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This is all a hard transition to a new way of living. It’s good that you’re shifting the responsibility to yourself. Don’t be too hard on yourself though. T hings really have been tough. But it’s good you’re ready to go for it now.
Lately my body just feels sore overall. I haven’t been overdoing my workouts. It’s like my arms are too heavy. My back aches. When I stand up from my chair I feel like I’m 90 years old. Sometimes after taking a walk I feel better. Overall, I just hurt. What’s going on?
If you can’t go swimming, burpees will definitely help you get the job done. Throw in a few sets throughout the day and you’ll do great things for keeping your blood flowing and burning fat, too. Top it off with a bit of a brisk walk at some point and you’re golden.
Thanks. I figured that was pretty much it. But I was just hoping there was more, like some secret trick that makes all the difference. It’s getting easier. I think it is working. I had to use the AC during a rain storm, but I’ve avoided it other than that.
Believe it or not, a millimeter does make a difference. The difference between 4 mm and 6 mm is like night and day. If you do a lot of standing moves, you’ll want a thinner one because it will improve your stability. If you do a lot of work on the floor, like if you do a lot of restorative yoga, then you’ll likely want a thicker mat, pa…[Read more]
The weather in my area has switched from cool to very hot as though someone flicked a switch. I haven’t acclimated and I’m overheating very easily when I try to do my workouts. Any advice other than drinking water and wearing cool clothes? I’ve done those.
My bike needs a tune up but I’m trying to avoid going to any stores if I don’t have to because of social distancing. Is it safe for me to do my own tune ups and repairs with very little experience or am I asking for disaster?
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