- Dec 2, 2016
- DX FIBRO
unfortunately this is often the case. However, I have found from my own experience and that I hear from others that if you keep at it, always trying to find that "sweet spot" where you do enough to feel good about yourself and to keep your body active without exhausting yourself too much, you can often build on it and do more with fewer repercussions. And even if you can't do more than ( fill in the blank), it's good to keep doing that.I feel great while exerting but man do I feel like a wet dish rag the next day
Note.........it's easy to say "find the sweet spot". Not necessarily so easy to find it, because for most of us it keeps moving! If only it stayed in one place! But in my opinion it is always worth it to do the best we can at staying active to the extent we are able, and always thinking about pushing just a bit more to get ahead.
For me at first this was highly frustrating. But once I learned to go with the flow of it and accepted that I wouldn't ever know for sure if I were hitting the right level of exertion until later and I just had to give it my best shot, I stopped feeling that because it became a sort of game I played with myself. Of course, if I lose it may mean a day on the couch or a lot of pain, but if I don't lose it's exhilarating and empowering AND maybe I even got something important accomplished. So, once again, worth it!