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Something's Missing!

Thursday, April 11, 2013

So in the attempt to let my blister heal, I decided to do insanity yesterday evening instead of skating outside. It was a pretty good workout, but I could tell my legs were tired from previous workouts. No big deal. My issue though, is that the last few weeks, whenever I do an intense workout like insanity or long distance outdoor skating, I feel miserable as soon as I stop. I feel fine during and I am in very good shape so it's not that. I feel like I am going to faint and puke. I've even been eating in the higher end of my calorie range the last few days. I was starting to think it may be a blood sugar type deal. But idkk..I just feel like there is SOMETHING I am missing maybe nutritionally?

On a different note, this morning was the hardest to wake up for my morning workout. I was very tired even though I went to bed at 9:30. But by mid workout, I felt energized again. I've been taking an AMazing Grass powder before my workouts and it really gives me energy.

Work started off kind of rocky. There is just so much to do that I get anxious sometimes and I really just need to focus and get one thing done at a time.

Speaking of focus, I need to get back to work. I'm taking the evening off from exercise. I've got a Cardio Axe and High & Tight video for the morning...one is cardio dance and the other is strength training with a resistance band. I also want to check out a new zumba studio tomorrow night!
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  • SKATER787
    "faint and puke." maybe over doing it a little?
    1337 days ago
  • RAINBOWCHOC
    how about the hormones?
    1337 days ago
  • BONOLICIOUS2
    hmmm I used to get that too - and I think I read somewhere once about it being related to Potassium? I could be wrong. But this was back when I was trying to run and I'd get that after a hard run and someone recommended eating bananas before a workout? As I always say - GOOGLE AND GOOD LUCK!
    1337 days ago
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