I come in contact with many people who developed rhabdo (rhabdomyolysis) after working out in a gym. Sometimes this after working with a personal trainer and other times it's in an exercise class. Regardless, I believe this is occurring far more than people realize. Every day, I see people posting on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, talking about what happened to them. I will not let this continue. Rhabdo is the dirty secret of the fitness industry and the industry's failure to discuss it will come back to haunt them. In fact, I believe it already is.
In this video review, I share 5 reasons why I believe rhabdomyolysis is occurring in gyms around the world. If you are thinking of joining a gym or hiring a personal trainer, watch this video. It may save you time, suffering, and maybe unexpected medical bills.
Rhabdo In The Gym Video
Be sure to watch for the #5 reason in this video. It's the most unethical tactic I've ever heard of. I've been told it happens in many gyms.
Other Rhabdo Reports
- My Rhabdo Book
- Top 6 Rhabdo Myths
- Rhabdo and Personal Training (hundreds of comments!)
- Mild Case of Rhabdo: Fact or Fiction?
- Can Spinning Cause Rhabdo?
- Is It Rhabdo or Muscle Soreness? How To Tell The Difference
- Can You Die From Rhabdo
- Interview: She Got Rhabdo From Spinning Class
- Interview: Rhabdo with non-typical side effects
- Podcast: Rhabdo Genetic Traits
- Podcast: Rhabdo Facts and Myths
How To Stop Rhabdo From Occurring
The best defense against rhabdomyolysis is education. Listen to your body and don't be afraid to tell a fitness trainer you've had enough. Don't be afraid to walk out of an exercise class if you can't continue. Rhabdo is serious and can sometimes lead to long term problems. There is more to this condition than kidney failure. Please share this with others and help reduce future cases from happening.
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