After doing push-ups and chin-ups, is it normal to feel weak and tired in the arms, back, shoulder, and collar bone area?
If you have just started exercising then it is completely normal to feel a little tired at the beginning. As you go exercising regularly your body will start to get used it. But I suggest you to go slow with smaller bouts and increase as you go on.
You may also not be taking a proper diet. Get some carbohydrates and proteins in your body.
And most importantly make sure to get enough sleep (at least 7hrs a day). A tired body isn't fit for exercises.
Hope this helps you.
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