Treadmill Abdominal Work



What do you get when you mix a treadmill with a PowerWheel? This.


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Cool of the Evening.The superb summer weather today seemed to delight the thousands of tourists shuffling along the Royal Mile, and it managed to persuade me to do a little shuffling myself and engage in a cool evening workout. The cooler air allowed me to slightly increase the tempo, and I worked through a similar pattern to last friday with the addition of a bit of calf work (the calves seem to have been forgotten a bit lately) and a little more ab work. Always a fun way to finish things off.


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