Here’s the message:
WHEN TO REST AND WHEN TO PUSH
Life’s melody plays in rhythms of rest and motion. As we cross the threshold of 40, mastering the art of harmonizing relaxation and action becomes an essential skill, even more so with the onset of more aches and pains and conditions that affect your knees, wrists, back and hips.
When it comes to those inevitable aches and pains, it’s not about demonstrating strength by powering through intense workouts. Instead, it’s about tuning into your body’s signals, acknowledging the whispers of discomfort, and responding with kindness. Recognize that embracing your limits isn’t a surrender; but either is believing your stories and excuses which render you frozen and never moving forward.
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