its about time I blogged again

Thursday, April 30, 2009

I've said it before, but now it's for real. Im back at it, I am counting every gram I eat and every cardio I do, and I do cardio every day. It's similar from the time I was loosing the most: Doing basketball twice a week for an hour and biking. I was going to join the biking challenge again, but there is a snag... two to be excact. The first one is that the meter on my "conventional" bike is broken, so I can't measure how far I bike. The other one is that my stationary bike is also somewhat broken in the way that I can't see very clear on the display, so I can't see how far I've biked. Does anyone out there know if there is a battery in these things that power up the display? I always thought that the display is powered by my biking efforts.

Another thing: A member contacted me about posts from a group I "lead" (I am not doing a good job there, I must admit). I was going to tell this person how you do it, but this person has decided to stop all sparkmail. If this person reads this, he/she can contact me again about this.
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  • KAMEL622
    Well you know we'd love to have you back at the biking challenge. I'm in sort of the same boat. My beloved recumbent bike has a broken pedal so I have to ride on the stationary that hurts my behind. It is weird because I could do 5 miles on the recumbent in 20 minutes...the stationary says it takes me 30 minutes (on average)..then it's odometer sort of went whacky so now I just ride for 30 minutes and call it 5 miles. It may not be totally correct, but it helps to keep me riding a bike that I curse everyday! I've just got to get my recumbent either fixed or replaced!

    Good to read your blog Baddi....glad to hear how well you are on track too...great job!....ride on.........kath
    4123 days ago
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