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Cycling Training Log Template
All things in moder: all things in moderation. in general the american college of cardiology recommend 60 minutes of get-your-heart-rate-up exercise 5 days/wk if you're in shape - 90 minutes if you're not. that being said - "extreme" athleticism might be bad for you and shorten your life. (100 mile marathon runs, climbing mount everest) ...Read more
Yes: You are nicely combining three different forms of aerobic conditioning exercises. Rowing and cycling activities are heart friendly as well as joint friendly; good exercise for the cardiovascular system without beating up your joints. Of the three, the treadmill has more impact on your knees and ankles as you run. Would advise keep in the treadmill flat as opposed to inclined. Easier on the knees. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Triathlete in training accident. Concussion. Broken bone in face. Should I plan on doing any more cycling?
Can I do cardio training (brisk walking, treadmill, cycling) in case of lattice degeneration + high myopia? Does lutein, zeaxanthin, bilberry help?
I fell at training today a week ago i smacked my knee of a wooden log dark purple bruising and swelling still if i touch it looks like its bleeding.
Highly unlikely: Excessive riding on a hard bike-seat which can cause saddle-neuropathy (inflammation of nerve at your bottom to penis area), but impotence is not likely because u will have plenty of warning. Aching/burning/heaviness or numbness sensation with riding and improves after a couple days, then again and again etc. Impotence is possible but unsual. Something else is going on. Consult doc. Good luc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Set goals.: Set yourself a series of short term goals. Say, losing ten pounds in two months, or increasing your bench press by twenty pounds in three months. Achieve each goal, then set new ones. This helps motivation as you're training for a goal, and not just going through the motions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Physical or MOS?: Most MOS are highly marketable in the civilian/federal world, for example, aviation (air traffic control, piloting), engineering, medicine, mechanics, IT & even intelligence). Physical training is rigorous & expectations are high. The folks willing to ruck march in full gear for miles a day in weather extremes show not only exceptional physical health but admirable character, fortitude & teamwork. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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