Posted On:3/15/2004 12:48pm
For the past 8 weeks now I've been working out 3 days a week. Afterwards I feel like crap. It seems that if I move the slightest bit then I need to throw up. At first it started near the end of the workout, but not it's right after the workout. Here's what I do.
on each day MWF, We do 8-10 different lifts. Roughly 3/4 of the lifts are 3 sets of 12/10/8 reps with increasing weight on each of the sets in such a way that you have to have a spot on the last 2 or so. The other 1/4 of the lifts are 3 sets of 12 at a weight that I struggle with the last 4 or so of the third set.
The entire workout takes us a total of 50mins to an hour.
I'm not out of shape. I can hardcore wrestle for 2.5 - 3 hours. I can go run 7 miles non-stop . I can train/spar non-stop for a hour and half and be fine. After any of those I can be physically tired, but I don't throw up and don't feel like I"m going to throw up if I move the slightest bit. After working out if I don't lay down for 10-20 mins I will throw-up.
I believe that it's the amount of time that I do my workout in, but I'm not exactly sure.
Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated.
Posted On:3/15/2004 12:57pm
Style: jits with hits
When I swam, we were expected to push ourselves so hard that we vomited. My coach called it "turning yourself inside out". When I rowed, if you didn't get nauseous after a workout, you weren't going hard enough.
If you think there's something wrong, you should still see a doctor, but throwing up from pushing yourself really hard is nothing unusual.
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Posted On:3/15/2004 12:59pm
Sounds like a sugar problem to me. Either you are not eating enough before your work out or you are having an abnormal drop in blood sugar at some point during your workout.
You might try drinking a carbohydrate supplement before and during your workout. Then a really good source of protein immediately afterward.
Posted On:3/15/2004 1:13pm
Interesting advice, Chudo. It was never possible to eat during a workout before, but now that I'm training on my own I'm going to see if it helps.
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Posted On:3/15/2004 4:24pm
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Posted On:3/15/2004 4:33pm
bunnyip, Yeah, I know that vomiting after an intense workout isn't unusual, but usually after a week or so that goes away.
Thanks Chudo, I'll try that the next few weeks
Posted On:3/17/2004 1:50pm
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Posted On:3/17/2004 1:56pm
Style: Street Yoga
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Posted On:3/17/2004 1:57pm
Style: Canadian Shidokan
The intensity of the workout may have BEEN too much in the beginning, but you should have gotten "use to it".
I think Chudo may be right, try a carb rich drink before the workout, about 30-45 min before, it could also be you need more water, maybe during the workout.
Remember, cardio stamina and Strength stamina are totally different.
Also just beacuse you can run 7 miles doesn't mean anything, its HOW fast you ran those 7 miles that dictate the intensity.
I have noticed that alot of guys that comes from more "cardio" based training methods have similar reactions when they "up" the intensity.
Posted On:3/17/2004 1:58pm
Also, realise that, IF you are wrestling for 2 hours, it is NOT that intense.
Intense is wrestling for 40 min till you puke.
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