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Just want to let everyone know...

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

... I woke up this morning feeling very sore all over. Yesterday, I felt dizzy half way through the class and I felt like giving up but did not. Also, I could not follow the steps 100% (I aim to be perfect and hence giving myself too much pressure at times) and lost my balance as it was my first time. The good thing was I slept like a baby.

I still did my walking and treadmill today. Tomorrow, I think I will go for the Body Flow class again.

Take care and have a good day/night! emoticon

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    I tend to put too much pressure on myself to be perfect too, and am really working on this. I am my own worst enemy.........no one else expects me to be perfect so I need to stop stressing MYSELF!!! I wish you luck with this.
    Do you eat a meal with both carbs and protein before you work out? If you are dizzy, it could be low blood sugar. It might be worth mentioning to your doctor.
    The more you experience the Body Flow class, the better you will get at it, the less sore you will be, and the better your balance will be. You don't have to be perfect at it.........you just have to enjoy it. emoticon
    1871 days ago
    Please remember,
    You do not need to be PERFECT,
    only GOD is PERFECT
    and too often we question HIS perfection.
    You only need to strive to do the best you can at any moment in time. You do not need to keep up or be better than those around you.
    Besides, I'll bet the class is supposed to be fun, not a contest.
    Give yourself a break.
    Enjoy the class.
    Let your BODY enjoy the FLOW !!
    1872 days ago
    Good for you
    If you do a different workout from the one that made you sore
    you will find relefe from being sore!
    1872 days ago
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