JADEDTALES

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Sunday, May 18, 2008

I forgot to tell you guys!!!

Guess what?

Today, I picked up a new jump rope, stability ball and some new workout videos for those days when I just don't wanna pound pavement. One of my favorite activities as a kid was jumping rope, so when I signed up here and was playing with SparkPoints, I got a jump rope. Now, I have one that I can actually use!

Woooo!

I used to have a stability ball instead of a typical desk chair at work and I loved it - I could bounce a bit when I was giddy, antsy, energetic, what have you, and I kept better posture and controlled my abs subconsciously using the ball as a seat. I kinda missed that, plus I find stability ball workouts to be pretty challenging, so I was really psyched to pick up a new stability ball.

I hope whoever is at my desk back in the Vending department still uses my ball *winks*
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  • JADEDTALES
    I loved the OnDemand choices - some were a little crazy, but at least you got a good variety of exercises to try. They rotate out too, so there's always something new!

    They had this Kid Exercise program that Small Thing LOVED to do. I should've recorded it *laughs*
    4571 days ago
  • JUSTSHARON211
    I love jump ropes!!! What a great way to work out!!!

    I also love stability balls....although I hadn't thought of one at work...hmmmm....when a guest gets ornery-bounce on ball and pretend it is guests head...great stress buster!!! hehehe. I have several work out balls of various sizes. They use them a lot to actually teach "disabled" how to maximize workouts without harming themselves. I love doing my arm work on one because I know it's also working my abs and legs!!!

    Right on Jaime!!!! Let me know how the videos are. I'm thinking of checking out "yoga on demand" here on comcast!!!
    4573 days ago
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