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Stress Fracture Lower Back Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Stress Fracture Lower Back.

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Tips and Hints to Deal with Shin Splints

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

An Active Approach to Managing Menopause

You’ve heard the jokes and the horror stories. But often, faced with the onset of menopause, most of us don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Luckily, if you’re determined to stay fit—or get fit— there’s no time...  Read more

All about Vitamins

It can be easy to lose track of all the vitamins out there. It's even easier to forget how exactly they help our bodies. Let’s see, vitamin A heals wounds and vitamin C improves eyesight, wait, what was it again?  There are so many, it...  Read more

Health and Fitness Benefits of Walking

Starting a regular walking program offers numerous health and fitness benefits! Good for your heart: Walking regularly can help reduce high blood pressure and high cholesterol, both of which contribute to heart disease. According...  Read more

7 Times It's OK to Skip a Workout

Sometimes when we miss a workout, we know full well that we are just making "the dog ate my homework" types of excuses that wouldn't fool anyone—not even you! But then there are the times when we have a valid reason for skipping a...  Read more

Gotta get back on track. Have been really bad for
Updated 5/31/2016 3:47:05 PM

Gotta get back on track. Have been really bad for the last two weeks, I know it happens every so often. Time to begin again...  Read more

Finally passed my school course and I am back on t
Updated 5/31/2016 7:08:40 PM

Finally passed my school course and I am back on track! Bring on the summer :)...  Read more

Back agai, anyone using shakeogy?
Updated 5/31/2016 3:24:06 PM

Back agai, anyone using shakeogy?...  Read more

I think I pulled a muscle in my back, or maybe I s
Updated 5/31/2016 1:44:32 PM

I think I pulled a muscle in my back, or maybe I should say SOME muscles because it hurts on both sides of my back! Oh how it hurts! I'm able to walk more so I'll be doing some walking today! Ouch......  Read more

Back and forth back and forth. Gain 2 lose 3. Gain
Updated 5/31/2016 1:45:21 PM

Back and forth back and forth. Gain 2 lose 3. Gain 1 lose 1. Still around 162 to 164lbs. It's been 2 months of this plateau. Guess it's better than gaining but still stinks. Lots of bbq and bday parties. Chasing kids must be what'd helping....  Read more

Can Exercise Control Back Pain?

Can Exercise Control Back Pain?10 Rules for Exercising When You're SickMost people know regular exercise will improve their appearance and general health, but few realize the positive effects that good physical conditioning can have on their low back...  Read more

Computer abs tightening exercise is working for me.

I used coach Nicole's video and she stressed pull in the abs when walking. Many rainy days I did not walk outdoors. I did videos they are not so easy to pull in abs.I was doing an exercise at the computer and realised my abs are much tighter. Now i s...  Read more

THE WALKING WARRIORS_Sisters in Sweat

Rain or Shine, Indoor or Outdoor Walk, WALK & WALK SOME MORE. Lose Weight, Inches, and Stress with support every Step & Mile along the way! "Every day is a great day to take a walk" ~Leslie Sansone...  Read more

How Strong Are Your Bones?

One of the most serious problems associated with menopause is the increased risk of bone loss as a result of hormonal shifts. This is the first of series of four blogs I'll be writing on bone health, and in this blog I'll cover information on...  Read more

How to Prevent Weight Gain When You're Injured

Exercising regularly can be a challenge for many people even when they are healthy and injury-free. To maintain your fitness level, you have to be committed—and consistent—in your exercise routine. In my new book, The Art of Fitness: A Jo...  Read more