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How To Train For A Walkathon
Not necessarily: If you exercise smartly, the answer is no. Cross training (exercising different muscle groups) is the key to avoiding over training. With cross training, you can work out 6 days per week (take a day off for rest). Alternate aerobic exercise with strength and even agility training, with pllates and yoga. Check the internet for good cross training regimes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Im an athete I workout and train 5 days a week. I smoked less that 0.5 of weed, how long will it take to get out m system ps im 23?
Same as elsewhere: Trains used to scatter waste on the tracks as they moved. Now it is collected and there is no issue in that department. Other than steadying yourself against the motion of the train, there is no problem about using a train toilet. Enjoy the trip and don't worry about the toilet. ...Read more
When and what kind of food should i eat after train in the gym an what i should eat to keep in foucs all the day?
After the training: The fact is what you eat after the training/workout can either help or hinder your performance and health. If your workout is more than an hour, have a glass of chocolate milk. The carbohydrates will help replenish the energy in your muscles. Substitute it with a snack of banana and peanut butter. Also cherry juice will deliver antioxidants and memory. You can eat protein and carbs, but, no fats ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Absolutely!: The benefits are this. Body fat burns few calories at rest since it calorie storage tissue. Muscle has greater density and is very active metabolically, even at rest. Two people of identical weight will have different metabolisms: the one with a lower percent body fat will burn more calories at rest. ...Read more
I'm planning to participate in triathlon, but do not know how to start to train for it. Are there any plans or programs that i can use?
Yes: Good for you . Check out the books in the bookstore. Try triathlon training by michael finch and the triathlete's training bible by joe friel. Start slowly and follow a plan. Diet very important. Race the way you train, do not try anything new on race day ! i started @ 51 and still doing 10 years later. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Training: Runner's world has a number of training program's. See: http://rw.Runnersworld.Com/rwhalf/training.Html. You can find a number of other training plans on the internet. Good luck. ...Read more
My 3 and a half year old has speech problems. He is getting better, but I am trying to toilet train him. But he refuses to sit on the potty?
A Lean Team: It depends on the objectives of your training. If you're referring to toning, then yes, men and women can train similarly. In fact, both can train exactly the same with attention to form over weight or resistance used. Women and men can use light to moderate weight and high repetitions for a lean and well defined muscular look. Doing it together as a team is also much more fun and motivating. ...Read more
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