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Old 11-25-2013, 06:57 PM   #38
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Originally Posted by Soldier View Post
In the last 2 days I've experienced something very new to me; my appetite has all but disappeared. Not only did I get pretty sick (stomach-wise) only a couple days ago, but we are also experiencing unseasonably cold weather. That combined with lots of busy-ness at work has left me with no interest at all in food. I'm eating around my workouts and at dinner time partially because of habit and partially because I know I need to keep up my intake.

Is this how the people who always wine about not being able to eat enough food feel all the time? What a horrible way to go through life, lol.

I get that way when my CNS is fried and I need a deload or week off. When I do take the necessary rest time and come back I am always amazed at just how huge of an impact lifting normally has on my appetite.
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