Need some help

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Aug 14, 2013 9:17pm
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When I work out and go faster/harder, I almost past out.. It really sucks cause I have the motivation to do it but I can't do it now how I want to... Already tried instead of water to drink some energy drink...

15 Aug
By energy drinks do you mean gatorade or powerade?
15 Aug
Here they have other names.. So I dont know whats the difference between that two?
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203 Posts
Aug 14, 2013 9:31pm
via Android

I think its because you suffer from dehydration you should drink water before, during and after your workout

14 Aug
Already do, but thanks for answering!!
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49 Posts
Aug 14, 2013 10:21pm
via Android

Have you had your blood sugar checkedDo you have a history of low blood sugar? That exact thing was happening to me and my blood sugar was very low at 47.

15 Aug
Thanks! That's not high no ;-) Ye I always (almost) past out by the dentist, doctor, when I'm gettin a piercing/tattoo, so I thought maybe cause of the nervous or something.. But I'll do something bout it.. How are you doing now?!
15 Aug
I'm doing ok now. I am eating my protein w/ healthy carb to help keep blood sugar up. I was on a low carb,low susgar diet (for 10months) and that's probably what caused it. I've never had issues w/ blood sugar so it was weird. Exercising can lower blood sugar as well. I hope you can figure it out! Hopefully it's just anxiety.
21 Aug
Oh good to hear that you're okay now girl!! I called the doctor but they're on vacation.. I let ya know ;-) Just gonna do my workout slowly this evening (A)
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Aug 15, 2013 6:22am
via Android

On days you workout hard you should be drinking more than a gallon of water through out your day

15 Aug
Do that already when I'm not working out so hard ;-) Water is important to me.
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49 Posts
Aug 21, 2013 5:31pm
Thanks! Hope they help you get it figured out! Take it easy :)
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Feb 8, 2014 9:32am
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Do warm up slowly. Step by step interval training. Not too Big steps at once. Start with 20 second Intervall high intensity, rest 30 secs.
Then slowly increase high intensity intervalls and decrease low intensity intervalls.
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