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Hyperbolic Stretching

by Jerome Princy (2020-03-02)

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As a result I have started Hyperbolic Stretching Review and restarted down that road to fitness on many occasions. Throughout periods of my life I have been able to get to the gym on a regular basis and then go home to a healthy meal. And when I returned to the gym, the program I followed was the same one I learned as a younger person. Start out on a treadmill, just to get used to physical activity again as well as the 'feel' of being in the club. Then the next week would find me in the weight room. And there it was, that 5 pound weight. I always start using the 5 pound weights just to get accustomed to the motions of my routine; and to reacquaint myself with the weight room. Then as the weeks pass, I gradually increase the load. But then life gets in the way. Either my competitive nature pushes me to go too hard too fast and I get in injury. Or the demands of work and family put me into a different routine. The result is a prolonged absence from my fitness regimen. The longer I'm away from it, the tougher it is to get back to it. That 5 pound weight just sitting there in the weight room. Just getting back to lifting that 5 pound weight is a challenge. I have to overcome the obstacles that got me out of my routine in the first place. And I have to overcome the thought that I have to start all over again with that 5 pound weight-especially when only months before I was lifting 20 times that amount. And that is probably the toughest part.Just recently I've been thinking about getting back to the gym-again. I always tell my family that the process is more mental than physical. That darn 5 pound weight. To help reorient my thinking about it, I've started reading inspirational quotes and affirmations.'

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