November 12, 2018 at 08:03AM
?Dude, I think something is out of whack with my hormones,? I tell my workout buddy, as I walk towards my CrossFit box for the second time in one day. Some time in the last three months—after I?d left my 9-to-5 cubicle for the much-more-flexible schedule of a WFH writer—I?d gotten into the habit of working out twice a day.
I?d do my Olympic weightlifting or a ?Workout of the Day? (WOD) in the morning, and then take a 7 p.m. CrossFit class at night. My body was definitely sore, but two-a-days were my time to socialize. After all, who needs coworkers when you?ve got workout buddies?
All was well until a subtle shift started happening inside my body. I felt off. Even after 8 or 9 hours of sleep, I?d wake up wiped and craving coffee. Workouts that usually left me glowing, instead…
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