I took yesterday off because my back and hip were really hurting me

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I took yesterday off because my back and hip were really hurting me {from an injury last year}. I did the ab workout today, and it kicked my butt. Is it okay for me to take a day off in between workouts or should I just try to power through? Truly, I was horrified at how weak I am. Please tell me that IF I stick with this it will get easier, or maybe, I will get stronger. Trying to stay motivated and focused.

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I absolutely think you need to listen to your body. If you need to take a day off between workouts can you walk or do other activities? It doesn’t get easier but you get stronger!! Hang in there.

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If you were to power through, you’d only hurt yourself more, definitely will get easier and you will get stronger. But take your time and do as much as you can.

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Stick with it –BUT–listen to your body, modify so you dont have pain and as you get stronger advance the exercises so that fhey challenge you again. (Ex if squats are painful, do sit-to-stands.)

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Absolutely listen to your body. Don’t push yourself or you will injure yourself. Instead go for a walk or do a more non intense workout.

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Listen to your body. I had to take the day off because I was so sore to the point that it was difficult for me to “mommy” my babies.

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