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Building Stamina And Endurance With Running
Cardio: It should not but you will loose fat. ...Read more
I am starting the gym very soon, would running (cardio) cause muscle loss in any way or slow down the process of building muscle?
My cartilage of rt knee started to degenerate posterior meniscus, may be due to over jogging or running on steps to top of my building daily.Wat to do?
Complicated: The meniscus helps the cartilage and vice versa. It all depends on how much cartilage damage there is and how much meniscus is left. You must realize that once cartilage damage begins, high impact activities can cause continued pain and may not be the best idea. Talk with an orthopedic surgeon. You can still be active but you may have to modify some of your training. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is running good for gaining weight and building up muscles or does it burn more calories (fat) than you gain in muscle mass?
Yes it is: Yes it is possible but need to be done under supervision of a trainer. ...Read more
None: There are no 'steroids' with clinical indications to be used for this. ...Read more
Can any doc tell me what's the best (legal) steroid, orally taken for building muscle and endurance?
Yes: Running is an excellent exercise for building cardiovascular endurance; if you run distances you will improve your slow-twitch muscle tone and over time as you decrease body fat your muscles may appear more defined; if you focus on sprinting you will engage fast-twitch muscle and may see more of a "mass" effect; if you are trying for body-builder muscles strength training in gym is your best bet. ...Read more
More Info: If you are fifty and asking this question, you should get the book "Running Past Fifty" by Richard Benyo. Not sure if it is still out there, as it was published in 1998 by Human Kinetics. Is it your speed or time or distance. Only very few keep their speed past 50. Distance and time endurance take longer to achieve and maintain. Rest is critical, recovery takes much longer.(63,Level I USAT coach) ...Read more
Which is better for endurance? I can either go running or cycling so which one would improve my endurance quicker?
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