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Old 05-15-2009, 06:33 PM
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it's almost that time again. it's Friday here, so is it Saturday yet in the UK or is it Thursday?
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Old 05-15-2009, 08:16 PM
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it's almost that time again. it's Friday here, so is it Saturday yet in the UK or is it Thursday?
its 21.16 GMT on Friday
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Old 05-19-2009, 06:12 PM
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Well the induction happened today.

I met with the trainer that the gym has allotted me. We talked for half an hour about health issues and diet issues blah, blah...He told me it was a ten week course, the first three sessions would be one to one, then a review after week five and a final review after ten weeks and then to report back to my doctors.

However...he told me, I could remain a member of the gym on the same concessionary rate AFTER the ten weeks

He cant do tommorow, so we start next week instead.

On a side note, no swimming tonight, because firstly I'm hoping to go to the cinema instead, and secondly, as happens on rare occasions I have a flare up of symptoms due to the medication I'm on. Had a nasty morning with the symptoms of Sertraline this morning...cant face, swimming...and dont think its wise niether
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Old 05-26-2009, 10:53 PM
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so I had the first of my three personal sessions today. This time was the cardio machines, next time will be all the weight machines, and the third will be like both together
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Old 05-27-2009, 12:05 AM
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Oooh you mean an IRISH breakfast?;)
I tried it for the first time about 5 months ago and now I'm completely and totally addicted to it. Goooood stuf!

No !! there's a big differance, thy haven't the soda bread and potato bread we have, mmmm, heart attack on a plate (i enjoy at least two a week)

[edit] Ulster Fry
See also: Culture of Northern Ireland

A full Ulster Fry served in Belfast, Northern Ireland.An Ulster Fry is a dish similar to the Irish fry popular throughout Northern Ireland and the three counties of Ulster which lie in the Republic of Ireland (Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal).

A traditional Ulster Fry consists of bacon, eggs, sausages (either pork or beef), the farl form of soda bread (the farl split in half crossways to expose the inner bread and then fried with the exposed side down),and potato bread[10] Other common components include mushrooms or wheaten bread. All this is traditionally fried.

The Ulster Fry is often served for lunch and dinner in households and cafés around the province. Emigrants have also popularised the serving of an Ulster Fry outside Northern Ireland.
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Old 05-27-2009, 02:27 PM
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Soda bread is AMAZING


Ricky my friend from Ireland perhaps you should overnight me some!!!

The loaf would be gone in a half a day.
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Old 06-05-2009, 06:17 PM
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Soooo this is my exercise Schedual

Monday

Push-ups and Sit-ups regiment
50 steps on the stepper machine I own
running round the block

Tuesday

1 mile walk to gym
15 on Treadmill
15 on upright cycle
10 on arm bike machine
5 on cross trainer
5 on row machine
2 of the weights machines (cant remember what they are called)
2 of the leg machines (cant remember what they are called either)
free weights
20 lengths of swimming
1 mile walk home

Wed

1 mile walk to gym
15 on Treadmill
15 on upright cycle
10 on arm bike machine
5 on cross trainer
5 on row machine
2 of the weights machines (cant remember what they are called)
2 of the leg machines (cant remember what they are called either)
free weights
20 lengths of swimming
1 mile walk home

Thursday

45 urban walk with Mother
push-ups and press-ups regiment
50 on the stepper machines
running round the block

Friday

Nowt

Saturday

Nowt

Sunday

1 mile walk to gym
10 on Treadmill
10 on upright cycle
5 on arm bike machine
2 of the weights machines (cant remember what they are called)
2 of the leg machines (cant remember what they are called either)
20 lengths of swimming
1 mile walk home
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