Here is a summary of my physical activity for the last 10 months. I am proudest of doing some kind of daily exercise for 5-15 minutes every day, usually at night. Sometimes I gut out push ups, crunches or lift weights after midnight, even 2 am. And this is in addition to all the sports activities. As of today, it has been 425 consecutive days, an extraordinary and first-time achievement for an undisciplined guy like me.

The longest day of activity was only 4 1/4 hours of tennis. I have to brag that this week I played my best tennis ever. I took some lessons during the summer and modified my game and watched instructional videos. Finally some of the effort is taking hold, and I am improving quite a bit. I am sure that playing with higher-level players has made a huge difference, sharpening my strokes and volleys. The best part of my game is still at the net. If I could ever get a really good serve…well that seems the biggest challenge.

My record for doing major physical activity in a month was 25 days in November 2009. Beginning this past March, I was active the following number of days per month (and I am not counting just push ups or crunches, which would bring every month to 31): 17,22,22,18,18,18,16,8,10,12.

My record number of tennis-playing days is 18 in June 2010. Recent results are: 9,15,18,18,18,17,15,8,10,5. So I have now tied that record in three months this year.
My record for playing tennis in a month is 42 3/4 hours. I just did: 23 1/4, 34 1/2, 35 3/4, 41 1/4, 38 1/2, 34 3/4, 28, 16 1/2, 20 3/4, 10. Low numbers in December are due to holidays and traveling.
I played minimal squash: 8 (7 1/2 hrs), 7 (7 1/4), 4 (4 1/4), 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1 (1)
No skiing or cross-country skiing. Only a half-hour of snow shoveling.
No hunting for the first year in over a decade. Enjoying tennis too much.
I stocked pheasants once in November.
I swam 10 laps of butterflies twice.
I went to a gym twice in October and six times in December.
I did exercises at home. Push ups were done as follows: 6 times, 12, 13, 11, 10, 9, 5, 5, 5, 7. There is a six-week system for reaching 100 non-stop that I have tackled, but still can’t get past the third day of the third week. My lifetime record number non-stop (sometimes including a pause in the push up position) is 58 in May. I did 55 before that. Otherwise I am stuck at 50 or below. I reached a session record of 202 in January (48 continuous plus 27 sets—mostly 5 each time—over 18 minutes).
I did abs crunches and other abs exercises: 14 times, 14, 14, 11, 11, 10, 10, 4, 4, 9.
I started doing planks in October: 6, 5, 3. I reached a record time of 5 minutes. Tonight I struggled with pain to do 3 1/2 minutes.
I did bent over rows for lats: 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 2, 6, 0, 0, 0
I did some quads exercises for tennis and squash bending: 3, 0, 0, 6, 4, 3, 2, 3, 2, 3
I do some bent over barbell lifts to build lats: 5, 5, 3, 3, 6, 4, 3, 5, 5, 2
I started pec flys in October, often on a large exercise ball: 7, 9, 2