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5 Workout Remedies for When You Feel Weak


Jun. 25, 2014 Breaking Muscle

What happens when your training schedule says it’s a big workout today, but you’re just not feeling it? What should you do?

They say if you want life to laugh at you, then show it your plans. Having a training plan can often feel the same way. In this article I’m going to show you five things you can do when your plans and your body are in disagreement.

Power Through It

Sometimes you need to just do it. Often once you get started, you’ll get into it and then you can have a great workout.

Depending on your personality, it’s possible you’re just looking for excuses (okay, maybe not you, but other people you know). If you’re past the lazy stage that stops most people from exercising, (and let’s face it, we’re all visit there sometimes), then you can probably tell the difference between when you’re being lazy and when your body is not primed for physical activity.

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