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I Don’t Wanna Do It… Ugh

I am so very tired today. Pushing myself through all these workouts with both my fibromyalgia and Reynaud’s Syndrome along with lack of sleep is really dragging me down. The weather constantly changing is not good for me. I can’t wait for true spring so my pain will be less intense and often. I usually enjoy the workouts, but adding the soreness that I get from working out to the pain from the fybro and RS is borderline unbearable. I should be working out right now. But I am here typing a rant about why I don’t want to. I really wish today was a rest day. Granted I have only taken one rest day since I started this program and skipped many, but taking the rest days leaves me with a sense of guilt. But if today was one, I sure as hell would be taking it!

I WILL do today’s workout, I think today’s schedule is an hour… An hour too freaking long for me today. I need some motivation.

How do you cope with chronic pain and pushing through a workout??

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About RoundToRavishing

30 Something mom, wine and craft beer lover, wanna be crafter who is getting back on the weight-loss horse.

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  1. It’s very difficult. I feel your pain. I found that pushing through, whether it was migraines, degenerated spine, or this stomach issue, I would go at it with the attitude, I’m going to ‘try’. Sometimes, I was regenerated, and found I was able to do more than I thought. But, there are some days that you have to listen to your body, if it is telling you to ‘back off’. Don’t be hard on yourself!

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  2. I don’t have any chronic conditions (except for an unexplainable right sided headache that no specialist has been able to solve). But a year ago I was going to an outdoor bootcamp twice a week before I knew I was lactose intolerant. Every evening before bootcamp I would have cottage cheese. This was a recipe for disaster and I always had to tell myself it was only one hour! (Plus I shelled out a ton of money and didn’t want it to go to waste!) I agree with listening to your body. Rest days are good for your body, muscle repair and mental health.

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