Obsessed with physical fitness

Obsessed with physical fitness

I admit that I am more than a little obsessed with my level of physical fitness. No matter what is going on in my life or with my schedule, I make time for a 60-minute workout every single day. I typically get my fitness regiment completed as soon as I get up in the morning. I then have a much better day. I am in a more positive mood, feel accomplished and am more productive. I don’t need to suffer guilt over everything I eat. I know that I sometimes take my commitment a bit far. I am rarely too sick to workout. Headaches, fever, sore throat and congestion don’t keep me from exercising. Unless I’m throwing up and unable to get up off the couch, I get my workout in. Sometimes, I feel improved afterward. Other times, I make the health issue much worse. Not that long ago, I pulled my psoas muscle in my right leg. It was probably the most painful injury I’ve ever had. It hurt at all times but became especially severe whenever I attempted to sit down. The pain was so bad that I actually cried. The doctor recommended over-the-counter painkillers and resting the leg. I managed to skip my workout for two days. Being sedentary drove me crazy. On the third day, I drove to the local track. I tried to run and it was agony. I attempted to speed walk and just about crippled myself. I finally convinced myself to stick with upper body exercises. For several weeks, I was restricted to lifting weights.

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