I'm a new nurse!!
I passed my RN boards this March and I got a full time job at a nursing home.
Last friday was my first day of orientation.
I wanted to get back into my workout schedule in the months I wasn't working (which i did). I usually run 3mi/day but now that im working, i feel that running prob isn't good for my feet/legs because they're already tired from my shift today.
When I came home, I rested for about 45min before i ran.
Is running a good or bad workout to do as a nurse who is on her feet 98% of the time?
Do you know of any good workouts? Now that I think about it I guess upper body, resistance training would be good, prob crunches, planks, pull-ups/push-ups. things that keep me on my feet only for a bit..
But if y'all have any other tips im open to it! thanks