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Joined a new gym

Monday, March 02, 2020

I finally joined the new gym. Of course the minute I decided to join a new gym and actually try to go, I sprained my finger ( still aches) and my ankle started acting up ( limping and in pain). I decided to stop waiting for my aches to stop and go ahead and join. I should at least be able to ride a bicycle and do machines that don't require a lot of grasping with my hands. Today I have to do a few errands after work, so my first day will be tomorrow. The thing I am worrying about is that I need an extremely low calorie snack to eat before I go because I am usually so hungry by the time I get home from work that I could almost chew my own arm off! Just kidding about the arm, but REALLY hungry.
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  • ZTGF04
    What rotten luck - you joined right before the gyms were all closed down! I hope you've been able to keep up some physical exercise on your own. I wouldn't feel bad about needing to eat a snack before you go, if it keeps you from binging after you work out it is totally worth it!
    41 days ago
  • FIT2BETHIN
    If you like milk, it is quick and nutritious! It often staves those hunger pains for me between meals
    157 days ago
  • RUTHIEBEAR
    SP as some great articles suggesting good snack for before and after workouts. Maybe they could haelp you. I hope things go well at your new gym
    158 days ago
  • POSITIVEHOPE
    Try pairing protein and fiber for your afternoon snack. Apple and 1 Tbsp Peanut butter, Mozzarella stick and veggies, egg and fruit etc.
    160 days ago
  • EMGERBER
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    161 days ago
  • LILGUITARGAL
    Don't stress about the snack, your body is telling you it needs fuel. Maybe try incorporating a small healthy snack during your afternoon break and see if that helps stave off the hunger at the end of the day. Have fun at your new gym :-)
    161 days ago
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