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yahooo, tennis tonite!

... of course, that is assuming:
    1. it's not going to rain this evening; and
    2. i manage to borrow a parent's car to get there!

... but based on the assumption that i *am* having tennis tonight, I skipped my morning gym session today.

Which is fine, seeing as my arms (& "wings") are still sore from the upper-body focussed session two days ago :p

fyi, I just started working out on Monday, and spent that first day more on checking out the dinky gym and its sparse equipment. Still had a major sweat-fest tho ... one of the "advantages" of not having air-cond in there :p

Then Tuesday concentrated on upper-body (seated lat pulldowns & standing tricep pushdowns on the machine, followed by an assortment of bicep, wrist & chest exercises) with a few mins on the treadmill/cycle for warm-up/cool-down.

Yesterday was more lower body... unfortunately I could only do leg extensions on the machine, since the leg press part of the machine (and its related seated chest press station) is not working... So did more flex/tone than strength for the rest... it was a good workout seeing as I was totally dripping in sweat by the time I was done! I feel some twinges in the upper thigh & butt areas from it, so I certainly did some good... but nothing like what I (still) feel in my "wings" from Tuesday, LOL!

So today, to give the body a break, I got my morning exercise by walking to a nearby governtment agency building to inform them about my change in address. Then walked to a nearby 7-11 to get 2 cartons of milk (need lots, cos my b/fast nowadays is just a glass of this milk). Then walked back. Didn't sweat *anywhere* near as much as I'd anticipated, bummer :(

Looking forward to my first tennis session since forever!

How to make sure no rain, ah?

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  1. Am just curious... why do need to sweat so much? It's not like you need to lose a lot of weight. Or do you? :D

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  2. Ok, I just read that post... Some people just can't help being insensitive. :-)

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