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Does Running On The Treadmill Make Your Butt Smaller
Thunder thighs??: Probably neither if your female hormones are sufficient. For real build up you need more direct stress like squats with a heavy barbell or similarly stressful machine work out. If you are overweight slimming you legs is better accomplished with diet AND exercise. If you wish to avoid "skinny legs" weight lifting and leg resistant exercises would be ideal. ...Read more
What are the benefits of running on the treadmill for a mile everyday or every other day? Also is it better to do it everyday or every other?
Yes, Of Course:
Walking or an 30 min will help you burn
up about 100 calories extra, over a month this could be about 1lb. However, if the exercise makes you more hungry or if you use it as a reward to eat more, you will not lose weight at all. 1 extra slice of pizza adds
500 calories, or about 5 miles of walking or
30 min x5 or 150 min on the treadmill!
do it as much as you can, but not to injure yourself. ...Read more
Knee pain: Generally speaking, the treadmill should be helpful for your knees, unless you have some underlying problem with them such as meniscal tears, ligament tears, or instability. ...Read more
Exercise: Daily exercise of 30 minutes can be very helpful for weight loss coupled with a careful examination of caloric intake. ...Read more
Yes: Depending on your weight, speed & incline the amount of calories burned will be variable. Check this site to get a rough estimate of calories burned: http://www. Nutristrategy. Com/caloriesburned. Htm. ...Read more
Treadmill is safer!: I'm delighted to hear that you are exercising, or at least thinking about your exercise options. Walking and/or running on a treadmill are adaptable exercises for most people. If you are skateboarding, remember to wear a helmet and wrist, elbow, and knee pads. Spinning (cycling to music in a supervised class) is one of my favorites: low joint impact and no risk of falling or being hit by a car! ...Read more
2 causes: Running on treadmill elevates heart rate which can cause pounding heart rate transmitted to your head causing a headache. Also, running decreases blood pressure, dilates blood vessels including cerebral blood vessels. Dilated cerebral arterioles increases blood blow to the brain, transiently elevated intracranial cerebral pressure causing a transient headache. ...Read more
I'm sick and tired of running on the treadmill, but I hate running outside in my neighborhood. What can I do?
The pain in the Achilles is only when I start running on the treadmill. It goes when I stop running. How wud I know the pain is gone if I stop exercise?
Am sorry but this--: -does not make sense. Please try rewording it. It sounds like your achillis pain is only when you start on the treadmill, gentle stretching before may help. The rest sounds like when you stop it stays away? Only you would know if there was pain. ...Read more
Need help. Is 3 miles of running on the treadmill (followed by a healthy diet) enough to lose weight?
Yes: Strength training will also help quite a bit. ...Read more
Should I stop lifting weights due to achillies tendon pain or just quitting running on the treadmill is enough?
Today I fainted while running on the treadmill. After I felt tired and nauseous. I haven't had much of an appetite lately. Any advice?
Why does my lower right abdomen hurts when I start running on the treadmill, then stops hurting when I stop running?
3-4 months: Typically the leg is not strong enough prior to this. ...Read more
What could cause my heart to feel a sharp pain twice followed by beating fast while running on the treadmill?
Musculoskeletal: Or arrhythmia. ...Talk to your physician for further evaluation if symptoms persist. ...Read more
I have pain in my Achilles tendon when I start running on the treadmill only. On the left leg mostly. What should I do?
I just started working out and while running on the treadmill my heart rate went up to 180 is that considered too high?
Maybe: The maximum heart rate is calculated by subtracting your age from 220. For a 33 year old this would be 187. For vigorous physical activity it is recommended to exercise at 70-85% of the maximum heart rate. For a 33 year old that would be about 131-159. For your age 180 is not above the maximum recommended but above the recommended range. ...Read more
When I was running on the treadmill I had a strong palpitation, heart skipped ad beated hard. And noticed a pain in kidney. What does that mean?
Palpitation: If its only happened once it means it happened once. If this happens in whole or part more often then you ought to go see your dr. And get checked out. It may be nothing, one thing or a combination of things. ...Read more
While running on the treadmill, I felt a pop in my right hip. After, my hip hurt on the outside. I can stand/sit without pain. Walking hurts? What
Trochanteric bur-: -sitis is a common problem. If it hurts 2 push on the prominence of the hip at the side as well as trouble sleeping on that side, it's a good bet that's what it is. Usually hurts 2 walk up inclines or hills. Ice after exercise & NSAIDS if able to take them. If persistent, see an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
There is pain in my achillies and the calf area of my left leg only while running on the treadmill and I stop due to pain. What shud I do? I tried ice
Rest cross training: Maybe developing Achilles tendinitis. May need to cross train with a lighter exercise such as bike or try elliptical. Heat, NSAIDs, stretching can be helpful for tendinitis. Watch carefully, don't ignore and allow it to escalate. Can be difficult to obtain resolution if you allow inflammation to become chronic. ...Read more
After running on the treadmill the other day, the outside of my pinky toe hurts. Wearing shoe is sensitive on toe, but no pain without shoe.
My daughter said she got light headed and short of breath while running on the treadmill 15 miles. Is this normal for a marathon runner?
Really?: If you're 22, how old is your daughter? What is she training for, the Toddler Marathon? ...Read more
Projection of fatty mass on front of throat near where I would think the pituitary is located. My grandson is 15 and just had a bout with a cold and ear problem this was not treated. Yesterday, I noticed while he was running on the treadmill I noticed a p
This wouldn't be related to the pituitary, which is inside the brain. You may be thinking of the thyroid gland, which is just beneath the adam's apple in the middle of your neck.
Neck masses that fluctuate in size could be related to a cyst or a fatty benign tumor called a lipoma. Either way, that needs to be evaluated by a specialist and may result in some imaging (either a ct or an ultrasound). ...Read more
Not for sprinting: It would certainly increase your endurance. But I would not recommend sprinting on a treadmill. It's too easy to misstep and fall hard. In cold weather, sprinting in a gymnasium would be preferable. A coach or fitness trainer may be able to show you some mechanical aspects of sprinting that could help you with speed. ...Read more
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