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And now: back to the start.

Monday, January 28, 2013

So, I ve been poorly in the last couple of weeks. Not ILL that I had to stay in bed, but unwell. Even a bit of sport was too much, even walking up 2 stairs had been hard.

So I had a break.

But after watching the fat fighters

I know I had to get back in track.

So I organized my week yesterday, starting running today.
And it was horrible. I was able to run 3-5 k before. Today I hardly managed 2 k. With a break.

So I took it a bit easy and decided to run again tomorrow. 2 k ... without a break.

And on wednesday my plan is: Zumba. thursday ... swimming. friday some strength work.

we will see ...

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
EX-PRESSO 1/29/2013 1:08AM

    Thank you so much for your kind words and support.
I felt horrible after running yesterday, so ... weak :/

But today I feel good, Nothing hurts, no knee pain, no muscle arching - so I did it right. Astoday will be extremly busy, I will do zumba tomorrow and another class on thursday and friday. And I'm looking forward to that!

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MEDDYPEDDY 1/29/2013 12:03AM

    Hopefully it will not take that long before you are back where you were!

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GREENGENES 1/28/2013 10:37PM

    One step at a time. You can do it.

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SCHNOOTIE 1/28/2013 8:12PM

    Take it easy! You don't want to push your body into feeling weak and sick again. Listen to your body, and take it back a step. :) Hugs to you, hope you get better quickly!

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EX-PRESSO 1/28/2013 7:14AM

    Thanks Brandi, I need to learn be patient ....

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BRANDI1809 1/28/2013 6:15AM

    Don't push yourself too hard to start with, it can take some time to get your strength back.

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