Self Isolation Week 1: All Sorts Of Exercise

Yoga, Tai Chi, Tabata, Boxercise, Shadow Boxing, a 2 mile run in the garden, I couldn’t have done anymore forms of exercise this week. Yep, it’s week 1 of coronavirus lockdown and it’s been the hardest week of my life due to my anxiety, click here to read my previous blog.

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Living A Week With Anxiety

The days are so, so, long but I’ve already won half the battle. I can do this I know I can, I’m going to account my first week with anxiety and the battle I’ve been through to help those of you suffering, just like me. Big hugs, Dan.

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Anxiety: It’s All About The Feeling

There’s got to be plenty of people like me with Aspergers or High Functioning Autism who’ve had anxiety but only to a certain level. I used to get anxious but only to the extent that it made me nervous or shy, especially in social situations. This time it’s completely different. With all the coronavirus news, you may wondering what’s wrong with you, I certainly did, but I’m learning how to deal with my anxiety everyday. One thing I’m going to talk to you about is FEELING and how important it is to adapt your body to feeling.

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The Most MAGICAL Run Of My Life

Wow, that was the most MAGICAL experience of my life, from today my perspective of running has changed, pace, time, speed, it doesn’t matter, all that matters is you, the road and nature and of course, crossing that finishing line.

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The Biggest Mental Challenge Of My Life

Okay, this is difficult, this is really, really difficult, I’m talking coronavirus by the way. I’ve never experienced anxiety like this before, I got home on Tuesday and burst into tears, since then I’ve been really teary, today I started shaking and my palms got really sweaty, I decided to go and plank for 3 minutes that really, really helped. I’m just taking it one day at a time, one day after the other. I’m imagining I’m on mile 10 of the marathon and the finish line is nowhere in sight, I’ve still got miles to go, I just need to pace to myself.

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