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Thursday, September 16, 2010
I spent the day as a day laborer, so that was my workout. I'm going to count it as a strength training session. I had to remove rotten wood borders of a concrete driveway, bend over an ivy bead and trim it, dig holes in insanely hard and rocky dirt, and then plant several potted plants. I'm sure my back is going to be sore tomorrow, so I had plenty of potassium when I got home. It doesn't sound like much work, but it was six hours of bending over and working my back that made it tough. By the time I got to the digging, I was already beat. I know if I did this everyday, it wouldn't be as difficult from being used to doing it. I don't want to be used to it, because I never want to do this again. It's hot, dirty, sweaty work, and you are screwed if you run out of water. Even if it were my own home, I would want to pay somebody to do it for me.