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3/4/13 8:09 A

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I think I would try going with the next week's workout, but if it was too hard, repeat the previous week. Good luck.

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3/3/13 9:15 P

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Thanks!

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3/3/13 12:23 P

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If they were comfortable you could move into the next week. If the new week presents too much struggle then slow down. If it goes well keep going and if not so well you can do it over. The great thing is you are not bound to anything. It's quite common for people to repeat weeks to get stronger. The only thing you have to be careful of is doing to much to fast. That is when injury will occur.

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3/3/13 12:10 P

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I repeat so that I am sure I am as strong and prepared as possible before moving on. Good luck! emoticon

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I am currently wrapping up my job, which has required a ton of meetings, late nights and whatnot. The weather has been bad and the cheap gym I belong to at the park has limited hours. All this means I only got in two of the three running workouts I planned for last week. I was only on week 2 and found the workouts managable, so I'm thinking about jumping into week 3 as planned but don't want derail myself. What do you do when you miss a workout: move on to the next one or repeat?

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