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    How to manage fatigue while working manual labor and training

    Title. My forearms and back are the parts most affected.

    I had the idea of trying to block my back days on off days, but I'm not off of work enough for it to matter.
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    I’ve been doing manual labor since I was 14.

    Just gotta suck it up and improve your work capacity, get plenty of food, WATER, and rest as often and long as you can.
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    What he said ^^^. Make sure you eat and drink water. I don't have any scientific proof to this statement, but I have 8 years worth of observations. My tenants in my rentals work 60-84 hours a week doing labor in a refinery. Some of them lift weights before or after going to work. Yes, they are in the gym at 4am or 7pm, and work 10-12 hours a day. Whenever I'm collecting rent they are always cooking or eating. When they cook, they are not making one meal. They are making enough for 24-36 hours. That is food prep time saved so that they can sleep. They also tend to put blankets or tin foil up on the windows.
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