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My Body talks to me

Friday, November 09, 2007

What is happening to my body? Is is reacting the all the strength training and the exercise? This feeling is the weirdest thing. Some of you BBWs know what I'm talking about. Like your body gets to the phase when it's changing...and your muscles have a mind of their own.

I can feel now that I am on the down swing of this menstrual cycle and how working out during this time has made a change. I didn't cramp as much but OMG that anger and headaches comes and goes. Things seem to fall out of my hands as if they weigh a ton. My purse has gotten heavier...is this the muscles talking to one another? Are they planning to strike the fat?

Is your body talking to you or am I just going crazy?

Anyways, yesterday i had a good strength training with the PT and she says that she can see me getting stronger. I don't see it but all I know is that I hurt all over.

When I did the Leg Press machine...I felt my thigh muscles attacking me as if they were to say NO MORE, I CAN'T DO THIS. It hurt so bad. It wants to just be dormant and not care about anything but getting me up the stairs at work daily.

I will now attempt to drink 128oz of water which for those who don't know is a GALLON. Yes, this geek did the calculations.

This weekend I have to continue to be GOOD and not binge or be lazy because my body is listening and responding. I can feel it.


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  • VIVACIOUSBEAUTY
    Funny how we notice the pains of working out and we let the pains of everyday things go by? I remember aching after a small walk and complaining loudly, but not realizing I was out of breath every single time I would climb the stairs for laundry!
    You're doing fabulous!
    Your body is changing and adjusting, even if they are just small changes. Keep at it!!


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