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Swim Workouts For Breastroke
Bodyweight exercises: Pullups, pushups, and bodyweight squats when performed with proper technique are excellent exercises. You can learn more at this site: http://www.Alkavadlo.Com/. ...Read more
Get expert advice: It's best to talk to an expert like a certified personal trainer who has experience with pregnant women, sports medicine doctor, physical therapist or exercise physiologist, especially if you weren't doing resistance training before getting pregnant. General recommendation is to lift lighter weights than you were doing before pregnancy. ...Read more
Hi there. Is vinyasa yoga more appropriate before after an intense cardio workout? (Wrestling, Mauy Thai, Jui Jitsu)
Warm up vs cool down: Active warm up is ideal prior to intense workouts. Depending upon how aggressive your yoga routine is, it might serve as warm up. With that said, cooling down is also a good idea after intense exercise too. Bottom line, there's no proof that any specific exercise routine is better than another for warm up or cool down, aside from general statements. ...Read more
Completed cardiac rehab and cleared for intense workouts. What is a good length for stationary rowing? Referring back to cardiac rehsb not helpful.
I walk and ride my mountain bike for exercise, recently got back into resistance training, how important is that to an overall exercise program?
Hello I am 24m. From last 15days i take cardio exercise like walking, bicycling for 50 minute, than go for wight lifting exercise.So is this proper way.
Exercise: How much you exercise depends on your goal. If what you want is good conditioning then 30-60minutes a day of aerobic mixed in with 3 days a week of strength training is good. If you're training for distance biking, running or some other goal, then a training program specific to the goal is needed. If you're exercise beyond what you need for your goal, you could be said to be 'overexercising'. ...Read more
Core body strength: Core body strength, such as pilates and yoga are considered to be key for dancing. Cross training to use all muscles and vary your workout will also prevent muscle burn out or overuse injuries. Remember to listen to your body and pay attention to proper nutrition and also take days off for recovery. ...Read more
Work out: Please see your doctor to make sure you are healthy enough to work out. Then have a few sessions w/a trainer at your gym to help you create a routine that is tailor-made for you. Talk w/friends about what their routine is like. The above helps the experience to be safe and productive. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Swimmer in excellent condition, can swim laps vigorously for an hour, tried to run a 5k and couldn't run for 15 min. Is it bc of the muscle mass?
Hard to say: That is unusual as you would expect a swimmer to have excellent aerobic condition. Probably the best explanation is the use of a different set of muscles going from swimming to running that are becoming fatigued early because they are relatively deconditioned. If running is important to you, it is certainly likely you would be able to train through it. ...Read more
Exercise is good: As dr. Wright said, swimming might be better but biking is ok too, especially if you have a recumbent bicycle. Like dr. Accurso said, don't forget your helmet. As long as you are properly anticoagulated and you have the ok of your doctor, nearly any exercise is ok although mixed martial arts isn't a great idea. Don't forget that you need to wear a compression stocking for two years after a dvt. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Badminton coach, 22yrs.2months over with my ACL surgery, hamstring autograft.I only do standing core exercise, walk approx 4kms a day. Is it enough?
Yes: You are very early out from your repair and should strongly avoid twisting or pivoting for another couple months. Soft tissue grafts can take 6-9 months to incorportate. We used to say 6 months but per dr. Fu the king of hamstring recon he typically advises 9 mo prior to return to competitive play. Closed chain exercises are strongly advised to avoid shear across the graft. ...Read more
It's good for you: Hi. Walking BRISKLY for 30 minutes daily is very good for you in terms of physical fitness and cardiovascular health. Its effect on weight loss is minimal, but does help. Your BMI isn't far off goal, so with lifestyle changes alone, you may be able to achieve your goal. Good luck and live healthily! ...Read more
Why should I take time from emphasizing walking/bike riding to do strength training or yoga? Goal is to lose weight.
Strength training : Builds lean muscle mass which increases your metabolism allowing you to burn more calories for the same workout and you can make weight training a cardio event as well. Yoga can allow you to better focus on your goal while maintaining flexibility with your exercising to help minimize muscle aches and injuries for a well balanced workout of body and mind! ...Read more
Can i use Elliptical cross trainer for my workout. because jogging and running are restricted ? is this machine is safe for disk herniated persons?
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