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That happens to me way too often, so I tailored my exercise routine in a way that's flexible. I have a few exercise routines for the days I'm feeling down, consisting of exercises I know I enjoy and ones I can watch something while doing them, not too demanding but get me moving. And then I have exercises that are more demanding thatI try to do on days I feel better. The most important thing is to listen to your body. Don't force yourself to exercise when you're too tired or fatigued. Maybe choose the time of day that best works for you. I personally found that being flexible and not thi king that I HAVE to do it but rather I want to helped a lot to stay consistent. I never forget to take rest days. Also, remember to be kind to yourself if you don't exercise. It's fine, you'll pick up when you can. The whole point is to take are of yourself. I hope this helps and best of luck 🙂
If you're really down and either physically or mentally can't bring yourself to exercise, it's ok to have a rest day as long as you get back into exercising once you're better. If you're want to exercise but you're a bit tired, eat a healthy breakfast and drink some water before you start