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Old 03-07-2009, 01:11 AM   #11
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Re: Still sore/fatigued after Barbara Lite...

I have been doing this for a year and Barb still gets me sore for days. C & J was interesting with sore legs but I got a 195 PR. Gotta love that
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Old 03-07-2009, 12:04 PM   #12
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Re: Still sore/fatigued after Barbara Lite...

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during the 4th and 5th round, I felt like I was actually doing DAMAGE to myself.

Of course, I had just read the Rhabdo article that day, and was convinced I was going to be peeing grape soda later.
Great learning point here. You DIDN'T end up peeing Coke A Cola did you? What does this tell you?

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Old 03-07-2009, 05:36 PM   #13
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Re: Still sore/fatigued after Barbara Lite...

Performance suffering = take an extra couple rest days..... or eat more... or get better sleep. Or all 3.
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Re: Still sore/fatigued after Barbara Lite...

The great thing about CF or any good program is we get use to reading our bodies. I would suggest a slow warm up and see where you are.

Many times I have used this method and it worked well. If I am still sore and tight after a warm up then a day off is called for. For me I tend to use sore as an excuse for an extra day off. Most of the time I work out after the warm up and everything is great. It is rare that I need a day off.
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Old 03-08-2009, 05:33 PM   #15
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The great thing about CF or any good program is we get use to reading our bodies. I would suggest a slow warm up and see where you are.

Many times I have used this method and it worked well. If I am still sore and tight after a warm up then a day off is called for. For me I tend to use sore as an excuse for an extra day off. Most of the time I work out after the warm up and everything is great. It is rare that I need a day off.
I did a decent wram up and felt fatigued, but fine. finished last weeks 3/1 wod's as scheduled...

Can't wait for Monday to start it again.
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