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 type of exercises do you prefer in the morning? Do you have examples of quick and simple exercises?
- What’s the best way to reduce the little parts of fat (like cellulite and loose skin) that remain on your body?
- How do you stay motivated when hard work feels like it is not having the desired results?
- What exercise works best for you?
- What’s a good exercise routine you can do in a second level apartment that isn’t too noisy?
- What kind of exercise do you do? And before or after a morning shower?
- How do you make time for exercise? I am in a position where I have to choose between exercising and sleep. I am struggling with this!
- Will you see some changes in your body after doing morning exercises for some time?
- Yes, I was ill 2 weeks, I didn’t want to work out because I felt very tired. I would welcome some advice what to do in this situation.
- When you get up late and all your plans and routines seem broken – what do you do? Do you give up for the day?