rollo Posted August 6, 2014 Share Posted August 6, 2014 a quick bit of necessary background...i have congenital hip dysplasia that gave me hip arthritis at a very early age. i've been doing a lot of cardio lately and am loving the fact that 2 years after a hip replacement, i'm dancing up a storm. Today: 9 am - Meal 1 1 pm - Meal 2 5-6 pm - Weights 7:30 - 8:30 pm - Cardio dance class After class, I found myself feeling achy. My hips - both the fixed one and the one that will still need a surgery one day - were hurting me. This bummed me a lot. The idea that I'd always be in pain, even after surgery and 2 years of recovery...plus, the idea that I may get bad again and not be able to move like I've been lately.....it was super depressing. I let the stress and negative emotions get to me, and ended up eating badly. (and i don't mean using canola oil instead of coconut oil) Here's the thing....now that I've eaten badly and flooded my body with sugar and all that other crap, I don't feel as achy and in pain as I was before. So, I'm wondering was the pain somehow related to W30? Not that I think that the program failed me, I mean, did I somehow fail the program that led to aches and pains in my body (maybe even the negative emotions as well), that I could've avoided?? Any thoughts / suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks! Rollo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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