When you don't like your ABS

When you don't like your ABS

It sounds like you're putting in a ton of effort, and that's commendable.

 Given your workout schedule and clean eating habits, it's understandable that you're frustrated with not seeing the results you desire. 

Sometimes, even seemingly healthy foods like beans can trigger digestive discomfort for some people. Have you tried keeping a diary to track which foods might be causing issues? It could be helpful to identify any patterns or triggers that might be contributing to your symptoms.

Additionally, overtraining and excessive exercise can strain the body, including the digestive system. While working out can be an excellent way to stay active, it is essential to listen to your body and give it the rest and recovery it needs.

It's time to give your body the rest and recovery it needs. I suggest you take a step back from your intense workout schedule and incorporate activities like yoga, stretching, or low-impact exercises. These can still keep you active while allowing your body to recuperate from the high-intensity workouts.

For mental health, it's crucial to prioritize self-care and seek support from professionals if needed. Remember that your physical appearance or fitness level does not determine your worth. Taking care of your mental well-being is as important as your physical health.

Overall, I encourage you to approach your fitness journey with patience and compassion for yourself. It's okay to take a step back, reassess your approach, and prioritize your health and well-being. You deserve to feel good both physically and mentally, and I'm here to support you every step of the way.


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