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  1. #161
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    gym today, chest and tri's and send off the money for my racing chair frame!

    whoo hoo!

    Brock

  2. #162
    Had my first ever experience handcycling today in Central Park through the Achilles Track Club. Now that my cherry has been popped, I'm being told I have to do the NYC Marathon. That's what happens when you don't sleep in and stay home.

  3. #163
    50 minutes at the gym today. I plan on going again tomorrow.

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    Stephanareacode212,
    Congrats on your deflowering as a handcyclist. That must be cool to do in the middle of NYC.
    Devin, didn't you have a beautiful sunny day today? Hadn't heard from you in a while.
    Today
    Taught a 2 hour sitski lesson and then did 30 minutes stand up nordic following Surf Sister's lead with wide skis with climbing skins on for stability. It is a good setup. I think I could handle gradual hills now.


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    Very cool, Arndog... I love the term 'slowshoe' do you mind if I steal that one? I'm going to work my abduction to the max and then rent some ultralight women's ones. I'm very excited : )
    Today's workout 8 hours onhill sit-ski instructors training course... with 89cm (nearly three feet) new snow in the past 24 hours. can anyone recommend a good powder ski?

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    S sis - I stole the expression from RHYang , so you can steal it from me. I don't know who he stole it from....
    Get a mid fat or a fat ski. At least 84mm at the waist. Maybe even 104mm at the waist. Get a wood core ski with a lot of metal. Fischer Big Stix 104 for example. Atomic heliboards. Lots of sidecut but the key figure is the width at the waist IMO.

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    2'40'' nordic sitski - 14.5 miles, 6 mph avg, avg hr 113 bpm

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    hit the ole motomed again.....lol. 1hour on legs 25min on arms w/ 2 resistance
    Many Blessings,
    Josh


    So we can say with confidence, The Lord is my helper, so I will have no fear. What can mere people do to me?" Hebrew13:6

  9. #169
    Quote Originally Posted by arndog View Post
    Stephanareacode212,

    Devin, didn't you have a beautiful sunny day today? Hadn't heard from you in a while.
    Today
    Taught a 2 hour sitski lesson and then did 30 minutes stand up nordic following Surf Sister's lead with wide skis with climbing skins on for stability. It is a good setup. I think I could handle gradual hills now.

    Yeah, nice weather yesterday and today. The handcycle is in storage. I thought it was going to be too cold!

    Hit the gym both days and feel better for it.

    Greats vids with all ski stuff.

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    Nice job you all Way to get back on the skis Jon !

    I can't remember where 'slowshoes' came from Yes, I need a sign on my back, only it should say 'kick me'

    Went riding my mountain bike yesterday - unseasonably warm in the bay area this weekend - just rode out my front door and into the nearby hills, about 18 miles / 1000' gain.

    Hiked in Mt. Diablo state park today : 11-12 miles / 3500'.


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