Hope you were able to get answers from your doctor.
Both my sons and I have asthma and the symptoms are different for each of us, but for my eldest and I we have the hardest time doing cardio indoors even if using our inhaler 15 to 30 minuntes beforehand. At home where we can open windows during our workout it is easier. In spring his track team practices in a pressuredized building (don't know how to explain it other than it is like a tented airbubble with 2 sets of doors inwhich only one set can be open at a time or it causes a HUGE wind tunnel even on days without a breeze) he struggled so bad at first that it wasn't until they practiced at another gym that he realized it was the building not him. He has the same probems everytime he's there so the coaches have 2 alternative practices for him to limit his time.
So, if your gym has windows....can you open them or crack them open just a little bit and be the one next to them? and do you notice a difference from working out indoors vs. outdoors even with allergies?
Edited by: COLT2008 at: 10/19/2010 (15:02)
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