The night of Sept 10, 2013, my partner and I changed rear tires (after a busted interior). We tried several times to undo and redo the tire as "something" kept the wheel from turning smoothly each time. Obviously, none of us really thought it was serious matter; I was more excited to knock off early,... Continue Reading →
Anticipating that rehab session plus shock wave therapy will make extra weak, I decided not to run today, not even on the treadmill. Nah, that's not being honest. The truth is I'm still feeling sad for Harley and my hopes to get back on the saddle seem dim at the moment. I know it's making... Continue Reading →
When I started on this journey to bike as a cross training from running, I was so surprised that after a few times, I genuinely liked it so much that my schedule took a revamp and interspersed running and biking so that I could have BOTH sports in tow. I know, deep inside when I... Continue Reading →
Day 27, Oct 8 The second half of my disturbed sleep was quire refreshing, and so I took my good mood as an impetus to raise the bar a bit in my workout today: 20minutes spinning at ave HR 140bpm 60minutes interval TM training: 2minutes slow jog, then 8minutes TM walk on 15% incline 10minutes... Continue Reading →
Day 21, Oct 2, 2013 Programmed for some action via driving and errands, it felt that a lot of my bouncy, upbeat self is back in the groove. It’s funny that I can still drive decently simply by using the lower end of the stirring wheel. Even if this was theoretically possible, not everyone would... Continue Reading →
Day 14, Sept 25, 2013 You don’t know how liberating it feels to have surgical staples removed. Although I knew from my son Jason’s experience when he had an appendectomy in 2010, I still felt a tugging in heart each time Dr Torres pulled at the staples. Eleven, all of them, and jokingly he asked... Continue Reading →
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