Sunday, July 20, 2014

Exercise Plan Update

When I sat down and actually began to draw up my ideas for a workout plan, I realized that I could not feel comfortable with it without more research and qualification. I have ideas and tips that I know work for me, but I want to create something that works well in general for all sorts of different people in chronic pain. Because if it's not useful, then what was the point anyway?

In my search for education and knowledge, I have found a couple online programs for exercise science and personal training. I am not going to go so far as to get certified (as that is a luxury at this point). However, I am taking the time to read the books and do the assignments and learn how to design a fitness program. I am truly excited to see what I will be able to produce once I complete this. 

In the meantime, I will add a couple different posts to this site, and will continue to work on developing a three-tiered, free fitness plan for people in chronic pain. 

Thank you everyone for your feedback and support!--Bedhead 


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I want to be happy. And this site is about that chance. How to strive to thrive in the body I've got and maybe turn my experiences into something worthwhile.

This site aims to help educate and reach out to people all over that struggle with pain or illness. To try and make something helpful. I work as a medical research writer, my background is in neuropsychology and biology, and I want to share what I learn in a way that is easy to understand. I am not a doctor. I'm definitely not your doctor. I am just some lady who wants to make someone's (anyone's) life a little bit better. Whether you have endometriosis, a chronic injury, a struggling friend, or just want to learn something new, I hope to make a place that has what you are looking for.

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