I've been training for a BJJ tourney on Saturday for about three weeks now. I've changed my diet in an effort to cut weight. I weighed 192 on Sept 20th and now am almost to my goal of 185. I normally am not a very healthy person aside from training BJJ. I occasionally run, eat fast food, and drink at least 1 coke a day. Since the 20th (when I realized how close I was to a different weight class), I've cut out all fast food and soda (if I'm not drinking water, its light lemonade), I've only had one night out where I was drinking (and that was 2 weeks ago), and this week I've begun waking up pre-dawn to run 2 miles each day. All this on top of my normal 4 day a week BJJ training with a few extra days and classes in there to help me get ready. Doesn't seem like much huh? Its my first tournament on Saturday, but lately, I've been feeling achey, lethargic, been forgetting things big and simple, and have been loosing my appetite. I'm gonna stay the course until Saturday come hell or high water, I'm making weight. But what I want to know is, am I overdoing it? Or is this all just a product of a non-athlete going thru what normal athletes go thru on a constant basis? Or do I just seem stressed from anxiety about my first competition?