Amy Daisy U.
Above the chest go ahead, below the head count it out. If you feel you need to exercise take a walk in the fresh air instead.
In everything I’ve learned, listening to your body is key. Rest days are in some cases more valuable than that hour at the gym. You don’t need to be strong, you need to be smart. And it sounds like you need rest.
Firstly, it depends how you feel about your body. If you just feel fatigued, but no fever or severe headache, I think you can have a easy run or light workout to reboot your body. Secondly, I think training outdoor might be better for yourself and other trainers in the gym. You don’t want to be the spreader of illness in your community, do you ? After workout, give a good retreat to your body, a nutritional meal, a hot shower, a good rest, would help you refresh your body in the next day. Good health and be a caring trainer.
Not all you. Your body needs to rest to fight the flu. Flu can be serious. you also do not want to spread your flu around to others in the gym
- How many times you exercise in a day?
- What can motivate you to ensure you won’t quit while getting started?
- How does one fit the exercise habit into their morning routine? Is this something done right before noon or, is there a better time after awakening to start exercising? A set time? Maybe even stepping out of doors in pajamas to reach the mail box considered exercise for eight minutes?
- How do you reward yourself?
- What is a moderate workout I can do in my bedroom?
- If I train constantly, my muscles never get sore. So it becomes routine and boring. What should I do?
- Do you complete your exercise habit in the morning? I often have 6am work meetings, and I sometimes have difficulty getting the exercise in before work.
- What do you do for your morning activity?
- What is your morning exercise of choice?
- How can I remain consistent with exercise and ensure I carry out a routine everyday?