Exercise bike for glutes

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I do eat healthy. I also take long walks (can't run due to flat feet and pains). Sometimes I go for 4-5 hours on weekends. I am a 36 year old male. I have a sedentary job in front of a computer. I do have a lumbar support and I have adjusted my posture. Vitamins I take at bedtime a general one/day. 2 magnesium, 1 fish oil (I don't eat alot of seafood) 1. My chiropractor told me to take magnesium. I was taking the magnesium, zinc, calcium combo.
Gets better if I stop taking walks or bike rides for 1 week, but comes back as soon as I resume mobile exercise. I hear runners get this sometimes? Anyone have some advice? I used to be very fit and am familiar with most stretching. I have used myfacial muscle tension release (AKA Trigger point therapy) on myself with the Thera Cane and various tennis and golf balls- on the floor. I've searched all muscles for the point of pain origin, cant find it!
But on a simple level, if you think you're not eating enough and you have good instincts, then eat more. Given that all your exercise is aerobic, that would indicate a need for more carbs for energy, meaning whole grains and fruit, and colored vegetables for antioxidants. But you might want to consider adding in some resistance training to build your muscles to support all that aerobic activity -- stronger thighs, for example, better support the knees, stronger glutes support the back, etc.
The only difference is, I started walking outdoors a week after surgery, whereas older people in my group rested for a good 2 months. Maybe exercise isn't such a good thing post surgery, at least not for the first couple of months.
I have two small daughters and have to work at my hospital job, and would really like to be able to take my kids for walks and bike rides this summer. I'm finding it very depressing that this might be permanent and I will never share those moments again with my girls, and will have to quit my job that I love. No one seems to have the answers for me yet. I am doing physiotherapy, but it seems to be making me worse. Does anyone have any similar situation, or any advice on what I can do?
is centered around the type and duration of exercise. The current recommendation for wt loss with regard to exercise is at least 6 days per week for at least 90 minutes. It does not have to be 90 consecutive minutes, you can break up the time into different "chunks". As far as the type of exercise-the fastest way that you can burn body fat is through a combination of strength training AND cardiovascular conditioning.
I did work up to a point at which I could get a good exercise in on my recumbent exercise bike (it has a very soft seat, and I reclined the seat as far as it would go) but this was 10 months into my saga. I was also losing some weight, which did help me tremendously.
My next appointment with the doctor is next Monday. Until then, I was told to just bear weight as much as possible, and keep it up with ice. I was told physiotherapy would be discussed at this next appointment. Thanks.
I have curtailed these a lot, since any vigorous exercise seems to flame up the pain. It is especially painful near the center of the right buttocks, almost near the groin, almost right on the bone where I sit. But sometimes the pain radiates from the lower right back into the right hip area. When I bend over to tie my shoe, the pain also can go from the right butt into the upper hamstring. I am new to this website, but was just looking for some advice.
For the last week or so now I have had a very slight, high-frequency vibrating sensation in my penis (it feels like it is in my urethra, from about the base of the glans to the base of the penis). It feels like varying degrees of the following sensations: - a cellphone vibrating in my pocket - a stream of fluid flowing through the urethra (without the sensation of exiting the glans) It is not usually constant, but is rhythmic, that is, will come and go in intervals...
-If they can't find the inflammation (and it's hard to see) request a bone scan. -exercise for this type of injury will hinder instead of heal. If your Doctor has not seen this type of injury, ask him if he can find a colleague that has. The wrong type of PT could make it worse. I hope this helps some of you. Good luck.
I can't believe how long it has taken to build up strength, but it has really helped. This exercise has changed my life. I can ride my bike 10 miles at a time and am taking a reform Pilate's class. Even though I am more active, my leg twitches less. You are all in my thoughts. I hope this helps.
I have been searching for 7mos for someone with similar symptoms, in hopes of pointing me in a direction they may have gone. I too have soreness,achiness,crampy,tight calves in both legs but including my feet. This hit me one night and has been constant for 7mos. I am sorry but don't have any answers other than to share some of the testing I have had to direct you.
I can give up the running, but I don't want to have to give up the bike! I feel for all of you, and for all of you with an open mind try a good Chiropractor. They went to school for this type of thing..
I have been on Percocet for 4 months for a herniated disk. I was taking half a day, then one a day, then up to 6 a day. Then I started having awful side effects. My back pain got worse, my tongue was swelling some, and had stomach pain too. Then I had my lumbar injection and the pain got worse. I am scared this is an allergic reaction. I had my lumbar steroid injection, and the pain got worse, so my Dr prescribed Tylenol 4.
I've only had one prior experience with back pain in my life, and that lasted for a couple of days. I've seen a doctor for xrays, negative. I've tried exercise, stretching, muscle relaxers,etc. all to no avail. The info Mike1105 has posted looked interesting to me, so I've begun to implement some of the ideas from Dr.Bookspans website. I think my posture isn't as good as it could be, so I'm working on that. Something very interesting happened to me this morning.
Hiya i had a 10cm mass and my right ovary removed 2 and 1/2 weeks ago. I went into hospital the night before for a pre op assesment and went down to theatre at 11am the last time i remember seing the clock was 11.20am and i came round at 2pm. The surgeon tried to do it thru the camera in my belly button but wasnt able to and had to cut me along my bikini line to remove them.
The docs said it will take time to get my system back in-balance and I have anxiety medicine (Serax/Oxazepam) for sleeping, breathing exercises to do, and instructions for mild exercise like walking or gentle yoga. I actually had 9 hours sleep last night for the first time in 6 weeks and I feel so much better! I'm still going to the naturopathic doctor weekly for B12 and other vitamin infusions to help equalize my system too.
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