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Old 02-22-12, 06:56 PM
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base training

why do people cough blood and get dizzy when they train intensly?
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That is not base training.
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Well, I do get dizzy sometimes, but I never cough blood.
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if you're not coughing up blood, you're doing something wrong
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Originally Posted by dleccord View Post
why do people cough blood and get dizzy when they train intensly?
why did you do that?
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lol...the juxtaposition of the title and post are genius. During intervals, I do get dizzy and I do dry heave. I may have even vomited... but I don't remember blood or bleeding
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why do people cough blood and get dizzy when they train intensly?
The body is telling them to stop the madness.
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