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Kickboxing was alot easier 10 years ago

Thursday, March 05, 2009

I loved my class last night. really it was a 90's flashback for me. 10 years ago I could kick higher, lunge lower. I had a back injury, that i do not have now, instead of a foot injury. Man, even though i modified steps, My feet felt the impact of the work out last night. i hobbled through the house.
Again, nothing that ice, ibu and elevation could not alleviate.
All the moves came right back to me. I enjoyed the routines. It was just so much fun to variate the exercise. I think that has been the most enjoyable part of this experience, the variation of workouts.
Number 7 of the 8 kids i watch got the vomiting flu. Geez. This winter without feb vacation has certainly played havack on the kids. The schools need to be sanatized along with the buses.
Here is to a sunny and warmer day!!!!! The Daffodils will be coming home soon!! I love the fresh daffodils in March!
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    I tried a cardio kickboxing video on Youtube...I don't know how or when it must have happened, but somewhere along this road, I lost some of my coordination and I doubt I'll ever recover it. LOL

    emoticon on loving your class last night! emoticon
    4423 days ago
    You should try a martial art, like Tae Kwn Do. I did that back a hundred years ago in grad school and it was a blast! I think I loved actually getting to kick and hit things (punching bags - not people!) that made it so fun!

    Sorry you've got another sickie - let's hope this is the last one. My hubby and I both work at colleges and the big kids are passing crud around too. Spring Break isn't until the 23rd - I hope we all stay alive until then!

    Crocuses are up and blooming out here. Daffodils and tulips coming up but no blooms yet. I looooooove tulips!
    4423 days ago
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