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"I find that the fresh air in the morning is very invigorating and luckily, I'm out early enough that I can walk in the middle of the neighborhood roads to minimize risk of slipping. Keen (sp?) makes a really great boot with excellent tread that's not too heavy. I did alter the normal routine and now take one dog at a time - again to minimize risk of slipping if they move unpredictably. Best of all? No one can hear me singing/talking to the baby (at least I hope so)! :-)
Also, I find that shoveling can be a good oblique exercise depending on how I stand. " -- 37JB476 - 2/1/2012 11:22:00 AM
"This is a very encouraging article...I'm moving to Buffalo, NY after baby is born so I'll be enjoying the snow quite a bit! I have been devising my own snowy fitness routine in preparation for the move. Indoor activities like using the gym is a definite, but I'll throw in some belly dancing, yoga and other fun stuff to keep things interesting. I also would love to take up skiing, but we'll see if my new mommy schedule will allow for that. I can't wait to have my baby!!!!" -- MARIQUITA767 - 5/18/2010 12:29:52 AM
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