Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Fun in Fort Worth

We had beautiful weather in Fort Worth this past weekend, and by that I mean there were not any severe storms and it wasn't too hot outside. Hubby and I decided to hang out in Trinity park to take some pictures for my Lea Genders Fitness blog. I also may have been procrastinating my long run training for the San Diego rock 'n' roll half marathon, but that's another story. 

I was actually terrified to get upside down in the picture below. I needed hubby's help to get up and the first time I had to come down just after a few seconds. I thought I couldn't do it. We played around for a while taking exercise pictures for the blog before I decided to try again. I did much better the second time once I knew what to expect. I was still screaming "Hurry, take the picture" the whole time. It was fun to play around like that. 

Handstands in Trinity Park

Hubby was a lot more comfortable. He jumped right up there and was even playing around with his leg placement. He said next time he was going to lift an arm. Show off.

Trinity Park, Fort Worth

I have no idea what I was doing. 

Over the weekend we also headed down to Race Street in Haltom City, which is a suburb of Fort Worth. It is an up and coming street in an otherwise uninspired area that is lined with art galleries, a few restaurants and a new record store. Most everything was closed, but this was in the back parking lot of one of the galleries. I have this dream of opening a fitness studio on Race Street someday. I need a few years for that one. Right?

Can you hear me? Race Street, Fort Worth

How was your weekend?


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2 comments :

  1. Sounds like an awesome weekend! My kids decided they were ready to start running again. It comes and goes with them (12 and 14). I went out for about 3 miles with them. We ran over to the school track which is about 3/4 of a mile away and did some laps. One of them decided intervals sounded good and one decided a track mile sounded good. We got home just in time for the weather to come in!

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    1. perfect! Love that your kids want to run with you! you are an inspiration to all!

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