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I'm not gone, just had a minor set back- but I'm back!

Sunday, November 10, 2013

I blew out my back and strained a muscle in my abdomen area. After 3 days I had to go to the doctor because the pain was so bad all I wanted to do was sleep. I have been laying very low and the pain now is mostly gone! Really don't want to push myself and risk injuring it again. Hoping to start exercising again mid-week, realllyyyyy could use the exercise. I feel like every time I start doing well with diet and exercise, some sort of illness or injury happens and sidetracks me for a while. I know that once this is all healed up, I'll be back at it. I suppose that even though I get sick or injured, all that matters is I keep my goal in mind and get back to the healthy rhythm as soon as I can! :)
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    I agree ... I feel like when I get a good routine down or am really motivated to stay on track something comes up. It is hard to get back into a routine but you can do it. Remember to listen to your body ... no more injuries.
    1585 days ago
    I think things like that happen when your about to break out and be even more awesome...stay with it , and kick butt!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1586 days ago
    Welcome back. You can do this!!!!
    1587 days ago
    emoticon emoticon Hope you are feeling better.
    1587 days ago
  • BOPPY_
    Get back to exercise as your body permits. Sounds like tuning into your body might help. "Tuning in" also requires slower and more deliberate effort, which will also help.

    Really glad to see how motivated you are. Just don't be over-motivated or you'll end up as a wreck -- like me. emoticon

    Lee emoticon
    1588 days ago
  • 68ANNE
    Good to see you almost healed up and back at it!
    1588 days ago
    emoticon Back! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1588 days ago
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