Exercise-induced or exertion headaches. Note that I am not a doctor, and this is not medical advice.
-About 1 in 100 people will experience these, and there are 2 kinds. The first usually presents as throbbing headaches that last between 5 mins to 2 days. The secondary type, more serious, is usually related to an underlying medical problem that presents as an EH. This is indicated with vomiting, neck stiffness, and other symptoms. Here's an article by the Mayo Clinic you might want to skim.
-If you don't like reading, watch this video about EHs.
-Some common theories for why these happen include changes in blood flow and low blood sugar. If this happens to you, see your doctor. Ice packs can help once they occur, but doing neck flexion/extension mobility, sleeping, eating, and hydrating well are the best preventative measures.
Really useful practical advice regarding EH.
Also, in case you thought we were getting jacked, just note our main focus is getting strong. Scroll through the not great for work images of bodybuilders and read about rep ranges and training methods. No one's naked but your cube mate might be a little nonplussed. Bodybuilding vs. powerlifting. Maybe I should have added a survey question to see if y'all wanted to work on the pump? (JK but please fill out the survey in the post below).
1 min on, 1 min off, for 3 total rounds of 1.5/1 pood kb swings.
5-5-5 DB Z press each hand
Foam roller, and stretch overhead position. Roll out hamstrings.
Z Press with barbell. Spotters on these if you don't have the Rogue supports. Or just make sure the bar clears your legs, you know. Keep abs tight and maintain hamstring tension through the lift. We're not just chillin' on the ground, we're holding our bodies tight for maximum tension.