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KIMCASA Posts: 3
1/18/11 4:55 P

I have this same issue too, and I am training with a personal trainer, he said it is just working the area and jarring everything that causes the nausea. Not sure for you but he swears it will go away.

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9/10/10 8:55 P

Just wondering if anyone has experienced this or if the coaches have some ideas.

When doing core exercises such as crunches on the ball, bridge-ups and bicycle crunches, I start getting nauseous about the 7th or 8th rep. I'm not doing them right after a meal, so a full stomach isn't the culprit.

Suggestions or ideas would be helpful.

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