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    Default Qlip Exercises & Eats Well, Probably

    This is going to be a booring blog. I don't really enjoy tracking mundane things, and my goal is to make this as mundane and routine as brushing my teeth. Maybe I should keep track how many reps I do..

    8/31/11
    Did stretches and 20 mins of bodyweight. I counted, but I don't exactly remember. I'm pretty sure I did 30 pushups, 35 situps, 4 sets of 10 squats, 12 pullups. Then I went back and did as much as I could on a second round, probably half as much. I'll keep better track next time, and actually remember lunges too.

    9/1/11
    Did stretches and 20 mins of jumping rope. I didn't count.. I jumped 30 very fast and 30 slow until I had trouble catching my breath. Then I took maybe a minute and continued. I repeated this cycle.

    9/4/11
    Okay, I did my bodyweight workout. I completed it, but there was a small issue.. I'll post about it, we'll see how it turns out.
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    I like the title.
    Masquerading as a normal person day after day is exhausting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    This is going to be a booring blog. I don't really enjoy tracking mundane things, and my goal is to make this as mundane and routine as brushing my teeth. Maybe I should keep track how many reps I do...
    If you'd like we could set up a conga line of cheerleaders to make it more exciting.



    Better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoom View Post
    If you'd like we could set up a conga line of cheerleaders to make it more exciting.



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    @Zoom Yes, thanks so much. Can they also cheer for when I brush my teeth, and when I put my clothes in my hamper?

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    So, well.. I'm not sure how this working out thing is going, or will go. I was on my last squat this morning, and I felt a very familiar twinge in my back.. it's that little twinge I get that means my back will give out soon. I think I know what caused it. It's just me being stupid. I was feeling so good yesterday that I was showing my girls how to kick, and I showed them a couple of high kicks. Usually this just kills my back outright, but it didn't. So, I felt further emboldened and gave them double piggyback rides, i.e. I had my 11 year old on my back, and then my 7 year old on hers, and we ran around the livingroom a bit. Haha.

    EDIT: And there my back goes.. need to modify my plans for the day. Lots of walking is always a good choice. Time to do some window shopping.

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    9/5/11 Okay, got a workout in. It was not as intensive as it has been, but I gotta hang in there. Gotta keep the name green.

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    Non-intensive is better than non-workout as it keeps the routine going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    Non-intensive is better than non-workout as it keeps the routine going.
    Kas is utterly right.

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    Yeah, showing up is half the battle.

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    @Zoom, @Kasper, @wolfy Truth. That was actually an expiriment, I've never really pushed it that much. I usually give it a week or two, and then jump back in. After I stretched and got moving, my muscles loosened up, my body aligned correctly and the pain receeded some, then it kind of came back later in the evening. The important thing is that I didn't hurt myself anymore and got some movement in. No excuses!

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