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Dry heaving after sparring

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by ASEGSEA, Jul 4, 2010.

  1. ASEGSEA

    ASEGSEA Guest

    I've been dry heaving when sparring or doing plyometrics for the past month. Actually anything intense.

    My HR gets to about 196. Anyway I could remedy this?
     
  2. Origins

    Origins Blue Belt

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    Run.
     
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    Dafreeclinic Orange Belt

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    Make sure youre gonna enough minerals in your system as people tend to throw up during exertion if mineral content is low.
     
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    pliftkl Green Belt

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    What's your resting heart rate?
     
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    Carwin?
     
  6. DrBdan

    DrBdan Something clever

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    This is an interesting article about puking after working out...

    Puking After Working Out

     
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    PowerHungry Oh yeah!

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    Stupid question possibly but are you drinking heavy or thick liquids or eating carb or caloric-dense foods very close to your sessions? I would stop doing that if so and either moving your eating times back or eat "lighter" foods.

    Also improve work capacity and stay hydrated with either water or something that replenishes electrolytes, preferably during the sessions.
     
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    Interesting read. Thanks.
     
  9. Madmar

    Madmar White Belt

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    Is it because of a dry throat? I find breathing in my nose and out my mouth prevents that dry throat gag from happening.
     
  10. ASEGSEA

    ASEGSEA Guest

    I eat plenty all morning and get my needed nutrients well into the afternoon. I don't eat a few hours prior as I've thrown up anything 2 hours before. To supplement, I drink Gatorade Prime and perform before and during.

    I've tried all sorts of combo's: eat an hour before, two hours before, three, etc. I still dry-heave. Sometimes Gatorades, or only water, cold water, room-temp, etc. Believe me, I've experimented with every combo.

    This is not the case. I've had this happen before, but not during MMA. Not parched at all.

    High 70's, almost 80's.

    I've been doing LSD, and I've noticed since I've started MMA and the whole dry-heaving thing I've become more prone to dry-heaving in other areas where it's never happened: powerlifting, LSD-running, stuff like that.
     
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    Dafreeclinic Orange Belt

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    I mean take some multi vitamins
     
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    big_kahuna Problem?

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    Well, there's your problem. Stop dropping acid and you should be fine.
     

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