To wonder, quietly, and hope the world’s leaders will act in the best interest of humanity.
I do have my own opinion of what I believe should be done and what messages should be sent, but I really think that all our leaders need our support at this time.
Dust to dust, ashes to ashes.
Today I decided that my body and legs need to not pedal my Schwinn 170.
I think I am going to settle on a 7-day pedaling 1-day rest schedule. Hell, I’ve been trying to set on a reasonable rest program. It’s not that I am doing too much cardiovascular training. My 72 minutes a day for a period of 7 days more than likely is enough. I’m not an expert or near-expert in physical and body training; I just know what (sort of a gut feeling) may work best for me.
When I began this crazy journey and Trek just about 3 years ago I weighed in at 178.7 lbs. I am now at 164.0 lbs. My intention was and still is to tone up and to lose inches at my belly. 12-inches gone… this sort of works.
I now need to be aware of the goal of maintenance. I am also older by 3 years. I would like to keep the changes and I would like to keep the benefits from the recorded disappearance of my diagnosed diabetes. I would like to maintain a good working heart. It is working. And yes I may sound crazy and somewhat obsessed, but proof is in the pudding.
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Consider the hurt.