/ No exercise for a week... what do I do??
I've kind of forgotten what people do with their lives when they don't climb! any advice? (other than get a new UKC profile and spend the week trolling, which could be fun)
(climbing is exercise, but I have a friend who reckons climbing hard could count as a contact sport, what with possibly smacking into walls at high speed... sod that!)
That hardly fills the missing 20 odd hours of my week. maybe 2 or 3, sure, but what next?
Watch some good films - assuming you're allowed to watch TV for any length of time.
It's only a week!
Clean and wash all your climbing gear, lube cams and replace all that tatty ID tape?
Get some counciling......
That's what I should be doing. Maybe I should get my eyes lazered
> I've kind of forgotten what people do with their lives when they don't climb! any advice? (other than get a new UKC profile and spend the week trolling, which could be fun)
> (climbing is exercise, but I have a friend who reckons climbing hard could count as a contact sport, what with possibly smacking into walls at high speed... sod that!)
1) Watch 'Breaking Bad' (you can sign up for free with Netflix).
2) Monkey Tennis.
'Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body' - Sir Richard Steele
He said no contact sports for 4 weeks
Do some drawing.
Read a book
Learn a song
Play an instrument
Sew or knit
do a jigsaw
play video games
listen to music
do some flower arranging
make a junk model
sort out your filing cabinet
tidy out your kitchen cuboards
do all those little diy jobs you keep on putting off
write letters to people
phone a friend
That's why he had to have the eye surgery ;-)
That's rather short sighted though.
(i'll get my coat)
see if you can watch all of lost or 24. maybe an old tv series or two.
It's an opportunity. (:-))
that's my fear ;)
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