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Re: bad workout

Post by Jungledoc » Sat Feb 27, 2016 2:28 am

aliusman wrote:
robertscott wrote:I ask this because I had a TERRIBLE workout tonight,
You cannot expect workouts to be good 100% of the time, it is impossible. We all have bad days - Key is to pick yourself up, dust it off and keep going.
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Re: bad workout

Post by alishakapoor » Tue Apr 19, 2016 6:02 am

Yes I have been in such a situation many times and I suppose will be in future too. So it completely depends on hitting the gym. If I’m in the gym there is no backing off and because of all the mentioned reasons above I decide not to go which invariably causes completely ignoring the workout

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Re: bad workout

Post by essentialproducts » Thu Jun 21, 2018 6:21 am

You’re having a $h1t workout.

You don’t want to be in the gym. Everything feels god-awfully heavy. You’re just going through the motions, counting down the sets until you can leave.

It happens.

I have $h1t workouts too, sometimes every week. Sometimes twice. Every once in a while, I have to slog through a whole run of bad workouts, like I’ve got some kind of low-grade kryptonite poisoning and every session is just sweaty grunting without aim or purpose.

Again, it happens.

Problem is, these days, these fv(k days, I tell you — they really can be suffocating, can’t they? Suck the life right out of you.

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