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Sep
18
comment Improving breathing in a deeply bent leg situation (diaphragm compression?)
No, you may very well be compressing your abdomen and affecting the diaphragm, I just disagree with your corollary that it is being caused by the legs. More likely a curling in of the upper body/torso, rather than having a straight back.
Sep
18
comment Is it safe for me to run an 8k in 30 minutes?
Yeah, our school had 22 boys between varsity/jv and 20ish girls, IIRC.
Sep
18
comment Is LCHF diet the best and easy way to loose fat?
They are for when it is related to fitness, not just "Hey, I work out" or "Hey, wanna loose [sic] fat". And some tags are from the early days of the site when nutrition was on topic.
Sep
18
comment Is it safe for me to run an 8k in 30 minutes?
The lettering depends on the talent around him and the team standards. Our high school, mid 18's wouldn't have gotten you on the varsity (in 1985). But, a newer team across town, mid 18's would have put you in the #1 or #2 slot. YMMV.
Sep
18
comment Improving breathing in a deeply bent leg situation (diaphragm compression?)
Your diaphragm runs side to side at the bottom of your ribcage. You shouldn't have much impact to it even in a pike stretch unless you are curling/compressing your upper body/torso. Almost nothing you can do with your legs should affect it.
Sep
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I stretch the shin muscles?
Sep
17
comment Is LCHF diet the best and easy way to loose fat?
This is off topic. There is nothing resembling a workout regimen or fitness relation. It's a straight diet question.
Sep
17
comment Is it safe for me to run an 8k in 30 minutes?
It may or may not be safe, we don't know your fitness level. You can certainly try, but 6 minute miles is a pretty decent pace. At 5'9ish and 120 lbs, you certainly have a perfect cross country runners build.
Sep
17
comment Why do I keep regaining weight and feel lethargic on my diet?
The net calcium effect of protein is beneficial, actually. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20717017
Sep
16
comment How to keep swimming stroke consistent while swimming?
Trekker - We can certainly discuss it in chat, but I'm of the general opinion that TI teaches a safe stroke that at least allows people to complete swims. I very much disagree that it teaches any kind of a fast stroke, except for those that it "clicks" with. I'm not against TI in general, but I try to steer people that want to be more competitive as swimmers away from it.
Sep
16
revised Exercises without arms
edited body
Sep
16
comment Exercises without arms
-1. He's got a "bad injury" from hand through elbow, and you want him to cycle with it? Even jogging/running can have a jarring effect. The only right answer is for the OP to see a doctor.
Sep
16
comment How to keep swimming stroke consistent while swimming?
Mmm...TI is ok if you have never swum before. It teaches a stroke that can be done, but (in my experience) can rarely produce a fast swimmer.
Sep
16
comment Leukonychia with an athletic person, how to treat it? Zinc?
Red, blue, purple, brown/orange, black are all urine colors denoting some sort of disease/injury process.
Sep
15
comment Is it possible to get taller after 25?
Possible? Maybe. If your growth plates haven't closed, then yes it's possible. At 26 however, it's highly unlikely unless you have one of a few different growth abnormalities. If you are really worried, talk to a doctor and have your growth plates x-rayed.
Sep
12
comment Leukonychia with an athletic person, how to treat it? Zinc?
This is a poor answer to a bad question.
Sep
12
comment Leukonychia with an athletic person, how to treat it? Zinc?
Other than you say the phrase "VO2 max training", how is this fitness related?
Sep
10
comment losing side and back fat
Spot reduction is a myth. The only way to not put it on there is not have enough fat that your body wants to put it there. Bodyfat works on the LIFO (Last In, First Out), so if you put fat on there first, it will come off from there last.
Sep
7
comment What happens when you train one specific muscle (ex, biceps), and you don't eat enough protein?
I have voted your question as being off topic. If you read through the help section, you will note "What if" questions are not allowed. You can edit your question to try and improve it.
Sep
7
comment Cardio in swimming : long distances or interval training?
@glougloubarbaki - reread the third paragraph. You're already at that level.