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Sep
8
comment Suggestion for obesity weight loss program
The answers to this question may help you get started. It is specific to someone else, but a lot of the info will apply to you too. Also, the person who asked gives a successful update.
Sep
6
answered How is this quad exercise called?
Sep
5
comment How should a proper stretching workout look like? How to warm up for it?
You are very welcome.
Sep
3
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Sep
1
answered Should I get rid of my office chair ?
Sep
1
comment Warm ups for swimming?
While not a full answer, this article gives some warm up ideas, some dynamic stretches and some after workout passive stretches.
Sep
1
answered How should a proper stretching workout look like? How to warm up for it?
Aug
27
comment How should a proper stretching workout look like? How to warm up for it?
For information about setting up your regular stretching program check out fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/2940/…. To better address your questions please give us an idea of what your goals are for your stretching program: ? increased overall flexibility, injury prevention, goal of stretching at work: postural correction, etc.
Aug
27
comment How should a proper stretching workout look like? How to warm up for it?
For a full explanation as to why you shouldn't do passive stretching before exercise or sports see explainationhttp://fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/2940/daily-stretch-routin‌​e-to-increase-flexibilty-and-overall-fitness
Aug
23
answered How do i increase bone density or size through physical exercise?
Aug
14
answered Exercises that can replace squats?
Aug
11
comment How to get rid of nerve pinch in shoulder?
Good luck. If you study the shoulder before you see someone, you can ask better questions and get better information from them. Find a good pro - sadly all pros are not alike.
Jul
28
answered Is increasing lung capacity a misnomer?
Jul
27
comment Chest pain while running over 160 bpm
Yes you should have it checked out by your doctor. Pain or pressure in the chest esp. during exercise may be a warning sign. Only your doctor can tell you if it is a health problem or not. The NIH describes chest pain or discomfort: "This involves uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness, or pain in the center or left side of the chest that can be mild or strong. This discomfort or pain often lasts more than a few minutes or goes away and comes back."
Jul
16
answered Teres minor rehab isolation exercises
Jul
16
answered How many calories would a programmer (or somebody who is mostly at a desk) burn on a daily basis?
Jul
12
comment Back and neck problems from sitting in front of a computer
Also see this question for exercises to improve poor sitting posture.
Jul
6
answered Is there any stretch (or place I can apply pressure) that specifically targets the ACL?
Jul
5
answered What is a good early morning stretch routine?
Jul
5
comment Signs in reduction of belly fat
I agree with @Dave about the skin calipers. Also, what is your waist circumference measurement? These two measurements will tell you if you are on the right track.