Thanks for the link Dr. Strange. I do internal external rotation, super light weight with the pullies and a couple of others I picked up from the PT who has worked on the shoulders over the years. Trying not to go back to PT because even though I have "health insurance" it still cost a lot of out of pocket expense. I need more leg work. Might start riding my bikes, Huck. Biggest problem is a stiff back. Not much pain. Just stiff to the point of trouble putting on my clothes in the morning at times, let alone pulling my legs under me at take off. I'm not the early morning guy aka rooster anymore. Mike
Really?? Nobody uses a fork when they’re chowing those burritos and carne asada tacos. When it comes to Mexican; forks are for sissies. I don’t take a lime with my Corona either. Save a couple of calories right there. Ever order a fish taco on the street in Ensenada? They don’t give you a fork and no such thing as a napkin. I do use a tooth pick when I’m sharing Poke tho. Using your fingers in a shared bowl of Poke is like double dipping your chip. Coronas are like doing curls with one of those cute little 5 lb. dumbbells. Except you get refreshed and typsey as you go.
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My view is if a beer needs a lime wedge it must be shitty beer. Corona is shitty beer in my view,anyway, but I'll drink one if there's nothing else. Like a .......Coors lite. Both are good for rehydrading after a surf or during a long summer hike. The fish tacos and other street tacos off the streets of Ensenada are great. But, have you ever eaten the tamales from the cart pushed by the tiny lady in Rosarito? Taste so good and the cleansing action 4 hours later is tough to beat. I missed the fork and burrito connection somewhere. If you get a big ol donkey d...k burrito you may need to whittle down with a fork before picking it up in one hand, splash of salsa, bite, repeat. Poke. Yum. Mike