Well after bulking for a few months, I've started doing cardio again to cut down my BF %. Atm 175lbs 6'0 and 15-18% BF. Anyway the problem I've been having the last few days is that when I do HIIT on the treadmill after about 10minutes I start feeling pretty sick. My legs and all that is fine, I could keep running, but I feel like throwing up and have to stop. My heart rate is usually in the 180's - 190's while doing the cardio.
Anyway what I'm wondering is if you have any tips on how to prevent this, as it's making my workouts ****, I'm only able to do 10mins HIIT (not including 5min warmup), when I feel I could do 30. I've come very close to throwing up a few times, and don't really want it to happen at the gym cause it'd be pretty embarrassing and not sure what I'd do then lol.
Oh yeah I do my cardio at around 5-6pm if that makes a difference, and I drink maybe 750ml of water in those 10mins, if that could be what's causing it. Should I try doing my cardio in the morning before eating anything, or maybe drink less water (althoug this might not be so easy I like to drink lots of water). Anyway thanks for any help you can offer.
Only able to do 10mins HIIT cardio despite wanting / being able to do 20-30, because I get sick and close to throwing up. Wondering what to do about it.
01-22-2010, 02:35 AM #1
Problem with throwing up when doing HIIT
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Try drinking just enough water to avoid your mouth going too dry while you're working out, just sip a little here and there. Otherwise, I'm sure you can manage 10 minutes without a whole lot of water.
Plus, since HIIT sessions are supposed to only be 20-30 minutes including warm ups and cool downs, you're probably right where you're supposed to be, at your capacity/conditioning limit right now.
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01-25-2010, 05:10 AM #13
Yeah it's a small gym, and I don't think the people at the reception desk would be too pleased if I threw up all over the place lol. WTF would I do after throwing up, they'd probably make me stay there and clean that **** up for hours.
Anyway, I tried drinking no water during my workout and it works great now. I just do my 30mins HIIT then skull down water afterwards. Thanks brahs.
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01-25-2010, 11:20 AM #15
im the same way with my training. the trainer pushes me real hard and i get a lil sick in my stomach. i sip water more slowly, dont drink alot right before and for my, i moved my snack from 60 mins to 90 mins out.
they tell me felling sick means its working too. XDUsed to be fat, now just fat with a lot of muscle.
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