This is top advice IMO, thanks.1. If you push your body beyond what is reasonable, it WILL shove you back to the voice of reason!
2. Always listen to what your body is telling you. If it is ignored, bad things can happen!
3. You know your body better than a fill in trainer. If you know something needs to change, speak up before you end up regretting it.
4. Get adequate sleep, the body will run out of fuel, putting you at risk for more significant injuries!
5. Follow a healthy eater no plan and your exercise regime will be easier.
6. Drink at least 1/2 of your body's weight worth in water. Even if you swim you still need hydration.
This is top advice IMO, thanks.
The only bit I'd question is the drinking bit; over what period of time are we speaking? Half my body weight is 40kg or 10 gallons.
No, it means that I am going to be more careful until after the ablation, and listen to my body. Abby is out on maternity leave, so I had Kim. I needed to speak up but I ended up in the ER instead! I will be doing my own workouts until Abby returns. I have saved a lot of them that Abby and I have done together; if I need to modify them for awhile I will! Atrial Fib is nothing to mess with. The new med they gave me had horrible side effects and the heart doc wanted me to stay on it through the weekend. I chose instead to stay home, realx and monitor my heart rate. I am still on Digoxin so everything should be fine until I call on Monday. If I start feeling worse I will call the on-call doc for a change in prescription!