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YOGINILMT Posts: 309
3/18/13 10:17 P

Booyah! 3 miles, power yoga, and a butt load of squars, push ups, lunges.

IRISHFANUH87 Posts: 1,038
3/18/13 12:29 P

Agree with all previous, go a little easy today as your body is probably still a bit weak. Get some good nutrition and tomorrow you can probably go back to your normal routine.

SUSAN_FOSTER Posts: 1,229
3/18/13 12:04 P

Thirding - take it slow and easy. You're not going to help yourself in the long term if you work yourself back in to sickness.

LOTUS737 Posts: 2,777
3/18/13 11:15 A

I second the post below- do a lighter workout today (make sure you hydrate & eat well), then slightly more intense tomorrow, etc. Work back into it! You don't want to overdo it and feel worse!

CILER11 Posts: 265
3/18/13 10:58 A

I would ease back into it, especially if you are still feeling a little worn down. Maybe just do the yoga and some walking. Glad you are feeling better, the stomach flu is not fun.

YOGINILMT Posts: 309
3/18/13 8:12 A

I've had the stomach flu for two and a half days. This is the first day i woke up healthy, but still feel kinda poopy. Was thinking about going back to my usual work out schedule, so for today yoga, running, and some squats, crunches, push ups etc.

Last time i was sick like this i was in elementary school, so i'm not altogether sure if this is a good idea.
Paet of me says, "no! You haven't eaten anything for almost 3 days! Noooo!" But part of me also says, "Shake the dust off and you'll feel better!"

Not sure which part to listen to....

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