Living ~400lbs

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Not quite a post

So I’d like to write a post, but I’m not sure what about.  At the moment I’m listening to Fatcast and doing leg lifts.

I am pleased that I can lie down and do a couple sets of a dozen double-leg raises — lifting both legs together so the feet are about a foot off the floor, then lowering them in a controlled fashion — instead of one leg at a time.  For a long time I did one leg at a time because I didn’t have the control to do more than 2 or 3 double-leg lifts. I’m also  amused that I end up combining them with Kegels to prevent leakage. ;)

It’s also nice that tummy crunches on the floor are getting easier, though our ball is still fun and gets is share of use.

I also did some side leg lifts and some yoga back stretches and moves to strengthen my back (getting on all fours, lifting left arm and right leg, hold, go back to all fours, then lift right arm and left leg, hold).

…and now I am tired and am going to bed.  Night all.

3 responses to “Not quite a post”

  1. I’m glad I got to read about Kegel exercises. The only time I heard about them was for women “to please their men”. Barf. And who would have thought that men can do them too for maintaining erections? You learn something new every day.

  2. I combine kegals with everything. Trufax.

    I just started nightly stretching after not doing it for quite awhile and it is so nice. I love it when my knees don’t hurt right when I get up. I might add some double leg raises to my day as well I recall enjoying them.

    Also random question but the rain is back are you as happy about it as I am?

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Former software tester, now retired heart patient having fun and working on building endurance and strength. See also About page.

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