I watched an entire P90X infomercial last night.
All things considered, I don't do Crossfit, wasn't referring to Crossfit, don't have a problem with it, nor was I trying to infer that I have an infinite wisdom of all things fitness-related. I won't stop you from going to the gym 4 days a week and busting out a different "300 this" or "300 that" each time or logging on to Crossfit.com and plugging away at the WOD's. "To each their own" should be the official mantra of the fitness world.
Perhaps the second sentence of my statement holds no water, but the remainder of my statement is about as blatant as personal preference can get.
Instead of pumpin iron, today I switched over, and am going with crossfit work out of the day. Going to try it for a couple months, along with the diet, meat, raw vegges, and nuts, as long as I can, without deviating to much.
Do a Powerlifting routine guys.
is it bad to work out when your sick? or is it good? ive been to the gym everyday-ish for the last 2 months, but now i feel like ****, but i still want to go, is it ok?
If you are going to the gym almost everyday for 2 months, that could be a reason why you are feeling unwell as well. When you over train, you won't see any improvements in performance and will often feel fatigued all the time. That and generally feel poorly. It is also a time that you can catch infections very easily as your body is just overworked.
Try to relax, lots of fluid and rest up (proper 8 hours of continuous sleep does wonders). If you still feel the need to exercise, just do really light stuff. Go for a gentle walk or stroll.
If the will is there, you grab it and you work out. Fact...when sick and training your body temperature raises fast and takes a lot longer to cool down. You feel like shyte, unrested and wrecked, but your body gets the message. And it will take something else than a little cold to put you down!
Oh don't mind the sarcasm, just go to the gym, try it and see what happens. If it's hard and sweaty early on the session, then just keep running, don't mess with weight.