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I currently like 2. If I just need to gently wind down just a small amount, Pascoflair from Pascoe. If I need to actually have help getting to sleep because my mind won’t shut up and I can’t relax, Ziesta.
I used Jointcare+ from Genuine Health for a month (the bottle had 30 capsules and it’s one per day) and though it promised fast results you see in only 5 days, I didn’t notice any difference or anything. I was still as achy and sore as I had been before. I still am. It’s why I bought them in the first place. Anyone else try this with luck or does…[Read more]
This is definitely a dumb question but I have to ask it anyway. I can’t go swimming right now. Is it nearly as good if I do the same motions with my arms, for instance? Like if I stand and do the front crawl or back butterly, maybe with very light weights? or is that something different? Then if I do kicks while lying down?
That’s true. Things like hand weights, resistance bands and even one of those under-desk pedals that work like a mini exercise bike are all quiet and take up less room if you’re in an apartment, too.
Mostly, resting your arm is important. I found some good information about shoulder tendonitis and the types of exercises you can do. I’d talk to your doctor first, though, just to make sure it’s exactly what you have. A lot of different shoulder problems can feel the same.
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.
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