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  1. CaptShady is offline
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    What about the feeling like you have a high fever after a workout?
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    DRD made a good point on #2. I had the same issue until I got the breathing right.
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    3/17/2004 3:36pm


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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Thanks for the input guys.

    Ronin,

    I run those miles in about 35 mins.
    I dont' really drink any water through the workout, I"ll do that more during the upcoming workouts.

    DRD
    I'll aslo make sure my breathing is right, but from those I asked my breathing is fine.



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    Thanks for the info, that helps.
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    Originally posted by Gruzzen
    Thanks for the input guys.

    Ronin,

    I run those miles in about 35 mins.
    Are you an olympic class runner? Being able to run 7 miles in 35 minutes is, uh, unusual.
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    7 miles in 35 minutes...... averaging 5 minutes per mile over 7 miles, is bordering on superhuman.

    Back to the point though. Also recognize that protein intake is important in all phases of recovery. You should experiement with protein increase. Perhaps if your body recovers more between workouts, it'll be better prepared for the next workout.
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    3/18/2004 3:31am


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    I can hardcore wrestle for 2.5 - 3 hours.
    I rolled for 30-40 minutes straight a few weeks back and at the end I could not walk straight, was shaking uncontrollably, and could only walk up stairs extremely slowly - and couldn't hear out of my left ear. But that was due to my partner crushing my head against the floor with his body weight for about 3 minutes. If you wrestle intensely for 2.5 hours, I nominate you for fittest man in the world. I'm not that out of shape either- I can run 5km non stop.
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    3/18/2004 10:46am


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    ack. sorry guys, your right...One of my biggest flaws is I exaggerate a bit. It's something I've been working on, and it comes natural for some reason. Therapists says its from my childhood and the way I was "brought up". I don't even notice it sometimes, and I have to make a noticed effort to keep from doing it.

    I don't run 7 miles in 35 mins. but, according to my GPS after I run, I'm getting 6-8 mph average over the 7 miles.

    Hardcore is different for everyone. I guess I consider hardcore including all warmups. But you guys are right, we go intensly for about 30-40mins during the 2.5 hours.

    Just point out the exageratting, and I'll keep it in check.

    Gruzzen
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    Whooooa. Dude I know exactly what you mean. The same thing happened to me a couple of months ago. After a weights workout at the gym for and hour I felt like ****. My head was spinning like a top, I felt strong waves of nausea, I felt that if I moved I was going to pass out or throw up.And I wasn't training that hard either.

    I went to my family doctor. He said it was a virus. Went to a couple of other doctors after that one said it was hypothermia,another guys said it was hyperventillation. ANyway after a run one night I felt so bad I got into the car and went to the hospital. The doctor said it was just low blood sugar level and that I was pushing myself too hard. Went back to my family doctor who reffered me to a heart specialist and said make sure you have sufficient carbohydrates before you exercise and that I was pushing myself too hard.

    Basically thats it. If you feel really bad after you have a workout it means you've pushed yourself too hard or your body chewed through its sugar supply.I'd say between weights a wrestling your doing too much. Juts gotta slow down and take it easy and keep up ypur water intake when exercising.Take some time off then ease your way back into it. Based on what the doctors told me its nothing fatal, just your bodys way of telling you to slow down. But hey, see your doctor.
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    Yeah, I've been through those days where you train and you start getting dizzy and feeling lightheaded. I think it was because I wasn't eating enough and not getting enough carbs. You can't drive your car on empty and expect it to perform well.
    Another thing you might want to consider is that you may be overworking the same muscles during those MWF workouts. If you are working the same muscle groups on each of those days then you are probably just straining them too much and not letting them get enough recovery time. I'm not an expert on the subject, but from what I've learned, if you're lifting 3 times a week, you should spend one day on chest and triceps, one day on back and biceps, and another day on legs and your midsection. I know there are a lot more muscles to work out, but those are the main ones to pair up on the same day, and keep separate from the other ones.
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