Since my early 20's, I've had an extreme issue with muscle weakness when attempting to exercise, hold something in my arms with a weight of 5 or more pounds and squating for any period of time. I shake extensively, my arms/legs are so weak, I can barely stand up. I had to ask for a refund at my local gym because I couldn't get beyond 5 minutes with my trainer before collapsing to the ground, unable to stand. My physician said I just need to strengthen my muscles, eat right and drink plenty of fluids. I am doing that. My trainer was very concerned that there could be a more serious problem; however, in my area, it's very difficult to get an medical expert to focus on the issue.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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