Exercise beginners usually try to make up for lost time by going all out their first week. The result? Injury or intense soreness. Pain does not necessarily mean gain.
Many injuries occur at joints, where bones meet and provide motion. An enormo... Read more
It’s a common problem for many who exercise. It makes everyday activity difficult, and scares a lot of people away from any physical activity. It’s lower back pain. For those of you who suffer from it, there is hope. While there... Read more
Many people struggle with pain. Whether it's short term from an injury or chronic due to disc issues, neuropathy or Fibromyalgia, we all want to find relief. Pain clinics and medical interventions are great places to begin, but some pain sufferer... Read more
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
The phrase "shin splint" is a generic term that describes pain in the lower leg, either on the medial (inside) or lateral (outside) side of the shin bone. This pain usually begins as a dull ache that can't be pinpointed; it can be felt... Read more
I've been using the calorie burning exercise charts & recently realized that it charts standing as burning more calories than walking does? How can that be? Even when I use the GPS tracker & am going up steep hills. It makes me skeptical as 2accuracy... Read more
Dose any out there use only (IE) exercise tracker or food tracker? I find the food tracker to time consuming. But I love all other things spark application has to offer. I'm feeling guilty about this.... Read more
For starting exercise, walking is a great first step. Over time, increase speed and distance. It's free exercise and will get you stronger and fitter so you can start doing more! Then move onto free videos, either spark ones, or look on you-tube.... Read more
I have used the excuse of pain from neuropathy and low back to keep me from going back to exercising. I chose this week to plug ahead despite pain.Secret: It is easier to excuse ourselves away than doing what we can in small doses.306... Read more
The remedy for back pain used to be rest and more rest. But recent guidelines say that the key to beating back pain is in staying active. Here, how to treat and prevent an aching back. How to Treat Back PainThere's nothing like all-consuming back... Read more
By Sandra Gordon, Family CircleCount yourself lucky if you've never groaned about your back. Fact is, the majority of us (80 percent) will deal with back pain at some point. It's one of the most common reasons for a doctor visit. Deciding how... Read more
I've made my goal of working up to walking for an hour -- 61 minutes as of this morning. But for much of the time I'm walking, I'm experiencing lower pack pain. Not agonizing, but more than the dull pain that I often feel. The dilemma for me is to... Read more
I am having to take a break from the gym. I have no idea what is going on with my back. I've been experiencing some really sharp pain in my lower back. I thought it was just a period thing, but I have never had my back hurt like this before. I can ha... Read more
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