Fitness Minutes: (112,042)
46,222 1/23/12 11:03 P
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I wish you well! Coach Nancy
Fitness Minutes: (66,181)
7,159 1/23/12 10:26 P
Anything happens that is out of the usual, contact your doctor.. It may be harmless or not so harmless- the doctor can give you some insight how long it will take to feel better.. We are individuals and what happens to me, may take ½ the time to repair because alot of factors like weight, physical condition etc play in.. I hope you feel better soon, you may not be able to exercise but nutrition is 80% of this journey continue to eat healthy and perhaps work on this while being patient..
Edited by: REDSHOES2011 at: 1/23/2012 (22:27)
Fitness Minutes: (2,106)
1/23/12 10:11 P
Does anyone heres walk up and down the stairs for excercise? I have recently started walking up and down the flights of stairs in my building. There are 4 stories.and twice that many stair cases. At first i could only go up and down for ten minutes.I've been working at it now for almost two weeks and I can now do it for thirty minutes. Today I bent over to pick one of my kids toys up off the floor and felt a sudden pain up the back of my right thigh muscle. I'm thinking I may have pulled a hamstring. Does anyone have and remedy for a pulled hamstring? Also, I fear that if I stop excercising for a few days I might get lazy and stop working out all together.
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