I despise complaining. That's why writing this is difficult; because all I have to say is how badly my joints are hurting. But I realized that I not only need to write about the good going on during my training, but the bad too.
So here it goes. My knees feel like they are going to give out any minute and my ankles feel like they are going to break. I am dying to get out and do something, so what training I've done so far won't be completely wasted; but even walking is too painful right now. The reason for my muscle and joint pain is all from my lovely steroids that I am trying to slowly ween off. I should have been done with these things over a year ago when I finished chemo!
Thankfully, I am now pretty certain that I didn't actually hurt my knee. And that doing physical activity won't actually harm it, just hurt. But if this pain doesn't go away soon, I don't think I can handle not training. I might just have to suck it up and go!
So now that I have written about my aches and pains, it's time to train and focus on the good and how I can still train instead of focusing on what I can't do at the momment.