Resistance is Futile

I have patterns. For the last however long in the mornings I do my 15 minutes of stretching and body lifting and then I do 20-30 minutes of cardio. It is equipment dependent not ambition dependent. I have gained a lot of muscle and moved around a lot of fat and I am feeling pretty good about myself. I fit into whatever clothes I want to wear from my closet.

The exception is directly after chemo. I give myself a complete pass on the day after chemo and basically sit in a chair feeling mean and sorry for myself. The 2nd day after chemo I usually do half. The 3rd day after chemo (today) it’s back at it.

So I go up to the multi-purpose room – the only one with a padded floor, and do all my stretches and then put on my biking shoes and get on my bike, then grab my Garmin to start the workout and that’s when I realize it.

It’s dead!!!!!! I didn’t charge it!!

Is a bike ride even a bike ride if Garmin doesn’t track it?


  • Tami

    July 30, 2021 at 1:57 pm Reply

    The only time it doesn’t count is when you break all previous records. So don’t do that. 😉

  • Nina

    July 31, 2021 at 4:22 am Reply

    Good point, Tami!

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