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15 days without exercise!!! :(

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

This is a complain to myself. I have been 15 days without doing any exercise, one week because I had friends at home for a week, after that I hurted my big toe missing a step that means a week with pain, after that Monday and Tuesday off from work thinking going to the gym and I woke up with a big pain on my right shoulder, looks like muscular spasm.
I thought that i will start the week without carbs and I didn't, that's why I am so disapointed with myself.
What I can do?????? I feel bad :(

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    Ahh, my soulmate you must be! We definitely all go through this! I so feel your pain, especially when you wrote, "I thought that i will start the week without carbs and I didn't, that's why I am so disapointed with myself." If I could lose a pound for every time I SAY I'm going to eat a certain way...I'd weigh a lot less!!

    Don't worry, you'll get back to it. I have faith in you!
    1195 days ago
    I tell you that is how it always is. Ok, now come on back and start again.
    1195 days ago
    Just pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and begin again!! We all have weeks like that - I had a week without exercise myself last week. But today I started over - WE CAN DO THIS!! emoticon
    1196 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    I recently had the same problem with my little toe (kicked something with it) so I didn't exercise for a week (or more?). I just started walking for 10 minutes a day to start rebuilding my routine. I am now back exercising regularly a minimum of 5 days a week. You can do this. It is hard to start back but worth it. Take it in small steps.
    1197 days ago
    You can start back in again! Soon you'll forget about this exercise free streak and will be excited about your new exercise streak!
    1197 days ago
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