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Gourab2010-07-04 17:54:52 +0000 #1
Recently I am catching my breath too quickly ..so what should i do to gain more energy ?
InnerAthlete2010-07-04 17:59:20 +0000 #2
Do not understand your question my friend.

What is catching the breath and how is it related to your energy?
Gourab2010-07-04 18:04:28 +0000 #3
what i meant is after running for a while my heart starts pounding heavily and can't run for a while

And about energy..its a separate question i often feel lethergic in the summer so what should i do
Pandara2010-07-04 18:52:17 +0000 #4
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Originally Posted by Gourab



And about energy..its a separate question i often feel lethergic in the summer so what should i do

A) Try a sattvic diet with light foods.

B) Are you perhaps pre-diabetic.

C) Perhaps you are overweght and need to get off the couch more.

D) Your digestive system is slow in metabolising food and supplying you with energy.

E) Too much refined foods with colourants and preservatives.

F) Too much flesh of dead animals in your diet.

G) Too little fibre in your diet.

I can only guess because you give us so little infomation about yourself, your life style etc, so it is difficult to answer your question.

But I'll stop guessing until you give us more info, that way members on the forum might be able to help you better.
Pandara2010-07-04 18:45:16 +0000 #5
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Originally Posted by Gourab



what i meant is after running for a while my heart starts pounding heavily and can't run for a while

This sounds normal to me, usually after swimming or cycling for a while my heart also starts to pound heavily, I would be worried if it didn't. Afterwards I am also too exhausted to swim of cycle for a while, but my heart beat returns to normal within a few minutes and a few hours later I feel ready to swim or cycle some more.

Again Gourab, you give us so little information we can only guess. In order for members to answer especially questions relating to health issues people need some background about your habits, lifestyle etc.
Gourab2010-07-04 19:15:34 +0000 #6
Well, I used to play football regualarly till Oct. 07 but i stopped for some academic reasons and at that time i could run for atleast 30 minutes without panting but from this month i suddenly found myself getting out of breath during a match thats why i am worried
cyclezen2010-07-04 19:46:09 +0000 #7
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Originally Posted by Gourab



Well, I used to play football regualarly till Oct. 07 but i stopped for some academic reasons and at that time i could run for atleast 30 minutes without panting but from this month i suddenly found myself getting out of breath during a match thats why i am worried

I'm assumin you mean 'football', calcio, fussball, soccer, a match not a game - not American Football.

from strictly an aerobic conditioning perspective, 3 weeks off from what might be the 'normal' level of aerobic conditioning work for any athlete (that would include frequency and level of aerobic work) will find that athlete noticing a substantial reduction in conditioning.

6 months of 'off' time will certainly have anyone solidly at their new 'lower' conditioning level - whatever that result might be.

to get back up to where you came down from will take some serious, hard re-conditioning work.

But then if you;re surprised by this, you must be pretty young. If you're like many of us, we'll go through that cycle so often , its a wonder we attempt to get back to 'shape' at all.



The result of neglect can be disconcerting, but the opposite - building yourself up in all aspects, is dharma. And what else is there?

panting and a pounding heart are pretty good indications you;re still alive

- fitness being another issue.

don't use it, you lose it... works for a lotta stuff
Pandara2010-07-04 20:00:06 +0000 #8
Hi Gourab,

The neglect of six months is now visible and I think you feel it. It will take time to build your fitness level up again. But, then again if this is really worrisome to you why don't you go and see a doctor who can do a good check-up and if anything is wrong he/she will be able to alert you to it.
Gourab2010-07-04 19:43:37 +0000 #9
suggestion of an freehand exercises ??

sorry i meant

can u suggest me for any exercise ?.... i have already started cycling and thinking of starting swimming soon
Nichole2010-07-04 21:44:22 +0000 #10
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Originally Posted by Gourab



suggestion of an freehand exercises ?? sorry i meant

can u suggest me for any exercise ?.... i have already started cycling and thinking of starting swimming soon

Are you interested in Yoga practice too?
Bridgette2010-07-04 22:13:35 +0000 #11
Working off what Nichole asked, your best bet....YOGA!



My breath capacity increased by ten-fold when I began yoga. It strengthen your breath and you will be thankful for it.
Gourab2010-07-04 21:13:19 +0000 #12
yah i am interested

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