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    I am a custodian for a school, now with this whole covid thing, I have been doing all types of physically intense jobs, I come home almost daily, and I can hardly lift my arms. It is a job, not like working out at a gym where I can let my muscle recover for 24 - 48 hrs. No, I have to be back at work the next day, and be able to function; I am not used to this - Any advice on how I can speed up my recovery time and do my job from day to day - by friday I feel mostly dead, and my muscles have nothing left, and a two day weekend is not long enough to recover from a week of steady hell on my muscle - some days have even brought my muscles to muscle failure.
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    Originally Posted by Faithbuilders View Post
    I am a custodian for a school, now with this whole covid thing, I have been doing all types of physically intense jobs, I come home almost daily, and I can hardly lift my arms. It is a job, not like working out at a gym where I can let my muscle recover for 24 - 48 hrs. No, I have to be back at work the next day, and be able to function; I am not used to this - Any advice on how I can speed up my recovery time and do my job from day to day - by friday I feel mostly dead, and my muscles have nothing left, and a two day weekend is not long enough to recover from a week of steady hell on my muscle - some days have even brought my muscles to muscle failure.
    The advice to eat and sleep sufficiently is good. The key is where you said "I am not used to this." That's exactly what's going on. It takes time to adapt to the new stressors you're experiencing. Be patient with yourself, eat well, sleep well, grab good rest when and where you can.

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    Originally Posted by Faithbuilders View Post
    I am a custodian for a school, now with this whole covid thing, I have been doing all types of physically intense jobs, I come home almost daily, and I can hardly lift my arms. It is a job, not like working out at a gym where I can let my muscle recover for 24 - 48 hrs. No, I have to be back at work the next day, and be able to function; I am not used to this - Any advice on how I can speed up my recovery time and do my job from day to day - by friday I feel mostly dead, and my muscles have nothing left, and a two day weekend is not long enough to recover from a week of steady hell on my muscle - some days have even brought my muscles to muscle failure.
    Just sleep 8 hours everyday
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    I would say if the work is really heavy then use your job to make progress until you get used to it. Eat right and try to sleep right, then when your work isn't gassing you out start to throw in some workouts here and there. No point in wrecking yourself right?
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    Thank you for the advice - I do sleep, even tho I seem to wake up still tired. And also any ideas on what foods are best to speed up recovery?
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    Originally Posted by Faithbuilders View Post
    Thank you for the advice - I do sleep, even tho I seem to wake up still tired. And also any ideas on what foods are best to speed up recovery?
    If you are sleeping but waking up tired, then you may have issues with sleep apnea (a condition that is more likely if you are carrying some extra weight). You may wish to see a doctor about setting up a sleep study to see if this is an issue for you.
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    Originally Posted by Faithbuilders View Post
    Thank you for the advice - I do sleep, even tho I seem to wake up still tired. And also any ideas on what foods are best to speed up recovery?
    There's no magic food, just make sure you get enough of it, carbs, fats, and protein. If your work consists of primarily lower-exertion activities that tax your endurance, maybe emphasize the carbs more. If it consists of a lot of high-intensity activity that fatigues you you quickly, maybe more protein. Also creatine might help in that case.

    These are just guesses, nobody can give you a spot-on assessment from here. Bottom line is just eat well, minimize junk food, and maximize sleep.

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    This happened to me some years ago when I had no money, I couldn't even afford to commute to work so someone lent me a bicycle. I was totally unaccustomed to any cycling, I did zero cycling. But suddenly I had to cycle 50 minutes to work, then another 50 minutes home. I had no choice, cycle or I'd lose my job. The first Monday wasn't too bad, but by Friday evening cycling home I was in such pain

    Likely it will gradually get worse over the first week. The second week will be real test of mental strength (just keep going). The third week will be increasingly less bad. The fourth week you'll have ordinary levels of sore here and there but you'll have beaten it.
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    Originally Posted by Luclin999 View Post
    If you are sleeping but waking up tired, then you may have issues with sleep apnea (a condition that is more likely if you are carrying some extra weight). You may wish to see a doctor about setting up a sleep study to see if this is an issue for you.
    Yes, according to my snoring my wife thinks I do have the symptoms of sleep Apnea; I got tested, and they said no. (I don't know how they could test me tho, I swear I did not sleep at all that night.) My dr did have me try the CPAP thing for sleep apnea, but I am too sensitive of a sleeper, and I could not sleep with that thing on my face; after about 3 days of no sleep, I gave up on the CPAP!


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    Originally Posted by Faithbuilders View Post
    Yes, according to my snoring my wife thinks I do have the symptoms of sleep Apnea; I got tested, and they said no. (I don't know how they could test me tho, I swear I did not sleep at all that night.) My dr did have me try the CPAP thing for sleep apnea, but I am too sensitive of a sleeper, and I could not sleep with that thing on my face; after about 3 days of no sleep, I gave up on the CPAP!


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    I snore loudly but I do get good sleep. I got a Snorex mouth guard thing and it works perfectly. The first three nights were terrible getting used to it, but soon after it was fine. Everyone is happy now
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    Originally Posted by Faithbuilders View Post
    I am a custodian for a school, now with this whole covid thing, I have been doing all types of physically intense jobs, I come home almost daily, and I can hardly lift my arms. It is a job, not like working out at a gym where I can let my muscle recover for 24 - 48 hrs. No, I have to be back at work the next day, and be able to function; I am not used to this - Any advice on how I can speed up my recovery time and do my job from day to day - by friday I feel mostly dead, and my muscles have nothing left, and a two day weekend is not long enough to recover from a week of steady hell on my muscle - some days have even brought my muscles to muscle failure.
    What is physically intense about a custodian's work. I'm seriously curious .... aware me

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    This happened to me some years ago when I had no money, I couldn't even afford to commute to work so someone lent me a bicycle. I was totally unaccustomed to any cycling, I did zero cycling. But suddenly I had to cycle 50 minutes to work, then another 50 minutes home. I had no choice, cycle or I'd lose my job. The first Monday wasn't too bad, but by Friday evening cycling home I was in such pain

    Likely it will gradually get worse over the first week. The second week will be real test of mental strength (just keep going). The third week will be increasingly less bad. The fourth week you'll have ordinary levels of sore here and there but you'll have beaten it.
    Hot baths and sleep

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    Yes, according to my snoring my wife thinks I do have the symptoms of sleep Apnea; I got tested, and they said no. (I don't know how they could test me tho, I swear I did not sleep at all that night.) My dr did have me try the CPAP thing for sleep apnea, but I am too sensitive of a sleeper, and I could not sleep with that thing on my face; after about 3 days of no sleep, I gave up on the CPAP!


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    Actually then that sounds like it is a big part of your problem.

    Back when I was a lot heavier (over 240 pounds) my snoring/apnea was ruining my night's sleep. I would be in bed 9+ hours and still feel terrible the next day.

    However, since I lost the fat (now 163 pounds) both the snoring and apnea have gone and now I can be in bed for 7-8 hours per night and wake up feeling great the next day.

    I'd recommend trying to find some way to address the sleep issue either by learning to adapt to the CPAP machine or possibly by dropping some weight.
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    I feel mostly dead, and my muscles have nothing left, and a two day weekend is not long enough to recover from a week of steady hell on my muscle - some days have even brought my muscles to muscle failure.
    You will get better after about a month or two. No amount of food or sleep will help, but time. Your body will learn more efficient way of moving while performing those specific tasks. Muscle cells will be more efficient at storing energy. Things like that.
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    I am a custodian for a school, now with this whole covid thing, I have been doing all types of physically intense jobs, I come home almost daily, and I can hardly lift my arms. It is a job, not like working out at a gym where I can let my muscle recover for 24 - 48 hrs. No, I have to be back at work the next day, and be able to function; I am not used to this - Any advice on how I can speed up my recovery time and do my job from day to day - by friday I feel mostly dead, and my muscles have nothing left, and a two day weekend is not long enough to recover from a week of steady hell on my muscle - some days have even brought my muscles to muscle failure.
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    Sleep eight hours daily and eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Nothing new. Try taking omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil supplement) and turmeric/curcumin to ward off muscle soreness. If there's no available massage therapist in your area, try foam rolling. There are plenty of good foam rolling exercises on YouTube. Good luck!
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