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  • Fremen
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    Happy birthday

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  • Matan
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    Happy birthday!

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  • Louve rose
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    Done 25-26-27-28-29/5/2020 :
    Express Tone (2nd round) : days 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14

    Nothing else.

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  • Louve rose
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    Gandhalfit , if you turn the picture upside down, you'll get flying tadpoles.


    Done today (24/5/2020):

    1' squat hold punches

    Express Tone (2nd round) : day 9
    1' elbow plank

    Gardening in my mother's vegetable garden. Last year she lets one kale and some New Zealand spinach bloom and this year she gets a lot of those. I had to find a place for beans, tomatoes, zucchini and pumpkins, not so easy.

    5 scapular shrugs
    60 days of cardio : day 57, L1
    30'' dead hanging

    6 tricep dips

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  • Gandhalfit
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    Cool picture, It took me a second to realize I'm not looking at a tree

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  • Louve rose
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    Done today (23/5/2020):

    1' squat hold punches

    Express Tone (2nd round) : day 8

    3 Australian pull-ups (full move)
    1 scapular shrug, holding 10''
    60 days of cardio : day 56, L1
    1' elbow plank
    6 tricep dips

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  • Louve rose
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    Originally posted by Colin View Post
    tall birds with long-beaks who love eating fish!
    I have fishes too (hence the nylon threads ). 10 years ago I put 2 in the pond (they say everywhere that it doesn't allow local wild animals but my fishes don't stop any), it was male and female and each year I get little fishes. This year 5 of them stay alive through winter.

    Originally posted by Colin View Post
    Beautiful picture! Our little pond has lots too, and we're hoping to see a load of frogs eating the slugs in our allotment!
    Thanks. I'm afraid that they will maybe eat the fishes eggs.

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    Ah, okay, thanks for the explanation

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  • Colin
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    Herons is right in British English - tall birds with long-beaks who love eating fish!

    Beautiful picture! Our little pond has lots too, and we're hoping to see a load of frogs eating the slugs in our allotment!

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  • Louve rose
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    , yes, there are hundreds of them this year.

    The criss-cross lines are reflections of nylon threads. They are against the herons (I don't know if the English name is right, so here is the Latin name : Ardea cinerea).

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  • Guest
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    Are those tadpoles in your pond? And what are the criss-crossing lines everywhere?
    I like that picture

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  • Louve rose
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    Done today (22/5/2020):

    1' squat hold punches

    Express Tone (2nd round) : day 7

    5 Australian pull-ups (halfway)
    5 scapular shrugs
    60 days of cardio : day 55, L3 (30'' rest between sets, 2' rest between levels)
    1' elbow plank
    6 tricep dips

    A picture of my little pond :


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  • Louve rose
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    Thanks, Mianevem

    Done today (21/5/2020):

    1' squat hold punches

    Express Tone (2nd round) : day 6 (lunges and squats : no dumbbells - I'm careful about my knee ; deadlifts : 10 kg dumbbells)

    5 scapular shrugs
    60 days of cardio : day 54, L1
    15'' dead hanging
    6 tricep dips

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