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Posted by: M | 2011-10-17

Te veel oefen

hi, ek wil net weet, ek draf in die oggende 12km en dan partykeer in die aand gaan doen ek taibo of spinning by die gym, as ek nie gym toe gaan nie sal ek om die blok gaan draf en vir ''n uur fiets trap, ek vat so een dag in die week wat ek nie in die oggend gaan draf nie, om bietjie te rus, deesdae is ek verskriklik uitgeput, eks die heletyd moeg, as ek in die oggend opstaan kan ek nie wag om vanaand weer te gaan slaap nie, ek het absoluut niks energie nie, kan dit dalk wees dat ek te veel oefen en dit oordoen of kan daar iets anders fout wees.

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Hi M

It could be yes. Training twice a day is really difficult, only professional athletes who can afford to sleep and do nothing in between really get away with it. So you need to look at that - don't force exercise when you're tired, because you have all these other responsibilities and it all adds up. Generally, when someone starts to feel tired all the time, lacking energy, not enjoying, and generally fatigued, training is one of the first things to look at, and with a twice-a-day history, it's the obvious thing to try to change.

Then also look at diet, you might find that you're eating too infrequently, that you can give your energy levels a bump by eating a little more, or more frequently in smaller portions.

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Posted by: fitnessdoc | 2011-10-30

Hi M

It could be yes. Training twice a day is really difficult, only professional athletes who can afford to sleep and do nothing in between really get away with it. So you need to look at that - don't force exercise when you're tired, because you have all these other responsibilities and it all adds up. Generally, when someone starts to feel tired all the time, lacking energy, not enjoying, and generally fatigued, training is one of the first things to look at, and with a twice-a-day history, it's the obvious thing to try to change.

Then also look at diet, you might find that you're eating too infrequently, that you can give your energy levels a bump by eating a little more, or more frequently in smaller portions.

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