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Discussion in 'Health and Wellness Forum' started by Cookie, Dec 17, 2012.
Can You post pictures ?
Have a great weekend.
I believe Cookie, but pictures would be too much to ask for under those circumstances. No Homeland Security drones flying overhead in those days
ha ha ha, I can post pictures of the handweights! Still got them, still unused. lol.
Sounds interesting. Just told my grandma about this.
A great and easy way of staying fit !
Hahahaha that is a tricky exercise!!!! Although....it is important to maintain something as you get older. Not sure this would be considered, but a good laugh for sure!
Thank you for bringing up this interesting discussion.
Below listed are ten most common exercises that you can practise after 50's for maintain a young and healthy body:
1. Squat to Chair
2. Reverse Lunge
3. Seated Overhead Press
4. Standing Calf Raise
5. Bent Over Row
7. Chest Fly
8. Dumbbell Pullover
9. Biceps Hammer Curl
10. Basic Ab
Read more : http://www.prevention.com/fitness/best-strength-training-exercises-women-over-50
I was click baited!
Hey! Sorry, but I would like to follow the instructions of my trainer instead of doing that.
What happened to Bob and Cookie ?
It has been a minute.
I'm still kicking. I hit 75 just recently. The aches and pains increase with age, but I guess I can't complain. Too much time on my hands, but no time to do anything. Makes no sense, but that's the way it seems to be! How are you doing these days?
Oh, just realized you wrote this Terry!
No, it was Don, but I did send you the email.
I just hit 66. You're ahead of me.
you and me both TERRY
Just watching the Kohler toilet commercial on TV with the robots "Please, Humans First". Every time I see it, it cracks me up.
Nice to hear from you Bob.
Don't be a stranger so much.
Hi Don, hope you are well. I'll try to be a little more active here
Here is a link to live ham radio in Texas for your entertainment.
Normally 80 meters is good at night and early morning, And 40 meters is good during daylight hours.
Have a great day.
Since I was in my early teens, I have had no interest in Ham Radio for some reason. I did help a friend back then build his first tube radio set using a Morse code key before he was able to afford to buy a Hallicrafters Radio! He was able to communicate with radio operators in Europe with that homemade set and a LONG wire roof antenna. Long, long time ago. Thanks for the info and link anyway. Have a great day my friend!
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