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Exercise Is Health

Nov 9, 2022

Have you ever been thrown off of your workout routine only to find that exercising does not feel as easy as it did once you try to start back up??

Whether it is an injury, illness, or just life in general getting in the way, most of us have times when we don't exercise for a while. And, unfortunately, when we try to get back into it, we can find that our body is wanting us to slow WAYYYYY down.

So how can you progress yourself back to the strength and fitness levels you had before? Should you dive back into where you left off with your workouts and expect your body to catch up? Should you throw in the towel and decide that it's too hard to get started again so you shouldn't even try?

Or is there another way to get yourself back into the swing of things that not only will help you progress your strength and fitness while you are getting started, but will help you keep coming back to your workouts long after you are feeling like your fit self again?

On this week's episode of the Exercise Is Health® podcast, Julie and Charlie explore this idea of progressing yourself and your workouts after you have taken some time off. They lay out a straightforward plan that you can start implementing today to get back into your workout routine in a way that is sustainable and feels good.

Check out all of the details in this week's episode!

Want a step by step plan of exactly what you need to know to rebuild your aching body in as little as six weeks without changing your lifestyle?

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