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What was I thinking....

Old 03-28-09, 10:46 AM
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What was I thinking....

This month has been one of those where I try to move forward by doing the right thing, and end up going backwards. At the first of the month, I decided to add some jogging in to my routine. I did a little less then two miles and made my hip joint so sore that I am now just getting over it. So, this week I did my first spinning class of the year, which only made me little sore. The mistake that I made was following it up yesterday with a personal training session from heck. The trainer is one of the top time trial riders in the state in her age division, so she she pushed me to my limit. The down side is that I am too sore to do my planned ride today. I know this will all be good for me down the road, but right now it is just a little frustrating. Sorry for the whining, I need to share my pain.
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