Depressed for no good reason

When I was young I could have sworn we healed overnight. In contrast I'm stronger and much more agile than I was back then, but so easy to break and so long to heal. The lack of activity is eating at me. I'm doing katas standing up just to remember and working out at the gym has taken on a new level of non activity. Walking on the treadmill for 20 minutes just doesn't give me the same umph.

Be patient....


Patrick Parker said…
I was just this afternoon doing a little stretching and thinking to myself, "Wow, I could really do a lot better than that a year or two ago."
[Mat] said…
I know the feeling. I've spent a year that way. Considered dropping all martial arts activities alltogether. When the body doesn't react a good way, training is .. unfulfilling.

Riding a bicycle was the hardest activity I could do. Wow, the strain...

It does suck. But it's temporary. Cheer up!
Potatoe Fist said…
I think the problem is that I can soak up one on-going problem fairly well, but with adding another I don't seem to have the reserves necessary to keep a cheery outlook.
[Mat] said…
Fun part is when it comes back.

It all comes back. The fun and all.


but i know... it sucks.

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