gyms

gyms

This might not be the poorest of skills, but I've been tossing around an idea. Once I get the doctor's ok to go back to my normal routine, I'd like to get a gym membership so I can rebuild the muscles in my leg and strengthen them. I;m acually shocked at how small my leg got in the two weeks I haven't been walking on it, and I still have a few more weeks to go before I can start to put presure on it. My work is a little over a mile away so I'm used to walking 10+ miles a week, but I'd like to do a little more for my bad leg since I've had two ankle injuries within a month time. Right now I;m debating on two places, Curves and YMCA. I like YMCA becuase there's a pool and it's low resistance, but I get a discount becuase of my work that makes curves fees half of YMCA. I get off disability on Oct. 20th, so I may not even start a contract with either untill the new year so I have time to save up for the sign-up fee. Now, here's my question. Does anyone have any feedback/complaints about either one? And before people jump on my back saying this isn't a poor skill, being healthy is the best poor skill of all and I;m trying to take preventive steps so I don't get more injuries.
Seven kinds of tomatoes in a small garden

Seven kinds of tomatoes in a small garden

New and Improved

New and Improved

O.K., I know it’s a daffodil. . .

O.K., I know it’s a daffodil. . .

Spring in Kent

Spring in Kent

frost

frost

Problems

Problems