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7/30/2008 12:22:06 PM
| I was having the same weakness issue after I began my diet last January. I did very similar routines, then tried to eat less in order to loose weight. After going to a nutritionist for fatigue, I was recommended to take different multivitamins and increase my diet. This made a slight difference, but my muscles were still weak after working out. |
A friend suggested Recovsport by Stolle Wellness. After taking it daily, and right before exercising I finally began to feel a difference. It increased my strength and helped my muscles recover quicker after my workouts. I would suggest add this to your diet to see if it improves anything.
7/23/2008 11:47:03 AM
| I think you should go see a nutritionist because 1500 calories is not enough. They will determine the correct amount of calories needed and see what types of nutrients are lacking. |
6/30/2008 1:49:10 PM
| Thanks for the feedback. I've been doing cardio for awhile for 40-50 minutes. I've been cutting back what I eat to lose some weight - I'm eating about 1500-1600 calories per day, but perhaps I'm not eating enough protein? The Banana honey trick sounds good. I'll give it a try. |
Yelm Washington Personal Trainer
6/29/2008 2:21:08 PM
| What you may be doing is that of over working it.|
Are you in the shape that you should be to do a 50 minute cardio workout?
If it is your eating than I would try to get in more fruit and maybe do like a protien shake an hour before working out.
Alot of critics say that is too long before hand but I have been an avid runner for a national team for 4 years now and have found that it works the best that way. If it was intense...eat honey and a banana right after you workout. Doesn't sound to good but it gives you alot of energy and helps with lactic acids.
Last thing is that you maybe not taking in enough water....i would make sure to drink lots of water.