If I’m really just not feeling it or don’t have the energy, I try to transition to something completely different… normally increased time stretching and or sauna. Sauna jacks those dynorphin levels and leaves me feeling great after.
And on a superficial level. Try changing music genre / playlist. Stale music is a workout killer
We can’t win every time, but we sure as heck can try! Either way, we’re still exercising!
I think you sure be doing great! Good luck 🙏
There will always be peaks, valleys, plateaus, and everything else between. Exercise is not about winning or losing. It’s about what your body learns from the actions performed.
Practice movements in slow motion to feel what body parts are activated throughout. You might “find” something. Best case, you are learning about perfect practice.
“Wax on, Wax off…and no forget to breathe, in through nose, out through mouth, very important” Mr. Miyagi (Noriyuki “Pat” Morita)., “The Karate Kid”, 22JUN1984
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