Okay, I started a new website over at squarespace with the same name as this blog. And it also has a blog. And that blog has all the same posts, plus a couple new ones. I will likely be using that blog until I get sick of how limited the software is compared to some other platforms… Kind of an “argh” situation. I like the galleries and the overall design, but every time I try to do something to the blog design it turns out they don’t offer it and you have to upgrade to the even more expensive premium package so you can figure out how to inject custom code from some third party solution… like if you want a way for people to subscribe to your blog, which seems pretty basic. But I digress.
The website features my Duluth photography in a more organized way than my main photo pile/depository.
Okay, this is more or less the simplest exercise you can do, mentally and physically, if your legs are more or less ok. It provides just enough aerobic exercise, and most importantly, it doesn’t leave me with the burned out “I never want to do that again” feeling that straight running does.
Here’s the trick: You run for a minute, then you walk for a minute. Repeat ten times. That’s it. Forever. You don’t bother with increasing your time or distance or interval spacing. Keep it simple. The goal is to get out there and do it. As you increase your aerobic capacity you will find yourself running a little faster. That’s good. If you start off with the smallest of shuffles for the running that’s fine.
You should find that you become a little short of breath during the running sections. That’s what you want, just not too much. I use an app on my Apple Watch called Intervals to help me keep track, and it shows that my heart rate gets up to around 150 or more towards the end of the workout. You can also use it on your phone, or just look at a regular watch and keep track in your head.
Even doing this only twice a week helps. No need to do it every day, but I suspect four to five times a week is ideal.
From another dog walk near a “country club” golf course…
A skater stops with a dancer-like pose in downtown Duluth.
Skateboader in downtown Duluth, after a pipeline protest at Wells Fargo Bank. There’s a cop car out of frame to the right…
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Tagged film, Line 3, minnesota, Oil, pentax zx-5, Pipeline, porta 400, protest
Finally got back few scanned images from some film, with a couple good ones. I’m happy with this, my wife and daughter…
Elia and Mary at Duluth Coffee