Today when Marty showed up for our workout this is what he found. I think he was amused.
Then I made him: run, pulling the tire in the sand behind him, hit the tire with the sledgehammer, do push-ups off the tire and run up the Sand Ladder (sans tire). Then Marty got lost when I mistakenly told him to turn left at the top of the ladder, rather than right. After that I don’t think Marty was so amused any more.
Then, when I got home I found this really nice note from Marty…
” I am really enjoying and learning from the creativity and variety of your workouts. I’m used to engaging workouts, and to some degree my body in general, in the same way you might vacuum a rug. Necessary, but not particularly interesting. But I’m finding the variety and joining of creative engagement with efficiency and effectiveness is really making me be in the workout, rather than just waiting for it to be done. As my mother would say, how cool is that? Thanks.”
Thank YOU Marty! I’m sorry I lost you today but that’s all part of the fun (I mean my creative design). Keep up the fantastic work!
P.s. Dr. B say’s your back is getting better and I bet Heather is digging those big guns of yours! Work it!
August 20, 2012 at 4:56 pm
Wow. Finally put that big tire to good use! And made Marty WORK for it. Nicely done and congrats!
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