for some strange reason, that line always stayed in my head. so, without further ado, please join me on a tour of the room in my house where a lot of the magic happens. magic meaning, hard work and sweat equity. i can't even begin to tell you how many miles i've ridden on the trainer in this room or how many tons of weights i've lifted in there but it has been lots. my favorite time spent in there is when the j-man is riding right next to me, which is rare but every now and then we can coordinate it, usually in the winter or on rainy days.
the pain cave
oh you fancy, huh? yes, these Boston medals get a home of their very own. i bought this medal holder 3 years ago. why did it take me so long to hang? the clock hanging above that looks like a 25 pound weight has so much history. i'll save that for another day.
one of my favorite marathons was the one i ran with the j-man. actually we ran several together but this Disney one in 2002 was our first one running together, that's why we had it framed professionally. now if i could just figure out how to get him running again ...any suggestions?
this past weekend's projecti'd like to give the credit for this idea, of putting the medals on a curtain rod, to Marlene in Ontario Canada who has a really nice blog titled, Mission to a(nother) marathon. after reading her post last thursday and seeing the way she had her medals displayed, i knew i was on a mission to a(nother) weekend project, besides my usual weekend project of training, training and training.
one of my favorite posters ...Marilyn Monroe bench pressing dumbbells. one of my favorite former personal training client's gave it to me as a gift. thank you hot mama (her nickname)!
thanks for visiting my gym and next time you're in tampa, holla atcha girl and maybe i'll invite you over to workout in the room where all the magic happens.
much love and peace out!