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Sore from runninh: You might accelerate your tempo faster than your body can adjust. Read books carefully. . Runner's world is good mag. Need good preps by good diet to support your runs, but not too much before runs. Growth hormones that allow body build up is not secreted if you are full closed to runs, but run hungry is not advised as body uses your muscle to feed your run=loose muscle instead of gain. ...Read more
Strain: This could be strain injury brought on by running. The sore muscles would be more painful with turning and twisting. Try applying cold or warm applications for the soreness. If you're able to take anti-inflammatory medications like ibuprofen, this may relieve some of the discomfort. Have your md examine the area if significant pain keeps occurring. ...Read more
I was running track 2 days ago. And ever sense there has been a bump on the inward side of my left foot. It hurts now when I walk, let alone run.
Take a picture: and attach to the question This may make the answer more accurate.... ...Read more
If I have epilepsy, would you recommend running track? There's no known cause and I have grand mal occasionally following with tonic.
Participation in : aerobic exercise like running on a closed track under supervision actually helps reduce the frequency of seizures in some patients. However, you need to ask your neurologist if it is the right thing for you to do, as your school will require a medical release. Since your seizures are not controlled by your current regimen, also ask your neurologist if other treatment options are available. ...Read more
I had fibula fixation surgery 5 weeks ago, and I practically have full range of notion now. I'm a track runner, when do you recommend I start running?
You kno very well-: -who shld answer that question. Your orthopedic surgeon! ...Read more
Can a person who is asthmatic run track I want to do some running but I have asthma. I'm not sure what type of asthma.
Yes, see pulmonary: Yes, many asthmatics are athletes. I would check with your pulmonogloist though so that you can control your asthma , and get the proper medications and learn what your asthmatic triggers are. There is exercise and cold induced asthma, but with proper control even this shouldn't stop you from exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I have had asthma in the past can I still join track? When i had pe and used to run a lot after running or during i used to start coughing a lot
My friends sometimes stop breathing in track practice when running and pass out. How can I help them or myself if this happens again? What causes this
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