Our expert says:
Does it happen only immediately after your training? Or is it the whole day? It could either be circulation, or neural. if you only experience after training, like when you get off the treadmill, then I'd say it's more likely circulation - your body is sending blood to the skin and over time, that will become less apparent and you won't feel that numbness.
However, if it's throughout the day,then it's more likely neural. Now, I don't know exactly what might have caused this. It is strange that it's both arms and legs - often a pinched nerve in the back affects one or the other, I've not heard of both being affected.
It could also be completely unrelated to the exercise, perhaps the change in temperatures now that it's warming up is a possible cause. it may also be something in the diet (or a lack of something in the diet affecting nerve endings). You might consider giving it another week, and if it persists, or gets any worse, then I'd suggest seeing a doctor. Somehow I don't feel that exercise is the cause, but maybe the catalyst for whatever is causing it.
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