Here is was I suggest and it’s probably the best advice I can give you:
-Get checked by your physician for any medical/health issues (if any).
-Hire an experienced trainer to help you and also guide you with an efficient and constructive way by designing a fitness program that is specifically for you.
-Get a meeting with a Registered Dietitian to help you with your diet because a fitness program alone is not enough. Your diet could also be part of your current issues (although it’s hard for me to tell from the information which you have provided).
I hope this helps and good luck to you.
Hello Malik Brown,
Harris gives you great advice which I agree with. A trainer would be most helpful to keep you from overtraining. I have clients who only need help setting up a program to use elsewhere to help them defray costs. It is well worth the investment in your health to get help from other professionals who will know exactly what you need after a consultation. Make sure you listen to your body so you do not overdo it; sounds like your body is screaming right now. Don’t let that scare you, rather, push you for the proper assistance.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.
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I agree with the others. Something’s not right & you need to get to the bottom of it. Just an outside observation – going all out with running hills at 56 years of age (after a hardcore strength training workout?) could very well have something do with what you’re experiencing. I know you see where I’m going with this – over-exertion is definitely a possibility for what’s happening, if not the reason. I can say that because we’re close in age – take it down a notch or two & you should be good. Neither of us are in our 20’s anymore, but we can still train hard while accepting our limitations that Mother Nature is forcing on us. Good luck Malik.