But here's what I realized in these two weeks after spending much of my week on running and workout previously.
|Taking a "break"|
This could probably be due to the extra times that I have and how my body reacted without any need to exercise or to push myself.
For the last two weeks, I couldn't really find myself to do other stuff after a long day of work. Of course, the heavy workload could be the reason but I tend to "switch off" when I got everything done without my exercise.
Tired and sluggish
I think the two goes hand-in-hand. I felt tired easily without any form of exercise. Sluggish that's for sure. Of course, I don't feel the sore like I did after I did some extreme workout but my body feels a lot slower.
Poor choice of diet
Instead of thinking "healthy", I was thinking like a busy man who always claim not to have time for exercise or to think about a good diet. I have been eating a lot of fast food during this period because it's fast and easy.
Probably the fact that I didn't hit the gym or workout, I don't feel so much of the need to maintain a good diet.
Bad at handling stress
I think this is one very important part that I've learned. During this time when I got certain issues, I became more agitated easier. Probably there isn't a room for me to destress and let things go, unlike when I was exercising.
The stress also linked to how I handle my emotion.
Doesn't feel so good about myself
Without the exercise, I don't have the "feel good factor". I'm not sure if it's what some people called as dopamine. But I'm not as confident as when I was in my exercise routine.