Daily exercise routine log

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Avatar f tn m pregnant and currently 7 weeks. My daily routine is 20 mins on treadmill, 20 on bike or elliptical, 60 crunches or situps, then I work out my thighs, Lower back and other areas. My doctor said to keep working out and drink tons of water so i don't cramp up. My trainer also said just use your body as your signal and you will be just fine :) But I would definitely consult a doctor because we are all different and they know best.
Avatar f tn One idea would be a to get a pedometer - that way you can log your daily steps and get a better sense of exactly how much exercise you are getting. You can get a cheap one, or if you're interested in more of an investment, there are some cool devices out there like the Fitbit which also help you integrate everything on a website that you can track easily.
Avatar f tn I know they say that water aerobics and light excersizes are good to treat the fibro pain, but whta about hitting the gym to do a normal exercise routine? i have been working out on & off the past few days and my body feels like ****! it seems that when i pull a muscle its 50x worse than it was before i started suffering from fibro. im just trying to figure out if working out will show some long term affects in reducing pain or if im only making things worse.
Avatar f tn I would suggest that Covid makes everything a little more difficult. It seems to throw a psychological dragginess over doing things. So if your exercise routine isn't particularly inspiring, as Pax says, it would not only be hard to stick with in normal times, but to me it seems unsurprising that it would be harder to stick with it now. I agree that doing something that's a workout in itself but you like, is a good way to exercise.
Avatar f tn I've had similar episodes, all caused by self-created stress, exacerbated by my smoking and caffeine intake. Do you have a Primary Care Physician? If not, get one and start to see them on a regular basis. ER's can/will do nothing to offer relief or diagnosis for an Anxiety/Panic disorder (trust me, I know) and the only way to really determine a diagnosis is to track you symptoms, diet, exercise and stress levels on a daily basis, and providing your PCP with this data.
Avatar f tn I recently went to the doctor for a check up and happened to mention I get dizzy with exercise. He hooked me to an EKG and noticed my resting heart rate was 45. He referred me to a cardiologist and I wore a 24 hour holter monitor that determined I have sinus bradycardia and sinus arrythmia. I am supposed to see the cardiologist again in 3 months. Since my visit with the doctor and I really worried because I never expected to have any heart issues.
Avatar f tn After diagnosis, how much exercise should be incorporated into a disease management routine?
Avatar f tn try a dvd by zumba or another trainer you like, and mix it up. Don't do the same routine all the time. Confuse your muscles by having a different routine every day.
616227 tn?1251076398 you are excused for today! but make sure you get on that wii fit and log your exercise tracker! Your house work still counts! But as I said will be looking in to your exercise tracker tomorrow! So make me proud! I am sure you are doing everything in your might to lose the weight. This is a patient game! The weight loss will follow soon!
Avatar n tn You log in everything you eat, how much water you drink and your exercise for the day. You put in your weight and your goal weight, and it tells you how many calories you can have daily to achieve that weight in how many weeks..
159619 tn?1538180937 I'm a 52 year old male and I work out daily. My work outs have been focused on heart rate, I try to stay around 80-85% of my max heart rate (130-140) for 30-60 mins daily. I do this alternating day to day on a treadmill and a recumbent bike for the sake of my knees. From my reading, that is a good exercise routine for cardiac health. Plus, at this rate I can normally make my PVC's go away when they're acting up which is a real benefit.
Avatar f tn Elliptical is easier on your joints! Try the following routine make sure your Dr. says it's OK to exercise!! The Peak 8 routine it will quickly raise your heart rate 8 times for very short bursts, with a cooling down period in between. Ideally you’ll be sprinting or cycling full throttle for 30 seconds with a 90 second cool down in between each outburst. This is the fastest way to lose fat and build muscle in the body. Peak 8 actually stimulates the growth hormone in the body.
Avatar n tn While you can't "spot reduce", you do need to watch what you eat and a diet that is generally "good for you" will also help you get rid of your belly. You need a balanced mix of lean protein, low/no fat dairy, fruits, veggies, whole grains, "good" fats, etc..........
Avatar f tn My doc told me that if u have a normal pregnancy u can continue ur normal exercise routine all the way through as long as ur tolerating it well. She had me eliminate fall risk at 12 weeks... for me this was snowboarding. But other than that I am 34 weeks and still exercising 5 days/week. I still run, do yoga, do insanity videos with some modifications, T 25 videos, elliptical, and hike on weekends (6-7 hilly miles at elevation), etc. I modify things on a daily basis.