This week will be different since I can’t do much until Saturday and that is only if my knee is totally ready.
I will do 3 days of upper body strength/weights
Exciting! But that’s all I can do per doc’s orders.
In addition, I will keep a close eye on my water intake, 10-12 glasses a day, keep up with my food journal and choose healthy food options.
What are your goals for the week?
1. not to freeze solid
2. keep up my modified exercise routine until my knee heels
3. stop yielding to junk food urges
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My goal is to get back on track with eating and exercise after an entire week somewhat off track due to the flu. And stay calm!
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Sounds like you are on track. The cortisone should reduce the inflammation..Did anybody determine the cause of the problem? I also have an inflammed right knee and it was caused by three things: downhill running, tight- weakness in the hips area, and my running shoes..maybe not similiar to why you are injured. Usually pain in the knee is indicative of tightness in the hips. Here is a good article to read: https://teampursuitfitness.homestead.com/articles/running_better_a_guide.pdf
Nice job, having the goals and sticking to them as much as you can. I decided to get on the stick this week, and I hope I can sustain it for awhile, but I’m not going to beat myself up.
My main goals are to get in a 15-20 minute workout at least once a day on the trampoline, as I’ve already set up my meals ahead of time. But I haven’t stuck to my every 3 hours goal yet, and I forgot to take my medication yesterday until after midnight (supposed to take all of it twice a day; oops). But I was back on track today.
Good luck keeping it going.
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Great goals everyone. Thanks so much for taking the time to stay accountable. And I truly appreciate the kind words from you all.
Rachel: Thank you for sharing the link. I’ll be sure to read that.