So I went to work out today - I had a pretty good workout with my trainer Thursday, hadn't worked out before that since Sat. My normal routine is 6 days per week, 3 days heavy cardio, 3 days lifting. Today I went back to start my routine again - doing some lifting. I ate really well today and have found the following: 1) My lifting sucked. I have been doing my best lifting with a trainer, but decided I would just copy what I have learned from him. I did chest and tris - and found that I sucked at the chest. I couldn't lift much (not that I ever can) and still have a bad problem feeling it. My shoulders seem to take it more than anything. 2) I was excited to get there, but once I started, I had to srsly motivate to keep going. That was tough. And I think it resulted in not getting as good as normal of a workout. 3) I didn't push myself on the light cardio I normally do at the end. I did 10 min on the treadmill, but it was lackluster and just didn't do much. I have been working out very diligently since Nov 1 - this is the first time I've felt this way. I assume that this is the first wall. What do I do to get through it? I assume continue on my routine and just build up again. What about you all? What do you do when you hit a wall?