Warm up: Walking inspection tour of the garden, then shift and fluff compost pile #2 to combine with compost pile #1,
1) Medium/Repetition workout: fill the wheelbarrow only 1/2 full of composted leaves
Follow by pushing/pulling the wheelbarrow through 8~10 inches snow to the sunny warm spot where the snow has melted to bare ground.
Spread the composted leaves for sheet mulching over paper and cardboard.
Return the wheelbarrow to leaf pile.
Repeat 3 more times.
2) Light workout: Set up row tunnels and small greenhouse covers in various areas of the garden to warm up the soil.
3) Heavy lifting/cardio: Lug a full wet bag of sand from behind the shed to the patio.
4) Finish up with light meditative exercise: Mix up seedling soil mix. Prep and fill containers and flats for seed starting.
... somehow, turning the compost pile, or pulling the wheelbarrow (easier than pushing) -- even through 8 inches of heavy slushy snow, OR moving a bag of wet sand did not seem as difficult back in fall. I guess I really need to work off the Winter flab.