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Postby Rebecca » Fri Oct 12, 2007 3:44 pm

Oh, the joys of being a woman!
Well, I can feel TTOM approaching and I am TERRIBLE during my period.. not with food too much, mostly exercise.

Does anyone change up what that they do during that oh so special time? I just can never bring myself to running and sweating hard at the gym for at least the first 2 days. I know I shouldn't, and that exercise is meant to do wonders for cramps etc, but I think it is the year 10 girl in me... remember PE anyone? Seems like every week all the girls had their periods, male teachers never questioned it hahah
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Postby Lush Gal » Fri Oct 12, 2007 3:52 pm

Try doing some gentle exercise. It's better than nothing and you won't have the gross sweaty feeling - I know what you mean about that, you feel icky enough without adding workout sweat!

I like to take a slow walk or just do some stretches.

And hey, don't be too hard on yourself - two days a month of exercise won't hurt your programme too much! Why not use the time you'd normally spend at the gym giving yourself a pedicure or soaking in the bathtub?
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 3:56 pm

hey rebecca

i used to love p.e! and i was never the last in my class because i always gave it a go. shocked the hell out of me and my mates because they would forge notes and have to sit and write lines the whole time LOL

but i agree with lush gal, 2 days out of the month having a rest from exercise wont hurt and it will give your body that rest it needs. the last thing i think of doing when i am bloated up, cranky, irritable and have a face full of pimples is hit the pavements for a walk lol.

maybe you can do something relaxing like yoga during ttotm, it will keep your body supple and it will make you feel good too :)
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