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Sweating it out.

Sitting on the recumbent bike before my Pilate's class sweating it out.  I'm feeling so much better as each day passes.  I must say the worst part of this cold is the sudden coming on of uncontrollable coughing.  I had another embarrassing moment today while in the lobby of the gym.  A tickle in my throat took over and I couldn't stop coughing.  I went for my water bottle and that didn't seem to help so I went to the bathroom and coughed for what felt like an eternity.  After gaining some composer I made a beeline (Sp?) for the coffee in the lobby.....ahh that was the cure.  Other than the embarrassing cough I feel great. 
Tomorrow is my 4 - 5 mile run day on the training schedule. Signing off.

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  1. First glance...and I thought you had burned 270 calories in 3minutes!!! HAHA...that would be impressive..but you are impressive!! Glad to hear you are 'back in the saddle' and getting better!

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  2. Hi Anonymous,
    Thank you for your compliments on being 'impressive'. I'll let you in on a little secret: I didn't sweat so much :-) I took it easy on the bike and in addition there was a fan pointed directly at me :-) Now tomorrow with my 4 - 5 mile run I will be sweating it out.

    Cheers!


    Thank you for posting!

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