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Tiger is back on her bike SOLO

Sunday, June 12, 2011


I have just got the go ahead to get back on my bike, SOLO. Up to now I couldnt ride up any hills or with any resisitance so I was riding a tandem bike only on the flat with my husband. Today I got to ride my own bike again and it was awesome! It has been a good week, got back to the gym under supervsion and also some pilates plus extra work hours. Its great I'm slowly getting my life back. I feel like I will be able to make more progress now i'm back in the gym and able to do more weights, I need to get my metabolism moving again. It has been a slow 4 mths since surgery. I'm looking forward to doing more and more each week.
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  • PAT3ONTHEBACK
    You are awesome! I love to hear about you moving forward! You attempts to add protein without meat are great. I never would have thought of thickening sauces/soups with lentils. Such a great idea, among so many others. Thanks for all your words!
    3650 days ago
  • 1EMMA2011
    Great job!! emoticon
    3654 days ago
  • ELYMWX
    Great news!
    3660 days ago
  • 4A-HEALTHY-BMI
    Congrats!!!

    It will be a relief to be allowed back on the road. At the moment my shoulder can't even handle a full spin class without asking for support...

    I suppose if I had a tandem partner that would be OK because I could stoke without any arms...
    3661 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/12/2011 5:17:49 PM
  • JKTENTATIVE
    I am soooooo happy for you!! I know exactly how you feel!! Take it nice and easy, but at the same time soar with the wonderful feeling of pushing yourself - but in moderation. It will be difficult at first...but I promise you will get back to where you were...just give your body time to get its strength back and be a little patient.
    3661 days ago
  • DIMI1124
    emoticon Looking good!!
    3661 days ago
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