10 Minute Solution: Fitness Ball Workouts (Upper Body), 2 x'sLesson Of The Month: If you haven't done upper body work in awhile, don't go swimming as planned the next day.
10 Minute Solution: Kickbox Bootcamp (Fat Burning Blast), 1 x
Adaptive Motion Trainer, 1 x
Army Crawls with Weights, 3 x's
Bicycling, 5 x's
Elliptical Trainer, 1 x
Mowing Lawn, 1 x
StairMaster, 6 x's
Stationary Bike, 1 x
Swimming, 9 x's
Treadmill (with bouts of jogging), 15 x's
Yard Work, 2 x's
High Note Of The Month: I swam 29 laps today; I'm getting closer and closer to a mile.
After reading this poll in the October issue of Fitness magazine, I thought about my gym behavior.
I'm solid with wiping down the machines even though I've read that the solution that is used doesn't really sanitize the machines.
I had to think about the hogging machine question. I belong to a gym that is like the Wal-mart of gyms. The one I go to after work is large, has plenty of cardio equipment and there is not a time limit on how long you can occupy a machine. I tend to spend an hour or, at least, 30 minutes if I'm splitting my time on machines. So, I'll say no to the machine hogging.
I've had the urge to sing plenty of times when I'm really feeling my workout or trying to make it over a difficult hump. I restrain myself 95% of the time but I have sung quietly. At least, I hope it was quietly.
I try to be courteous of other people because I know that it annoys me when someone breaks out in an ultra-loud conversation on their cell phone at the gym -- especially after having listened to cell phone conversations at work and in public for the bulk of the day. It's almost as annoying as a gum popper on the next machine.