When I was playing soccer, my body got super exhausted. I am pretty sure it was because of the medicine.
Yes. I’m 52 though and although the medicine makes me fat and tired I still can compete playing cricket and I do work out. I would say that age has a greater impact on your ability to work out and get condition for playing sport than that of the medicine.
I do cardio and lift weights. But I don’t always make it the full hour I need. I exercise a few times a week with my husband. I’m very out of shape right now though because we had to not go for 2 months. We had too many obligations during those 2 months. Once I’m better from Covid, I’ll go back
I worked out in my early thirties. I could really see the results. I was also unloading trucks for a living and was lifting heavy merchandise all the time for four years.
I try to pump twice a week anc also do spin.
I want to do half a hour a day.
I’m thinking of going for a slow pace jog tomorrow. The weather was nice here today I’m hoping it is a sign of spring. Weather makes such a difference to my mood.
I like swimming and walking…I don’t like the gym cuz I feel like people are looking at me and talking about me.
Personally I think its more likely you weren’t used to the exercise. I am very sedentary. Even just walking around going to things takes a lot more energy than sitting on a chair all day.
I was working out but low T made gains difficult. When, after years, I got back on meds and became lazy/exhausted and started packing the pounds back on. Im attempting to be more motivated for working out now and hopeful that testosterone injections will give me a bump in that direction as well.
Yes im on two AP’s and visit my local gym 3-4 times a week mostly cardio but also occasionally pushing weigths / strength training. Yes, i get exhausted the day after, but increased energy the day i train.
I have the opposite condition! I feel so self conscious trying to do exercise in public but at gym everyone is there to sweat so it doesn’t really bother me.
Usually I have been able to train strength twice a week, but because of insomnia it has become very staccato for the last few years.
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I tried working out once but my bad knees did me in.
I couldn’t really. I’m starting to think of getting started again, now I’m off meds for a long while. But my body lost quite a bit of its strength and endurance due to the long med use and doing nothing. And getting older.