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Originally Posted By: Sue22
lisa, walking with family always the most enjoyable way! cheerleader
slow and steady wins the race! roll

ike, glad you were able to get back in the pool! cheerleader
i really enjoyed swimming when i was doing it! yes

erica, glad your flare is going byebye! heart
the pred kicked mine in the butt! had a great rheumy appt yesterday; was nice to be able to tell him about the flare and how well pred handled it, he seemed as pleased as i was!

today: walked 1 mile, 20 minutes, with hubby!
yesterday was 20, brrr cold snowflake1
but today was 40 and tomorrow will be 60 cool2
heard the red winged black birds today, the first time all year,
and saw one at the feeder this morning.
spring is almost here; soon the robins will return.





Good job Sue and everyone else! cheerleader

I swam 700 yds today and walked about 1/3 mile. grin

IT IS WINDY HERE!!! eek2

GO TEAM! clap


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Going to try for 2 miles tonight but not too sure about it..lol well let you all know in a bit!


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Ok didn't make 2 miles but we did 1 mile and we made it in 30 minutes which is great for me! lol


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Originally Posted By: Angelmom
Ok didn't make 2 miles but we did 1 mile and we made it in 30 minutes which is great for me! lol
It's all about the trying here! Good job! cheerleader


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Ran 3.75 miles yesterday in 38 minutes. I would have been a little faster except I had to stop at an intersection and wait for cars to get past. I guess I didn't have to stop, but I figured it was safer, and It would have taken more time if I was hit by a car.


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Steve,
are you serious, they make you wait for cars???

YOu need to have some kind of traffic control on your hat!!!

What a good example you and everyone is!
I am still working at 15 minutes a day...

God team go!


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each intersection should have a trampoline so you could jump over all the cars! roll

or jet power packs on the back of your running shoes! i hear they are all the rage! cheerleader

yes, good to avoid getting hit! grin2



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walked 1 mile, 20 minutes roll

60 degrees! mostly sunny! woohoo! cheerleader



sue

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LDN/zanaflex/flector patches over SI/ice
vits C, D. probiotics. hyaluronic acid. CoQ, Mg, Ca, K.
chiro
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Originally Posted By: Angelmom
Ok didn't make 2 miles but we did 1 mile and we made it in 30 minutes which is great for me! lol


Walking to Starbucks to earn a cupcake pop counts too, lol smile

Back at home in regular gym pool. 71 laps in 40 minutes yes


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walked, 1 mile, 20 minutes, in the rain,

while it was raining pretty hard, enough for my raincoat and pants to be soaked, it was still almost 60 degrees, and so warm enough to be enjoyable,

but that rain is bringing in a cold front, supposed to drop back down to 30 degrees, already 40 degrees, only an hour after my walk. snow coming next two days, then back around 60 with sun on sunday.....ah yes, spring in upstate NY!



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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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