There is no desire to exercise anymore because of a medical condition

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Due to the aggravation of an illness I am suffering from - I stopped exercising. I've been training for 3 years in a row - but I haven't been exercising for a year.

I just feel like I have no more desire to train.

Is there anyone who has a physical problem in the legs - and is he exercising?

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  • Posted

    What is the problem with your legs?

    • Posted

      Why do people post asking a question and then don't bothered to respond to the answers that people take the time to do

    • Posted

      Good question!The only thing I can think of is that some people don't look at their messages/email right away. Just a "thanks" would do.

    • Posted

      Abs but I have answered loads who for whatever reason don't reply, perhaps its me 😂

      Maybe I shouldn't answer them, happy Christmas 🤶

    • Posted

      No no no it's not you. Don't stop answering even if some don't reply because devsmom enjoys your answers and others probably also do. We all can learn from each other. Seasons greetings to you too.

    • Posted

      That's lovely of you to post that, thank you so much and I hope you are well and will also have a fantastic Christmas and 2020, we're did 2019 go 😂

      This is a great site especially for those struggling with any health issues so it's great to be able to try and give a little back as you do, take care of yourself and God bless

  • Posted

    Sounds like a motivation problem rather than a physical problem. You very well may not be able to do the exercise routine that you did in the past but you can do something. A few years ago when I was in a leg cast I found an exercise routine on line that was very good. It was posted by someone who was bed bound. I can't remember the site and I don't want to take the time to look for it because you can do that if you are interested. Good luck with your recovery.

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