Re: dizzy and light headed after workouts
You may just be overdoing it. Ease into it. You might just be working above your fitness level. Lower intensity for longer duration rather than higher intensity for less time. You'll still be burning more calories, but without the excessive stress. You can ramp it up later, but in the beginning you have to work up to going all out.
Maybe start with going for a 30-60 minute walk, or find a lower intensity video. You will increase your fitness and your ability to do more if you just stay consistent. If you continue to have light headedness with low intensity exercise, you really need to talk to your doctor about it.
Keep your body lean, your blood clean and your mind sharp. -Rollins
Last edited by Naxis; 12-14-2007 at 09:23 PM.