Pain or soreness is part of the game and a great will power test. Soreness and pain gives you the opportunity to show yourself that your goal is more powerful than small obstacles that may come your way.
Again, if the injury compromises your ability to do basic body movements then you have to understand, be kind to yourself, and have the patience to let yourself heal without letting it diminish your desire to accomplish your fitness goal. I once had a tailbone injury that sidelined me from basic mobility. I couldn't even carry my new born. I took a few days off and focused on healing. Once better, I got right back to it.
- What can I do to do my morning exercise every day? Any helpful tips?
- Does just a 30 min walk count as exercise? Also, if a pedometer app like Google Fit says I have walked 30 mins throughout the day but not consecutively, does that count?
- Anyone who hates exercise yet managed to lose some weight for health, what advice can you offer?
- How do I figure out when to do my exercise? I don’t feel like there is a cut out recipe.
- When is the best time to exercise according to science. Before or after a full meal?
- How do you get someone who is experiencing depression to exercise?
- What do I do on days where I don’t feel that I have the energy or willpower to exercise?
- What do you do when you don’t have enough time?
- I have real trouble In being active throughout the day. No excuses, am lazy. How do I not be?
- What kind of exercise do you do?