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This happened to me when I started doing vigorous yoga again after an extended period of absence. My flexor muscles would cramp in simple things like child pose, but my base foot would always cramp during balance postures. It went away after a few weeks, in combination with the exercise and corrective measures. My primary training is as a massage therapist ...


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Nothing concrete for you here but I have found that having a packed neck when doing overheads helps reduce any shoulder pain ( I subluxated my shoulder years ago ). Packing seems to open my shoulders range of motion up for some reason.


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I have exactly the same problem. This was in both shoulders but the left eased off but the right was really stiff. The physio diagnosed the problem which was a 'frozen shoulder'. Stretching exercises 6 times a day to get the ball joint free and start being more flexible. This will work but need to keep up with exercises and always keep active which will ...


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With the amount you're running (daily, 1-1.5 hours) it is most likely that you have developed IT band syndrome. It is an inflammation of the ilio-tibial band as it passes over the lateral epicondyle. In other words a ligament is sore on the side of your leg just above the knee joint. The pain is in non weight bearing so as you straighten your knee rather ...


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The only way you can figure out if it is serious is to go to a doctor or a PT. If you don't want to do that, you could try foam rolling the area. If it is related to muscles or tendons that can help.


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I recommend rolling the bottoms of your feet with a tennis ball; that should help loosen things up nicely.


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I had exactly this pain, unfortunately I can't recap the explaination I got from my physical therapist, but essentially it was an inbalance issue. Try this, keep your arms straight, hands facing eachother, about 20 cm appart, as low as possible, i.e. below your waist, then raise them slowly in front of you, arms straight, until hey are directly above your ...


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Shoulders shoulders shoulders. Shoulder problems more often than not are caused by an over-developed chest in relation to back. This leads to posture problems. Think of it when you're sitting at the PC your arms are facing forward, when you're driving, cooking, reading, etc all the same stance stretching out the already weak back and rear delt. I think ...



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