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On/off gym goer by Oliver Brabblekore - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 02:09:58 EST ID:/dASpfxh No.95245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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waddup /ana/ i need a bit of advice. Started working out in 2018 and i was very committed for months but i find myself having trouble sticking to routine, like insanely difficult.

>no classes but nutrition is no issue

my operations job is very intense labor so i feel dead most of the time after work which can be a big turn off for the gym

am i bitching? how do you guys stick to routine?
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Clara Blatherfuck - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 15:10:33 EST ID:nE+fnQwj No.95246 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95245
I suggest working out before you work, just don't max out. That way it's like a double moderate workout when combined with a physical work day. I don't know how to work that into your weekly schedule, but I feel like if you go lift when you first wake up you'll be at the prime time to shred it up. FWIW, you're not alone in getting worn out outside of the gym. I used to work a pretty physical job and I felt nearly no motivation whatsoever to hit the weights.


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