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Should I work out when I’m sick?

Depends on the intensity.
feeling sick

Feeling sick

Someone is not in the mood to go to the gym.

You know it the moment you wake up: Last night’s little throat tickle has turned into a full-blown sneezy, nose-dripping, red-eye cold. You had plans to work out today, but would keeping them make your illness worse? In other words, should you stick with your exercise routine or indulge in some rest? Here are a few

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