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    Question Why do I feel sick after I workout???

    I just started working out about a week ago, and after every workout I feel like I am going to throw up. Why is this happening and what can I do to make it stop? The only reason it really bothers me is because i find it nearly impossible to eat anything for a few hours after I workout and I am trying to bulk up. Please help!
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    I get this too, always days that I push myself really hard. I think its normal, working out puts alot of stress on the body.....Mine goes away within 30mins to an hour though.... my protein shake always helps...
    I have tried eating an hour before workout, 2 hours before etc and I still get the same feeling so I dont think its diet related.....

    Makes me feel good though as I know I ive had a good workout.....


    Edit: I also got this on the first day i joined up for gym (Was doing cardio though), had to sit down for around 25 mins too as I was that screwed..... a week later I could do the same workout and feel absolutely fine, so who knows, maybe it just takes time for the body to adjust.
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    Yeah I don't think its diet related because my diet is pretty on point. It seems worse on the days i squat so maybe you are right that it is just a lot on the body.
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    Originally Posted by dmp44 View Post
    Yeah I don't think its diet related because my diet is pretty on point. It seems worse on the days i squat so maybe you are right that it is just a lot on the body.
    yeah, that's just a matter of being out of shape. when I ran track a few years ago, we used to laugh at all the new guys who showed up all energetic and excited for their first week of practice, there were always at least a few who ended up puking at least once before a workout was over. moral of the story is, if you're not in shape, your body is gonna be pissed off at you, but keep getting in the gym and kicking ass and before you know it, you'll never have that feeling again hope this helps
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    Thanks for the advice!
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    Are you just starting out? What's your workout look like?
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    chessgeeksam had it rght on point. After not lifting for a while (6 months) I jumped into a boxing class for the fun of it to see where I was at. I was looking at lunch within the first 20 minutes. After about a week of intense cardio and recovery I was good to go.
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    Yeah its been about 2 weeks for me. My routine is a pretty basic.

    Workout 1
    Bench Press - 3 sets of 6-8 reps
    Incline DB Bench - 3 sets of 6-8 reps
    Military Press- 3 sets of 8-10 reps
    Tricep Pushdown/ or Skullcrushers - 3 sets of 8-10

    Workout 2
    Squat - 3 sets of 5-8
    Bent over Rows - 3 sets of 6-8
    SLDL - 2 sets of 6-8
    Barbell Curl - 3 sets of 8-10
    Calf Raises - 3 sets of 15

    Workout schedule works so that I work each part every 4-5 days. Currently working out Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Alternating between workouts. Hope that makes sense
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    Not a bad workout, just give it time. Make sure you're staying hydrated and you might want to not eat for an hour before you workout. I used to get sick when I first started but now I can do 9 sets of squats and feel fine.
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    Thanks for all the feedback
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    One last tidbit. If you supplement with amino acids and then take a whey (specifically due to fast absorption) protein shake soon afterwards, it can cause nausea due to amino overkill. This used to happen to me until I switched to a blended protein for slightly slower digestion.
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