Fitness Minutes: (98,010)
8/17/12 11:18 P
On days like that, I prefer the stationary bike for 30 - 45 min.
Fitness Minutes: (38,120)
1,301 8/17/12 12:31 P
I usually put in a walk at home video (leslie sansone) and do it. If I cant make it past the warm up because I am too tired or no energy, I just call it a day. Maybe try again later in the day...
Fitness Minutes: (32,252)
8/17/12 12:26 P
When I'm tired I generally do something mindless and easy, like a continuous low step routine while I watch a TV program that I find entertaining. It is hard to come up with an excuse not to do it. I don't try to increase the intensity of my program when I'm tired, because that's when form slips, and injuries happen.
Fitness Minutes: (1,743)
171 8/17/12 11:59 A
Go at it with my normal routine, but will back down if I have to that day.
Fitness Minutes: (4,960)
8/17/12 11:57 A
I had this problem yesterday. During my usual workout time I felt exhausted. I just did a low intensity workout with plenty of breaks. Later in the day I had more energy and I went for a long walk.
Fitness Minutes: (2,168)
746 8/17/12 11:30 A
shorten it up or take breaks. Do something less strenuous like pilates or yoga.
Fitness Minutes: (41,579)
8/17/12 11:17 A
I have this problem often, as a cancer patient going through chemo. I do the same workout I usually do, just a shorter one. Most of my fatigue is due to anemia from low blood counts.
Fitness Minutes: (117,162)
21,021 8/17/12 11:11 A
Fitness Minutes: (68,075)
12,065 8/17/12 10:53 A
I gear my walking routine down some.
Fitness Minutes: (2,668)
44 8/17/12 10:42 A
This is going to sound super lazy, but when I'm tired at the end of the day, I've found the SP beginners mat routine is an effective workout still. You get the benefit of exercising while lying down, lol.
8/17/12 10:33 A
Yoga, especially the shivasana (sp?) part!
Fitness Minutes: (112,994)
3,069 8/17/12 10:09 A
I start out slow and then once I wake up a bit I increase my intensity. From a walk to a jog, then eventually to a run.
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