Hernandez, Perez, Villarreal, Rivera, Gallegos, Villanueva, Ramirez.
I don't have a good answer for this :/ one time I fell and bruised my hip while standing on the edge of a bathtub trying to clean the shower head ... The song 99 loft balloons came on and I thought it an appropriate place to dance ... It wasn't :/ and the gravity … Read more
Well all these women have me beat. Having a kid is tough working in medical field is tough hats off to u ladys
Learning to fly.
For me it was walking for 4 days through a hot sweltering jungle. I lost some weight on that hike.
Going through 10 hours of labor only to end of having a C-section because the baby was stuck and we were losing his heartbeat during the contractions.
Going through a car accident. That was the toughest thing to go through (Physically). It was recent and I'm still recovering from it though. I have a cast over my left arm and bandages over my forehead so I can't play videogames on my PC so I just get bored, watch movies and do other … Read more
Recover from a major surgery. It took two surgeons and 5 hours. Then I had complications that lead to another week in the hospital. To this day I still have a portion of my lower abdomen that has no feeling.
Years ago, my "trade" of choice was a carpet installer. I had my own business, and paid my workers with a "Piece of the job" . . . As well as selling my own lines of product, I subcontracted for Sears and they sold some of the Thickest Plush carpeting around in the late 80's. … Read more
For me, the physically toughest have also been some of the most beautiful...hiking in the Oregon Three Sisters mountains with my brother, for example...here are a couple photos from Utah, where I spent two weeks river rafting and hiking along the Green River, a tributary of the Colorado.
The American Southwest is stunning in its … Read more
Team leader on a 24 hr trek across Romney Marsh. For a sizeable part of the journey I was pushing a raft made from planks and oildrums, carrying my 3 companions, 9 miles along the Royal Military canal. I have never been so tired since.
My business partner and I built the second floor of a log home in 9 days. We took over a job that another builder failed at and gave up on. The owner was under the gun to have the shell finished and under roof by a certain date. It was just the two of us … Read more
Can't compare with giving birth -Yikes-
I remember my Black Belt test was 4 hrs long when I was 14; though that may pale to the seven weeks in the jungle of Guatamala and Panama in '88. That was tough.
20 plus years of pulling people up in bed, helping people to the bathroom, and standing on my feet.
Gave birth twice.
I was going to say setting concrete lintels in an elevator shaft until I remembered entering some competitions at a local sawmill festival in my early 30's. The log rolling contest was probably the most physically demanding. But the two man saw competition was very strenuous also.