Today I am off the medication and life had gotten back to a ‘new normal’. I am back to teaching my cycle classes and now have included personal training others. Also I can’t go out and crack off a 5km as my knees won’t let me.
Nothing to show playing with mine any volunteers for group chats I also intend on going girl willing for your pervert cock.
I was living north of Toronto and used to take the GO Train into Union Station every day.
I would wake up at am catch the am train, drag my work out gear with me.
Lunch times were spent running to and from the gym, getting in that 30 – 40mins of cardio.
Then as my career progressed, so did the limited time for exercise. A sport that included three different elements, which meant burning hundreds of calories. I also decided this was a good time to run races: 5kms, 10kms, and ½ marathons. I would arrive to the gym early: 6am, attend a spinning class then swim. I had a large team to manage, a sizeable budget to balance and I just kept getting more tired.
I love that it is up to me to make a shot and there is no one else to blame. Then I started to experience some other weird symptoms: exhaustion and heart racing that were unexplainable.
Being in good physical shape, really makes a difference on the golf course. Then in 2014 at the age of 45 I was diagnosed with a rare auto immune disease. How could someone who lives a healthy life, rarely can eats junk food, get an auto immune disease? I had an ICD inserted into my chest to protect my heart and was started on high dosage of steroids. I am no longer a 20+ year old that can eat whatever I choose.
Then return at lunch or night time to get that run in. I am a believer that fitness changes, so I tried many new things to address the exhaustion: hot yoga (Bikram, Moskha, Ashtanga) and Cross fit.
I still kept teaching my fitness classes, because I loved being with people and watching them sweat! I love the individual competitive nature of the sport. I loved all these things, but I still couldn’t shake the exhaustion.
When you have three older brothers that played football, rugby and volleyball you quickly become the sibling that shags the ball.
In grade school I played everything: soccer, baseball volleyball, and was a regular on the track and field team.