Slowly, slowly .... obsinosterous

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    Slowly, slowly .... obsinosterous

    I finished day 15 of Foundations Light and figured it's a good day to start a training log thread. It was a 'to-do' for the weekend, but Monday's good.

    Foundation Light: Day 15
    Daily Dare: I've done 25 sit ups. I'll attempt the other 50 tonight. I needed to anchor my toes because going unsupported was just not going to happen. Better to do something and start building the strength then do nothing.

    Strength and mobility workout and Knee Rehab tonight.

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    Monday I did the Knee Rehab workout and my regular Strength and Mobility workout fr runners (Kyle Kranz) I also did the final 25 sit-ups for the daily dare.

    Tuesday: Foundation light, Day 16; 20 minutes of yoga
    I still have a Tuesday Run: 45 mins.

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      #3
      Foundation Light: Day 17
      Daily Dare: Done

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        #4
        I have to ask. What does obsinosterous mean? I have a pretty good vocab and google-fu and couldn't figure it out.

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          #5
          Obsinosterous is not a real word, but it sounds like it should be (a friend uses it as a word substitute when teaching English grammar to non-native speakers) The instructions for the Hive says to start your check-in log and "give it a cool name" . I couldn't think of anything cooler then 'obsinosterous'.

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            #6
            it IS pretty cool!

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              #7
              Ok, got it. Nothing like following directions to confuse everyone.

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                #8
                March 9
                Foundaion light, day 18

                March 10
                Foundation light, Day 19
                Daily dare: I did 30 seconds on each side but felt out of balance and in poor form. Decided not to go for the full 60
                Yoga: YWA, Yoga Camp, Day 6

                I ran after work, 3-4 miles moderate pace with 4 30 second sprints added in at the midpoint of the run.
                Last edited by bdthom; March 11, 2017, 05:45 PM. Reason: Edited because I did what I said I'd do.

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                  #9
                  I think today's Daily Dare required good upper body strength - you did well!

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                    #10
                    I saw this and thought of you!
                    http://darebee.com/workouts/paws-workout.html

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                      #11
                      Welcome to the Hive! Seems like you're off to a great start - keep it up!

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                        #12
                        PAWS workout, I love it. I've done many 'supervised' workouts. 'Over the cats' yes, that too. She's not a cat to sit on you so the 'extra weight' workouts are a no go.

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                          #13
                          Foundation Light: Day 20
                          Daily Dare: I did it! Broke it into 30 second intervals.
                          Yoga: YWA, Yoga Camp, Day 7

                          Bike ride today .... maybe not. It looks like a good rainy day to stay indoors and tidy up my goals and intentions.

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                            #14

                            I hope that goes well for you. I've more or less given up on YWA Revolution due to streaming problems - maybe I'll go back to Yoga Camp which I downloaded last year.

                            Well done with the DD - I didn't even attempt it today before/after Park Run.

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                              #15
                              Foundation Light: Day 21
                              Daily Dare: not even close

                              Today was my long slow run, this is the day I stretch out my run both distance and duration and usually do 5-minute run / 2-minute walk (5/2) intervals. I went 7.94 miles, 98 minutes. According to Runkeeper my longest run in distance and duration.

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