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Hey /fit/, I have been feeling lazy and low energy lately. I have 7 to 5 office job and when I'm at home, I have to deal with my wife and 2 kids. I have been wanting to take pre-workout supplement (C4 and such) but since I have bipolar disorder, I fear this will put me into a manic episode. Any good alternative to this?
Traveling is the ultimate non-/fit/ lifestyle. >not being able to sleep in an actual superior white bed, or at times sleep at all for that matter, constantly sleeping in planes, cars or shitty mud huts >having to eat disgusting, inferior local food, can't eat when you want, can't eat enough, have to eat out like a cuckold >expensive as fuck because everyone wants to be an "adventurer"; unbeknownst to them travelfags are actually instagram addled millenial cucks running from their own weakness >most of the time, no gym nearby, or shitty treadmill-and-elliptical gyms in main shitskin cities >no internet, can't even browse /fit/ and watch jason blaha vids >have to pretend to be interested in muh local """culture""" >have lost a fuckton of strength by the time you get back
real men stay in their cities their whole lives and do & eat the same thing every day non negociable. anything else is just fucking with your recovery.
I was really into gym for about 2 months and loving it but then my back got hurt. I think I pinched a nerve. I wasn't even doing alot fo weight when it started to tighten up. I'm trying to figure out the best way to handle it now because I really want to get back in there when it is fully healed but I don't want to injure my lower back again. It was hard to walk for a day after it.
I've been lifting on and off for years so I'm not a noob. It is definitely my sciatic nerve though because it is only on my right side and goes down my leg. I feel that maybe when i go up in weight I compensate on that side more and it causes it. Anybody expereince this?
I started getting bad highs and high-induced panic attacks about a month ago, and instead of slowing down I ended up smoking more and more. Finally, I had a really bad panic attack and decided to stop for a little while.
It's been a week so far and I feel really weird. I wake up really tired and groggy despite getting a full nights sleep, I feel on edge all day, and my anxiety is actually worse than while I was smoking.
I've read this is normal, I smoked heavily every day for the better part of 10 years or something, so it's likely that I would experience withdrawal symptoms - the most common apparently are tiredness and anxiety.
Any tips on getting through this, or any general advice for quitting/speeding up the withdrawal process? I really just want to get back to my clean, confident mentality and not deal with random panic attacks standing in my way.