Weekending 10 Sep 06

Monday: The toy went to Quinns for inspection.
Saw Andy from the lifestyle course down the Oval. Had a bit of a warm up on the rowing machine before the spinning class, 160 cals. Spinning class 675 cals. One set of weights before the class one set after.
Tuesday: One hour down the Oval after work. 30 mins crosstrainer (400 cals) 10 mins rowing (125 cals) 10 mins cycling (125 cals) one set and a bit on the weights.
Wednesday: Work, then a followup class on the Lifestyle and Weight management course.
Thursday: One hour down the Oval after work 15 mins crosstrainer (200 cals) 15 mins cycling (150 cals) 10mins rowing (125 cals) 1 set of weights with Ron,s advice fresh in my mind.
Friday: Restday.
Saturday: Eureka Cafe for Franks Breakfast back home via Ness, Neston, Thornton Hough and Rest Hill (22 Miles)
Sunday: CTC ride to Whitchurch, promises to be a long day, 80 miles plus the trip to the Eureka and back should top 100 miles again easy.

Stunning day, my second 100 miles. Good company, thanks to everyone on the ride and Noel for leading the ride. Most of the route is in this weeks Cycling Weekly. coincedence or a small world. A post on its own coming up, another map reference and more points of interest to shake a stick at.

I took a picture of my Dinner with the phone which is in the process of getting reduced for the page. The purpose is to show that I’m still following the plan which as we know is portion based. £3.95 well spent.

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