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N16351D Posts: 2,349
5/22/13 6:07 A

Allow a rest day for muscle groups worked. You can work out every day, but use other body parts for the focus. For example, if you walk/jog/run one day, do upper body strength the next. Doing Zumba? Add Yoga, pilates, and/or stretching the next. This will help you not be so tired.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 57,478
5/22/13 6:05 A

A,

I would definitely ease back into a routine. That will help prevent injury and mental burnout. Doing too much too soon is never a good idea.

Hope that helps,

Coach Jen

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5/21/13 8:10 P

Great job!

AHUVAK1 SparkPoints: (11,895)
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5/21/13 7:54 P

It's been two months, but I am kicking my butt back into shape if it's the last thing I do! Sunday and Monday I did pretty intense cardio - Zumba Sunday and Jillian Michael's 'Blast Fat Boost Metabolism - and today I am ridiculously tired. Question: Should I be building up, or just hit the ground running and start working out with high intensity often? Thanks for your help sparkers.

Edited by: AHUVAK1 at: 5/21/2013 (20:33)
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