I can relate. I haven’t used my bicycle much at all the past year and a half (Pandemic + Winters) and it makes me way more exhausted than usual.
Also when I get back home after some time on my bicycle, I feel slightly imbalanced after getting off my bicycle. This might be unhealthy but I’m not sure. It only lasts like 30 seconds before I’m used to being on my 2 feet again.
It IS harder for me now, but I can still tough it out. Slower.
she has great lungs…I love them.
Or age isn’t the problem.
(It would take me several hours to do it, but in my case the cause had been determined to be…SORRINESS!! If only there were a cure…)
I can’t do one, especially now. Hence PT, until I’m off crutches.
This is a painful strip. Well, it leaves me a little sore— I thought by exercising every day and keeping active, my muscles would never deteriorate and body parts never age.
Ha! But at least I’m in better shape than most my age mates. Tho now an afternoon nap helps.
Cup half-empty. Cup half-full!
Still wearing face masks?
Today’s brain teaser: Guy lives on the 54th floor of a high-rise apartment. Every morning he takes the elevator down to the parking garage and heads off to work. Every night he comes home, parks, takes the elevator up to the 42nd floor, gets off, and walks up the remaining 12 flights of stairs to his apartment. Why?
If you don’t tell us (me?) I’ll hunt you down…
No way i could walk up twelve flights of stairs. I would be thrilled to find out that i could do three.
I’m not going to go try to find out.
A small stroke, 4 heart procedures and arthritis, I’m taking the elevator.
20 Flight Rock
In my feed, Candorville comes right after Prickly City. Only reason I bring this up is that today they’re both single panels. Vamping till ready…
“That glass of water is half full.”
“That glass of water is half empty.”
“I ordered a Coke.”
Darrin Bell and Theron Heir