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Merlinmar

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  1. I'm going to have to try that standing on one foot while brushing my teeth thing Whenever I tak my dog roaming through the woods I try to spend some time on a fallen log or climbing over rocks. I think as it gets closer I need to find somewhere with a bunch of fallen logs and practice while wearing a full backpack. Randomly enough this week I'm taking my husband to a log rolling class as part of his birthday, so that should help
  2. Thanks for the post, awesomesue! If you ever get a chance to do a multi- Thanks for the post! If you ever get the chance to do a multi-day hike, it's a lot of fun. It can also be a lot of sore muscles. The day my husband and I returned from our first 3 day, 32-mile hike we stopped for lunch on the way home and could barely step over the curb! But it's totally worth it. I love having to go mission-style, planning our supplies and route, and enjoying the change of scenery. Probably one of the biggest benefits is how much you appreciate everything when you get back; I never noticed how aweso
  3. Thanks for all the feedback and support! I haven't worked out consistently in awhile, so that's why I want to work out 5x a week. Right now I'm just planning on going with whatever intensity I feel like that day, since the goal is to make working out a habit. I have a general plan: jogging Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday with my dog; swimming one or two nights a week; and alternating yoga and climbing on Saturday mornings (thanks, Groupon!). I don't want to make this schedule too firm of a commitment since I'm a throw-the-baby-out-with-the-bathwater type of person. If I have to get to work ea
  4. Main goal: Over the next year, I'm going to lose 50lbs, be able to run a 5k in 30 minutes, and greatly increase my flexibility and strength. And I want to be able to do a pull up. Oh and I want to get good with a longbow, but I won't own one til probably Christmas. I have some experience through an archery class but I want to increase my speed and accuracy. Challenge goals: workout 5 days a week (swimming, running, climbing, yoga and/or zumba class); cut out meat, dairy, and soda; go on at least 1 hiking trip. Life goals: help clean the house, dedicate time to taking care of myself mentally.
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