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Jul
15
comment Substitute powerlifting exercises for healing wrist injury
Did you see a hand therapist already? It sounds like extending your wrist is causing the pain. Sometimes a simple maneuver can restore the joint position of the little bones of the wrist.
Jul
11
comment Injured bicep, will it now be susceptible to future injury?
Just a point of clarification on the difference between a strain and a sprain.
Jul
10
comment Where does energy come from?
This q/a about aerobic vs anaerobic exercise will give you an introduction to energy use in the body. The energy does not come directly from calories in the stomach. It is produced by one of two processes to generate a molecule called ATP which is stored for use by the body.
Jul
6
comment Which muscle or tendon inserts on the front of the thigh and bears more load when the knees are flexed than extended?
Good, glad that helps.
Jul
6
answered Which muscle or tendon inserts on the front of the thigh and bears more load when the knees are flexed than extended?
Jul
6
comment Pain in Front Part of Leg
You may also want to see how you are landing - rearfoot or forefoot (anterior). There is information on running techniques in this answer fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/11858/… quoting, "Overall, runners who reported utilizing a more anterior footstrike pattern reported fewer injuries than rearfoot striking runners".
Jul
6
comment Pain in Front Part of Leg
Limiting Shin Splints has good information. Since you are new to running you may want to look into your running surfaces, shoes, running form and exercise - dynamic warm-up, flexibility and strengthening. Look at the link to "ankle dorsi-flexors" for a good strengthening exercise for your lower leg. Hip musculature strength is also important in preventing lower leg injuries and pain.
Jul
3
comment What lower back muscle or tendon is located near the inside of the iliac crest and helps rotate the femur?
If you've had an accident you should really go by what your therapist says. It can be an ongoing process depending on what you hurt. As you can tell by looking at the muscles and the pelvis, it is complicated. But now that you have researched and have a better idea you will probably get more out of therapy and make better progress. Good luck.
Jun
29
answered Making stamina for running
Jun
29
answered What lower back muscle or tendon is located near the inside of the iliac crest and helps rotate the femur?
Jun
29
comment What lower back muscle or tendon is located near the inside of the iliac crest and helps rotate the femur?
See if these are the twin bumps you are describing. If so, this is part of the SI (sacro-iliac) joint, not a muscle. If you have pain here, you may want to check with a physio and ask about Don Tigny mobilizations and exercises.
Jun
26
revised How to ease tight soleus
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Jun
26
answered How to ease tight soleus
Jun
24
comment Exhaling properly underwater?
See how to properly breathe while swimming freestyle. There is a link to an article about exhaling.
Jun
24
comment Is there a benefit to doing crunches over sit-ups?
Also see optimal exercises for an abdominal workout.
Jun
23
reviewed Close Is this a suitable diet for weight loss?
Jun
23
reviewed Close How much fat I can safely lose?
Jun
21
comment How much fat I can safely lose?
Also, here is a chart for healthy levels of body fat.
Jun
21
comment How much fat I can safely lose?
Have you checked this q/a about body fat measurements?
Jun
19
comment How to develop sensitivity of hands and arms?
@hhh, I edited my answer to help make it clearer. Thanks