The main reason I couldn't help. . . I knew to admit it was …

The main reason I couldn't help. .
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I knew to admit that something was preparing for my body, that I would have to interrupt my training.
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I knew I would have to stop the sprint work, stop lifting heavily and take lower intensity exercises.
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I knew I would have to give up my outlet. The main way to control stress is to set up a positive, productive tone for the day. .
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I knew I would have to change my ways. .
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Have you ever had to give up something you love for a while?
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Has ever been the time you knew in the short term were sacrifices necessary to produce long-term results? .
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As much as giving up my outlet sucking, I know that having to give it up forever would suck the way worse.
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That's why I finally opened my symptoms. To cure my fatigue pressure, I would have to slow down my roll.
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A month ago I wasn't ready to hear this. This week, though, I wasn't ready to hear this. .
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But I also know that waiting to be ready never returns results.
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If I wanted a solution I had to admit I had a problem, opened up, asked for help, and did something else to make better results.
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Now that I've shared what's going on in my body, I've started looking for other ways to start the day and manage my stress. .
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Dissemination, deep breathing, long walks, yoga and magazines are most noticeable so far. Even this protest band exercise yesterday did a trick. .
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There may be a long way to recovery, but it would have taken longer if I was in denial. .
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What is one change you've been waiting to allow you to take action today? ⬇️
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