Great job on exercising!
You should not be in that type of pain after BodyPump. Because of the fibromyalgia and hearing that it flaired up, you may want to consider reducing the weight on your bar at least by a little. You want it to be a challenging amount of weight, but not where it is causing you pain beyond muscle soreness. You may even want to talk with your BodyPump instructor to see what they might recommend for you. They know how much weight is recommended in general, but let them know you have fibromyalgia and how you had a flair up after the workout where it kept you in bed for quite some time. They may be able to offer some more advice on how much weight you can try on your bar in the next class.
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