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comment How does a bosu ball theoretically work for rehabilitation?
@chrisjee you are welcome.
May
19
answered How does a bosu ball theoretically work for rehabilitation?
May
17
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May
15
comment Exercises for hump at the back of the neck
Have your doctor check it out. As @Sean says there may be medical reasons for a it. If it turns out to be postural, here are some posture related exercises.
May
15
comment Is slow-paced cardio enough?
This question/answer may help to give you the kind of info you are looking for re exercise recommendations. It includes links to the Borg perceived exertion scale and the Karvonen Formula to calculate your target heart rate. These will help you assess your workout levels. You may also be interested in pool running which allows for HIIT without bothering knees.
May
14
comment Which exercise program is better for fat loss?
The x in p90x stands for extreme so if you have "never done any exercise before" you may want to consider p90 without the x. Other programs you may consider. Also, check out some previous q/a: Losing fat, Losing weight
May
13
answered Efficacy of stretch exercises
May
13
answered I'm unable to run because of flat feet. Is there anyway for me to run?
May
7
comment Training to regain monkey bar ability without hurting shoulders
You may also want to check out fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/12323/… for more shoulder info.
May
7
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May
7
comment developing calf and hip flexor flexibility
@Eric, thanks and yes it is a good stretch, but you mention "daily" which is also key. (And I will add that to the answer - thanks.)
May
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answered developing calf and hip flexor flexibility
May
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comment slouched shoulders get better when i open my hands
I asked because when you open your palms and "roll your thumbs out" away from your body, it tends to bring your scapula (shoulder blades) down and back which opens up the chest. But otherwise I don't know why opening the palms without correcting the scapula makes a difference. In addition to the answer you got, you may get some helpful exercises for posture from this question/answer.
May
1
comment Endurance activities and carbohydrates: when are they needed
I don't have the expertise to answer your question directly, but I think you might find, "The Art and Science to Low Carbohydrate Performance" helpful and informative. They point out that with keto-adaptation "carbs can be reduced to an optional nutrient for athletes" as the body stores about 2000kcal of carbs compared to >40,000 kcal of fat. They also discuss the use of VESPA, a fat burning fuel catalyst useful for prolonged events. (Note - the link to the book is from our site's amazon store.)
Apr
30
comment Weight Loss with Hyperthyroidism
Have you worked with a registered dietician to address your diet? Given that you have hyperthyroidism you should have individualized diet instruction imo.
Apr
29
answered 3-Site Skinfold Test Procedure
Apr
28
comment slouched shoulders get better when i open my hands
When you open your palms are your palms facing forwards or backwards?
Apr
20
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Apr
19
answered seeking qualified sports medical advice (USA)
Apr
18
answered How Should I Tackle My Routine?