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hah ! no need to excerise ! take up tai chi, yoga or meditation that will relieve your stress.
I think you're doing your yoga and tai chi wrong, if you don't find them adequately exercisey.
Tried the Esther Ekhart yoga.
The doctor said I will walk again but it might take a while.
Maybe you should try laughing yoga (on page 2 of this thread) instead.
Thanks, I can manage that one.
i usually walk around our perimeter carrying 5kilos each of my dumbbell as a sort of exercise for about ten minutes in the morning and in the evening before isleep.
Playing chess to relieve stress is also good. :D
oh its nice to hear from you again nyl sei,nice to see you again, i thought you were on vacation?
I take it "antioxidant" is the new name for Benju13?
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