Yo and Zo for the push-up challenge! Yay I am currently doing 1 set of 5 a day on an incline, I think I will work it up to 10 and then start reducing the incline before trying to increase the reps with the Jan 1 week goal!
I am sulking at the moment, its blowing and snowing out. During an online conference yesterday, at the start of the storm, my "make up" wood was dumped in the middle of the driveway so I then spent a bunch of time stacking @ 2 cords while moderating a panel over blue tooth noise cancelling headphones... I think we made a big mistake in ordering wood this year. SO liked the idea of already split wood, many folks here deliver it bucked but not split. The people doing it had a new machine that bucks and splits, they are heavy machinery contractors. SO they had the great idea to use the machine to cut up wood they were paid to clear and then sell it. They also had someone to use it who in the end was not available. SO instead it appears they rush to use it when other emergencies occur and they need cash. We ordered 8 cords got 5-6 cords but the problem is the sizes are all over the place from 5 inches long to 25 inches (only up to 19 will fit in the stove and we ordered 16 inch). Lots of tiny logs unsplit or sort of chewed up or splintered, lots of green wood, a lifetime's supply of kindling then lots of huge logs only 1/2ed I will have to split later. Well and then we ordered in June and received it in November so no time for it to dry and cure or time to stack. The regular wood sellers seem to focus on firewood, felling dead trees that are of a fairly standard size and bucking it all to 16 inches. Our folks were sorry and brought more but its tough to stack and deal with all the random sizes in a blizzard. I tried to sort out the really green ones but will have to keep an eye on it 9there were fresh green needles on some and the under bark is green) there were also rotten chunks and cores, again because the trees were selected to clear an area not as firewood...and so it goes.
Other than stacking that wood and tarping it not much exercise but I did have to run upstairs every 20 minutes for the next "track" then run back out. And this is why I am pouting today will be little better, organize all the stuff we threw in the barn and start replacing the bad ep liner with the new one. Have been in touch with a number of new EP owners having issues, its discouraging but my EP contact is doing a good job of connecting me with support so I am hoping this will be the last round and perhaps it will be ready in a month??