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    Run out of breath easy

    When working out, I seem to run out of breath while doing a set. It is almost like my breath gives out before my muscles do. I notice this especially with pullups.

    I am on a cycle right now so I am sure that has something to do with it.

    How can I correct this?

    I don't do much cardio right now. Do you think doing consistant cardio would help my breathing?

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    What are you taking?

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    If it's that bad, I'd definitely start looking into cardio!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    If it's that bad, I'd definitely start looking into cardio!!!

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    Yep, get that ass on a stair master pronto

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    tren makes me short of breath....

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    tren does the same to me, but so does pull-ups id hit the cardio bro, take it slow t first, youll be amazed at the difference in your overall performance in the gym

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    I'm on Test e and Eq. I think maybe I need to get off my butt and do some cardio then. Thanks guys.

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