Steph L.'s Profile
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I used to train 3 times a week before work. I was a salesclerk in a big store, and among my task were to fill in a huge wall of shoes, which turned out to be ' going up and down the stairs' training a daily thing. Basically, I trained 1h30 3 times a week, and then I walked, carried heavy loads, and used my body for another 8 hours, 5 days a week. At some point, I noticed I could not run on the machines any more; I had taken a habit of running 10 minutes, and had gotten pretty good at it, meaning that I was comfortable doing it, yet feeling the effort. I also had some muscle training afterwards, with weighs and other machines. Then, something happened: I couldn't run more than 2 minutes without feeling atrociously nauseous, and it got very, very hard. Even the weighs were hard. I didn't worry at first, I was healthy and had bad days. But it when on for a long time. I talked with a friend of mine, who was in sports a lot, who said my boby simply was choosing between the cardio and the muscling, because I was overdoing it.
It's Not Too Late to Resolve to Work Out… Less? The New York Times
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