WillYouStopDave· Super Moderator
I made repetitive arm movements and chewing movements as I fed my burger and fries into my mouth.
:lolMore dumbbell exercises today. My back and neck muscles are definitely getting stronger. I feel like a Cardassian!
Good lord. If I power walked for 10 minutes I'd probably fall over dead.Power walked for about 90mins. Working to get back to jogging eventually. Hopefully my covid cough will finally ease up one of these days.
Dog was probably back there thinking "Where the hell are you going? I'm dying here!"Yesterday - Ran about 5.5 miles early evening. Pretty sure my fitness tracker is over-calculating the distance. Probably 5 miles to be more accurate. Both my dog and I were pretty tired afterwards the rest of the evening.
Today - Hoping to go to the gym followed with a long walk afterwards.
Seriously though. It's pretty amazing how well dogs adapt to pretty much anything their owners do. They just kind of accept it. I watch a guy on Youtube who's always doing crazy stuff with his dogs hanging around. They usually look pretty wary when he first starts whatever it is and then eventually they just kind of have the look of "Well, I guess he does that now so I'm gonna go over here and chill and watch".Yeah she's getting old, so I likely have to drastically shorten her jogs pretty soon. At least I have been running slower and slower gradually in recent years myself as well.
Mine always feel like that. I have perfected the low calorie shuffle where I use just enough muscle movement to provide adequate locomotion from one place to the other. I probably have leg muscles that haven't moved in 20 years.Saturday: Did a 7.2 mile hike.
Sunday: Went to the gym and took a 2.5 mile walk.
Monday: 4 mile run. (legs felt like stiff stone pillars the whole time).