I noticed recently that I have all sorts of weird aches and pains. Normally I know why I hurt - tennis elbow, or a cold - but I find that more and more often I feel *something* in my body that I can't trace back to an activity or a condition. For example, I find that I feel my lower back more often. Not exactly pain, but more an awareness of that part of the body. Very strange.
I was planning to meet a friend for tennis this evening but the rain is spoiling all that. I'm not really looking forward to playing tennis in a bubble. Or I'll have to reduce to my collection of workout DVDs. Can I motivate myself to do hula on early gray mornings?
On October 16th, 2009 02:02 am (UTC), (Anonymous) commented:
You could always get a Wii with the Tennis game. That's fun, it almost feels like working out, and I bet it's good practice for your serve and swing technique! Get an extra remote and you can play against an opponent at the same time. (And I think the same cartridge has a boxing game on it as well. Great for working out marital aggression safely, with the strong possibility of finishing with giggling, cuddling and whatever goes next.)