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I have had asthma since I was 3 and exercise in the gym regularly; I also live in humid weather as well. At the beginning, even with no attacks, when you do cardio you will find yourself breathing a little heavily. Consistently training, I actually feel much better with higher tolerance to stimulants (hate spring though); it really helps minimize the asthma ...


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I've had asthma since I was born, and keep a rescue inhaler with me all the time. Different things trigger asthma for different people, and also the triggers can change with time. Typically as you age your triggers get fewer and you're more aware of what they are so things are less surprising. Not all gyms are the same: some are closed in shoeboxes with bad ...


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Gyms are dirty places. People constantly moving will raise dust and pollen into the air. Mold will spread from damp gym clothes improperly dried and sneakers. Keep your inhaler on-hand. If you have issues with allergy-induced asthma, consider the potential benefits of wearing something over your mouth and nose to reduce contaminants. Sure, you'll look a bit ...


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Your spine and shoulders should be fine, the biggest risk is to the knees. In particular, running with any kind of weights (vest, ruck sack, etc.) puts much more stress on your knees. If you have bad running form, it's even more of a problem. Some quick points to think about: Make sure you have the right shoes for your total weight including the ruck ...


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From a peer reviewed research study of GW1516: ...tests on rats showed that at all doses, the drug rapidly causes cancers in a multitude of organs, including the liver, bladder, stomach, skin, thyroid, tongue, testes, ovaries and womb... I recently wrote another answer that provides a general breakdown of how to take big swings at your physical ...


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I just wanna add something (i might be wrong, a doctor confirmation would be appreciated) but 98% of mass gainers use high in sugar and high IG carbs as a calorie source. Aka maltodextrine or fructose etc. A high dose of sugar (not carbs, >sugar<) in the very long term can give you diabetes. So if you're like me and need a shitload of calories to pack on ...



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