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What to do if I have a sharp pain in my lower right back whenever i run or twist fast, what is it?
Dissitis herniated d: Disc herniation and slight bulging of disc. ...Read more
Why when i move for a short time i get tired and i start brathing fast as if am running from a long time?
Please recommend if it's better to run a short distance fast, or a longer distance slowly for cardio workout?
Slowly.: work up to a full work out. At middle age one should problaby have an evaluation prior to a major change in work out. Then, gradually increase distances. We know there is a reliable reduction in diabetes and cardiac risks at 90 min per week of exercise enough to increase heart rate. Generally this is recommended as 20-30 min 3-4 a week. Not Happening With Sprints. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I want to improve my running any exercise to help? am quite fast but have low stamina and my health is perfect says doctors
Keep going!: Three things come to mind. First, just keep doing your distance runs going farther every 1 week. Second is wind sprints - they definitely help with stamina and it's a faster way to achieve the result than just the distance running. Third is a different aerobic exercise intermixed in your program. I like YouTube "Fitness Blender" workouts. Simple, done at home with or without weights. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
i was late for the bus and so i started running as fast as i could after i got on the bus started feeling pain in the middle of my chest why is that?
C/p running: May be reflux try ranitidine / prevecid or may have mitral valve prolapse - need echocardiogram to diagnosis) or reactive airways especially in winter due to cold air. Would wear scarf around mouth nose when outdoors if cold if asthma could check PFTs. May also be gas in colon( it goes high up) f/u/ w/ doc ...Read more
I run regularly & sometimes cough after and if I push myself to go fast I cough a lot after. I ran 5k 2 days ago & coughing still a lot. Why?
Training: Increase your distance and speed in increments, not all at once. I would first go to a running track, if possible, and walk and run laps. Slowly increase the number of laps you run, then the speed over time. Stamina builds very quickly, but you also lose it just as fast if you are not motivated and stick to your goals and program. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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