- Right. I'm off to my yoga class…
Road biking/actually being able to ride a bike all day if I want to. Lifting weights as well. Basically I was a fat slob before bikes 😆 I also work in tv, which as a media production student I never thought would actually happen – most of my course mates haven’t been so lucky!Posted 4 years agojambalayaSubscriber
OP enjoy it, it’s excellent and once you learn the positions it’s a great habit to get into, morning sun salutations. The more you put into it the more you’ll get out (much like anything) and it’s not all about “weird” headstands 😉
BTW the you’re going to “practice yoga”Posted 4 years agofizzicistMember
I think being alive at 35 would have been a shock to my 17 year old self. Plan was to be a rock star and die horribly surrounded by groupies, fast cars and alcohol. If that failed I was going to be a sailing instructor and bum around on beaches.
I’m married, have 2 kids, live in the most middle class environment imaginable (Harrogate) and have an office job & ‘executive’ 4 door saloon.
My inner teenager is screaming at me. I hate myself for it. I hate that I enjoy it even more…Posted 4 years agoDezBSubscriber
A few years ago I was a mountain biker on a Sunday morning… now I’m a rugby coach (well, starting tomorrow anyway). How the hell did that happen? I kept fit this summer by playing rugby (touch rugby, I’m not that mad), a sport I gave up when I was 14.Posted 4 years ago
That’s having kids for ya! 🙂bearnecessitiesSubscriber
Excellent choice – the Organic Suffolk is lovely too. 3 of them and I’m smashed.
To note, they do an excellent range of other products; their cider vinegar will pickle some onions just lovely-like.
Real-ale is nice, but only if you get the taste. More as a session thing though.
Anyone though can appreciate a good quality, crisp cider.Posted 4 years ago
I am still wondering when the real ale thing is going to kick in.
I drank it more at 18 than I do now at 24 :\ can’t stand it most of the time now, think I over did it one beer festival and ended up with the foulest shits of my life. Still like a Hobgoblin every now and then though, but (unfortunately?) it’s all spirits and a bit of lager for me now. I’m not a huge fan of beer in general any more – vodka does the job quicker, cheaper and on less calories 😀Posted 4 years agoJamie wrote:
Not neat but with pepsi max or similar can’t stand full fat coke, just tastes like syrup.
Ah, I forgot. You are one of those paleo tree huggers who thinks sugar is hiding round a corner waiting to mug them
I thought it was the other diet that mugged you???
I’d also have to add I’m now entering races that don’t involve uplift, scary timesPosted 4 years ago
(I need to get back into yoga, but I digress…) my biggest shame at the moment, and I am dreadfully embarrassed by this, is my growing habit of ordering a cold pale draught refreshment instead it a warmish, dark version Aaargh, I have turned into a lager drinker!!!!! Ok, not the cheap crap like fosters or carling, but nonetheless a despicable trend.Posted 4 years ago
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