Just joined, feeling a little lame...anyone else feel this way?
@anarchyfaith This is 100% normal at the beginning. If you were great at each workout at the beginning then that would mean we aren't doing our job -- these workouts are designed to make you do movements that your body is not used to. So yes, it will be tough at first. The most important part is not to let that discourage you and stick with it.
Don't worry! It gets better! You should be proud of yourself for starting on this journey! Be gentle with yourself. You will get better each day. I just started on Daily Burn too. I am using the True Beginner program. I started out a mess and now on Day 11, my endurance, strength, and stamina has grown. It happened little by little each day. Now I can climb the stairs to my 4th floor apartment without feeling overly winded. I can breathe and sleep better too.
Try starting with True Beginner and know that each workout that you do will bring you closer to your goal. Baby steps. All the best.
Trust me, most of us probably feel the same way. I have trouble finishing the workouts and keeping up. The most important thing to do is to keep it up. Everyday you will notice yourself getting a little stronger. Any thing you are able to do is better than doing nothing. It's like learning anything new. Cut yourself some slack and be proud of yourself for working on making you the best you! By the end of 90 days you are going to feel like a pro.
I really enjoy the beginner program because you do get to see a variety of people in all stages of their fitness levels. Maybe try starting a little lower? Either way totally normal, I am on beginner stage and feel it everyday but that's the point! Don't be discouraged we all have to start somewhere.
DOn't feel lame!!! It will take time to get used to things... and we all feel funky when we are first starting. But you can do it. Just stick with it, at your pace! You will get stronger and more confident at it!
I recently had a baby and I do feel the same way I just try and keep up, and try and beat the number of reps I've done previously. don't get discouraged just keep it up. and for the exercises I can't really do I try to do a modified version
About five years ago, I was able to be a lot more active, and constantly push myself to be better. But, I have sustained a lot of ongoing back injuries that really hamper my ability to workout. So, I just switched to the True Beginner program because I had to come to the conclusion, that I could hardly finish any of the regular workouts yet, and my back almost always ended up hurting. So, I am using the True Beginner as a warm up. And I feel WAY better about myself because, I can actually push myself with those workouts; building up my stamina and my confidence.
Yeah, I do. I guess you have to be patient with yourself. The thing is the people in workout videos are physically fit people. Me not so much, so it's difficult to keep pace no matter how hard I try. Also, I'm not very coordinated, so moves requiring arms and legs to work unison, throw me for a loop. It is frustrating when I have to take more breaks than whatever is prescribed in the video, The way I see it, I'll get there eventually if I keep trying and so will you if you keep at it. :)
Never feel lame .... It would be lame not to attempt the class
So you don't finish a set or you can't finish a class
as long as you are sweating and breathing hard you are doing what you need to
I was feeling the same way (still do, a bit), but then I started using the pause and rewind buttons. I watch the demonstration of the exercise, pause the video, make sure that I'm doing it correctly, then practice at my own pace. Then I click play again. I use the rewind to re-watch the demonstrations.
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