Can't do it. I'm not that flexible.
My gym is open but there's restrictions in number of people in gyms so we have to wait outside until a member leaves.
I don't like to be stuck in line inside with 20 other people waiting. It could take half an hour to get in. Ugh.
I dyed my hair last night. Trying to cover my gray. Well, it's all gone.
This morning my daughter saw me and quickly noticed it.
She said I look like a cartoon character. Oh...I think I will wear a cap for awhile.
Be thankful you have hair, some of us are hair challenged. I started turning grey in my early 30's and was nearly completely grey when I started thinning on top. Went to a much shorter haircut about 5 years ago and now just wash, towel dry and head out the door. Don't even bother carrying a comb anymore.
As far a going to the gym ours opened two weeks ago, but with all the restrictions and the reduced hours it just doesn't work for my wife and I. We had purchased a new treadmill a couple of months ago to replace the one with the incline that no longer worked and I drove about 550 miles on Sunday to pickup a home gym I found on craigslist. Had seen a couple of Bowflex and Gold's machines and couldn't get anyone to get back with me. Found a Vectra 1800 in the Detroit area and decided to go with it as it has multiple stations and is very heavy and well made. Now I just have to move it from the garage to the basement and get it setup. Fortunately the basement is a walkout and I have a tractor with a loader on it so I think I will use my brain rather than my back when moving it.
The human body is an amazing thing..... My first week back to the gym I was down significantly in strength for bench press, back squats, and curls. Fast forward to week 2, I am at or exceeding my numbers from Feb/March.