6 Times When You Really Need to Skip Workout
You have your workout schedule all settled, you exercise hard to achieve your goals, but even you sometimes hesitate whether or not you should workout today. Relax, we’re all just people, and it’s okay to be a little bit (but just a little bit!) lazy. After hesitating for a while, you end up pushing yourself in 90% and feeling great after an exercise. But there are some situations when you really need to refuse your training sessions. Of course, you should always follow your doctor's advice first, but here are 6 reasons it's actually smart to skip workout:
- You’re sleep deprived.
- You might be injured.
- You’re sick.
- You just had a treatment at the dermatologist.
- You’re really sunburnt.
- You just got a spray tan.
More information about serious reasons to skip a workout here.
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