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NEWRUNNER2 Posts: 542
4/7/13 2:55 P

Sorry to hear you're not feeling well. emoticon

Take care of yourself and I hope you get to feeling better soon!

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4/7/13 2:37 P

PHYLLISOHLER,

If you feel like you have a bit of energy, why not take a walk around the neighborhood. The fresh air might do you some good. However, if you're sniffling, sneezing, feel fatigue as well as aches/pains, it's best to lay off any exercise until you start feeling better. There is no point trying to exercise if you can't breathe properly.

Take a couple of days off to rest. You will not derail any of your efforts at good health or weight loss if you take a few days off to recover. Good health isn't just about getting exercise, it's about taking care of our bodies.

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4/7/13 1:05 P

Hi,

If you have a fever or chest congestion or aches--it's best to wait, but if you do not have any of those symptoms doing a lighter workout would be fine. But remember healthy living is a life-long journey so taking a day or two off is OK, too.

I hope you feel better soon!

Coach Nancy

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4/7/13 12:52 P

should I not exercise with a cold ?

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