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    Yesterday was my workout day and it felt great left me tired and sore. But today i feel renewed and re-energized and i find myself keep wandering towards the garage wanting to workout again. I have been doin a workout plan of tuesday, thursday, and saturday of weights and sprinting sundays but i find myself here in the middle of the week like i have the last couple weeks wanting to do more. I know i give my workouts 110% and i look forward to getting to do them (even though the routine i'm on seems pretty boring it's a blast for me) I always mix it up and try to challenge myself so far i have ran out of plates for my bar and i don't have heavy enough free weights cause i keep going up and up and up every week. But here i am again on my recovery day feeling like a couch potatoe cause i got the energy to workout. I just need to promise myself to be lazier on my lazy days and lift harder on my lift days and run faster on my sprint days. It just don't feel like i'm doin nothing cause i feel like i'm already recoverd from yesterday. So i guess i'll suck it up and go lounge around on the sofa.

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    Go for a walk! Moving slowly is the foundation of Primal fitness anyway, so take some of that energy and go outside instead of sitting on the couch. It's awesome that your lifting and sprinting days are going so well, now you just need to do some slow stuff
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    It's isn't laziness...it's "active recovery".

    At least that's what I tell myself when I'm being lazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hannahc View Post
    Go for a walk! Moving slowly is the foundation of Primal fitness anyway, so take some of that energy and go outside instead of sitting on the couch. It's awesome that your lifting and sprinting days are going so well, now you just need to do some slow stuff
    +1, you could also go outside and play or ride a bike.
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    i walk on average anywhere from 5 to 10 miles daily at work 6 days a week, i'm pretty sure i got moving slowly covered too. I do like what
    TriCiCi said though about active recovery thats what i'm gonna start calling being lazy. on that note i'm gonna go take a nap before work.

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    That's true about the 'active recovery' comment.

    I think PRE-PB, we were 'carb lazy'. Now, I have so much energy, I find, that being "PB-Lazy" is really my body telling me it's just tired and needs a small break!

    You're not being lazy!

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