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noname

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December 17
fit december 17​
dragonborn / lvl III + ec​

December 18

fit december 18​
void / lvl III + ec​
cardio demon / lvl III + ec​
5 minute yoga full body stretch​

December 19

gentle yoga for 16 minutes​
fit december / hall pass

December 20

fit december 19​
fit december 20​
5 minute yoga full body stretch​
 

noname

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December 23
fit december / hall pass

December 24

fit december 23​
fit december 24​
50 calf raises / ec​

December 25
fit december / hall pass
quick restorative yin​

December 26
2 minutes w-extensions / ec​
fit december 25​
fit december 26​
5 minute full body stretch​

December 27
fit december 27​

December 28
fit december 28​
total body + ec​
everyday yoga full body stretch​
 

noname

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JCU

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Scout from WNY
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Personally, working out is what helps my mental issues. Regular scheduling is what keeps me on track. Recently I hit a block that had me stopping everything but the daily exercise. I found the break physically was exactly what I needed mentally.

On those days when I need to push through a bit more, I treat it as a challenge. I'll get through one part and take a short break, or I'll give a cat attention, or I'll play a short level of a game. Typically, by the time I'm halfway through I can push myself to finish.

I hope this helps just a little bit. And remember: we're always here, ready and willing to listen.

:hug:
 

Deadoks

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Viking from Belgium
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Good work and log everyday!
Congrats for the Fit December.

I don't have mental issues... I mean I don't know... But to manage my stress or nervous state I do a lot of self hypnosis it helps a lot (meditation helps also).

Have a good day, take care
 
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NancyTree

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Valkyrie from The Netherlands
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How are you guys able to motivate yourselves to do a proper workout-- while dealing with some mental issues?
I try to plan it on a moment that is easiest for me. Having a workout buddy helped, to get started. And I don't aim for a 'proper workout' (because that discourages me, it feels like A LOT), but start with something small, like a challenge, and when that's done I feel like I could do some other small thing (a different challenge?), and so on. There are a lot of workouts with just 1 set. Or I do just 1 set of a workout.

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