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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
    That looks very interesting M.
    And not a bad price.
    I will be interested to hear how you get on with that one
    And if an old cougarish Gwamma can say............ Looking great!,,,,,,,
    Yeah, thinking I may need to invest in some gloves to use it on the gravel drive.

    And thanks, you know you can any time you like

    Now get swimming! I'm sure there's plenty to ogle at the pool
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    Went to my first bjj class tonight and the warm up was a tabata style workout, 40 seconds on 20 off of 8 different exercises. Certainly held my own against the regulars at least for the warm up
    It was a different story once the rolling started of course

    Good times though and I think I'll make it a habit. I know I'm going to be sore tomorrow though.
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    Sounds like a great habit to pick up - soreness not withstanding.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

    What the F&#* is a decorum? - Mr. Anthony

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    Surprisingly only my triceps (which I'm putting down to the yayog Pushup ladder workout the night before, followed by the tabata'ish part of the warmup) and one cheek, where I took an unintentional elbow to the face, the are sore

    But it felt good to be back on the mats. We used to do some grappling when I did filipino ma a couple of years ago, but it was mostly just a free for all that happened if the fight went to the ground, rather than structured training and the little judo muscle memory I have from when I was a little kid meant I usually finished anything that went to the ground. Last night was very didn't and humbling, but in a good way.

    The coach spotted my judo background and asked how long I'd trained, he was a little surprised when I said it had only been 3.5 years 30 ago

    I guess what you learn at that age just gets so embedded in your Central nervous system that your body never really forgets it even if you do.
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    So my yayog workouts have slipped this week due to being battered and bruised by my first bjj sessions.

    Trying to motivate my arse to get up and do one now, so that will bring me up to 2 yayog workouts, 2 to 3 he's of rolling plus the pretty intense warm ups, which were the equivalent of 2 more sorry hiit workouts.

    Looking forward to the classes next week, though the are 2 days in a row which isn't going to be too pleasant. It was good to have a day off in between this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misabi View Post

    Trying to motivate my arse to get up and do one now.
    Badger gave me a wee sally up just before, i will pass it onto you................ Can you hear me Misabi???????
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
    Badger gave me a wee sally up just before, i will pass it onto you................ Can you hear me Misabi???????
    Lol loud and clear Gwamm
    Already done and dusted by the time you posted that, but thank you anyway

    Or neices stayed over last night, so after my workout we went shopping for brunch. Cooked up some happy pig bacon, happy chook eggs, onion rings, yellow capsicum and liver (but don't tell the kids ).



    Unfortunately their mum gave them money to buy lollies, so they've also had a good bit of vividly coloured sugar filled garbage this afternoon.
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    Only managed 2 yayog sessions last week, plus 2 x 2hr + bjj sessions. 3 x yayog this week (should've been 5 as it's week 8 and an undulating block, so 1 for each legs, push, pull and core plus a mixed group stapper workout) and 1 bjj class. But the warmup for bjj was a tabata style workout 40 secs on 20 off.

    Managed to either crack or bruise a rib or 2 (hopefully the latter) on Thursday, rolling with a purple belt who had a good 70lbs on me. So might have to take it easy this week
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    Misabi - the things that boys will do !!!!!!!! please rest that rib or two !!!!!!!!! I think an easy week sounds like a very good plan !!!!!!
    G x
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    ...small steps....

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    Ha, if only. DH thinks because there's no visible bruising that I'm just trying to get out of doing stuff around the house :banghead:

    Just had me doing farmers walks with 20 litre buckets of sea water for his aquarium. Doesn't help that they were on because there was no twisting or movement of my rib cage involved, but little movements like lifting a large new mirror in/out of the car killed.

    I'm pretty sure it's just bruised ribs, certainly doesn't hurt as bad as when I have broken ribs in the past and isn't hiring when I take deep breaths any more, but it's caused pretty disrupted sleep for the past couple of nights. Every time I roll over it wakes me up.

    The Red Seal Sweet Dreams tea (always knocks me out) and painkillers helped last night
    Last edited by Misabi; 11-16-2013 at 02:57 AM.
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