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Ankle Pain Hiking Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Ankle Pain Hiking.

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Quick and Easy Stretching Routine

When you're short on time, proper stretching can be the first thing to go! That's why we created this short and effective full-body stretching routine that you can breeze through in fewer than five minutes. Remember to warm up first and never...  Read more

Exercise Safety Tips for Beginners

Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to incorporate regular exercise into your healthy lifestyle, and take advantage of the its numerous benefits. Smart move. But like many good things, exercise can also be risky—especially if i...  Read more

Types of Arthritis

When you hear the term "arthritis," you probably imagine painful and stiff joints. While that is pretty accurate (arthritis literally means "joint inflammation"), there are actually over 100 different types of arthritis, which is...  Read more

Exercising with a Stability Ball

A fitness trend is sweeping the nation that involves balancing oneself on an oversized ball while performing functional resistance movements. The ball is referred to as a "physio" or "Swiss" ball and has grabbed the attention of n...  Read more

Exercises to Improve Your Posture

If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then posture is a lens to our health. Sit and stand with proper posture and you will physically look 10 years younger—and 10 pounds lighter. Psychologically, good posture conveys confidence, poise and le...  Read more

Any tips for learning how to run with weak ankles?
Updated 4/23/2016 10:18:56 PM

Any tips for learning how to run with weak ankles? This is my 2nd run with bad ankle pain which kept me from running before. I run 1 day and take 2 days off before my next run....  Read more

I hate it when I do things that cause others pain.
Updated 4/23/2016 9:56:26 PM

I hate it when I do things that cause others pain. Its an accident but it hurts...  Read more

Having a chronic pain condition makes losing weight really difficult, but when my husband said, "You
Updated 4/23/2016 2:45:05 PM

Having a chronic pain condition makes losing weight really difficult, but when my husband said, "You're losing weight - I'm going to start counting my calories!" I felt amazing!...  Read more

Anybody following No Grain, No Pain, Peter Osborne
Updated 4/23/2016 10:59:28 AM

Anybody following No Grain, No Pain, Peter Osborne?...  Read more

Didn't get any exercise today.. Had chest pains an
Updated 4/21/2016 10:39:41 PM

Didn't get any exercise today.. Had chest pains and got put in the hospital. Thankfully it was low potassium and muscle spasms. Hopefully I will get going again Monday.. Gotta rest a few days😞...  Read more

I LOVE My Pedometer! Even Through Recovery!

My ankle has been bothering me and I've learned about the importance of recovery. If we continue to "push through" pain, our bodies cannot heal and we set ourselves further and further back. Now, I'm not using my pedometer to measure how far I can...  Read more

Stay Sprain-Free And Active

Nearly half of all on-the-job injuries in the United States involve sprains and strains. You don't have to be working to suffer the same fate. For example, Carla Lackey and her husband thought they spotted the perfect Memorial Day adventure in thei...  Read more

Let's go Hiking

People who want to get out into nature and explore the world through hiking, backpacking, walking, biking, or anything else that helps us get in touch with nature and achieve our goals....  Read more

We Tried It: Vibram Barefoot Running Shoes

The Internet--including the SparkPeople Message Boards--have been abuzz for the recently with talk of barefoot running. Member CAMPB528 wrote me, asking to review her beloved Vibram Five Fingers barefoot running shoes. A few weeks later, she tracked...  Read more

You Asked: ''How Can I Exercise with a Sprained Ankle?

When recovering from a sprain, the first goal is to slowly regain a full range of movement. The first 24 hours are important for icing, rest and elevation to reduce the amount of inflammation. It's important to start rehabilitation exercises as s...  Read more