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
If you love running as much as I do, you know how frustrating it is when an injury puts the activity you enjoy on hold. Many runners face injury at one time or another, which isn't surprising, given the strain that running can put on your jo... Read more
When cartilage that cushions your joints begins to breakdown faster than your body can replace it, you develop osteoarthritis. Without this protective tissue, the bones in your joints rub together, causing pain, tenderness, swelling and stiffness. Lo... Read more
If your knees are giving you problems, and you feel like the Tin Man from "The Wizard of Oz" when getting out of bed, you’re not alone. Nearly 50 million Americans feel the same way.
Knees are the most commonly injured joints in... Read more
Hey guys! I was wondering what do you all think the best exercise out there is for fat loss. I gain my weight in my stomach, buttocks and thighs. I have been walking and doing sit ups and using a leg magic exercise machine and I'm not seeming to make... Read more
After a skiing injury, I am on crutches and using Coach Nicole's seated video workouts. My problem is that they are sometimes hard to find. Sometimes the category 'seated workouts' shows up on the right side and sometimes it does not. Does anyone... Read more
I had a car accident back in November and I did some damage to my neck and back. I have received word from my physiotherapist and doctor that I can do some light exercise. Any suggestions on what would be a good way to start.... Read more
Hi out there. I'm wanting to have a little cheer-leader on my shoulder that might keep me motivated and help with my resolve. I'm generally a quiet home-body which is why this site caught my eye.. Some one out there want to adopt me and give me a lit... Read more
Just wondering if anyone else feels the same as me about all of this! Apologizes a head of time for a very negative post, I'm just trying to get everything out and be host :)
First off I already know it's not supposed to be a 'diet' it's suppose... Read more
Small movements I've found that relieve the pain. I"ve been in pain for the last week, and found that if I moved my hip, (the one on the side of the painful knee) the way Cancan dancers do, -- it looks like they're moving their knee, when in fact, th... Read more
I have arthritis and have had surgery on one knee and to help the pain I exercise even if it hurts because later the pain goes away and I feel better. I don't necessarily advise with all pain but for arthritis it helps a lot. A bicycle helps a lot an... Read more
Ask any runner, or non-runner for that matter, what one of the most common running injuries is and invariably many will mention patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS)--AKA runner's knee. It has been reported that as many as 70% of all runners will suf... Read more
For many of us, exercise is the part of the day we look forward to. But for those who struggle with chronic pain, working out isn't enjoyable. It hurts. Knees are particularly vulnerable to pain during exercise (and afterwards). There... Read more
I have been having terrible joint pain in my knees 46 , so I was searching Spark for ideas. I came across an article which provided some exercises and stretches to help alleviate knee pain. I'm going to copy them here, since I can't save the artic... Read more
I got the following information from www.bigkneepain.com/knee-exercises.html
Knee Exercises (Many of these exercises can be found right here at SP, this just singles out those that are most helpful for bad knees.)
*NOTE: Only do one exerc... Read more
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