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@#%$!*^ Injuries.

Saturday, April 26, 2014

I'm so annoyed...and also a bit sad. I didn't feel like going anywhere to workout today, and since I haven't done the Wii Fit since last weekend, I thought I'd do that for my workout today. I did the ski jump for a while. Then I pulled my entire middle back doing the stupid Super Hula Hoop game. I stopped, did some stretches, etc. It helped a little bit. Then I did the Rhythm Boxing, and then the Lotus Focus. I kept going because I really wanted to do at least 30 minutes, and I was just a few minutes away from that goal. Originally, I wanted to workout for about an hour, but then I hurt my back so I changed my goal to 30 minutes. I did a total of 32 minutes, and burned 176 calories. I'm pleased with that, but I'm SO annoyed that I pulled my back muscles!!! I'm on my heating pad right now, and then I'll get in a hot shower. I feel like I can't freaking do any workouts lately without hurting myself. I mean, I was on the Wii for Pete's sake. I wasn't trying to bench press 300 pounds. I'm so angry and annoyed and sad. Husband said he'd rub some Muscle Rub into my back later, after I take a shower. I guess I'll just lie here on my bed on my heating pad and watch some TV, drink my sparkling water, and try not to get too discouraged.

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    Yeah it sucks when your body betrays you!
    You were willing to fight through and complete your workout.
    I have faith you won't let his keep you down, but will find a way to go on.
    1484 days ago
    Hang in there!
    1485 days ago
    Hey, don't get down. You should be proud that 1) you actually got up the motivation to do some exercise and 2) you still managed 30 minutes. That's awesome!
    1485 days ago
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