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Yesterday I walked 2 miles and swam for 30 minutes. I lost count of my laps because the pool was set up for long course.
The day before I walked 2-ish miles.
I have to admit that I've been a bit peeved for the past few days. My MD told me to knock off the simple carbs (i.e., DESSERTS & CANDY!) for six months and then let's see about my blood work again. Really? My A1c is 5.7 and fasting blood sugar is 106... but my mom, grandma,g-grandma, etc., all had diabetes. That said my BMI is muy perfecto, and they had obesity. Does my MD care about that? Noooo.... SHEESH! I hate genetics.
But that's enough grousing about for me. Good job everyone!
yeh, doc is right, LOL! i hear you on the whole genetics thing. me and insulin resistance are slugging it out! my blood sugar goes into the prediabetic range and i do something to change it, it creeps up, i modify again, etc. and i'm at a point where if i eat more than ~10 grams of sugar in a sitting, i can feel it. and i have to even count total carbs to not feel like its nap time. but its ok, everything in moderation, right!
and some desserts are better, like dark chocolate's high fat content balances out the sugar better than say "peeps"!
cold and wet here. they're calling for snow. so i spent the weekend walking around inside, shopping
Spondyloarthropathy, HLAB27 negative Humira (still methylprednisone for flares, just not as often. Aleve if needed, rarely.) LDN/zanaflex/flector patches over SI/ice vits C, D. probiotics. hyaluronic acid. CoQ, Mg, Ca, K. chiro walk, bike no dairy (casein sensitivity), limited eggs, limited yeast (bread)
Loc: Colorado, USA
Yesterday I triked 5.8 miles in 90F head. THAT WAS AN ERROR IN JUDGEMENT. But the 650m swim in the middle of the ride helped a lot. After that stupid flare a couple of months ago I still haven't been able to work back up to my usual 1K... ideas anyone?
Hope everyone is well and wonderful today! I see your posts and it makes me determined to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
My left big toe decided to invite Mr. Gout into my life. Not the first time, but very d3finitely very painful and now the whole foot is swollen and tender and red. So not walking or riding.... I have lifted and played with baby Em. she is 22 lbs. she likes for me to lift her up and off my chest!!!!!!
but you guys are an inspiration!!!
Go Team!! Go!
Exercise helps us sleep. Sleep helps us recover!!!! Right living gives us good dreams!!!!!
I keep the New Covenant, when I fail....I am pulled back into place by HIM.
Bah-ha-haha!!! I really got a kick out of this, Dow(no pun intended! )...you are so talented!
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Dow, I am just shot in the heart! How emotional, that they wee after you. was it cause you made such a big splash? Or was it because it was perfect and they were sent by a non-union swimmer? but my personal choice would have been to use a 380 semi, with a clip of jacketed bullets for deep water penetration!
If they miss, doesn't that hurt the cement floor???
You passed with flying colors, again!!! your friend, Old Lon