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Back Cramp Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Back Cramp.

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Smart Ways to Soothe Sore Muscles

Pain is a real, well, pain! How many times have you been gung-ho to start a new workout routine only to feel like you've been hit by a ton of bricks on day two? Something as simple as walking down the stairs can feel like torture. Most of us have...  Read more

Exercise and Your Period

For two years I was a sex-ed teacher. One of my favorite subjects to teach was puberty, which required me to ever-so-gingerly reveal the story of the birds and the bees to a room full of red-faced fourth graders. Over the course of three days, I&rsqu...  Read more

Self-Care Tips for Sick Days

Achooo! Is it a cold? Is it the flu? You may not know what you have, but you know you feel terrible. When SparkPeople members feel under the weather, they usually have the same questions: "What should I eat? Should I still count my calories? If...  Read more

Guide to Herbal Supplements

An estimated 18 million adults use herbs in some form, and the sale of these products continues to increase.   Herbal supplements, which come from plants that have medicinal properties, claim to cure, treat, or prevent disease.&n...  Read more

Reference Guide to Cooling Down

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. What is a Cool Down? A cool down is the act of gradually lowering body temperature, heart rate, and breathing rate following exercise. The...  Read more

just joined and was here before a few yrs back
Updated 9/11/2014 2:39:40 PM

am Pauline and am from Canada was here before had a lot of friends now I have to get back on track once again hope to meet some new people wish me luck and thank you 30...  Read more

Getting Back on Track
Updated 9/12/2014 10:24:23 PM

Hi, I'm Kenneth. I'm a 34-year-old guy living in Oklahoma. I'm 6'0" and 225 lbs (and not the athletic NFL running back sort of 225). I have used my desk job, married life, and being a father as excuses for not eating healthy and not exercising for...  Read more

After working out, do you eat back the calories yo
Updated 9/10/2014 5:37:40 PM

After working out, do you eat back the calories you burn?...  Read more

Back to Spark
Updated 9/10/2014 10:18:25 PM

starting back on Spark for 3rd time. Have a fitbit zip (just tracks activity, not sleep and is $40 cheaper than other fitbit trackers). Dr. prescribed Adipex (phentermine); will start tomorrow. Had success in past with Weight watchers, but like s...  Read more

I am. back
Updated 9/10/2014 12:51:27 PM

I was a member back in 2009 I am now 70 years old and still need to get back to a descent weight. I have a lot more challenges now. My walking is almost nothing because of back pain. I was very active even with my weight two years ago. Now I walk...  Read more

Mustard for leg cramps

I know it sounds crazy, but eating some plain old yellow mustard when you get a leg cramp will relieve that cramp in a matter of seconds. Don't ask me how it work but dip a teaspoon in the jar and eat about a half-inch worth from what sticks to the...  Read more

When PMS slows me down

I used to always use the excuse that PMS was keeping me from exercising; literally, I would miss days of work/school b/c it (PPD, severe cramps etc.) can be so debilitating. But this time is different: I spend more time on spark, researching and gain...  Read more

On The Scale Again

This team is for those who have slipped up, gained some or all of their weight back and now want to seriously lose those extra pounds for good....  Read more

When Too Much Water Can Cause Problems for Runners

For many runners, our biggest concern after injury, is becoming dehydrated, especially when temperatures start to sore and our mileage begins to creep up. While dehydration can be an issue, overhydration can be an even more dangerous issue, particula...  Read more

How Your Food Choices Affect Your Health

When you're constantly plowing through mile-long to-do lists and putting out family fires (the kids are fighting...again; the dog left you a "present" in the living room; you're out of OJ), it's easy to blame stress for whatever...  Read more