I used to have days like that when I was sparring regularly. I'd have workouts where everything was easy and I felt like I could go forever, and then sometimes I'd count every second of the round so I could quit.
Even now with the Dressage riding, I have a couple low energy days a month and the horse is doing most of the work!
I never did find a reason for it, I just tried to do my best and work through it.
I agree that it could be not enough food or not the right food to support a workout, or if you are used to eating "clean" and yesterday you didn't, your body was too busy saying "what do I do with this?"
I have discovered a short list of foods that I can't eat for lunch before I do my afternoon workout, because I just don't have the energy.
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8/21/13 12:29 P
It could also just be one of those days. I have running days when I feel like my legs are made of lead, and there isn't really any discernible reason.
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9,713 8/21/13 8:59 A
If you've gotten used to eating quality food, eating junk can definitely make you feel icky, but honestly when I feel that way, it's usually because I haven't eaten enough of the right things to support my exercise. OR I'm overtraining.
What's your current calorie intake and ranges?
8/21/13 8:13 A
Last night when i worked out I felt like I was moving through mud. My body just wouldn't do what i wanted it to do. It wasn't because I needed rest because I had just taken two days off. So i know that wasn't the issue. The only thing I can think of was that I didn't have a "clean" food day. Can that really be the problem??
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