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How often does running or weight lifting cause capillary bursts?

I exercise every alternate day - which means 7 times a fortnight. I mix it up ever so often, but I generally do a mixture of about 45 minutes of cardio (either a run at >10.5 or intervals on the ...
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Leg Abductor Tremble

Today was my fourth or fifth time using the thigh abductors at the gym, and since I began, my inner thighs tremble. I found a similar question here, which has a good explanation of the different ...
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martial arts for SLE Patient

I'm 26 and it's about 5 years that i have SLE. I wander what is good martial art for not only gain fitness and good for my health but be good for self-defense? thanks.
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Red meat cancer risk after removing adipositas cancer risk

While reading alot of unciting or badby citing popular science literature (I hope this is the right term for non-academic content that tries to explain scientific facts to the general public) I came ...
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Blocked nose and exercise

I've been having a blocked nose in one nostril for a very, very long time. Whenever I go running, I notice that the blocked nose clears; but each time I end my exercise, it returns. Has anyone ever ...
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How does the body stabilize without valsalva maneuver?

This is a follow up question to How to breathe in lifts requiring tight core (squats, deadlifts). There Berin Loritsch explains in his excellent answer when to apply valsalva and why. However ...