They tell you what exercises to do but not what to avoid.
SO, here's what to avoid. Especially Nancy and Ellen. :-)
My STOMACH flips during EVERY one. That's enough for ME!
My husband came into the room to see why I was screaming over and over again. Are you KIDDING me? Are these people training for a Ninja competition? I can FEEL things in my back TEARING and I can only imagine the pain. I would not have to imagine for long because one of those stunts would undoubtedly kill me...just TRYING would do it, I would never MAKE it.
No problem jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 there is not a CHANCE that I would ever attempt these moves, not that I could if I wanted to. I am going to have NIGHTMARES!
Do they HAVE to jump onto the narrowest ledges! Long jumping/high jumping I can watch but to go from a relatively large area to jump a deep gap to a narrow strip - no no no.
Need my Calm sleep lady's voice now. Just let me pick up my heart off the floor here before I go to bed and listen to soothing sounds. Thanks Dale!
Yikes!!!! Whoa definitely not for me either, not even 30, yrs ago when I was only 27 because I'm terrified of heights! Thanks Dale.
When I was probably around 9 or 10 years old I thought it was cool to jump off the one story outdoor stair landing (climbing over the railing) onto the grass. I'd watched a LOT of coyboy and indian movies and seen them do all these wonderful things! And I wanted to be able to jump off a high THING and roll and get up like they did. And I did. Learned how roll real good. Never forgot that ability actually. It's kind of instinctual now, hit and roll. But now that I think about it, that may be why I need new knees. Anyway I did it only a couple of times because it - hurt - actually- to jump off a one-story building. And once I had done it a couple of times - that was good enough. Proved my point to myself. (Sort of like sky diving. Did it twice in a row and that's was enough when I was 18.) But I was 9 when I jumped off the house. These kids are aching to die. Like the base suit jumpers. And there have been a couple of deaths in the past couple of years. Each to their own. The guy who flipped the bird before he jumped sort of told you, perhaps, the attitude involved. Not one that will perhaps keep you alive for long. You can only say "EFF YOU" to death so many times. Well, of course there's that dopamine high...
With each relapse you keep daring your odds. The odds may turn against you and you may know not when that will happen. And then you just may come up with the disease diagnosis you most fear. Each time you smoke you jump off that ledge. You can be smart or stupid about it. Its' a choice. Choose very wisely, say I.
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