But I reasoned that that would at least give me time to get into the swing of competitive games again. I just wanted to not embarrass myself and my target was to try and win at least one game. But I knew it would be brutal - and it was - by the end of the first game I thought that I was gonna be sick, by the time of the sixth game I was sick, just managed to make it to the toilets. But the good thing was the he was suffering too We played best out of seven games for a set and while he won the first one four nill, the second was 2-2 when our time ran out. And I had served for 3 - 1. So yeah, pleased did ok, already looking forward to doing it again next week. I know I can improve and this is the way to do it. And damn it will get me fit if we can do it regularly. I really feel like I've rediscovered the game and fallen in love with it all over again."Let's play for 90 minutes, I am a bit of a squash nutter and once I have the bit between teeth it can be hard to shake me off".
Cycling? Gets you out, gets your heart rate going and better for your knees than anything that has you running or jumping around.as predicted, i dropped the jogging after one week but am now back to walking about 3 miles most days of the week, to and from studio. i should do something to get my heart rate going a bit more... was contemplating joining a gym, just cos i've never really done that before in my life, but have not done so as yet. i like being outdoors really. but running is a bit boring. maybe i should play cricket with the lads down the park. or footie.