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Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Asthma, asthma awareness, Asthma exacerbations, Funny asthma stuff, Intubation, intubation, Lifestyle changes, Lung Transplant, Other medical tests, Ventilator

And despite all the medical appointments, I still managed to learn a dozen new tunes. Related Posts:23rd time’s a charm104th trip to the slammer for AsthmaNumber 94….a Bad OneDepressing trendIm the the conundrum, the outlier, the oddball asthmatic15 months Intubation Free!

Don’t forget the upper body!

Posted on 2 CommentsPosted in Asthma, Asthma & Exercise, Asthma Education, COPD, Exercise&Fitness, Lifestyle changes, lung disease and exercise, pre lung transplant, Shortness of Breath, Walking

If you’ve spent much time reading my blog, you’ve probably figured out that Im a huge promoter of daily exercise for people with lung disease. My favorite fitness activity of course, is distance walking. Aerobic exercise such as walking, uses large muscle groups to move at a steady, rhythmic pace. It’s an excellent way to […]

24 Hours in the life of an Asthmatic

Posted on 1 CommentPosted in Articles about me, Asthma, Asthma & Exercise, asthma advocacy, asthma awareness, Asthma blogs, Asthma Medications, blogging, Exercise&Fitness, Friends/Bloggers, guest post, Lifestyle changes, lung disease and exercise, Peak Flows, Walking

Check out Kerri’s vlog post and follow us through a typical day living with asthma. Related Posts:But you look so healthyTreatment overloadExercise like your life depends on itAsthma Phenotypes Guest Post by Kerri 12 month Update

Yes, I still walk.

Posted on 8 CommentsPosted in Asthma, Fitness Walking, Fitness/Training Update, Lifestyle changes, Walking, Walking shoes and apparel

Haven’t trained for or entered any races, or even taken any walks greater than 5 miles in almost 2 years now. However,come rain or shine, crappy breathing or not, I still get out and walk 3 to 4 miles almost every single day. My main motivation for doing so nowadays, is mostly to preserve what […]

Life after the Blog

Posted on 4 CommentsPosted in Asthma, Asthma and travel, Exercise&Fitness, Fitness Walking, intubation, Lifestyle changes, Misc, Music, People, Places and Events, Sally Wenzel, travel, Walking

Just a quick update on what Ive up too the last couple weeks. Lungs I’ve pretty much fully recovered from that last exacerbation and hospital stint. I think the intubation is what caused me to get so sick in the first place. An endotracheal tube is the perfect conduit for introducing bacteria and viruses deep […]

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Eating Organic, the first 4 months

Posted on 8 CommentsPosted in Diet, Health & Nutrition, Lifestyle changes, Organic diet

Time sure flies when you’re eating well. It’s been 4 and a half months now since we switched to an all organic – low sugar, HFCS -free diet, and all I can say is…. food doesn’t get any better than this! Without exaggeration, this is probably one of the wisest live style changes we’ve ever […]

Why I walk

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Asthma, Exercise&Fitness, Fitness Walking, Lifestyle changes, lung disease and exercise, Racewalking, Walking

One of the UCSF Clinical Research Fellows, ( my favorite one actually ), called me last night as part of my monthly research follow up. After we got done with the question and answers, I mentioned to her that I was thinking of take racewalking lessons. At first I don’t think she understood what I […]