Taking Off A Few Days

I did not plan to take off from training for a few days, but it feels like the right thing to do. Allergies sprung up from somewhere since it’s 60 degrees in the dead of winter, I feel overly tired, and very unmotivated, stuck in a rut. Generally, I would tell myself to suck it up, but this time I’m taking it as a sign. A sign to rest, re-evaluate where I am, think through the plan one or two more times, make some more solid changes to my nutrition, and just kind of catch up on all things, personal and business.

Fresh start begins on Thursday, with a good and swift kick of an afternoon workout based around fundamental movements, and not forgetting that rest and recovery are equally important to my goals.

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Comments

  1. Embrace the nap. It is your friend.

    Oh, and avoid benadryll or codine in the middle of the day. Not a good look.

  2. Pamela MacElree says:

    Nap embraced! no worries on that end.

    And I’ve learned my lesson on daytime benadryl doses.

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