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Regaining my health and fitness
After pneumonia


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#1 gabbigirl

Posted 27 December 2012 - 08:17 PM

Just before Christmas I got pneumonia, plus a whole lot of hormone issues.  Great timing, hey. Anyways I am starting to feel not so sick now but I am exhausted, so so exhausted.  I need to get my health and fitness back, and I don't really know where to start.  I bought a treadmill which I used a total of four times before getting sick, and now I am nervous to get back on it so need to build my confidence up with that as well.  Who would I go and see...a gp, a dietician? A personal trainer.  I am just a little nervous and want to make sure I get  well again, I have two toddlers to look after! Any ideas appreciated.

TIA

#2 Grrrumbles

Posted 27 December 2012 - 09:18 PM

I had a bad year with recurrent illnesses and am needing to get back into exercise to improve my health. I am seeing an exercise physiologist. Higher qualifications than a personal trainer. Mine is part of a physio practice.

#3 WinterDancesHere

Posted 27 December 2012 - 10:40 PM

Similar situation here. I was hospitalised with pneumonia twice this year and have had a few health issues as well.

I suggest just starting gently. I don't know how bad you were, but I felt awful for at least two months after I was "okay". Tired, like I couldn't get enough air etc.

I am starting with diet. My doctors surgery has a diet clinic run a nurse. Start with GP and go from there.

#4 CharlesWLewis

Posted 01 January 2013 - 03:56 PM

In my opinion you should hire a personal trainer for you.He will guide you for properly to gain your fitness in a proper and appropriate way!!!!




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