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My Momentum Took A Vacation...

Tuesday, February 05, 2013

I really planned on being in "beast" mode as of Friday of last week, but had to put the beast back in the cage for a few. I started a new position at work (well, training) and it seems I just don't have the energy. I think the only thing that's saving me is the fact that I'm still counting calories and watching my food intake.

Plus.. I hit the treadmill Sunday, but that's the last time I've done anything. Of course, I didn't heed my own advice ( and that of my fellow Spark fam) and may have tried to go too fast, so my leg started hurting again.

Now.. a funny thing happened after that. I went home took an Aleve then my son, my sister, my niece and I went over to the trampoline park. I just knew I was going to be in pain after jumping on the trampolines (there's that hard head of mine again)..but no. As a matter of fact, I haven't felt any pain since. It's been two days..and nothing. I know Aleve doesn't last that long.

Before I jump the gun and just assume it's all good in the leg pain department. I'm going to ease up for a bit, and stick to the dumbbells and Total Gym until I'm certain the "storm" has passed and hopefully that momentum I had a couple of weeks ago will have returned.

**I'm done rambling now**


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PLATINUM755 2/6/2013 10:23PM

    Ohhhh, I love my trampoline. It's wonderful when my leg is acting up. It also doubles as a great alternative to my stability ball when it comes to making sure my core is engaged. Glad to hear you found a new friend!

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LILSHINE 2/6/2013 1:58PM

    I just had a thought like that when my back hurts on the treadmill but the symptoms disappear on the elliptical. Perhaps that trampoline is your beastie friend for now. Take care of yourself

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MRSBLAK27 2/6/2013 9:25AM

  Glad to hear your airing on the side of caution, soon the Beast will be Back in Action. Your making great choices by continuing to focus on your eating...

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SPARKLE1908 2/5/2013 10:52PM

    Glad your leg is feeling better but it's always best to err on the side of caution....good job with listening to your body!!!

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MSILVER94 2/5/2013 7:56PM

    When I started my new job it took me about 2 weeks before I got my energy right to have enough to hit the gym after work. Hopefully it doesn't take that long for you! Waiting to hear from the beast!!!

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