I've been looking at some blogs of people that keep fit while on the boat and they all seem to find ways to continue to work out. Have to admit, never thought of bringing a kettlebell along. I could see me dropping that thru the fiberglass
. Don't think my husband would laugh.
It does become sort of addictive.
At one point they had us lay on our backs and we had to roll over and then sprint.
Well, my mind was willing, but the body just wasn't -- hilarious as only part of me moved forward and the rest stayed behind. We all laughed so hard.
Now we have all integrated into the regular workouts but 10 of the 12 still come at 7 pm but into the regular class. Jumping onto 12" boxes instead of the 24" like the regular class, but as the weight comes off and the muscles get into shape, that will come. With my husband and I going together, it also gets us off the couch 3 nights a week and I go to the Saturday morning 7:30 workout also.
It's kind of like being a kid again if you have a group with a sense of humor
. And tremendously good at taking the stress out of your life. My husband is now off his blood pressure medication, his cholesterol meds were cut in half, his victosa dialed down. My tryglicerides dropped from 109to 47 and that was just after the first 6 weeks of this.
Figure this will not only extend our lives, but make them much more enjoyable as we age better.