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OK, So Change in Plans

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Now that my knees are practically back to normal, I've decided to forego the "every day" exercises... period. It makes no sense. I have nothing to prove, except that I can break my body down by overworking it. I am on Day 3 of a program of full body toning that works various areas, and I'm doing it every other day. On the off days, I'm walking 3 miles.

We'll see if I can stick to this... and my eating plan.

How are you doing with your health plan?
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  • FLORIDASUN
    It's so much better to be gentle with your body and when it needs rest to indulge it.
    146 days ago
  • BBONET
    So I see that you overworked your poor knee!!! That is you always working hard. Now you know that you have to give that knee the rest it needed. Take it easy my friend! emoticon emoticon
    162 days ago
  • CHRISTINEBWD
    So happy for you that your knees are better! Hope this new plan works for you.

    I usually walk everyday but only for about 3 miles. I am also trying to eat right... BUT that does not always work out for me!
    Hugs,
    Christine
    187 days ago
  • 1DAY-ATA-TIME
    Glad you knees are back to normal. Just visited the orthopedic docs about a bad knee and he told me no more running. Looks like biking is in my future (or/and knee replacement surgery). Do what you can.
    187 days ago
  • LYNCHD05
    Ok girl. You are one smart cookies for listening to your body and making the necessary adjustments. So on to Plan B.
    I too have had to make adjustments as I deal with a knee that is giving me trouble. I am in the process of having ankther total knee replacement which here in Canada I could be waiting awhile.

    We do what we can and just make sure we keep moving.
    187 days ago
  • CATDUCK1
    You can do it!
    187 days ago
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