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Monday, February 28, 2011

Gill South: Going to great lengths for a jog

"Although I like to think of myself as a natural athlete, the aches and pains after exercise are becoming harder to take. Playing tennis in the holidays with the kids, I felt as if I had been run over by a truck the next morning.
I decide a bit of aqua jogging is just the ticket to get some exercise but not hurt myself or my joints. I've never been a jogger, the hockey run from school is still an extremely bad memory. But in the water, it's completely different."



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1 comment:

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i have been into sports my whole life... i was in the varsity for a good decade- volleyball, badminton and swimming. for fun i tried softball, sepak takraw (Filipino game), and others. but since i was in the varsity i wasn't allowed to play other sports in fear that we'd be injured... what i would like to know though is if at 23 i can still get to running, i wasn't much of a fan of running since i am asthmatic, but i think i can handle it now... or at least i can find out my limits...