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Doing stairs: Detrimental to your knees?
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Generic Answer: Any activity that is done too much too quickly can result in injury. However, many activities - that are slowly built up over time - can be done for an entire lifespan without ...

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How quickly can a runner drain lactic acid out of his quads?
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Keep in mind lactic acid generation itself is actually a good thing - it's just directly correlated with other fatiguing mechanisms. Lactic acid (via the "lactate shuttle") allows for eventual further ...

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Do handstand push ups and pike push ups work the posterior deltoid
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JohnP is correct that the posterior deltoid is not really used in those exercises. I would add that most upper body exercises (bodyweight or not) tend to overuse shoulder internal rotators vs external ...

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How long can the work periods in HIIT be?
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What are your goals? My experience (anecdotal and exercise physiology knowledge) says that for more broad ranging adaptions, 4-6 minute intervals are superior to very short term (i.e. 20 seconds). ...

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Slimming legs with exercise and diet
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It sounds like your legs have significant lean tissue mass (and not excess fat). If that is the case, the solution is a bit more extreme. I normally wouldn't suggest it to anyone but if you really ...

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fastest way to burn calories?
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Running is generally a good exercise for burning calories as the RPE (rate of perceived exertion) is relatively low for a given workload, so you can sustain a high rate of calories burned per minute. ...

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Any exercises to strengthen and lift foot arches?
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In general, think about all the articulated movements you can do with your ankle / toes, and practice those with progressively increasing resistance. In specific, one good arch exercise is to take ...

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How to convert difference in elevation into distance?
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The following calculator leverages more recent studies on determining the relationship between incline gradient, velocity, and calories in addition to in the field experiment data: Calcuator.

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