Unanswered physical job labourer ... + workout results in overtraining ?

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Your body will get used to it. As long as you eat and sleep enough to recover, you'll be good. Take care of your joints though, always take the time to stretch, wear knee pads/braces, fish oil is always a good idea.
 
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You need to eat the right foods and enough to recover. Also sleep enough
 
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Your body will get used to it. As long as you eat and sleep enough to recover, you'll be good. Take care of your joints though, always take the time to stretch, wear knee pads/braces, fish oil is always a good idea.
thank you i will do more workouts a week then
 
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Like already posted your body will adjust. I do lost of jack hammering and pourig concrete no problem.
 
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There really isn’t an answer to this question. Depends on what job, what work out, the person himself, any supplements, how much rest you get... no definitive answer.
 
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I work a physical job third shift and I do OT a decent amount. You can do it. Just might need to scale back a little more frequently than someone who doesn’t. The workouts are way more intense than work, it’s the length of the work that is hard.
 

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