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This morning I watched the Sunday political shows, and the time flew by. (Yes, dorkus majorkus, I know. I can't help it.)
There is a show on Fit TV called "Art of the Athlete" that profiles different athletes that is pretty inspirational. I watched one on Diana Nyad this past weekend who was a very successful marathon swimmer this weekend and really enjoyed her story. It looks like a profile of George Hincapie is coming up, here is their web site: http://fittv.discovery.com/...ry/videogallery.html
Another show I watch that is interesting: John and Kate + 8. It's a 1/2 hour show about a couple of had twins and then sextuplets and how they deal with keeping everything together. Watching this makes me realize the importance of a schedule, being organized and not over reacting to life's daily dramas. It's inspiring non-athletic stuff plus the kids are really cute! http://health.discovery.com/...elins/gosselins.html
We have a DVR so I record these series and watch when I have time, very convenient!
Without Limits (Another prefontaine story, donald sutherland and billy crudup)
And, since I'm a guy -
Chronicles of Riddick
Unleashed (Jet Li, has some of the best in close fight sequences i've ever seen)
And, my guilty pleasures:
Angel (TV series, spinoff from buffy)
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I also did 4.5 hours on the trainer Sunday while watching MythBusters. Multiple projects at the same time so you don't get too bored and the Jamie and Adam are hilarious.
"In order to keep a true perspective on one's importance, everyone should have a dog that worships him and a cat that will ignore him." - Dereke Bruce
"the only normal people are the ones you don't know"
I typically watch spinervals on the trainer, but I'll definitely have to pop on Buffy (and Angel) when I'm on the treadmill!
When I'm on the treadmill, I've been watching Madagascar (Dreamworks animation), Mulan, Pirates of the Carribean: Curse of the Black Pearl, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, and Harry Potter (any except Goblet of Fire). Shrek (and Shrek 2) are next on my list.
"Real winners aren't content with yesterday's victories"