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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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Tight clothing as opposed to a tight single point

If I were to wear a tight piece of cloth or rope around one part of my body, it would certainly be bad for my health, and for example the sleeves of my shirt are tight, and my arm is starting to ...
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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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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 ...