Two unrelated issues, but ones that have been causing me a good deal of trouble.
First off, my leg days consist mostly of squats. I make sure I do all of my workouts on an empty stomach, the first thing in the morning. I tend to do 6-8 reps, high weight on the rack, and about half of the days I do legs, I feel very light headed and loopy.
At this point I have a choice- I can stop for 20-30 minutes (I must go to work soon and I do not like stopping), or I can continue, at which point I end up puking up the water I have been drinking in the bathroom. Once I am done in the bathroom, I feel a lot better and I can finish my workout. I never feel lightheaded when I exercise any of my other muscles. I had a similar problem when I was a competitive rower for 6 years.
Since power comes from the legs, I would puke my guts out whenever I would race or practice. Gross but true and also very unpleasant. Anyone have any theories why my legs are exercised vigorously, I tend to hurl?
Secondly there is a pain in my forearm, which I believe I acquired from preacher curls. It’s not the bone, it could be a tendon 3/4 up the forearm wrapping around the ulna. I cannot do any bicep exercises with my forearms supinated, and I can do hammer curls compromising a fair amount of weight. Some people suggested tendonitis, others… weak forearms. How long would you recommend that I take off, and what should I do instead so that my right bicep does not turn to garbage?