I recently started HIIT workouts and I love them! I also started strength training. I’ve been doing the HIIT workout and then a 45min strength training DVD immediately after, usually late at night. I’ve been going every other day, and using the rest day to relax or maybe go for a long walk. If my goal is fat loss and toning up (I’m about 30 pounds overweight), should I be doing the HIIT workouts or strength training first thing in the morning, before breakfast? Also, should I do the HIIT and weights on different days? And does it matter if I do HIIT first or weights first? Again, my goal is fat loss. Thanks! So glad I found your site!
This needs to be balanced against the downsides that accompany having to consume medication for an individual’s entire life. People, who are diagnosed earlier, will have to be on a regime of medications and have to undergo multiple injections in order to ensure that their blood sugar levels are measuring where they need to be. The drugs used to help control the condition, have a list of side effects of their own, which include sickness, indigestion, and the chances of blood sugar levels, dropping too low, which is known as a condition called hypoglycemia.
It’s a really tough time for athletes. They would go through a period where they are questioning themselves, their work, and their skills. As a psychologist, I’d like to give them time to digest what’s happened, especially at the Olympic games for which they’ve been training for four or eight years. Then they can come to me and reflect on what’s happened. I’d like to be a mirror so that they can talk and open up. To be a sounding board for the athlete, and to start rebuilding if they are ready to do so.