Is it Always Good to Push Limits In Workout

Is it ? is  it always good to push the limits in a workout? I’m not sure about this. I do think it is individualized and everyone must know their limits.

I do believe pushing the limits is great when you have had adequate sleep, nutrition, energized and ready for the challenge. As for myself I know that without either of the stated not only am I unable to push the limits my workouts are so sluggish. When I feel this going on especially with me getting into the weightlifting I know it is best for me to put that day on the burner or take a nap to rejuvenate myself.

One of my worst regrets that I have found out in my workouts is when I do a half @$$workout. I feel like I have cheated myself and wasted my time, when all I had to do is either take a nap are just do it all tomorrow. Which sometimes this   happens that I end up doing it all tomorrow.

I have learned to value my time; but the greatest thing it all workouts is to have a relationship with your body and know your limits went to push through and went to pull back.

To beginning a new relationship with your body and workouts have a great day of work outs.

Wednesday Leg Workout

Today was a great leg day workout:

Side to side squats  25x2x10x3

Alt. weighted squat jump 20 x10x3

Figure 4 squats 20x10x3

Slider side lunge 20x2x10x3

Low rocking side lunge 20x2x10x3

Sumo double slide 20x10x3

Sumo cross jump  20x10x3

Goblet sumo squat 40x10x3

What a leg day

My Workout Struggle With Flares

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There are days when working out things so difficult especially when I am having a flare. I have to make a decision whether to continue a workout or put it to the side. Then I think do I really want to be a quitter every time I feel plain that I know I can endure. So I had to make a decision whether to push through to meet my goals are just put everything on hold for a few days.

I did make a decision, I am not a quitter so I decided to do my workouts. The difference is I had to decrease my weights, I had to modify some of my movements. I had to proceed with caution. My workout was a success my pain remain the same but I was able to do my workouts without harming my body and I was proud.

I know everyone cannot do this however I do encourage those who are working out with RA began to know their limits and not be a quitter. I am saying this because this is a autoimmune disease that I’ve had to battle since childhood. To have a quality life sometimes we have to push through just with caution.

To everyone working with rheumatoid arthritis I ask you to know your limits be caution but never give up, never quit. Just as I believe in me I also believe in you have a great workout week