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For now, my physical goal is to play Ultimate Frisbee well into my forties. And if I didn’t have enough reasons:

Having been an overweight teen, it’s good to know that “researchers say that studies have shown that vascular problems due to obesity can be reversed by losing weight and increasing exercise.”

And while I’m not elderly yet, Regular Exercise Fights Pain in Elderly, means that what I’m doing now, and will continue to do, will not go to waste.

Now if I could just find recipes that make tofu taste better…


Jem – Finally Woken
Judybats – Pain Makes You Beautiful
Some *cough* tracks off of Fiona Apple’s new album Extraordinary Machine that will finally come out in October.

Yeah, work…

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Writer, publisher. Hobbies include reading, studying magic & illusions from a historical/theoretical perspective, and playing ultimate frisbee.

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  1. Yesterday, this guy in my TAi Chi class said “better sore than stiff.” Don’t laugh – he was talking about exercise vs old-age decay. 😛

    Increasing exercise and weight loss reverse and lower the possibility of contracting Diabetes2 as well.

    1. Oh, I heartily agree with that! I find sore muscles are easy to live with, but my stiff back takes it all out of me. (Eric will read this and disagree, but he has freakishly tight muscles that ache continuously…worse when he is inactive, it seems.)

      Strangely, though I have slightly more family history supporting diabetes, I’m not as worried about it. It seems more avoidable somehow.

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