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Recently Iâve been incorperating some partner/group workouts into my normal workout regime. Iâve always been a lone wolf, but having people around to motivate and have some accountability has really leveled me up. Loving it so far ðªð½ðªð½ðªð½
DId you catch his expression, "For Me, My life is a construction site?' You know, I have always wondered why folks, even here, post things like I am too tired, I have no energy, and the like. What does that mean? Look at the man here, I am sure he is not lamenting his situation. I have respect for people working around barriers and boundaries. If tired for a work out, then go to bed earlier. If you ate too much at a party, and feel that the workout is sluggish, then do not eat so much. Etc.
Part 2; "A paralegal by day, as well as an avid biker and climber, Mr. Lee said he uses his prosthetic legs and wheelchair in public, but while at home, he often uses a furniture dolly or KneeBlades (kneepads affixed to three-wheeled mobile units) to get around his apartment, which does not accommodate his wheelchair. âFor me, my life is a construction site,â he said. HOBBIES I have a lot of plants; itâs my jungle. I often talk and sing to them. Theyâre doing great, some are growing much bigger and colonizing. I also collect sands and store them in canopic jars. My favorite is from a trip to Egypt. Itâs so hot there, the sand is bleached. I have three bicycles and love biking on the weekends, my primary and preferred mode of transport. I love harnessing the wind, itâs a luxurious sensation.
tracked the workout: Optimum Modern Physique: Day 36, Upper Body and Cardio
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From my Sunday New York Times (digital), favorite section, How I spend my Sunday, excerpts, part one "Until three years ago, Donald Lee had no interest in dance. Now, he is an emerging force. Mr. Lee, who lost parts of his legs after a car accident more than 20 years ago, performs with and without his wheelchair for the Heidi Latsky Dance Company. He has also become outspoken on accessible artistic practices; his next lecture on the subject will be at the South by Southwest Education conference on March 10.