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Buzz Worthy?

72-hour challenge

Yesterday, met Cheryl at work so we could ride together to Epcot last night. Took this photo of the 2001 photo in her office. i began a consistent workout habit this same year.

Three days later, wrist is improving.

Ice, heat, ibuprofen, and a wrist brace.

Straightforward.

Common sense.

Amazing what can happen in three days.

Remarkable what can happen in nearly two decades using common sense.

Will i return to running soon?

Will you?

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Final 120 Days

Recovery

Fresh June 8th snow on the mountains across from Lake McDonald Lodge.

Recovery.

Recovery is the process of catching up to normal – whatever normal means to you.

With exercise, it’s generally rest or a much lower version of your exercise routine.

When we travel, it can mean recovery from jet-lag and getting caught up with office administration.

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Besides Diet & Exercise

Do something completely different

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Windermere Prep High School poster yesterday.

 

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Choose to be extraordinary. Words and phrases shape our thinking. Our thinking shapes our habits.

 

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Looking right from my bench.

 

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Looking straight from the bench.

 

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Zooming in.

 

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Looking left.

 

Windermere Prep High School
Zooming in.

 

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Randomly, the intricate detail caught my eye though the camera’s zoom lense.

 

One of my seven wellness architectural blueprints is rest.

Primarily focused on sleep, it also relates to recovering from physical activity.

While sleep is perfect for recovery, so are scenic diversions from our daily routine.

Yesterday afternoon i made an intentional choice to get to the high school 30 minutes early (to pick up our Son) and sit on the bench by the office.

Three years ago, i used to do this every day.

My business wasn’t as busy then.

i had more time to spare.

Looking to take back more spare time.

 

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Comeback 2015

Time will tell and all we have is time

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Who’s taking care of your health?

 

Time will tell and all we have is time.

Walked out to the mailbox like i do every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and began walking (instead of running). After the first mile, began a slow jog which lasted two miles and included a break or two to stretch.

Walked the final mile home.

No pain.

Time will tell if the freakish, sometimes debilitating pain will raise it’s ugly head.

Such is our life whether we live like we mean it or not.

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Comeback 2015

And so it goes, the boring basics

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Yesterday, a late, hot start to the day, at 8am.

 

With a green light from my Podiatrist of ten years, yesterday was an important milestone.

The pain from running at the Sunshine State Games on Father’s Day 10 days ago, is fading to nothing.

Five miles of consecutive negative splits, not pushing hard, just gradually controlling the increased pace. Being aware and in command is part of world class training.

Mile six a slow jog. Mile seven a nice walk. Miles eight and nine, relaxed jog. Mile ten another easy walk cool down.

Consistency and time.

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