Cycling, One Great Monday!
Today was a great Monday. “Why was it great you ask?” It was great because I pedaled some before and after work, with grace, tranquility, and ease, along with an unfettered enthusiasm for pedaling, of course. Pedaling is an existential passion of mine. The movement of the legs, the Endorphins, it all factors into a resplendent journey, even if you are on a trainer.
The YouTube makes the cycling possible, as you move forward, with music videos invoking a passion for music, culture, and the arts. I have an artistic imagination, despite a mathematician’s mind, and the effervescence of the music propels me. I find once I get in a rhythm it is hard to stop the pedaling, hard to stop a sport which has transcended many generations.
Tomorrow, I will continue to workout with grace, tranquility, and ease, along with an unfettered enthusiasm for the resplendent journey of fitness but alas my journey will not be a cycling one, at least in the morning. The technical term for tomorrow’s workout is one of the “gym rat,” a derogatory term for one who lifts heavy weights.
Recently I worked my way up to 300 lbs (bench press) on the BowFlex, because it works. With skiing my upper body strength has decreased slightly, with the fading of the fall, but it is important to me to keep building up fitness gained throughout the summer.
With that in mind, I plan to do a full body workout on the Bowflex, working on areas of weakness and concern. It’s all about planning, and right now it’s all coming together, all ready for the end result.
Of course, as I wax and wane philosophical routines on the passion of working out, what routine is best, etc, it is key that we recognize that working out, regardless of the nature of the routine, is something to be respected, heralded even, in the minds of fitness enthusiasts everywhere. With that I say, do whatever exercise you please, for through the art of fitness can only the mind imagine what possibilities lie …
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