Return to exercise after rest – 4 weeks FBBurn results.


Return to exercise after rest – 4 weeks FBBurn results.

After two months of rest, it was my body’s difference, and a month later it was back to physical activity. I followed FBburn for 4 weeks for my exercise program.

My body doesn’t have any problems at all. But I do feel bad. Stress is very severe in my health, and now we are under a lot of pressure. My health suffered through the summer, and I ended up in a situation where I couldn’t do any hard work for nearly two months. I struggled mentally and physically. When I came back, I actually had to do the low-impact version of my own exercise program, because I wasn’t ready for more influence. It’s frustrating and frustrating, absolutely necessary. Now, four weeks later, I feel much better, but to be honest, it probably won’t be a few weeks back to normal. This is good, and can be expected after a long break.

I wrote these when I wrote to you: deal with setbacks; How to stay healthy and injured or ill?

The program I use is a combination of strength and HIIT, including functional training, pilates, flexibility, and so on. Five days a week, about 37 minutes a day. I didn’t do anything, I had to do the beginner’s revision first, and even missed some exercises. We all know that diet is very important for health and health, but in the past month, my birthday has been very leisurely, traveling a lot, and playing a lot of fun with my good friends. Still, I see the difference in my body (I don’t know the weight, I don’t call myself).

The bodies of the two people seen in these photos are better than the other, although I feel much better in the second picture. In addition, full disclosure; I try as much as possible in the two picture shows my clothes, case (no bending – completely relaxed, a month, at the same time, after breakfast, two pictures of the exercise and shower) and posture. However, these changes can easily be recreated by sucking the abdomen in 10 seconds. Bend in one photo, but not the other. I know that it’s easy to mislead before and after photos – it’s not something I’ve lost. And this is my experience.

Sometimes I impulsively share these more personal fluctuations and hiccups in my life, and sometimes I take action. I want to help normalize fluctuations that inevitably occur in our lives, our bodies and our fitness. Injuries, lack of motivation, illness, crazy busy life, pregnancy, depression, major life events – no lack of speed bumps in life. Our bodies and minds will be in constant flux. Sometimes for better, sometimes worse. I know it helps me to hear about other people’s self-acceptance and patience, so I want to at least try to do the same for our FB family. My main message is; Never panic. Try to be gentle with yourself and try not to beat yourself up in the face of challenges or try to change your life.

By the way – remember not to compare yourself to others. We all change at different speeds and don’t judge ourselves.


To be honest, I’d rather not focus on the results. Focus on work. Focus on showing and pushing your workouts. Focus on making the right food decisions for your health. Forgotten as the result, as long as focus on do best every day – know inevitably there will be some “day off” or fall day, then one day “results” can beat you on the face, because of your daily work, regardless of size.


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