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  • camwynya
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    Sunday, Sept. 5, was day 948. 21 minutes/4.17 miles, pause for a bit, then 9 minutes/1.5 miles on the bike.

    Monday, Sept. 6, was day 949. 21 minutes/4.2 miles, stop for 5-10 minutes of birdwatching, then 21 minutes/3.7 miles on the bike.

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  • camwynya
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    Thank you all. I was able to get out and do around seven miles on the bike today (Saturday, Sept. 4), which helped; the cramping came back later, but overall, I'm doing better.

    So that's day 947.

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  • BlackButler
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    Healing vibes to you if too much maybe do yoga to help keep going without too much strain amazing work as usual

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  • Fremen
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    Healing vibes

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  • LizardFriend95
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    I hope you feel better soon!!

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  • camwynya
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    September 1st was day 944. 150 punches before bed
    Yesterday was day 945. 100 punches. Wasn't feeling great.
    Today is day 946. I am still not feeling great. Classic warm-up, followed by Shark Week, with extra reps and EC

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  • camwynya
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    Today is day 943.

    Classic warm up
    Rockin' Abs workout, level 1 because I have not done focused ab work in way too long, but with EC because I felt a bit foolish resting longer than thirty seconds between sets

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  • camwynya
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    Today is day 942.

    Classic warm up
    Eye of the Tiger workout level 3, with 30 seconds rest between sets, so that's EC
    Epic Arms variant: (ten simultaneous bicep curls w/15 lbs in each hand, 20 punches w/right foot forward, 20 punches w/left foot forward) x 5

    23:52 continuous sweat generating/hard breathing-causing exercise, so that's two days this week for survey purposes

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  • camwynya
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    Yesterday, August 28th, was day 940. Either 175 or 200 punches scattered throughout the afternoon. Iost count.

    Today is day 941. 40 minutes on the bike, 7.23 miles, went from riding a road about three feet above sea level to the top of a hill about 197 feet above sea level without getting off to walk, which is not bad if you're me.

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  • camwynya
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    I have a widget on my phone that gives the weather information pilots receive when they want to check nearby airports before taking off or coming in for a landing. It's given in a format that uses Celsius temperatures, so it's just as easy for me to report that number as it is to report in Fahrenheit. (The reports aren't all metric, because we still use knots as a measure of windspeed rather than a measure that makes more sense, but Celsius is the standard for aviation weather.) And yeah, it was pretty humid- I didn't get the number down but it was not a good one.

    Yesterday was day 939 and 150 punches.

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  • DorothyMH
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    Yeah, heated workouts are crazy for the sweating that happens Musta been high humidity too, then, I take it…..? That makes it even harder. I second the kudos for managing it.

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  • lofivelcro
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    I really appreciate that you also give the temperature in celsius. Helps me get an idea how hot it is where you live. And it sounds very hot. Kudos to you for working out in that heat.

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  • camwynya
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    Today is day 938. Outside it is 33 degrees C/91 degrees F at Logan Airport. The heat index says it feels like 38 C/100 F. There is a heat advisory in place until 8 PM. I have an air conditioner and all the curtains except one are drawn and all the blinds are down, but I am not really thinking that today is a good day to attempt much in the way of weight training. Or particularly intense at all, really.

    Classic warm up
    Captain On Deck workout, level 3, with EC
    Epic Arms, 17 lbs per hand, 10 simultaneous bicep curls and 20 punches per forward foot for a total of 40 punches per set
    One minute of nonstop overhead punches

    That's 20 minutes of exercise resulting in hard breathing or sweat, for survey purposes (Captain on Deck wasn't hard breathing exactly, but there was some sweating, and i could not have carried on much of a conversation while doing it, as my air was busy elsewhere, so I'm counting it)

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  • camwynya
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    August 23 was day 935. 100 punches.
    August 24 was day 936. 175 punches.
    August 25 was day 937. Had to go into the office to set up three physical computers rather than working from home. Rode the bike to and from the train into the city for a total of 3.73 miles, 21 minutes.

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  • camwynya
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    Today is day 934.

    Classic warm up
    Went to pick up my weights and realized my last two rounds of Epic Arms had had the weight recorded incorrectly so I fixed that
    Epic Arms, 17 lbs per hand, 10 simultaneous bicep curls and 20 punches per forward foot for a total of 40 punches per set
    (10 standing weighted shrugs, 17 lbs per hand, + 20 overhead punches) x 5, no rest period beteen
    Not currently in the mood for more; it's not that hot out but it's 91% humidity and the a/c can't compensate for that

    Good luck to everyone who's being hit harder by TS Henri than this

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