So anyone else consistently thrown off track of working out and eating healthy as a result of stress? Especially relationship and emotional stress? I am normally a night owl but force myself to go to bed by ten or so each night so I can get up and workout. Yet on nights like tonight when I am thrown a curveball by people I care about, I can't sleep, I worry, etc. and then I end up not having the energy, etc the next day or two to workout and take care of myself. I know I shouldn't let other people's actions effect me or side track me but that is easier said than done. Just feeling very frustrated.
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Make the gym you're go to place when you feel stressed. Sweat out the stress and treat it like a place you want to get to. If you don't get the sleep in night then plan an hour long nap after your gym session or some other time in the day. Workout with whatever energy you do have and soon you'll feel like there's not much lack of energy once you start working out. Our bodies are stronger than we think. It's all about the right frame of mind! Hope this helps :)
Try mindfulness to learn how to not stress and worry so much.
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Hey Angela, I don't have any suggestions about how to prevent life from getting in the way of exercising. I have the same problem as you and very few things help me get beyond it except maybe walking. Usually i just chalk it up to a bad day and start fresh the next day. Also, if someone constantly causes problems in your life, you may want to find more positive/less drama friends who lift you, not bring you down.
Yep, I know how this goes, I'm in the middle of a separation, and the games that go with it. All I can say is to keep your focus on being you, and stay true to that, who your are will always cone out, so why hide it? Do the things that you do, and attract the relationship rather than be attracted to a relationship. I'm done being who someone else wants me to be, ima be me, and pursue the things I've set my heart on, and if someone is chasing the same things, they are welcome to join in.