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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Re: Athletic Recovery
Posted By: brian robinson
Date: July-06, 1998 at 13:54:00
In Response To: Re: Athletic Recovery (Thomas Seay)
what is your objective from your weight training routine? doesn't sound like you are a professional athlete. if not, let go of your ego and reduce the intensity of your routine. i am speaking from experience. read john douilliard's book, "body, mind and sport." if you don't train w/ one already, i'd buy a heart rate monitor. i use one by polar( about 150-200 dollars) take you resting pulse rate every morning as soon as you open your eyes. if pulse is 10 bps above average, you are probably over training. you should not be consistently sore after a workout. if you were consistently nauseous after a meal, would you continue eating the same food?
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Thomas Seay -- Monday, 6 July 1998, at 1:54 p.m.