>be me around 18-21. >could do almost anything

>be me around 18-21
>could do almost anything
>can walk my dogs for a good two hours and run to gym almost immediately
>never felt tired, always ate good
>gym performance was pretty good
>be now, 27, this year
>can walk my dogs an hour before dying on the couch
>dog grows old with me, so I have to carry his 15 pound butt everywhere with three smaller younger dogs
>can’t bother to get up to bus to the gym
>body just tired and fatigued
>gym performance is actually better, but run time is severely slower
>still eat good
I always said oh this will never happen to you as long as you eat right. But now it’s just tiring to go to the gym afterwards, sometimes I just wait for the next day until my body feels better.
This is what aging is like isn’t it…
At least I still have my hair and can 2pl8
Anyone else feeling this?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    nah you got some deficiency. nothing you were doing before was competitive level fitness or athletics. you should be able to keep that same 18-21 activity for at least another 10 years. I'm 31, and the activity you described from 18-21 is still really manageable for me and others around my age (train and compete in BJJ). Maybe your life is more saturated with responsibilities too so time is more suffocating

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >deficiency
      What do then? Ashgwamda or whatever?
      I did started taking creatine a bit ago don’t know if that matters

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah not like moronation or nothin.

        I'd review the diet, supplements, and sleep. Also, if life is busier time to bus to the gym work out and bus back could feel way more constrained rather than open and chill the way it was when you were 18-21. About a year ago I moved to my current place and I'm like a 1 minute drive or 10 minute walk to my gym and I'm way more consistent again than I was when it was more of a commute.

        Also, you might have mold or high level of carbon monoxide where you live.

        Either way at 27 you should still be able to get yourself to that same ball park of energy from 18-21 if you find what's fricking with you.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The natural life expectancy for a human being is about 30 years. Your body is naturally getting ready to die, but unfortunately you will be kept in a hellish limbo for an additional 30-40 years. It's going to get so much worse. Enjoy.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      you should not be feeling persistently exhausted at 27, you are still well within physical peak ranges. Do you do cardio? is your job sedentary? it's important not just to lift weights but to keep your heart and lung health up.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Life expectancy was 30 due to infant/childhood mortality not because your body dies at 30, moron.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Science, brought to you by the minds of IST.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What is your diet like? High carb? High fat? Vegan?

    How much do you sleep?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It’s pretty balanced
      My mom cooks for me me, so it’s mainly beans, meat and a bit of rice
      Breakfast just eggs and toast, maybe a yogurt

      re: the deficiencies, if you can afford it, then it would be easiest to get bloodwork done to check for those
      I agree with the other anons, you should still be in pretty top shape in your mid-late twenties. honestly, assuming nothing catastrophic happens, you should be good through your early forties at least if you are staying healthy. I see you mentioned getting stronger -- have you gained much weight? that would be the simplest explanation for your reduced cardio performance

      >gained weight
      Yeah, but mainly because I wanted to be around 170 pounds, which luckily I’m at 173
      I was 145 for a while when I was 21-23, so I wanted to put on weight so i can lift more

      you should not be feeling persistently exhausted at 27, you are still well within physical peak ranges. Do you do cardio? is your job sedentary? it's important not just to lift weights but to keep your heart and lung health up.

      It’s a food stand, so I move around a lot during peak hours

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Whatever you do, get rid of the sneed oils. Other than that, decent. You shouldn't be feeling like shit in your 20s anon. Do you get enough sun/are you in a colder climate?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          seed oils stuff is schizo nonsense

          It’s pretty balanced
          My mom cooks for me me, so it’s mainly beans, meat and a bit of rice
          Breakfast just eggs and toast, maybe a yogurt
          [...]
          >gained weight
          Yeah, but mainly because I wanted to be around 170 pounds, which luckily I’m at 173
          I was 145 for a while when I was 21-23, so I wanted to put on weight so i can lift more
          [...]
          It’s a food stand, so I move around a lot during peak hours

          more active job is good. hows your sleep schedule? is it possible you're just getting a mid day slump due to eating big carb dense lunches?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I get enough sun yes

          >walking makes millenials tired
          Unironically the gaygiest generation.

          I like walking though, I just get exhausted afterwards which I find weird since I didn’t felt like that before

          seed oils stuff is schizo nonsense

          [...]
          more active job is good. hows your sleep schedule? is it possible you're just getting a mid day slump due to eating big carb dense lunches?

          It could be my sleep, I sleep at midnight/1am and wake up at 9-10 these days, luckily my work is during the afternoon

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            there's evidence to suggest that sleep schedules are better the closer you get to going to sleep when the sun goes down and waking with the sunrise. I think that's a bit excessive but I try to get to sleep at 11 and wake up at 8-830, and I also work in the afternoon to evening. With regards to the walking it could just be you need to adjust to it, like anything your body is adaptive so you'll gain more energy for walking over time as you keep at it.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    re: the deficiencies, if you can afford it, then it would be easiest to get bloodwork done to check for those
    I agree with the other anons, you should still be in pretty top shape in your mid-late twenties. honestly, assuming nothing catastrophic happens, you should be good through your early forties at least if you are staying healthy. I see you mentioned getting stronger -- have you gained much weight? that would be the simplest explanation for your reduced cardio performance

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >walking makes millenials tired
    Unironically the gaygiest generation.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      ‘97 is zoomer.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >27
    Anon, it’s not age you fricking moron
    Did you get vaxxed?
    You might have some cardiovascular issues

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Did you get vaxxed?

      it's so sick how this website is just full of complete morons

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Not an argument shill
        The courts have already decided that they can cause clots and heart problems
        It can hurt OP to get a heart checkup if he is
        And I’d advise everyone else to do the same

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          the rate of clots from the vaccine are lower than the rates of clots from having had covid, the hysteria around the negative effects of the vaccine was out of control.

          I will agree though it's not a bad idea to get a heart checkup just in general, if thats something available to him.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        i've sworn off of arguing about the scamdemic on IST, and don't care to get into particulars, but if you haven't recognized that the mrna shots have fricked up a fair few people, you are lost. go get your next fauci ouchie

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I think it's best to avoid arguments here too, since it's just people talking for the sake of it rather than making cogent points, but I will say that the argument isn't that the vaccine had no potential downsides, but that they were statistically rarer than the negative health effects of covid.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I mean look at his response after me saying check your heart as a suggestion

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >20 minute run daily before weights
    >1-2 hour long run once a week
    >don't stop when you feel dead tired, start walking instead
    Your diet seems fine by what you described, so I wouldn't worry about blood work.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >24
    >already having heart palpitations
    Thanks biden

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Be over 30
    >Never do cardio
    >100% sure i would beat my 18yo self in every single sport imaginable (no, Dota isn't a sport)

    Just don't smoke, drink or get fat. It's that easy

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