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Sep
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answered What are symptoms of climber's finger
Sep
10
revised Is there such a thing as a minimum amount of exercise per week?
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Sep
10
answered Is there such a thing as a minimum amount of exercise per week?
Sep
9
comment How to get started with exercising without any previous experience?
@Mark, Excellent!
Sep
7
comment Training plan for a sailor at sea
Resistance bands come in various resistance levels and are great for traveling. Suspension bands (like TRX) are also portable, but I'm not sure about how that will work with the waves you describe. This q/a has good ideas for cardio when traveling. Also this q/a has several good suggestions including FitDeck that was developed by a Navy Seal.
Sep
3
comment Running in the same speed or shifting gear?
This q/a will give you some good info - How to Improve Running
Sep
3
comment What is the correct dose and frequency of aerobic exercise for unconditioned middle age people?
@Mephisto, thanks for pointing out the oversight. I added a link to the summary page, and your link will be useful for someone wanting the full pdf.
Sep
3
revised What is the correct dose and frequency of aerobic exercise for unconditioned middle age people?
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Sep
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answered What is the correct dose and frequency of aerobic exercise for unconditioned middle age people?
Aug
29
comment What are water fats and complex fats and how to get rid of them?
nice answer. As far as abdominal fat (aka omentum, visceral fat, or belly fat) and subcutaneous fat being the same, this article may give a better distinction between the two, and why omentum fat is more harmful to your health than subcutaneous fat. (The article also makes mention of a third type of fat in the bloodstream - triglycerides.) Although you can't isolate the omentum from subcutaneous fat, tracking your waist measurement will show if your fat loss is on the right track.
Aug
27
comment Abdominal excercises (with weight) - Easy on the back and fun to do
"due to some bad postures"- This q/a has some good exercises for posture .
Aug
27
comment Abdominal excercises (with weight) - Easy on the back and fun to do
The abdominal exercises in this answer should be easy on the back. You can add weights with the dying bug and bird dog exercises and you back should still be ok.
Aug
27
comment How do I know if I am using my resistance cord in the right way?
You could try folding the band in half and mark midline with a piece of tape. Then you can step equally on either side of the tape. I've never had a problem keeping it even, so that is my best suggestion.
Aug
24
reviewed Approve bodyweight-exercises tag wiki excerpt
Aug
23
comment Does cycling tighten hamstrings?
Have you tried using a foam roller? See this q/a for info on releasing the hamstrings. Touching your toes also requires back flexibility.
Aug
23
reviewed Excellent How do I stop drinking soda?
Aug
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reviewed Satisfactory squats and alignment of knees
Aug
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Aug
23
reviewed Excellent How to compensate swimming overload in the gym?
Aug
22
comment Obese bedridden teen
@DMoore, imo I completely focused on answering the question. Any “insight” as you put it comes directly from the question. I will discuss your other points with you in chat if you want.