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How To Do Leg Extensions When Dancing
Take it easy: Don't over due the kicking or pushing off the wall on turns. ...Read more
Painful Lunges: Leaning forward during the lunge can prevent you from getting the fullest benefit of the exercise and may cause added back pain in the lumbar region. If you don't tuck the hip under correctly, you may end up arching your back, which will only aggravate the anterior pelvic tilt and cause pain. Additionally, the front knee must be kept from moving forward during the lunge. ...Read more
If I do leg workouts like squats and leg presses and calf raises. Do they make me faster if I do them?
Presses for speed: Doing strength exercises will augment your speed to some degree. There is no substitute for old fashioned sprints and intervals on the track though. ...Read more
Two good ones: For the sports involving leg movement, especially side to side(skating, skiing) the medicine ball thrust and the lateral band walk are good to start. In the ball thrust, take a ball in both hands, squat with the kness slightly bent, then push the ball up toward the ceiling, rising off your toes.For the band walk, side step with an elastic band around your legs just below the knees. Five per side.. ...Read more
My legs hurt after doing squats, lunges and hip bridges. All parts of my leg muscles hurt when walking. How can I cure this?
Thicker socks: Try using a thicker sock.Get a more detailed answer ›
My ligament in my elbow pops whenever I workout doing something like pushups or bench presses. How can I strengthen it to prevent the popping?
Yes: Sit ups work the abs and do not work the legs, leg lifts work the legs predominately, with some ab involvement. ...Read more
Arnica: Right after your swim, try massaging arnica cream into the areas that tend to get sore. ...Read more
What can I do to loosen up my frozen shoulder that hurts when I do certain weight training excercises?
My legs ache when I use them to much or not enough, if I bend them eg. Squat, sit on certain chairs, cross my legs. What's wrong with them?
Many reasons: It is normal for the muscles in your legs to ache after excessive use, ie exercise. That is normal response. If you have pain at rest, it may represent delayed onset post-exercise soreness or other sources of myopathies. There are specific diseases that can cause muscle soreness as well as some medications. It is best to discuss this with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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