Health, wellness & sport

Working Out

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No *after workout, eats 10 doughnuts, cheesy pasta, a whole cake and a small village* 'it's okay I did 10 minutes on the treadmill I'm healthy.
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I wish! After the workout all I'm thinking is"I never should have done that" yet I continue to get up and do it every day.
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HAAHH this is exactly what goes on in my head
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This is me all over! How can I feel like a phenomenal Olympic athlete in step one and two?!! ????????
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I fear I may never gym again now
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Omg story of my life every day but especially this morning ????
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I have never read anything that so accurately describes my workout routine.

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kinda like my brain during the hike but it was so worth it man
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until the next day where you feel like your legs are on strike.
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When you stay consistent with working out, you start to look good, which also leads to feeling good from the inside to the outside.
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In this scenario the workout is secondary to sporting achievement - you workout in order to achieve success at a given pursuit. However, for many, the workout can be just as fulfilling.
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Everyone should have a ritual they do everyday to remain healthy. Stretching and a light workout is all you need. I think sports have ruined enough athletes body to know they are over doing it.
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Lactic acid build-up has been blamed for producing muscle pain, but three culprits—lactate, certain acids, and adenosine triphosphate (ATP)—are actually at fault. These substances are released during muscle contraction, causing pain and discomfort, scientists at the University of Utah found.
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