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Training whilst unwell

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Imagyer a long break from training, I’m finally back and loving it, so it’s just my luck that I come down with a cold.
My head is saying taking a few days off, rest and recover then get back on it, however I’m worried that a few days off my new regime will mean I fond it difficult to go back, and I’ll also be feeling lazy.
Am I best to train through my cold?



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If I have a cold I usually work the bag and bleach wipe it down after so I’m not sharing too much with everyone.



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Hi (other) Lucy :)

I usually train with a cold since I find that after a warm up my sinus' clear and I'm fine. I usually feel a lot better.

Although if it's the first few days of a cold, and I feel really gross, I'd probably skip it. 

Like NewThai says though, you might spread the virus, so I'd make sure I'm not going to sneeze on anyone. ;-)

Feel better soon!


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