Getting Out There

Personally, I’m not a huge fan of the gym, but that’s just me.  I’d rather get my blood flowing and muscles exercised by just getting out and moving.   I love walking and hiking.  Running?  Not a big fan. My husband and I try to get out enough on the weekend to enjoy the sunshine and all that Southern California has to offer.  Together we ride our bikes and we both hike.  We scour local flea markets and swap meets.  My husband surfs.  There’s always plenty to do and most of it includes some type of exercise.   My point is that while we spend a lot of time during the weekend enjoying the beautiful weather and getting the physical benefits from it, the goal is just Getting Out There.  Adventure awaits.  So the questions is?  What are you waiting for?

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