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is it normal...

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Is it normal to cry during a group training session? During yoga? Emphatic yes. While working out? That's a new one on me.

I just feel it. I'm up about 2 more pounds and I feel it. I feel chunky, clunky, and achy and all around bleh. But on the bright side, I got +10,000 steps for the third day in a row. I'm aiming to be better hydrated and I'm looking forward to a nourishing, life-affirming lunch. My trainer was very encouraging. And I can do it. Again. I know I can.

So, that's what I'm looking at today: Daily movement and hydration. Making one good, life-affirming decision at a time. Oh, and a schedule this afternoon that's making steam come out of my ears trying to figure out how I'm going to feed the boy dinner and get him in bed at a decent hour.

Oy. It's all good. Thankful for it all.

Repeating the mantra, "just this." One thing at a time. :-)
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  • -POLEDANCEGIRL-
    I have done that before. Broken down during a really good sweaty workout. One decision at a time, the only way to go :)
    1262 days ago
  • KLONG8
    Frustration! But you're not letting it get the better of you! You're working on it and those pounds will disappear.
    1262 days ago
  • LOTUSBURGER
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    You are not the only one emoticon
    1263 days ago
  • MZKYNDLY
    Never cried in a group workout , though I am pretty much a solo worker outter, however it is nothing for me to be walking down the road, tears pouring down my face. Kinda feels cathartic, by the time I sweat and cry it out, I am thinking a lot clearer. At times I didn't even realize there was something bothering me enough to cry, go figure. So glad I live way out in the middle of nowhere, so it is just me, the forest and such.
    Way to go on all those steps!!

    1264 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/9/2013 2:38:04 PM
  • GOGOBOOTS
    One step in front of the other....you are doing great!
    1264 days ago
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