I lied about being in good shape in a job interview and I was called about it today and I got the job that I will probably be physically incapable of doing for more than 2 hours.
What do I do?
quit? idk what to tell you mate. you cant magically fitness yourself up and they are going to fire you anyways. simply go to your boss and say
>i underestimated how taxing this job would be. I thought i could handle it and im sorry i wasted your time.
What do y'all think my chances are at just winging it? I'm going to get killed in the first few days but it should get easier if I don't get fired before that, right?
I mean, hell. I've never gotten a job before. I've literally never had one. I can't fuck this one up.
Been there. You'll be fine OP. The first month will suck dick while your body adjusts and muscles grow, but most jobs with a fitness requirement don't actually push you to the max required all the time.
Keep hydrated, stretch before work and keep a bottle of aleve on you.
I'll be working in the storage of this factory, carrying/pulling crates. I figured lifting a 45-pound box to my head level wasn't that hard before they had me do that during the interview.
How does one get adderall?
Just pre job jitters. I did this same thing, held the job for 4 years until i got sick of the managers.
Alieve, sorry. It's naproxen and ibuprofen. Good for muscle pain. Aspirin works in a pinch too, just make sure you take the recommended dose.
Hydration is the key. You'll sleep well regardless, your body will be too tired for anything else. You'll probably wake up with numbness in your arms and major muscle groups for a few weeks. Nothing to worry about, that's your muscles demanding more blood than your body is used to supplying. It'll stop after a while.
What job did you get?
Learn the technique and ignore that other fag. 45 pounds once isn't a big deal. 45 pounds over and over again for 8 hours a day? That's a beast.
Still my earlier advice stands. Alieve and hydration. Protein shakes aren't a bad idea either after you've worked hard, they can help with muscle.
You should see if /fit/ has any advice for you. You'll probably get some shit for letting yourself get like this, but those guys can help you get stronger too.
>45 pounds once isn't a big deal.
That's how I figured it when I applied for the job
>45 pounds over and over again for 8 hours a day? That's a beast.
That's what I'm worried about.
Hydration, protein, sleep, work. That should do, right?
Yeah, that and a good attitude (not fake happy shit, but a willingness to try and do the job and listen to people with advice and experience on the job if they offer you pointers).
Not gonna lie man, it's going to suck for a month or two, but you'll get stronger and get used to it.
That's my only selling point. I'm dumb, honest, and work real hard to compensate. I didn't really even believe they'd buy it but they freaking did, and now I have a job.
I have autism-level pain tolerance (asperger's syndrome is pretty much the shittiest superpower) but I think I can handle the first few months.
I know some weightlifting-basics, I'll do my best.