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Livingston's Gary Holt 'on mend' after 'wee fright' with skeletal muscle breakdown

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Livingston manager Gary Holt admits he had "a wee fright" after being taken on hospital when his blood levels rose to 3,000 times what they should have been.

The 46-year-old ended up with rhabdomyolysis, where skeletal muscle breaks down rapidly, after over-exerting himself in a gym session.



I am back down to normal levels."



"My blood levels were through the roof.

Holt admits "it was a shock to the system" and made him "realise I've got a wife and kids and other people to look after rather than just myself".

Holt, who was taken to hospital two days after his Monday gym session, admits he had not realised the severity of his condition because, apart from sore arms, "everything was internal".

"They didn't believe it was caused by a gym session.
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