You sound just like me... from 30 years ago. Like the cereal boxes say, Some settling may occur.i'll say i am, i've worked as a warehouse worker(lots of heavy lifting) for the past two summers, swam competitively for six years and dove competitively for three. now that i'm a freshman in college, i do more travel on foot than i ever had in my life.
I can sympatize with you, had both shoulders done 'twice', they seem to be ok now.I recently had my rotator cuff repaired. In the process of recovery (several months), i gained a lot of weight due to my inactivity. I joined a martial arts school for the fitness and training. I lost 20 pounds in 3 months and a couple of inches of my waist. I'm still loosing and will hopefull continue for a while longer. The aerobic training is awesome.
Jason: i haven't been to Cal U, i go to WVU, but i would imagine it's just as hilly. i measured my walk from my res hall to my class and it's only a mile and a half, which means i should walk it more often. walking is too underestimated these days.Bstickler-you go to Cal U, don't you? I can't think of any other colleges on the Mon, especially that are all hilly. I was there from Fall 94 to Fall 99. Took some extra time because of several times I changed my major. I live about a half hour from Cal, up rte 43 towards Pittsburgh.