We were in the water today for five. hours. I knew he was a slow swimmer but arrrrrghsdfjklxpqrctz.
Absolutely shattered, more extensive injuries than last time. Lots of scratches from the rocks, and an issue with my left rotator cuff that may or may not be an actual problem. I will sleep (and sleep and sleep) and see in the morning how things are going.
Dang, rotator cuff injuries suck. Hope you recover quickly! I’ve had to take time off in the past due to shoulder/rotator cuff issues. Now I always finish up my shoulder workouts with some rotator cuff exercises.
Please note: Although I do track my weight and have a number in mind of a weight I think I’ll be when I’m as fit as I want to be, weight loss is NOT my primary goal, but rather a side effect of good nutrition and consistent training. In turn, the good nutrition and consistent training have been a side effect of doing the necessary psychological work, i.e. dealing with the emotional and mental issues that led me to obesity in the first place. So If you’re looking for my magic success formula, there it is: sort your head out, the rest will follow.