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NASFKAB SparkPoints: (202,888)
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3/6/13 11:56 P

have to get myself checked its more a numb feeling

FAWNZIB SparkPoints: (10,643)
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3/2/13 8:01 P

MY outer thighs did in the beginning. I send my son to a PT and when I addressed it with him he said it was muscle use,nothing serious but to stretch well before and after walking. You have to stretch...I used to just get on that treadmill and walk. Wrong. Please think of the muscles you're using....they need a warm up dear.

GOODWITCH333 SparkPoints: (13,321)
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2/25/13 11:35 A

You need to see a podiatrist and have your gait checked. You could be either over or under pronating. Orthotics may help correct your gait and eliminate your pain. Good Luck.

NASFKAB SparkPoints: (202,888)
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2/25/13 4:04 A

cant go to physical therapy

TATTER3 SparkPoints: (254,233)
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2/17/13 5:52 A

Oh I felt it alright!!!....I had to stop walking several times....felt severe pulling, cramping, pain, etc...from the top of the left hip to just above the outer left thigh starting about 10 minutes into the walk. Sounds silly but I found a way to favor another direction and after about a week, it finally resolved. I did a lot of stretching and just kept walking. Out of shape and had to build up to it! Don 't give up!!!

MIZKAREN SparkPoints: (212,193)
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2/16/13 9:46 A

If you are having pain you may need to do some core and back exercises. I went to physical therapy and that is what they had me do.

PEGGIE57 SparkPoints: (93,056)
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2/15/13 11:26 P

My thigh pain is on the front. They're trying to help me with balance.

NASFKAB SparkPoints: (202,888)
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2/15/13 10:43 P

have a pain after walking for some time

BEMORESTUBBORN Posts: 3,631
1/14/13 8:44 P

Pain or soreness? If you are beginning an exercise program, it's common to feel soreness - sometimes bordering on pain - and it goes away with time as your body adapts to the workout. If you are not a beginner and you are feeling pain, it's a good idea to have it checked out by a doctor.

CAT-IN-CJ SparkPoints: (67,454)
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1/13/13 11:15 P

Check out Coach Nicole's exercise demos and videos for runners on SparkPeople

Sure has helped me a lot!

PSHOWS SparkPoints: (5,831)
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1/13/13 7:16 P

Thanks, Tatter. At least I know someone else gets that. I hope it improves for you. Anni

TATTER3 SparkPoints: (254,233)
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1/13/13 6:49 P

I don't know what it is, but I've experienced it several times this week. Last walk ended in me doing extreme stretches before I could go to the car. Feel like my leg's going to fall off..LOL. Keep Sparkin'!!

PSHOWS SparkPoints: (5,831)
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1/13/13 6:20 P

I seem to walk OK for about ten minutes and then outer thighs begin to hurt. Does anybody experience that or know what causes it?

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