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September 12, 2012
Shaping Up (Part 2)
Steve Janes Blog
On my last blog I mentioned the need to start getting in shape—this coming from a guy who has a buffet table next to his recliner so he doesn’t have to get out of a chair during the televised football games.
But aside from that, I do my part to stay in riding shape. I always walk and carry my clubs on a golf course. I walk two miles a day with my wife while she vents (it’s always better to allow your wife to vent while walking in a public place daily than to allow her to build up the pressure and explode while you’re trying to watch a good football game on TV). I even occasionally take the stairs up to my fourth floor office at work. But then, I usually take the elevator back up to my office after slipping out at morning break to get a cookie from Great Harvest.
Perhaps the reason we harp so much about lightweight sleds is because we need the snowmobile manufacturers to off-set the extra pounds we tend to collect around our waists during the off season.
So when it comes to getting a little more serious about getting in shape, I guess I’m going to have to just bite the bullet and lay off the cookies. But I do hope that it’s a chocolate-covered bullet with a caramel filling.
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