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SouthernGeneral6512 wrote:Just remember your body is made to work ... especially when you're young you are doing it more harm by not being active than being active
SouthernGeneral6512 wrote:Take your point I just assumed with his mum still being young enough to be so active he must be in his early 20s
purplekat wrote:Thanks for the confidence boosting replies
My mum's actually 63, but because she's remained relatively active despite back pain, sciatica etc, she's still able to try things (having a horse does kind of guarantee a min level of fitness required just from the care side). Thanks for thinking I'm in my early 20s SouthernGeneral - when you're in your 30s it's the kind of mistake you appreciate people making
All my other injuries have cleared up now, just this foot issue remaining (which is why a lot of my preferred exercise, eg walking, the gym machines I like, are currently out of the picture). I've never been very happy in water either, looking back, probably why I've not been attempting swimming in years. However, I do need to start doing something and it'll probably be the kindest on my foot. My friend is going to come with me so that should help a bit too.
Defren wrote:SouthernGeneral6512 wrote:Take your point I just assumed with his mum still being young enough to be so active he must be in his early 20s
I wasn't having a dig, honest officer.
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