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2/5/09 11:17 P

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You are emoticon Rupa !

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2/5/09 11:14 P

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HI Madhu

as advised by u I m doing rope jumping with shoes on. My pain has disappeared and I m doing it better compared 2 doing bare foot.

Thanks buddy... emoticon

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1/29/09 10:53 P

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Thanks Tarangini

I did "ropejumping" for 2 days and gave a brk on 3rd day as the pain was really bad. Today I wll probably get back to it . HOpe thats fine..:)

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1/29/09 11:36 A

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i feel your pain Rupa...i got back into exercising after a month and did a Body Combat class with weights on MOnday and even today (thursday) i can feel my thighs and tricpes!!! i was duck walking for 2 days literally i kid you not!!

what works for me is to make sure to STRETCH before and after you do any work out, especially if you are new to a exercise form you might want to do it for a little longer and hold the stretch. after you have stopped doing your cardio....dont just stop...move around till your muscles have had time to cool down. there is a build up of lactic acid and that is what causes the pain..so make sure you work that out of your system...never just sit down after a vigorous work out...
and ofcourse what Madhu has advised

hope this helps

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1/29/09 1:52 A

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Hey Rupa, ur legs must have cried.. help, help!! kidding aside.
listen to ur body and wear good shoes as advised!!

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1/29/09 12:42 A

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Sound advice indeed !

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1/28/09 11:28 P

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ok..as u said... emoticon

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1/28/09 11:24 P

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Unfortunately Rupa, the thick carpet does not buffer your knees and shins from the impact. And doing it bare-foot added to the impact on your knees. Next time try doing the jumping on soft earth (grass covered), wooden floor / rubber mats and WEAR YOUR SPORTS SHOES !

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1/28/09 11:00 P

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Hi frnds

thaks for ur rplys. emoticon

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1/28/09 10:55 P

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Hi Madhu

I have tiles flooring but a thick carpet on it nd i was bare footed, is it ok?

earlier also I tried the sm exercise frm bootcamp nd spark vedio but end up with sm kind of pain.


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1/28/09 8:55 A

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Hi Rupa !

First - did you do the rope jumping video and the jumping jacks from the BootCamp Day 1 on a marble/granite/tiled floor ?

If yes - there's your culprit for the painful muscles. This is an absolute NO-NO. Never do that again. If you want to do the jumping, do it on a wooden flooring or the floor where sticky, non-slip rubber mats are laid down. This will help protect your knees, shins and calf muscles from the torture you are going through.

If no - read this article www.sparkpeople.com/community
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Also, you can take ibuprofen and continue with the exercise BUT take care to rest your leg muscles. So you can either do upper body or core exercises/workout, swimming, pilates, yoga, etc for the next 2 days till the pain eases from your sore muscles.

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1/28/09 8:24 A

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It is always advisable to listen to your body and act.

"No, no, you''re not thinking; you''re just being logical." - Neils Bohr


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1/28/09 7:48 A

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hi rupa,take it easy,pain will disappear in a couple of days,always remember ,no pain,no gain so cheers ! best wishes for u

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1/28/09 2:42 A

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Hi frnds
Yesterday I tried 'Rope jumping' & 'Bootcapm day 1 (kickboxing)' for the 1st time ever.
today mrning I woke up with painful muscles!!!

Do u think I shud continue with it even today or wait till the pain disappear?



Edited by: RUPAROY1 at: 1/28/2009 (02:43)
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