My injury prevents working out

I devote approximately 1 hour per day to working out.

My exercise sessions include a diversity of activities, including jumping rope, walking, cycling, abdominal crunches, lunges, squats plus weight-lifting.

I rarely skip a single day. Whether I’m fatigued, tied up or suffering from aching muscles, I take time out of the day to focus on physical fitness. I have worked out when I’ve had a fever, a headache or felt congested. Due to a very hectic schedule, I’ve completed workouts before the daylight is up plus well after the sun sets… Because I make fitness a priority, I feel strong plus healthy. I sometimes push my body past what is safe or healthy, last summer, I decided to renovate one of the home offices in my house. I tore out the old plaster plus lath walls plus ceilings plus took the room down to the bare boards. I installed new windows, new wiring plus added insulation. I then began to install new drywall on the ceiling. I am a lady in my mid-fifties, right around five feet tall plus about a hundred pounds. Handling the bulky, heavy sheets of drywall is difficult for me, and although I chop down the sheets, hauling them up the ladder plus screwing them to the ceiling was a challenge. I needed to use the top of my skull plus my left hand to hold the sheet in site while I operated the cordless drill with my right hand. The job was very painful however I refused to give up. That evening, I was in such bad pain that I could only lie completely flat on the sofa. I eventually figured out that I’d torn my trapezius muscle. The upper left side of my back swelled plus turned a sinister yellow color. For three weeks, I couldn’t get off the couch. I was unable to leave the home or clean my own hair. There was no opening to work out. When I could finally move around again, I was limited to riding the stationary bike with little resistance. I could only ride for fifteen minutes.
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