The thought of the treadmill almost stops me going to the gym.

If it’s going to take anywhere from a month to a year to get my left shoulder moving as it should, and I can only do Zumba/dance, and the treadmill, I will be screaming at the bloody machine. Yes, that’s a mild swear word in England, and it’s exactly how I feel.

On days I do the treadmill I manage about 30 minutes, before I get really frustrated. I can’t use the incline as it pulls on my shoulder so that’s out too. I come home and put Pandora on, dance, and sing at the top of my voice. It seems to help me, as I feel I am doing something I want to do.

I even went to the gym today for Zumba, and found out it was the wrong day, so here I am…….

Tomorrow is P.T. again, which are exercises I could already do, and don’t seem to be helping. Then Thursday my G.P., and Friday P.T. again.


  1. Can certainly relate! Been having similar problems with my right shoulder for months and nothing has seemed to help. The two worst challenges is trying to wash the left side of my body and do my hair. As for the treadmill, I listen to audio books.

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