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It depends on your goal as a runner; are you looking to compete? Or perhaps you are just looking to maintain good cardiovascular fitness, or lose weight? What is necessary for all runners, regardless of your overall goal is to protect yourself against potential injury. A study by Runner's World put the annual injury rate for runners at 66%. The most common ...


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I have had asthma since I was 3 and exercise in the gym regularly; I also live in humid weather as well. At the beginning, even with no attacks, when you do cardio you will find yourself breathing a little heavily. Consistently training, I actually feel much better with higher tolerance to stimulants (hate spring though); it really helps minimize the asthma ...


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I've had asthma since I was born, and keep a rescue inhaler with me all the time. Different things trigger asthma for different people, and also the triggers can change with time. Typically as you age your triggers get fewer and you're more aware of what they are so things are less surprising. Not all gyms are the same: some are closed in shoeboxes with bad ...


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Gyms are dirty places. People constantly moving will raise dust and pollen into the air. Mold will spread from damp gym clothes improperly dried and sneakers. Keep your inhaler on-hand. If you have issues with allergy-induced asthma, consider the potential benefits of wearing something over your mouth and nose to reduce contaminants. Sure, you'll look a bit ...


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I am 27 and I have been underweight for many years. Well this is your actual issue, and what your question should be based on. Will these products help you achieve your goal of adding weight? Realistically, no. Supplements are meant to do just that, supplement what the body is missing. Of that list, the only product I would recommend is whey protein ...


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As Eric indicated in his response, supplements aren't really necessary if you have a well-balanced diet. In fact, unless you’re planning to participate at a high athletic level, or, you plan on training very intensely, and, you don’t have ready access to nutritious food, you probably don’t need them. The supplement industry is a multi-billion dollar ...


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if there are any side effect Glutamine can cause your stools to loosen a bit. The other stuff may have additional ingredients, and whey protein is a fairly typical food source found in a lot of products you probably already consume. the dosage of these supplements You'll want to read the labels. whether I should take them daily or ...


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If you live in an area where you have a choice here are some considerations to help you decide who you want to see. Certification - Look for an orthopedic physician certified in the sports medicine subspecialty and check to see that their certification is current. In the U.S. sports certified physical therapists will have SCS initials after their name. ...



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