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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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    I have done that before. Broken down during a really good sweaty workout. One decision at a time, the only way to go :)
    1868 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.
    1868 days ago
    You are not the only one emoticon
    1870 days ago
    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!!

    1870 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/9/2013 2:38:04 PM
    One step in front of the other....you are doing great!
    1870 days ago
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