Post # 1
Good Morning Ladies!
Things are looking a lot brighter this week, after interring my Grandmother and her lovely memorial on Saturday, I feel like I can move on. Grandpa is still with us, comfortable and thanks to the out of town family leaving on Saturday, things have calmed down at his home and I feel like his final days, however many there are, will be peaceful.
I treated myself to something healthy and interesting last night, I purchased an aerial hammock for my house….I have been an avid student of yoga for over a decade now and after a foray into aerial silks found out about yoga + silks = HEAVEN!
I’m the kind of person who hates having to leave the house to work out though..its just how I am…I have a rowing maching and kettlebells in the house, I work out with those in the morning and watch cartoons…I figure, this could be added into that routine, or also used as an after work decompression tool….its is really relaxing.
I’m not sure if I want to have Mr. 99 install it on our back deck, or somewhere in the house…..?
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i’d put it in the house so you can use it year round!
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Can it be moved around? I would love to use it outdoors in nice weather but it would be nice if it could be moved inside when it rains, etc. 🙂
Glad to hear things are looking up for you!!
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@Nona99: i would recommend in the house. It allows you to continue your workout if the weather isn’t cooperating. Outside means that you’re subject to the elements. Also, your silks might get ruined or worn out with constant exposure to harsh weather (don’t know if Colorado weather is anything like Toronto weather, which is either freezing and snowing or humid and you can’t breath!)
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@Sunfire: Hey lady! It’s a pretty mobile unit and easy to set up once the corresponding hardware is installed….I figure I can have Mr. 99 do the initial install on our back deck and then find a place in our house for the winter months, because being outside with it would be nice.
@mrs-to-be-2014: Its a covered deck and I would take the hammock in after use, its two caribeeners that you unclip…Colorado is a pretty difficult state to predict, even in the middle of January we get sunny days in the upper 60’s….but one thing is always true, it’s really dry here because of the elevation…so muggy to us is like, 20% humidity, because we’re just not used to it….I figure, I’ll use it outside until it’s really just too cold, and have a second set up somewhere in the house that I can use….
fun for Mr. 99!