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Injuries: Most common injury related to bike crashes are orthopedic in nature. Great risk to limbs. With arm and leg fractures leading the way. Head injuries are not uncommon, and the incidence of serious injury can be reduced by wearing a helmet. And, of course, the scrape (road rash) is frequent. ...Read more
Have lost about 80 lbs, but still weight about 220. Want to start exercising. Have an elliptical and a bike but what the best routine for a beginner?
Exercise!: Congratulations on losing 80 pounds although it's not clear to me how you did it w/o exercise. First go see your family doc & make sure you're otherwise healthy enough to exercise. You didn't mention your height so go to http://www. Nhlbi. Nih. Gov/guidelines/obesity/bmi/bmicalc. Htm to determine goal weight for your height. Finally, start riding a few minutes daily. Add a few minutes as that gets ea. ...Read more
Why do I feel so awful since I've been working out? I have been taking a one hour spin class twice a week for the past 2 months. Before this, my exercise routine was sporadic. I am 34 years old, and in pretty good shape, and a healthy eater. The pros h
Are: Are you eating enough a few hours before your spinning class? If not you may be dealing with hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). This can cause the symptoms you described. Try eating a meal at least two hours before working out and monitor for effect. Also, consider seeing your doctor for a physical to make sure there are no underlying conditions that are contributing or causing your symptoms. All the best. ...Read more
Anything new will be: Rejected at first. Kids with autism do not retain complex, novel information quickly & require repetition of the movement. Remember, verbal instructions may not work & he has difficulty mimicking your motor movements, like he did with pat-a-cake & peek-a-boo. Pictorial cues, books about riding a bike & possibly phyical therapy to teach him how to ride a stationary bike may have to happen first. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Whatever tolerated: Any aerobic activity you tolerate is fine. No harm is likely even if it hurts. Just experiment and find what you enjoy and tolerate best. I would expect a recumbent cycle to be best tolerated as it provides the best back support. Anything that stoops you forward will likely aggravate your pain a bit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not Podiatry: This needs to be directed to general medicine. ...Read more
22 min a day!: Studies show that 150 min of aerobic exercise a week, divided by at least 5 days is optimal for health. So, that's just 22 min daily, 7 days per week, 25 min/day 6 days per week, or 30 min per day 5 days per week. Any exercise that is non-stop and gets you breathing a bit harder and feeling a little warm is great. So, bike, walk (briskly), swim, treadmill, a class, etc. Are all great! ...Read more
I love to spin on my bike for 30 min at 120 rpm 5x week. Can I spin soon after my endoscopic septoplasty surgery? I sit upright when I spin
Spinning septum: The biggest risk after septoplasty is bleeding. It is very important that you not raise your blood pressure during the early healing period, which is generally 2 weeks. Walking at a slow pace, in which you can speak comfortably in sentences, is probably fine. It is important to consult with your surgeon on this issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Although it is part of my routine during the cooler months, does it really benefit me walking in the heat in florida, as opposed to, a stationary bike?
I bruised my ribs during a routine mountain bike ride. Is there anything I can use alleviate the pain?
Ibuprofen and rest.: Bruised ribs, or worse and intercostal muscle tear are very painful. You're active, but you must give yourself a chance to heal. ...Read more
I fell off a spin bike, seat came off. No pain at first now my knees hurt bad and I have a lump on the side of the right knee. Pain from the fall that will fade or should I get checked?
Better safe than: Sorry, see an orthopedist.Get a more detailed answer ›
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