Monday, August 11, 2014

Attending a meat-loaf barn raising

Observations that are made at times of day that are less populated can bring out hidden truths that would otherwise be left uncovered.

It is rumoured that simple cardiovascular exercise doesn't do for a person what high intensity activity for a much shorter duration does. I am curious enough about this to put it to the test; though I will have to define what high intensity activity means for me.

This past weekend that just completed saw a number of home entertaining events. The number was three. Three is a prime number.

As any regular reader would know, this last paragraph for this post has a requirement for the number of sentences that can be found within it. For any irregular readers, you can probably guess based on the number of sentences found in the first three paragraphs. For everyone else, this paragraph has to have four sentences to make it a pattern post. Four is not a prime number.


Debstar said...

I used to do a lot of high intensity interval training (HIIT) on a spin bike. I got very fit very fast. It can also be done alternating jogging with sprinting. I do not like running so that was not an option for me. I did do HIIT on a treadmil alternating walking on the flat and then raising the incline to a level that was really difficult.

Zhoen said...

30 min. of running a week, regardless of speed.