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Old 06-29-2005, 03:40 PM   #1
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Default 50+ Hours At Work... How To Keep The Gym In???

Alright Im 15 working 7 days a week and its starting to get to me. Ive been keeping up on my workouts but I missed Mon/Tues workout (Monday night I was in Hospital w/a friend)

Tuesday I was so tired (12 hr Day) also I got another one of my headache Ive been getting recently for the past 2-4 weeks... This one was Bad...

But tonights wednesday and im going to workout in about 30-45 mins and I dont know if I can Make up both Mon/ Tues... Or Should I break Mon w/ today and Tuesday w/ tommorrow... Im already tired...

Thx For Your Help...
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Old 06-29-2005, 04:14 PM   #2
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Hmm would it be possible to cut your hours a little bit at work if not thats a shame you possibly could consider goin to gym early in the morning get workout then quick shower then to work.
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Is that even legal to have a minor work more than 40 hrs in a week?

have you seen a doctor about those headaches?
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No, no more than 40 but he may work with say his dad or something helping out all day though I could be wronged or maybe he has 2 jobs and keeps it shushed up about going over 40. But just dome ideas in my head
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Old 06-29-2005, 06:18 PM   #5
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im 16 and some days i work 14 hours (entertainment business) its off the books but i think it is illegal (working that much) and your not allow to work past a certaint time. as far as making up the workouts honestly i would just forget about them dont try to make them up when you miss them they are lost days. I would say workout in the morning if you can then but since your running on the tight schedule coming home late and then working out early in the morning isnt a good idea. try to schedule your time as best as possible and never waste any time during the day thats usually how i will do things if i have lots of stuff to accomplish in one day.
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14 hrs isn't working too much as a minor.

But what exactly is the entertainment business? ;) Do you provide "company" for people? Maybe a lap dance or two? LOL

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no its like 14 hours a day every day for a week and no im not a male stripper lol i always love the response when i tell people the job that i have 99% of the time thats the next question i get. its mostly like being a Dj catering roadie (dj's assistant) mc, things like that
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oh, 14 hours A DAY! That should be illegal for us adults, too! (even though at the moment I work exactly ZERO hours a week)

And how many days do you work 14 hrs? Probably Sat & Sun.

Plus "off the books" is illegal for other reasons, but I doubt anyone really cares about that.

On second thought, PM your Social Security Number and your employers name. I'll contact the IRS and find out for you...(l0l)
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oh, 14 hours A DAY! That should be illegal for us adults, too! (even though at the moment I work exactly ZERO hours a week)

And how many days do you work 14 hrs? Probably Sat & Sun.

Plus "off the books" is illegal for other reasons, but I doubt anyone really cares about that.

On second thought, PM your Social Security Number and your employers name. I'll contact the IRS and find out for you...(l0l)
i worked 4 14 hour days made ALOT of money those few days so the work wasnt that bad, but i was permentatly tired the next day (today)

and the whole IRS thing ill only use that as my weapon if my boss tries to mess with me
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Old 06-29-2005, 08:14 PM   #10
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Linebacker.........Go to the doctor and get the headaches checked.....If you have had them that long there may be serious problems.......I do not want to scare you but I lost my mother to a cerebral anyeurism that ruptured and she died immediately in her sleep (an anyeurism is a weak spot in the blood vessel that creates like a balloon, You can live with them but things like alcohol, high blood pressure, stress etc. has a serious effect on them)........Her complaint for a week or two before.....POUNDING HEADACHES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I do know people that just get serious migraines but man for you sake PLEASE go ang get checked out.......................
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