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Today's run 11 miles in 1 hour and 54 minutes. Very slow, but I rolled my ankle at mile 5, I then walked about a 1/4 mile until my ankle was ready to go again.


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Originally Posted By: Orch
Today's run 11 miles in 1 hour and 54 minutes. Very slow, but I rolled my ankle at mile 5, I then walked about a 1/4 mile until my ankle was ready to go again.


Ok, I think I can now safely say that you're ADDICTED to running! yes If the ankle rolling had happened to me, I would have called my husband to come pick me up. I'm such a sissy about being hurt anymore. You win. cheerleader Here's a song tribute to your tenacity. Nobody be offended, it's just my 80's disco showing. smile


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walked, 1.5 miles, 30 minutes......

seems like if i just stick to my 1.5 miles, 30 minutes, my shins don't act up, better than pushing it like the other weekend, then being out of commission for a week plus.

then recleared the weeds from my herb garden so maybe i can finally get the new herbs in the ground. so much easier this year, chiro and new drugs really making a difference, though depending on liver, may have to give up drugs, certainly hope not, hate going backwards, but if i do, i do, i know others have had to.

only found 1 slug, 1 spider, and 1 worm, nothing else too creepy crawly! i wear gloves just in case; when we lived in virginia, black widows liked hiding in the garden; definitely don't want to be bitten by something like that!




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Saturday:

Pool temperature: 78 degrees
Amount of time spent swimming: 55 minutes
Number of laps completed: 156

ha!! tongue3


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Originally Posted By: Dow
Saturday:

Pool temperature: 78 degrees
Amount of time spent swimming: 55 minutes
Number of laps completed: 156

ha!! tongue3


Good job! clap


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only found 1 slug, 1 spider, and 1 worm, nothing else too creepy crawly! i wear gloves just in case; when we lived in virginia, black widows liked hiding in the garden; definitely don't want to be bitten by something like that!



Good job! clap

I have to admit, I hate bugs and spray the perimeter of my doors and windows with poison... but in the garden I leave them alone. We planted 4 whiskey barrels in our condo walkway today. Tomatoes, jalapenos, cucumbers, squash, honeydew, and watermelon. I have a feeling it's going to look a bit wild in a few weeks. Oh well....


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Today the pool was long course. I love that because I don't have to turn as much. I swam 1,500 meters in 45 minutes. smile For some reason swimming the long course is just easier on my. Maybe not having to kick off from the end???


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Hi guys.
First I did 20km on the bike then I did 5km on the treadmill jogging and after I thought I would jump in the jacuzzi to relax. I did this in 1hour 6mins.
Unfortunately the water was way too hot for me and so were the showers and the water spa... The only thing that would cool me down was a dip in the swimming pool!
Normally one would go to the jacuzzi to get out of the pool not the other way around.
Well I for one was a bit bemused.

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Went to the gym for 35 mins each day, Thursday and Friday, and walked yesterday and today 2 1/2 miles each day. Took 45 minutes each time.


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no spray for us anywhere, for one thing we'd worry about mookie. we put bait traps out for the ants, that's about it, as they get to be a nuisance in the house in the spring if we're not vigilant.

your garden sounds yummy! my hubby puts in the veggies each year and we have a nice stand of strawberry plants, tons of raspberry and blackberry bushes, hardy kiwi (they're awesome for anyone living up north!), a few cherry trees around, and a peach tree that the honeybees always seem to get to before the peaches are ripe enough for us, oh well, LOL! the bees gotta eat too!



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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)
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