December 2012 Fitness Diary!

Saturday, December 1: December started with a big bang in the form of a full half marathon in freezing cold Seoul. I was the only runner wearing a T-shirt and shorts – I figured I’d warm up during the race. As it turned out, everyone else was right. Continue reading “December 2012 Fitness Diary!”

Fly Us To The Moon (Another Duet for Two Peters)

That big bright thing between us is the moon:

November 2012 Fitness Diary! (Incomplete)

Saturday, November 3: November started well, albeit a few days late, with a weights and cardio session: back, biceps, traps, lats, abs, hamstrings, calves, forearms, and a 2.5 kilometre sprint! Well done! Continue reading “November 2012 Fitness Diary! (Incomplete)”

October 2012 Fitness Diary!

Tuesday, October 2: A chest, shoulders, triceps, and legs workout at an alternate gym because Keimyung’s gym is illegally closed today despite it not being a public holiday. Bad gym! Continue reading “October 2012 Fitness Diary!”

Darth Vader Theme (A Terrible Trio for Three Sith Lords)

John Williams’ fantastic militaristic march for Darth Vader from The Empire Strikes Back (1980) sounds really nice slowed down a bit and performed on my keyboard, slightly out of tune guitar (not my fault), and Roland Ax-Synth at the same time:

 

September 2012 Fitness Diary!

September 1: The month began wonderfully well with 45 cross-trainer minutes followed by some skipping and a light chest. shoulders, and triceps workout: Continue reading “September 2012 Fitness Diary!”

August 2012 Fitness Diary! (Incomplete)

Wednesday, August 1: My vacation get-fit program continues into the very hot month of August and began with a really hard weights session: back, biceps, traps, lats, forearms, sides, lower back, and abs plus the usual skipping sets. I also rode about 20 kilometres on my bike, but that was too leisurely to warrant a cardio diary photo.   Continue reading “August 2012 Fitness Diary! (Incomplete)”

In Dreams (A Trio for Three Hobbits)

Today, I ruined yet another favorite melody of mine. This time the victim is “In Dreams” from Howard Shore‘s amazing score for The Fellowship of the Ring. Mr. Shore, if you read this, please accept my sincerest apologies.