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SumoRunner

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Doing very well. What I'll do today is babysit one of the grandsons, maybe go to the park, maybe the pool, take a nap, you know, important stuff. But first some pushups, some squats, and walk a few miles. I'm unable to run any longer due to arthritis in the spine, and even biking beyond 10 miles has been bothering me lately, but I can do anything that has no impact force. I swam 1.5 miles in open water with the triathlon club last night, another 1.5 miles in a pool the day before. I did do a sprint triathlon last month but had to walk the run segment, came in last place of course, but being the oldest one entered gave me sufficient cover.
 

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Wow! Nothing seems to be slowing you down. Wonderful news! You have a great attitude and you are an inspiration! Next year is the big 30...hope you do something special. :)
 

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SumoRunner;n878036 said:
Doing very well. What I'll do today is babysit one of the grandsons, maybe go to the park, maybe the pool, take a nap, you know, important stuff......... .
Isn't it great that we where given the opportunity, thru OHS, to enjoy a normal retirement and the "important stuff". Hope you have many more.
 

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Congratulations! Your fitness routine,even if it is currently curtailed, keeps me motivated. A mile and a half in open water is darn good!
 
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