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Apr
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revised seeking qualified sports medical advice (USA)
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Apr
19
answered seeking qualified sports medical advice (USA)
Apr
18
answered How Should I Tackle My Routine?
Apr
16
comment Cat -Cow Stretch
I agree with @rrirower to see a physio who will direct you in your exercises esp. since it does not come naturally to you. One session with a physio will probably save you time and give you better results in the long run. They will evaluate tight muscles, joint limitations and muscle weakness to give you a specific program.
Apr
2
answered How can I make my elderly father exercise regularly?
Apr
1
comment Can't sleep at night after workout
@AlexG did you check out your chest pain with your doctor? Different problems can cause chest pain and only your doctor can diagnose it for you.
Mar
16
answered I'm missing my left leg, What can I do for exercise?
Mar
16
comment Flexibility exercises for better posture
You can check out the stretches in this posture q/a. You may also like to lay on yoga foam roll.
Mar
13
comment Increasing ankle (dorsiflexion) mobility
This q/a should have some helpful info for you.
Mar
5
comment Should I go run slowly or not at all
If you are "very thin" and your goal is "to become bigger and fat" I'm not sure that running will help you achieve that goal without adding resistance or weight training and diet.
Mar
4
comment How to keep track of muscle vs fat ratio
How to calculate Body Fat %
Mar
4
revised How to calculate Body Fat %
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Feb
28
revised Are there any rope strength exercises?
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Feb
28
answered Are there any rope strength exercises?
Feb
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Feb
22
comment Taping the back for good posture
While taping or strapping may be a temporary help, correcting your posture using exercise is better for the long term.
Feb
15
comment Does weighlifting have the same benefits as HIIT?
HIIT is not just about sprinting. HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training. Many exercise programs can performed with High Intensity Intervals, whether it is spinting, cycling, swimming, boxing or circuit training. This q/a may give you additional HIIT info.
Feb
12
comment Cycling speed and fitness
Sorry, I can't be of any help as this is beyond my knowledge and probably beyond the scope of the site. There are monitored cardiac exercise programs that would let you know what you can do safely. At the very least I would use a heart rate monitor to see what "pushing" yourself looks like on your heart rate. Good luck.
Feb
12
comment Cycling speed and fitness
Are you using a heart rate monitor and has your doctor given you target heart rate ranges and cleared you for training?
Feb
10
comment Getting fatter with weight training
Tracking your results with specific measurements and pictures may help give you the information you need to continue with or modify your program.