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Stomach cramps even If I only do 2 sit ups a periodic bad cramp if I move wrong
What is happening I am a male I am 50 lbs overweight I do excersize alot 3-5 times a week bad eating habits I dont drink alchohal or smoke . I do eat to many sweets and fast food. If I attempt even just a few sit ups i will have stomache cramps and i will periodicly get them if i seem to move wrong.They last 5-15 minutes. This has been going on for at lest 6 months . I feel fine otherwise
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you're fat... once you kill those nasty eating habits and start eating healthy you'll lose that unattractive 50lbs and get that sexy beach body you want. do other exercises than sit ups. try jogging or dancing...
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It is possible there is another factor, but first you need to balance out your potassium vs sodium intake. It sounds like your eating habbits include a lot of sodium which will cause muscle fatigue and cramping. I would reccommend reducing sodium intake (fast food, sweets, salt) and start adding potassium ie. bananas, yams, cantalope, papaya, guava, no salt (salt substitute), cauliflower, cabbage.
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