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2006/07/12 10:04:48 (permalink)

Sick after training....

Need some advice from you guys. Had a really good session last night (chest & bi's), felt fine afterwards. When I got home I felt all shaky and nearly threw up, had to send myself to bed. Obviously this has somethin to do with over trainin or lack of somethin, any ideas what tho?

My food consisted of...

Egg bagel for breakfast
Makrel
Tuna, cottage cheese and chopped toms with a jacket potato, banana
Also had 3 ECA tabs during the day
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    RE: Sick after training.... 2006/07/12 10:22:10 (permalink)
    Skahy and nearly threw up usually means not enough food pre workout. I get that on a legs day sometimes when cutting (infact a lot of the time)

    Looking at your diet it would explain why, you are eating nowhere near enough food mate - not even close. Even if you're cutting (dieting) you're eating far far too little.

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    RE: Sick after training.... 2006/07/12 10:34:47 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: wiffers

    Skahy and nearly threw up usually means not enough food pre workout. I get that on a legs day sometimes when cutting (infact a lot of the time)


    Yeah I thought as much, had a generally crap day eating yesterday. Too many meetings. Hated that feelin after trainin tho, especially as it felt like such a good workout....
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    RE: Sick after training.... 2006/07/12 11:04:03 (permalink)
    My food consisted of...

    Egg bagel for breakfast
    Makrel
    Tuna, cottage cheese and chopped toms with a jacket potato, banana
    Also had 3 ECA tabs during the day



    is that all you ate during the day before evening training? if so thats why, 3 eca would help either


    agreed with wiffers i get like that after legs somtimes aslo because they take so much energy, good PWO sorts me out though



    the other reason maybe badly cooked food?
    post edited by CK - 2006/07/12 11:05:08
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    RE: Sick after training.... 2006/07/12 11:13:09 (permalink)
    Yeah it was pretty ****e and I did have helluva session. Whats ya thought on this then guys. Managed to get myself into a rhythm now...

    7.00 Cardio
    8.00 2 eggs 2 whites, 50g oats in half milk half water
    11.00 125g mackerel. Nuts & raisins
    1.00 150-200g of chicken, 125g of rice, wholemeal or basmati, veg. 10ml flax.
    3.30 Tin of tuna, chopped tomatos, cottage cheese, serving of pasta
    6.00 Serving of creatine
    6.30 Gym
    7.30 2 scoops of whey
    8.30 150 -200g of chicken/steak , 125g of rice or sweet potato and veg, 10ml flax.
    11.00 1 scoop whey, 10ml flax. Cottage cheese.
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