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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Yup, especially if you spontaneously burst into a musical number while carrying them.
    Darn, I think I did it wrong.



    Why are so many convinced that running is the only way to exercise?
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Why are so many convinced that running is the only way to exercise?
    Cuz they don't know no better.

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    2.2 miles, 37 minutes.

    brb, killing self.
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    I wasn't in a lot of pain today, so I wasn't doing it right...
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    My energy levels have been really low lately... I think my bad diet and higher than usual levels of stress have finally caught up to me.

    In other news, it's amazing how good I am at finding excuses to not do the grunt work of fixing my diet! Boo, Udog!

    Anyway, I'll be creating a new Summer Challenge thread on Monday so people interested in playing along can sign up. So now's a good time to start getting ready for the 21st!

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    I went to the doctor, I was dehydrated with low blood pressure, have borderline strep and perhaps have a kidney infection.

    Aaaaaaaagh...
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I went to the doctor, I was dehydrated with low blood pressure, have borderline strep and perhaps have a kidney infection.

    Aaaaaaaagh...
    Yikes.

    However, I'm glad you found out what was going on... dehydration and sickness does help explain some of your difficulties, though, so I'm glad it's something that is likely fixable.

    I hope you are feeling better soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Yikes.

    However, I'm glad you found out what was going on... dehydration and sickness does help explain some of your difficulties, though, so I'm glad it's something that is likely fixable.

    I hope you are feeling better soon.
    Yes. People can die from dehydration. Very serious.

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    I recently read a pretty good e-book called "Brain over Brawn". The author is offering the e-book version for free (click here), and I found it to be a great introduction to many of the basic concepts about health. There are also some pretty interesting suggestions for at home resistance training exercises in it. You can also buy the paper-back edition via Amazon.

    Anyway, I definitely can recommend downloading the e-book and checking it out. It's one of the better consolidated yet still free sources of information I've found.

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    Well, I've decided that I can't lead another Exercise Challenge right now. Last Friday's doctor visit revealed something that I'm going to need to take care of, and it's going to take me out of exercising commission for the next month or so. (Don't worry, it's more inconvenient than major. ) I initially planned on just talking about changes I'm making to my diet for the first month, but after thinking about it figured I would be better served just holding off on the forum contest altogether.

    Hope everyone understands!

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