Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by quickone, Mar 2, 2008.
Keep working out or take it easy
i got bronchitis. took a week off. came back just as strong.
Half the friends I went out with I realized were sick...one said he had the flu but was getting better and after I learned this I was stuck in a 3 hour drive with them..now my gf is sick and i woke up this morning with a slight sore throat and more prominent headache. I don't want to slack though lol.
The thing that fucks me is when I get sick I barely eat. I have a very fast metabolism so I have to eat all the time.
it never occurred to me to stop
well I don't plan on stopping...at least not today
Choose your own adventure threads are magnificent!
Well my adventure just pissed me off because my headache got alot worse...im popping an oxy and laying down.
i put on my robe and wizard hat
i've had a cold for 2 days, i didnt go to the gym. now i feel better so i will go.
i choose choice B.
I gotta say I remember when you first starting lifting how skinny you were...you made some damn good progress..I can imagine people who haven't seen you in the past 2 years what they say lol
ill usually just call it a rest day if i AM sick...plus i dont want to get others sick.
but if im at the beginnings of a cold, i may or may not go...its really all about how i feel.
yeah. they dont recognize me, usually.. and i saw ur avatar's episode of family guy yesterday
Depends. If I feel like shit, I usually still train. I may lower my weights taking it "easy." If I start feeling shit during a training session, I may continue on. But, if I start puking, not because of exertion but I am ill, I call it a day.
take it easy. I don't lift if i feel crappy
roids tend to have that effect on people
i eat a shit load of vitamin C
roids are a helluva drug
placebo effect ftw
expensive urine FTW, seriously guys, seriously...
Vitamin C tends to do the trick...
Is it really not a necessary supplement? Mine ran out and am debating getting another bottle. right now i'm just using fish oil and a multi