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Finally, a good day in spinning. First of all, I wasn’t immediately tired–my legs were happy. Secondly, I think I’ve been starting off with the resistance up a turn–because today I could actually crank the resistance up a couple of whole turns without dying. Thirdly, we did interval training today, so even though I was still working pretty hard, there were plenty of breaks.

Also, our instructor took the clock off the wall and put it on the floor by her so she could time us better for intervals–so it was harder to watch the clock and think “ack, 20 more minutes!”

About half of our class know each other from work or something–and they’ve been taking the spinning class at this time for a while. If they weren’t so friendly to everyone else, it would be strange–but, they are really nice and it makes the class much better.

I’m glad that today was a good day, because it’s been really hard to get out the door to go to a class I’m dreading. When spinning is good, it’s very very good–but when it is bad, it is horrid.

Oh, and when I came home–a deer was in our yard! She crossed the street, and then ran through our backyard and into the shrubby little woods.

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There’s something about watching the time when you’re working out that is psychologically hard. I play lots of mindgames on the treadmill, like, “okay, I’m not even allowed to *look* at the time display until TWO songs have passed” or “I won’t look at the time until somebody gets on the treadmill next to me” kind of stuff. I’ve read some journals where people put towels over the display, but I am never thinking that far in advance.

We have a lot of deer in our neighborhood too, because even though the SF Bay Area is ridiculously populated, our housing backs up to open land on two sides. I LOVE them, they are so cute - except when they are eating my landscaping!

I played those same kinds of games when I was doing my walk-jogging program, especially when the jog times moved up to 5 minutes or more. “I will not look at my watch until I have reached that fire hydrant!”, etc.

We don’t have any landscaping to speak of, so the deer just stay cute all the time! Heehee!

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