Well, I didnt keel over but boy, a tough day and 2 not so nice delivery men
I took delivery of my treadmill this morning. Two men with a dolly thing because this thing weighs almost 90kg and it took some effort to get it indoors.
Husband away in India, told them so and joked how it was going to be funny my doing it all on my own given how heavy it was.
Boy, did they laugh with me. They then dumped it in the middle of my dining room
I am 8st soaking wet and this thing is 14 stone, you know, just an offer if I needed any help would have been nice.
I am so non judgemental and I dislike anyone who judges others but now I am going to be a b****, based on the fact the ignorant 'bleeps' would not lift a finger, not even to do what I later found out they were supposed to do - unpack it but one of the guys could do with a few decades on a treadmill himself, he could barely fit through my door but flip me, two blokes just dump it and leave me to it.
Anyway, I have no issue with overweight people, just this one because if he didnt help because he was not able, then he should not be doing the job
and then he told me that he was pleased that my house did not smell of cats (cat pee he meant), I have 5 indoor burmese cats and he told me it was nice that he came in and could not smell cat p as he does in some houses.
Now, my treadmill
Apart from the fact my face is still burning from the activity, boy, is using that as opposed to jogging around the house different and now, I am totally wiped out
i have been on it twice. first time, just a quick trial and I did 0.5km in 10 mins
I have not long got off after managing 2.5km in 37 mins, varying it from 3.5 to 5.5kmph.
It is going to take some getting used to, I havent quite got the hang of jogging on it yet but very brisk walking is pretty good
So I have done a grand total of 3km today, and of course, set it all up and got it in a more sensible place than where they left it
Other than the fact its size is going to get some getting used to
I love it