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  • Play! Hard to Avoid the Stupid Things

    So in true Primal style I thought I would try to incorporate some Play element to my day. So took the 3.5 Year Old God-Daughter ice skating (considering here in Brisbane, Australia - we are at sea level and it never snows so iceskating indoor is a novelty).

    Wow what a massively cool workout - my legs and hips were killing me and the cardio was fun as well......

    .....right up until the point I caught the tip of my skate and did a total faceplant onto the ice. Day off work nursing a seriously bruised knee.

    All that ran through my head was marks Primal Laws about avoiding hazardous things.

    Knee is better now, just a bit stiff of a morning, but I have been able to jog with it and do my primal squats in my workout so I got lucky. The trouble is that once you introduce a 3 year old to something they love they want to do it again....god help me.

    Maybe I should take her to the beach - little more of our natual habitat.

    Sorry just had to share my embarrasing moment - as a lesson to other 30 year old Grok Wannabees - sometimes Play hurts!

    Ross...
    Starting Weight (11 August 2012) - 117.8 kgs (259lbs)
    Current Weight - 94.4kgs (207lbs) (as at 14/01/2013) -23.4kgs (51lbs) lost to date.
    Goal Weight - 90kgs (198lbs)

    "Worrying is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but doesn't get you anywhere" - Van Wilder

  • #2
    I started (finally) doing squats last week. My legs were SO sore! I went to work the next day walking like Gumby. Trust me there were very inappropriate inquiries as to what I had been doing the night before. Lol... the occasional embarrassments are definitely worth it though!

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    • #3
      Keep thinking i should have a kid just so i have someone to play with. My dog's lazy, my friends just like to hang out at bars.

      But then there's a somewhat lengthy period where they're too small and delicate for things like tag and races and stuff.

      The only kid i know is my 14 year old neice, who's the drippiest kid you ever did meet.

      Anyone care to lend me a child? Prefereably one who needs to get tired out?

      (Sigh) i think i'm just a little bored with solitary play.

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      • #4
        I'll lend myself, i want toget away fromhere anyway
        well then

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        • #5
          Love the story. A good face plant is good for the soul - as long as you don't break anything. Between being clumsy, loving platform shoes, and being sort of spacey, I've ended up on my ass in public a fair number of times. When you can do it and then roll around on the ground laughing at yourself, you've arrived.
          "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

          B*tch-lite

          Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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