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AbsoluteFIT with Lydia: Holding Back the Years 

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via – Lydia M., AVAC’s AbsoluteFIT Goddess


I’ve learned on my AbsoluteFIT journey that a setback is just temporary — deal with it and get back in the game. 

Know how you know you’re old?

You pull a muscle in your back, not while lifting or planking or doing push-ups in the AbsoluteFIT studio, but while washing your hair.

This happened to me, in fact — last week, two days after I turned 42. And it hurt SO MUCH (actual text I sent my husband, several days later when the pain still hadn’t receded at all: “it burns! it burrrrrrrrrrrnnnnnnns!”). So I’ve been out of the studio for few days (booooo!).

But! I rested the injury (although I did do several workouts on the stationary bike, for cardio fitness), and I got a massage at AVAC (it was awesome!), and I feel much better now — ready to get back to fitness (and healthier eating) after this long, lardy layoff; one thing I’ve learned on my AbsoluteFIT journey is that a setback is just temporary, and dealing with things like this is just part of the process, and not a reason to abandon my goals. Onward!

—Lydia M. 

Read more of Lydia’s AbsoluteFIT experiences here.


Author: stephdoty

Almaden Valley Athletic Club®

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