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RE: Getting out of a slump: What to do when your fitness level suddenly drops to nothing

in Sports Talk Social3 months ago

Oh My God, you sure know how to represent with the picture above what happens to us after refusing to go out, and yeah, I agree with you on that. We most times tell ourselves, I will probably go jogging the next day but end up letting our sleep take the better part of us.

A few days ago, I told someone of how I plan to go back to my early morning jogging which helped me lose a lot of fat not like I am too fat now but I realized how much of a lazy and sick person I have become not going out for my early morning routine anymore but the truth is, up till today, I still can't wake up very early to do that and I doubt i will be able to do that now because I so much love my sleep.

But with this great idea of yours, I think it can help me if not very much at the beginning but in the long run, feeling lazy to go out won't become a problem anymore.

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well i hope you are able to pull it off. In times in the past when I fell into a "slump" i found it sooooo difficult to take those first steps, then the rest was easy. That's the crazy thing about fitness in my world, it is mostly a mental, not a physical game.

Yeah right and I hope so too because it is really making me lazy and I get extremely tired when I try to stroll for just 5 minutes.