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Injured and waiting seems like torture

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

So I have been at this for almost five weeks now. I had been having some pain in my left leg when I started in my left leg. I knew that my shoes needed replaced I just couldn't seem to slow down. I got the new shoes and after a couple weeks of taking it easier I was able to walk the whole five k in a pretty decent time. However the leg pain came back and after some people asking me to go have it looked at I am stuck on the sidelines for a week to see if it heals or not. I can do some light yoga and upper body but nothing that moves my leg and foot up and down. Very sad and I miss the gym I already feel tired and just want that boost back. Counting down the days till Friday and trying to be super good at eating while I wait this out. I bought a balance ball this weekend and did a 20 min yoga sequence on it but that has been it.
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    Thank you all for your support. I am trying very hard to listen and stay down. I have to stick with this it feels great. It is very amazing how much our bodies crave the movement. :D Thank you for the well wishes and luck. Much appreciated. emoticon
    963 days ago
    emoticon Hi! I'm so sorry that you are injured and on the sidelines. I've been there! Take it easy. You don't want to turn a temporary problem into a permanent disability! You can do this! emoticon
    May God give you the strength and peace of mind to get where you want to be.
    963 days ago
  • LSMITH2017
    Hope you get good results.
    963 days ago
  • GEORGE815
    I have faced challenges also when I tried to get into a routine. Stick with it. You can do it. Have a great week.
    963 days ago
    Good Luck in improvement
    963 days ago
    Isn't it amazing how soon our bodies get used to moving! May you recover sooner than the doctors predicted.
    963 days ago
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