  But, it must mean I am working muscles that need it  so 

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Posted: 29/07/2014 at 14:48

Chuggs - so glad to ohear Monty is feeling at home with you and secure. You have so much fun/love to come

((((((Meldy))))))))) Hope work is peacefull and you can get home and snooze before too long.

Hot in the garden here. lovely

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Posted: 29/07/2014 at 10:15

Sorry Podds - x post.

~~~~~~~~~~for DG~~~~~~~~

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Posted: 29/07/2014 at 10:13


~~~~~~~~vibes for Podds and DG~~~~~~~~~ hope the news is good.

(((((((((((DL and OH))))))))))) You will have made a  happy difference to that lad's life for a short while. 

Noggs - when I was running regularly a few years ago, I recorded my maximum HR by running up a hill several times. It peaked at 182 so I know I was within safe limits on the bike on Sunday. I wouldn't want to get it that high now though, I think that would be the end of me!! Working at it Slowly

Well swimmed MC. I hate the thought of pooey water with weeds in. But then I am a wimp. Well done. 

Yums - I will be happy to oblige with the swift boot up the jacksie but I feel you would benefit more from a bit of tlc. That schedule is stressful and tiring.  Be kind to yourself. 

I have been tired for the last couple of days but have been suffering from an infection so that's probably why. I hope the antibiotcs kick in now as I am bored with this.  

Ii have a kettlebell dvd waiting for me downstairs


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Posted: 28/07/2014 at 13:53

Great going there Snaily.  Well done

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Posted: 28/07/2014 at 13:52

Well runned Daffs. Its good to know you are exceeding 1012 mileage already. You must be serious about it if you ran on holibobs.

Gardening put on hold. We have just had a huge downpour and now everything is soaked and soggy and the washing I put out has had another rinse! Bathroom cleaned, running mag read.......I have to find some more resting type things to do. 

working at it slowly

Posted: 28/07/2014 at 13:48

Well said Daffs. I am waiting.....


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Posted: 28/07/2014 at 13:47

Well cycled Noggs. The nearest I got to a hill yesterday was cycling over the bridge which joins our island to the mainland. I did it twice. That was enough! My HR peaked at 165 in a headbreeze (not quite a wind?) but quickly went down again so no worries there. Its all very flat hereabouts . Is that lucky or unlucky? LOL

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Posted: 28/07/2014 at 10:31

Goooooooood morning

Great Big Well Dones to Meldy and MC. !!!  Just need the race reports now. 


~~~~~~~~~~vibing the ((((((((Podds and the DG))))))))))))


Well done Dragon, that is very lovely indeed 

Belated birthday happies for yesterday FP. Sorry I missed it. I hope you had plenty of these 

((((((((((DL, OH and young man)))))))))))

Latest news on Holly, she has concussion and will have the banging headache for a few days more, it seems. Thanks for the Waister vibes, they really helped.

Yums - I can't believe how grown up your boys are now. The time seems to be flying past so quickly. 

I cycled yesterday. I got a bit carried away and ended up in Barling (Yums will know where that is), then had to stop for a rest on the way home but made it ok and even did a bit more just so I could clock up the final mile. Old habits eh? 20 miles done - not very many by some other people's standards but a huge achievement for me. My legs were knackered after though and I was snoozing by 9.30pm in front of the tv, with a smug smile on my face

Today I am resting. Which means some housework and a bit of planting in the garden.





working at it slowly

Posted: 26/07/2014 at 16:22

((((Podds)))))) So sorry to hear you have yet another thing to get your head around. 

Chuggy - Monty looks lovely, as do them all. 


LOL, sorry for the confusion about the HRM batteries. I decided to get it working again because that way I can monitor myself during activites and hopefully will not get too overheated or raise heart rate too much and therefore will not get exhausted and risk a setback with the ME. I don't know if it works like that in practice but that's my theory. I have found out that swinging my kettlebell around for a few seconds raises my HR to that of a moderately paced run. I am still working within zones that I had set when I was fit so it may be all a bit wrong and out of date but it will help me stay well, I hope. 


((((((FP)))))))))). Hope the gobache soon settles down. What a day you had. 

Could the WAISTERS please send Holly some vibes? She hit her head at work on Monday and dented it a bit. She has felt ill all week and now has a painful swelling next to the injury site, which has appeared in the last 24 hours. She phoned 111 today and they have told her to go to A & E. She only told me this an hour ago. Hopefuly its nowt to worry about. Another incidence of how good it would be to be a psychic parent. Thank you

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