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Does Anyone Know What's Going on?


#1

Ive been eating right for quite sometime now, and im in the gym 6 days a week. I feel like crap bloted and tired all the time, had blood work done im 100% good that way. i didnt feel this way when i ate junk and didnt work out, someone help might anyone know whats going on, has anyone had this?


#2

Could be a food intolerance issue? Are you consuming any particular foods in high amounts- possibly wheat or lactose? What would a typical day's diet look like?


#3

you could be a tad over trained.


#4

You could be under-recovering (because i hate 'overtraining but thats another rant) are you sleeping well? when did you last deload?

Also watermelon has a point, when i started drinking ground oat daily i had this, something just didnt agree with me.


#5

Maybe you didn't post nearly enough information for anyone to give even an educated guess at your issue?


#6

What the hell.

Is this "guess my ailment"? Who gets to host the show?

I really think we should shout out more random guesses instead of asking for more info from the poster.


#7

Ssh... we're trying to sound important.

If we determine he needs a tooth pulled, we will page you, good sir.

Until then, we will start treatment for lupus. I'm going in rectally.


#8

Aren't people kinda already?? lol...someone's already talking about drinking ground oats.


#9

Grinding your oats in a blender is 267% more anabolic than chewing them.


#10

Yea, but given a thorough read over of the OP, you'll realize that the OP most definitely has an avenin allergy...so oats are a no go. Plus, dry oats will only aggravate his hemorrhoids.


#11

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#12

If you truly have cut out all the junk, try having some more sugar around your workout.

I'm not a big sweets fan and sometimes i get groggy and lazy, then i have a sugary snack and it picks me up a bit.

Of course, this is completely a guess considering the information given. But it's from personal experience so take it for what it's worth.


#13

Post in the wrong thread mate?


#14

How long have you been training?

6 days a week is a lot if you're new to this and haven't got your recovery dialled in.


#15

Aah, good catch.

And here I was thinking he needed to add some more supplements to his stack.


#16

also, are you familiar with reading blood work your self? a lot of times (min included) general practitioners dont know shit about testosterone and thyroid

i would request copies of the lab work if i were you. i was walking around like a zombie with low test and hypothyroidism for over a year before i knew it bc of a shitty doctor


#17

No one asking if the OP is getting 8 hours of sleep each night and eating enough to fully recover?

Since we're guessing, feeling tired and bloated could mean the OP is pregnant.