I think it's the type of workout that can cause that. If I were to do step aerobics I would go insane..........and give up. I love my group power weight lifting classes and I am always glad that I go to those. I also love my morning runs or afternoon walks......gets me pumped...
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672 11/4/12 2:22 P
I feel great after my kettlebell workouts and lifting weights. I usually feel homicidal before exercise (or if I sit around all day), and then much happier/more relaxed after. I recall really disliking Jazzercise, but that was MANY years ago. These days I just work out in ways that appeal to me.
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13,570 11/4/12 1:30 P
Prenatal yoga is the only exercise that made me want to kill everyone around me afterwards. So I stopped doing it.
You could try doing something else. If the video is irritating you, get outside and go for a walk. If you feel like adding some running or some hills/steps, go for it. Otherwise, even if a walk isn't as challenging for you, at least you'll be getting "some exercise" and you are away from that annoying DVD! :)
Maybe whatever is stressing you out won't stress you out with a different type of exercise.
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105 11/4/12 10:15 A
With exercise are you always in a better mood after, or do you sometime just feel even more annoyed afterwards? For example I have been doing turbo jam cardio videos, sometimes it just pisses me off more when I am already in a bad mood. Anyone else find that sometimes a workouts just aggravate you more when you are already feeling irritable?
(Not to be a downer- usually I feel great after, it is just that today I couldn't even finish because I was so annoyed with the pace and style of the video and my inability to keep up.. so I just gave up , which makes me feel even worse).
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