The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    dead lifts and puke..

    I posted about how before when i did dead lifts i felt like puking well today i did em again except this time i DID Puke.. I can easily deadlift all the weight i have 130 ...( can bench it 5 times now, will be buying two 45 pound plates soon). Anyway i started with 105 to warm up and at the 8th rep i got an overwheling feeling that i had ot puke and i ran to the bathroom and i did and it was this yellow puke that burned my throat very badly some came out my nose. ANyway i felt better after i puked.. and i was able to finish my dead lifting just feeling a little woozy thats it...

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    Gee, thanks for that graphical description....damn fewl we don't wanna hear what it looks and feels like! Ok, now thats out of the way...

    How long before you trained did you eat? I'm guessing that because all of it was yellow and it burned then you had eaten at least 2 hours prior, making most of this stuff Hydrochloric Acid from your stomach. Thats why it burned bro... Hope this finds you feelin better by now.

    Oh, and great intensity by the way.

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    thats killer!
    Next week add 20 lbs since you could do this one easily!
    but bring the trashcan over by you...

    oh yea, this nausea should go away with more conditioning

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    Ewwwwwwwww! That was way too much information. Good to see you are taking a liking to the acest exercise!!!
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    @165- 680 SQ 380 BE 540 DL.....1555 total
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    COOL! .....you da man
    Eat Tuna!
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    Make sure your breathing good, and warm up good. I puked when I first started lifting agian, I think it was because I got too hot and wasn't breathing correctly.

    hope this helps.

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    join the club man, even experienced lifters spu, try squats for a sure fire stomach emptier.
    Keep it simple

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    I puked once after squats. But it was because I ate shortly before lifting, and I expected to work for 2 hours before my lift but turns out I wasn't scheduled to work, so I just went to the gym. Bad idea. I still feel that way after certain exercises... for some reason bent over dumbbell rows get me too.

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    Arnold said he used to do exercises unitl he puked ALL the time! He said he'd also faint now and again.

    I get queasy alot, but seem to be able to keep it down.

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    Crazy... the only time I've ever felt sick from lifting was when I hadn't eaten enough, didn't get enough sleep and did cardio before lifting. I feel sick every once in a while from hockey... but I think that has more to do with the twisting motion you go through while skating... my tummy doesn't always take to that well.
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    I get sick when I workout in the morning. My body is so used to working out later in the evening; it can't handle morning workouts.

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