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List Of Eccentric Quad Workouts
My inner thighs are alot more sore than my quads hams and calf do i need to change my workout or intensity or amount of weight to activate entire leg?
Likely: From my personal experience, I rotate my workout with different muscle groups on the Eliptical regularly just to avoid straining a particular muscle group too much. From a practical point of view, why not just change your routine and/or intensity for a week to get the answer you need? One can hypothesize all one wants, but nothing beats real experience. ...Read more
I had ACL and MCL reconstructive surgery 9 months ago. I'm 25 and workout daily, so I can I continue to do leg extensions to build my quads?
Quads and other leg muscles still sore after 3 days (from first workout), what is the best way to get rid of lactic acid build up?
Overdoing workouts: It sounds like you did too much during your first workout. Enthusiasm is great, but you need to go slowly to start. Get some guidance from a trainer as to how to get a workout routine started, make sure you are adequately hydrated and do warm up and cool down stretching . These things should go a long way to prevent your post-workout soreness. ...Read more
Stair climbing: The psoas and quadriceps (rectus femoris) are your strongest hip flexor muscles. Simple stair climbing whereby you lift your leg against gravity and move vertically constitutes real work and recruits all hip flexors to generate force and increase stregth and endurance. Similarily, leg extensions in the gym also work the rectus femoris (knee extensor and hip flexor). These are just 2 of many. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on how badly it is pulled, how much physical therapy you do, how well you take care of it. Pulled quads are hard because we use that set of muscles so much. Please see a doctor, go to pt and don't rush it. Don't be afraid to tell the doctor if it's not healing as expected. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1 dr is charging over 1000 for perio scale&root pln-4 quads. another is charging 480 for same procedure, how do I know if im being over charged?
Why it's called....: ,,,,,"comparative shopping...." You can do the same for dentists, doctors, and auto repair shops....call around, tell them what you want to do (consultations vs. procedures) and they'll give you prices....Also, talk to friends who've had your same procedures and find out what they paid. ...Read more
In my abd i have a Shifting feeling periodically vibrating feeling pain now entire abd was prior localaized to low rt quad. Fullness feeling Im fixed?
See a doctor: Pain in the RLQ could be a long list of things some could be serious if diagnosis have been missed or delayed please go and see a doctor if the pain is severe do not wait go to the emergency room close to your home I hope that is helping thank you for using health tap and good luck ...Read more
Maybe rest: If the pain is from injury to muscle or bone, then rest until pan free and gentle therapy to regain function. If the pain is from working out, then staying hydrated and considering if this is "healthy" and expected pain or from doing to much. If from another cause then it depends! if the pain is disrupting function and no problems with them, otc pain meds can help too. ...Read more
Took materni t21 test, it came negative, sud i still be worried, do I still undergo quad test next month?
Don't worry: The test results are reassuring. That's good. Your OB doctor can tell you if more testing is helpful for you. ...Read more
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