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Old 08-28-2005, 12:21 PM   #7
Aries_jb
 
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Originally Posted by Cherish
Feeling fatigued could mean a number of things.

1) You might not be drinking enough water before and during your workout.
2) You were tired/drained from work (if you work out in the evenings)
3) You didn't get enough sleep (if you work out in the mornings)
4) Your diet is inadequate
5) The workout is kicking your butt
6) You're bored with your workout - happens to me

Pushups are pretty intense so I can see those kicking your butt, but overall I wouldn't automatically assume it's mainly due to 5).

I posted some ideas that don't require weights in your journal. I can find some more for you.
I'm going to start doing the exercises you already gave me. Thanks again for those, by the way.
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