Exercise Spare Tire. Canada Tire Dealers. Fountain Tire Richmond.
Exercise Spare Tire
- An extra tire carried in a motor vehicle for emergencies
- A roll of fat around a person's waist
- A spare tire is an additional tire (or tyre - see spelling differences) carried in a motor vehicle as a replacement for one that goes flat, a blowout, or other emergency.
- excess fat around the waistline
- Abdominal obesity, colloquially known as belly fat or clinically as central obesity, is the accumulation of abdominal fat resulting in an increase in waist size. There is a strong correlation between central obesity and cardiovascular disease.
- Use or apply (a faculty, right, or process)
- the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit; "the doctor recommended regular exercise"; "he did some exercising"; "the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit"
- exert: put to use; "exert one's power or influence"
- practice: carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions; "practice law"
- Exert (part of the body) to promote or improve muscular strength
- Engage in physical activity to sustain or improve health and fitness; take exercise
1 Train to Nowhere
Very long version: Alarm goes on at 4am and I wake up ready to go. Coffee. Bathroom. Eat. Drink. Dress. Leave.
At 5am I'm at the 181st 1/9 station in the picture above. At 5:15am I'm at the 181st 1/9 station above. I put on my iPod. Before I can get nervous, the train comes. At 5:30 I'm at 96th street to transfer. I read the route map for the 2. What?? No train until 6am??? The race starts at 6:30. I ask some people, apparently on their way home from Saturday night. They don't know. I pace. I walk in circles. I consider riding the rest of the way. I look at the map again. I have mistakenly read the legend as the map. The train comes at 5:45am, and the race is on. It's running local. At about 6 we're at 42nd st, and 6:10 puts us at Wall St. Registration is now closed. I'm preregistered. I practice my breathing exercises. Release tension, and breathe. Breathe in the energy, breathe out the stress. I change into my racing clothes, missing only my number. People look at me funny. 6:20 and I'm at my stop. Race starts in 10 minutes. So much for warming up.
My warm up consists only of a 1/2 mile sprint to the registration table. Just as I roll up a man starts calling out, "Sorry if you're late. We are closed." I walk past him to the table. I'm allowed to sign in. I rip off my jersey and pin the number on. Get dressed again. Then I ride up a paved but dirty path a hundred yards to pee. Breathe in the energy, pee out the stress. Now I'm relaxed, ready and one pound lighter, if not warm. The 3/4 pack is the biggest, so we start first. We're off. I'm feeling good, but need to warm up. After the hill I work my way up to the front. The pack is moving too slow so I go to the front and start pulling harder to warm up. And then 3 of us are off the front for a while. We start taking quick pulls, so the pack gets nervous and jumps back on. They catch us just as we finish the first of 10 3.2 mile laps.....And I have a flat tire.
No free lap rule. No spare wheels. I finish changing my tube just as the 3/4 field is coming around again. I jump on and ride hard for a lap. Then I decide it's best to play it safe and stay out of everyone's way. I spend the rest of the race sitting up in the back. With 2 laps to go I watch the break ride off the front. My HR monitor shows 128. &**#^^!!%^!!!! 61 BPMs to burn and nowhere to go.
Cost per mile of racing including subway fare, Clif Bar and electricity to recharge iPod: $10.937656. See you next week.
I'm back!! Well my back anyway. I'm not back yet.
I want to show how I feel with MY Fibromyalgia, CFS how it would look.
((Everyones Fibro or CFS is differant.))
As you can see the pain is everywhere and everything over laps.
Right now it is very severe and not getting better. But what I am showing here is a normal day, not what I feel right now. I take things that help some but don't make it all go away.
Also I am exhausted like you would be after a hard mentally, physically exhausting week with little sleep. That is a normal day for me.
Some movement and exercise does help but then I tire and it hurts. No activity also hurts a lot. Sitting at the computer hurts just as much. My mind gets tire and numb. All of this is real, real bad right now which is why I am still not on flickr, just trying to rest and make it through a work day. I can't not work. I need to eat and live and insurance you know.
The rest of my body is the same way front and back (even my bottom hurts) but I will spare you from seeing the rest of me, lol.
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