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SIMONEKP Posts: 2,560
8/12/13 6:14 P

you are working at too high an intensity for your fitness level or you exercised too quickly after eating or didn't eat prior to, those are 3 common reasons why you would feel nauseated.

MEGAPEEJ Posts: 732
8/12/13 4:48 P

What Unident said.

Also, when do you eat in relation to exercising? If I try to exercise on an empty stomach, I feel like I have to go easy or I'll throw up - others have the opposite issue if they eat within a couple hours before exercising.

Listen to your body. Exercising to the point of nausea is not a good idea.

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
8/12/13 4:39 P

You should scale it back from the start. There's really no point in working out till you feel sick at all.

Bring it back, do it at a high enough intensity that you are "working hard", but not THAT hard. :)

OAKDALE41 Posts: 949
8/12/13 3:23 P

I seem to be hitting my maximum capacity when I do high intensity dvd's really fast. About 10-15 mins into the workout I feel like I am going to throw up. I stop the workout and wait for the nausea to subside and catch my breath and then I continue at a modified pace for the rest of the workout.

I am mixing the workouts up so I do easier workouts on alternate days and these harder workouts two to three times a week.

How often should I be doing the HIIT workouts if I am hitting my maximum so fast? Should i be waiting until I am in better shape?


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