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Going To Beat Today!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

I have been working pretty hard this past month. I especially pushed it two weeks before the 5k we did last Saturday. I still have continued to push it. I don't want to baby myself. I do have problems with pain from my upper back all the way down to my toes. It has been this way for years. Surgery did not work out. Made it worse matter of fact after all was said and done. I have spent since last fall trying to get back on my feet and get back to losing weight in a timely fashion. I have been having mornings I had so much pain and was so stiff that my husband had to help me get out of bed. It takes most of the day for me to get back to my normal. That was why I had shots in my back and hip before the 5k. This morning was one of those bad mornings. I barely could move without excruciating pain. I ask my husband to massage my painful back and legs. It took an hour, before the massage relieved my pain enough to sit up. Hubbie had to help me with sitting up, also. So I have not walked today. I have been waiting for the stiffness an pain to go away enough to exercise. I have rested enough for the day. I feel much better. So it is time to work this pitiful body into shape for the day. I decided to do my therapy exercises. I have 3. 5 years worth of pages of exercises that will help my body. They are strength training exercises. I hope to do an hour of them. It will help stretch the muscles and strengthen them in my back, hips, legs, and even my ankle. I want to do more than an hour, if I feel up to it. That might be my exercises for tomorrow as well. I have to go in the morning for injections in both my feet. One way of the other I am not letting my body down. I will make it move when the pain calms down. The exercises always helps. I got this far by fighting my way here. I am going to beat today, too! emoticon

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