LOL, I spewed for a good 2 minutes straight two Sundays ago… didn’t relise how much fluid i had in me…
Did a circuit of;
20x seated rows,
20x seated bench,
Rested 3-4 minutes & repeated. Then lay on the floor for about 10 minutes with feet elevated to try & feel better.
Rest between sets was limited to my training partner’s set.
*note sets are typically 8-12 + 4-5 + 2-3 + 2-3, possibly some singles to get to 20.
My “sickness” exercise is squats. Typically squats with decent weight for multiple sets, with minimal rest.
Any sustained high exertion squat efforts, eg 10+ reps or even heavy 5x5, seem to do it.
i use to train mornings, but after being late to work a few too many times, I started training legs at night.
You will probably find its a specific exercise that does it to you, play around & work out what it is and then try to manage it.
Otherwise it may be the total volume of your leg day, try splitting quads from hams & see if it helps.
Also you may want to try superset an easy exercise in with your heavy sets, to give yourself a longer break & get your blood into a different body part. Try a light recovery/ mobility set, just don’t exert yourself on the other exercise or you’ll just add to the nauseous feeling.
The only other thing that has made me physically sick is pre-season sand hill sprints.
Mr popular makes a good point regarding “smiling”. The mind has more effect on your body then most people expect, i use the thought of feeling better/ well/ happy to help get me better. It works for me when i get travel sickness, or a minor headache. Granted though, sometimes you just need to get it out to feel better.
Like MikiB said, at least you know you?re putting in some effort in.