Female & male chemistry can have an effect on how you are feeling after a workout!
According to common sense and science, physical activity is good for you. With so many studies and opinions about the best type of exercise, it can be confusing. The bottom line is you have to pick what works for you.
It is a common fallacy that soreness after a workout means that you have had a good workout. Some soreness is expected, especially if you haven’t used muscles in a while. But, if you are overly sore and tired after working out, you might need to take it down a notch or even choose a different mode of exercise.
Have you ever felt like you were stuck at the bottom of a pit, thinking how am I going to do this? How will I get myself up and out? If you have never achieved a pull up, or not done one in a long time, you can probably relate to this feeling.
My typical trip from the car to the front door: My backpack is slung over my right shoulder, gym bag on the same side, door key in right hand, holding my computer bag, lunch bag, and water bottle in left hand. Stepping on front step, I reach the front door to put the key in, reach for the handle and the backpack slides off my shoulder. The door flies open as I stumble in and drop the gym bag on the dog. Anyone else try this?