I haven’t worked out for a year now and I can notice the difference. What are some of your tricks to start up again?
Also whenever im doing cardio I get dizzy and my chest feels heavy. But it more or less goes away after working out. What causes that? And is there anything you may do to prevent it?
I have an inhaler, but im also prone to fainting. I know this isnt a medical website but I just wonder if anyone else has had this issue. Any help or response is appreciated.[/quote]
When walking around in public (ya I know I mean) take a look at most of the people. Majority are sluggish, getting fat and probably look older then they really are. I do this to myself all the time and it helps me not start on the pathway to becoming just “another” lazy excuse making person.
If you actually have that much time to think and come on here to ask something like this. Then you are wasting alot of time in your day. Get up, do something!
As for the medical thing, I wouldn’t use advice here for that and you summed up it your own words. This is not a medical website. Call your doctor, setup a checkup. Could be the beginning of something.
Most likely though you’re in so much of a hurry to get back to where you were and pushing yourself maybe to hard. Just an assumption, but like I said don’t take it from me get an experts opinion if you continue to get this “dizzy” feeling.
Don’t just focus on cardio hit some weights to, light weight high reps more bang for your buck then doing a whole bunch of cardio.
Only time I get dizzy is on heavy deadlifts and squats. It comes with the intensity of the lift though.