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2/23/11 1:50 P

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WhooHoo!!!! So glad for you.

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2/22/11 8:12 P

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So glad you are feeling better - back & better than ever!


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2/22/11 7:47 P

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Thanks for the advise (and sorry I did not respond sooner). I'm really fortunate - at the school where I teach there is a former physical therapist who teaches health technology (students who want to go into the medical field in some capacity) who talked with me about what was happening. She suggested that I did a great job targeting some of the really small muscles in my hip and butt area (she was impressed and I was sore, go figure). At any rate, she helped me to develop a program of alternating exercise that all generally target the core area but focus on different muscles so I'm not putting too much stress on one area repeatedly. I've been following her advise (and quite frankly, it pretty much matches yours as well) and the pain is gone!!!

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2/21/11 4:54 P

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I would say take a day to rest. Feel free to do other workouts that don't cause you pain (perhaps because they target other areas).

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2/14/11 9:35 A

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My vote is for listening to your body and treating yourself well. I hope you feel better!

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2/13/11 11:02 P

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By not listening to where your body is at you can risk injury and then you can become out of commission for longer then just taking a rest day. I have totally done this and paid the consequence. You know your body best so only you can tell. Good luck and take care of you!

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2/7/11 12:30 P

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When I do my yoga regularly I do 2 different workouts and alternate the days I do them. This way soreness is minimal. It's the same with resistance training, you should vary the routine and try to avoid the same muscle groups twice in a row.

Take a day off from your usual routine, it's a good idea to listen to what your body is telling you.

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2/6/11 10:41 A

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I'm not an expert, but it never hurts to listen to your body - I would be inclined to rest it for a day and see how it goes tomorrow, but you could give it a try and stop if there is any pain at all --

Be gentle towards all that is unsolved in your heart, and try to love the questions themselves --Rilke

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2/6/11 10:17 A

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I have been doing Pilates every morning for the past 3 weeks. I decided yesterday to "mix-it-up" a little, so I tried a new core workout video. This morning when I woke up, I felt great, but when I went to do the workout my hips hurt so bad I could not complete it. I did what I could, but it was actually painful. Is this normal? Has anyone else experienced this? Should I go ahead with my planned workout for today and work through it, or should I give my body a day to rest? I did do about 20 minutes of light stretching this morning, so I don't know if I should call it quits for today or not...

Thanks for your input!

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