Tag Archives: Cornball

Core

Today’s plan calls for a cold bike ride out to the pool to complete a 3200m swim followed by another cold bike ride home again and, hopefully, a bowl of warm soup courtesy of CRAVE LOCAL FRESH.  That gives me … Continue reading

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Makin’ Taquito’s

Today I started my winter training program of riding out to the pool, completing my long swim (3100m), and then riding home again.  Well, the ride home usually includes a brief stopover at The Sanctuary for a bowl of hot … Continue reading

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Functional Strength/Core

Part 2 of today’s Halloween-inspired workouts is this on the mat functional strength and core set in my basement with a rather disjointed vinyl selection from my Cornball collection of albums, specifically ‘The Cries of London‘  featuring The Deller Consort … Continue reading

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Core

I wrapped up my season with Run Well Events this past weekend by helping to host the “Final Lace Up” for the Island Girl Half Marathon on Toronto Island.  This means that I got the rare opportunity to camp out … Continue reading

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Core

I am taking a break from my “work” this afternoon, to complete this quick and dirty core session on the mat.  Yup, I’m reinitiating the ‘ol core program today; bring on the crunches, planks, push-ups and only God knows what … Continue reading

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Lazy Monday Vinyl (Part 5)

It’s been the busiest non-productive day ever.  I’m ending my “Festival of Nothingness” on a high note with another chapter of my book and one last record before calling it a day and hitting the sack.  That last listen then … Continue reading

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Friday Afternoon Vinyl (Part 2)

My next selection this afternoon is a bit of a mystery album from my Cornball collection, something called the ‘Souvenir Album‘. Luckily, Uncle Lance has the same eye for the weird, obtuse and nondescript albums as I do.  He found … Continue reading

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