Wednesday, January 17, 2007

My workout today was Parkour skills since my shoulder is sore from a fall the other day. Then I hit the rollers for a while to keep my legs cycling ready.
I love our dogs, this is Sophie and Louie. We just got Louie a few months ago. I feel bad for him. I think he was beaten since he can get scared and snappy when he is scared. I'm working with him as much as I can. He is so sweet but then someone that he sees just makes him get a scared look and he barks and jumps. How can people do things like that? He is a lot of work but he's my boy! He tries very hard to be good, it's just that sometimes fear overcomes him.
Ok, put some vibes out that my shoulder feels better soon.


leslie said...

Hope shoulder is much better soon. I dislocated mine 2 years ago (not fun), and am now working on handstand pushups. Hooray for bodies that heal!

Incidentally, I'm a personal trainer (new in the business) with a home gym, and I ordered something today that I think you might like. It's called the Lebert Equalizer (it's out of Canada) and the functionality is amazing. You can check it out at (I promise this is not an ad or solicitation!)

Jen said...

It's funny how I hurt my shoulder in the first place last spring. I was chasing our dog Sophie who had a baby rabbit in her mouth. One leap in the air and somehow my arm did not come with me...ooooch. But I saved the baby bunny!
This time I got the idea in my head that I could jump a fence after one of the dogs toys went out of the gated area. My hand stuck to the fence and My body hit the ground! So will I try it again? Yup!
As for the lebertequalizer, I've seen it before. Yeah it's cool. You can build a core of steel with it. I use lower Parallettes and at work in the Rehab gym we have real Parallettes. Now at Primal the have the wood ones like when I was back in school, great for dips, l-sits, leg lifts even pull ups.
Ok, off to work.