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Swimming Vs Jump Rope Vs Running
Running or Rope: Depends. Both are great cardiovascular workouts. Intensity always plays a factor. Jump rope might cause harmful impact on joints. Try to jump rope on a softer surface. ...Read more
Possibly: Any repetitive activity can potentially cause an inflammatory response. ...Read more
With a double j in me cause of a kidney stone, can I do some kind of excersise? Like running, jump rope, abs, push ups?
Yes: Having a stent because of a kidney stone is not a contraindication to exercise. Any sharp pain during exercise should prompt you to stop it and do something else ...Read more
Hi i`ve heard that jumping rope and and running and other cardio ex. Are so bad for girls because makes the uterus to get down from its place? Helpppp
Not likely: Strenuous exercise does not usually cause uterine or vaginal prolapse unless there is already a prolapse problem. Uterine and vaginal prolapse occurs mostly in women who have had vaginal deliveries. Most women will not have any significant prolapse until or unless the have had vaginal deliveries of their children. ...Read more
I suppose: I guess you probably could but I never heard of such an anecdote. ...Read more
I slipped and landed on my bottom and have very sharp back pains when running or jumping. Could it be injured?
Yes: If not better in week or ten days go and check it out. ...Read more
Can playing laser tag everyday count as the 30 min of exercise a day. Laser tag involves running jumping and hiding?
Yes: This can be an enjoyable way to burn calories and tone some muscles. The more you move during the game, the more fit you can become. If you find your heart rate increasing, and you are sweating, then even better. If I can be of further help, then join my care team and virtual practice at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-clarkeholmes ...Read more
Can you loose your baby that's in the first weeks if you condition a lot? Such as jumping on to things, abs, lifting weights, running, and sprinting.
Not necessarily a: "best" type of issue. Each form of exercise has it's advantages and disadvantages. Swimming is more of a full body workout and lower impact on the joints. But remember because it's lower impact, it has less of an effect as running at stimulating bone density. In the end, both are good forms of exercise, and in an ideal world it's good to involve variety in your exercise routine. ...Read more
Try inserts: Try getting customized inserts and shoes that fit properly. Get your foot size measured to get the appropriate fit ...Read more
Hi, 6months back I had a virginal delivery it was my 2nd pregency I am 25years old my weight 78kg I want to loose 25kgs which was my pre pregency weight. Please advice me wen can I start exercising running jogging jumping?
Start any time now: Having a family n work makes it more challenging to find time to exercise, but you have the will, you will find the way to do it. Many women start exercing shortly after birth once the pain/discomfort of child birth has subsided. Start out easy and increase overtime. Chose methods that fit your lifestyle/work/family--living healthy is a life-time commitment. Eat well. See doc regularly. Good luck. ...Read more
Several causes: I am a runner, and have found that pain in the calves can come from many sources...Over training, under training, improper gait, improper shoes, stretching/not stretching, nutrition- not enough potassium, surface you run on, hills or straight. Take it slow and possibly walk/ run and build up endurance. Cross training may help too- swimming, leg weights. Ask at a running specialty store if have. ...Read more
When I exercise (running, jogging, jumping) I get really itchy. Any ideas on how to alleviate this?
The rise in body temperature can trigger the release of histamine by certain cells in your skin. Pretreatment with an antihistamine, about 30 minutes before exercising could help alleviate the problem. Here is an article about it: http://www. Bottomlinepublications. Com/content/article/diet-a-exercise/when-your-workout-makes-you-itch-like-crazy
hope this helps! ...Read more
Is it right or not if I act like running or swimming or any activity for 3 or 5 hours? If I want to lose my weight?
Losing weight: To lose weight, get ur resting metabolism rate done (weight loss centers do this). This determines the total number of calories you need to lose 1-2lbs/week. Decreasing 500cal/day will give you a 1lb wt loss in 1wk; drink water (1/2 your body weight), eat small meals about 150-200cal 2-4x/ (depending on your metabolism rate) and 500cal/meal at night: lean protein/veggies; avoid carbs, . ...Read more
I injured my Achilles running base's running from first to second base. (Jumping off 1 st was when I noticed it.) that was 3 months ago.
Ok and the question: Is? It's still hurting? Was any treatment done? ...Read more
I have constant chest pains-pressure right across my chest. I exercise a lot. Running, cycling, swimming and don't have these pains when exercising?
No quick answer: Several conditions can cause pain like that. Your doctor will need to take a detailed history and physical exam to determine the cause and advise treatment. ...Read more
Remember: They are just different forms of exercise. Swimming tend to be a better total body workout and more easily tolerated joint wise (unless you have rotator cuff issues or shoulder arthritis). While running is "harder" on the joints, it also is better at promoting bone density stability/increase. ...Read more
I need help getting into biking, running and swimming because I want to do a triathlon next year?
Trainer: Sounds like you might benefit from a personal trainer to get you started. That would also help you in developing the correct exercise routines with lower injury risk than if you just tried to do it on your own. Once they teach you the basics and how to progress you could then proceed on your own after some weeks of training. Good luck! ...Read more
Can a nightmare cause strange screaming, jumping out of bed and running around with eyes open for about 1 min? Thank you
Night terror: This would most likely be a night terror rather than a typical nightmare. ...Read more
Lower spine pain that has been there due to a kick. Agrivated when running, twisting and jumping. What is it and what is a cure?
Wait another week: Many herniated discs like what sounds like what you are having will resolve on its own in a few days to weeks. If you are still in a lot of pain and anti-inflammatories are not helping or if you notice numbness/weakness presenting itself then seek medical care to evaluate this further. ...Read more
Believe I have developed patella tendinitis, what can I do to stop the pain when being active. Running, jumping, lifting, Ect....
Patellar tendonitis: Inflammation which we commonly feel as pain is the bodies way of letting us know that something is wrong. Most of the time when it involves the knee cap, it is a result of doing too much (eg running) too quickly. So. One of the best ways to help yourself is to decrease at least by a third the frequency and length of time doing the activity. One can also help by using ice, stretching, taking NSAIDs ...Read more
Five days ago my 75 pound dog came running at me and jump on my lower right abdomen. Instantly I had sever pain that went away. But since that day I have had a constant trobbing. What could it be?
Broken Rib??: You could have a bad bruise or even a broken rib. You should see a doctor to have an exam. ...Read more