Exercise bike on tv

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Avatar f tn I use the treadmill because it's easier on my knees than running on pavement and a stationary bike because it's safer than riding my real bike. Plus you can read a good magazine or watch tv while on the bike. I say go for it!
483733 tn?1326802046 I was doind 2 miles a few times a week and started slowind down a little I will try and get back on that bike...I want to feel good and learn to try and put myself first since I too always put others ahead of me...too bad we all dont live near each other and do a weekly walk thats what they do in my mall....LOL!!!!
1117137 tn?1345231505 I enjoy walking and things like that, but I am still so tired that I don't do nearly as much as I should. I have also thought about getting into a prenatal yoga class or atleast buying a video to do it at home, but haven't gotten around to it yet. So all in all so far I'm a lazy bum!
Avatar f tn I have both pieces of equipment at home (I don't have any balance leg issues though) and find the exercise bike is far easier on the legs. But just to add, I lost my first 12 kg without any exercise due to cutting out all refined sugar in my diet. I mainly exercise to get rid of my anxiety.
Avatar f tn If I see an upward trend, I cut back and/or exercise more. Please stay active on here. You are on the right track. I'm so happy to see that you have weight-training in there. Two days/week is the recommended and when I added this a little over 2 years ago, it made a difference. Good luck! Keep in touch with us and keep reading posts and responding to them.
11079760 tn?1483389730 Good for you all to commit to physical activity -- lots of research going on at our local university about the benefits of exercise for those with ms.
Avatar n tn On TV I saw the lady who teaches exercise in a chair. Can you dance? That's good exercise. The swimming would be ideal. Some ins co pay gym membership. They have a shallow pool. They exercise but don't swim. I did this in Hawaii.
1116556 tn?1345119506 I do a very scaled down verson of step aerobics. I also have pain in my hips and legs and I started out VERY slowly at about 5 minutes just walking in place on the floor. I have now moved up to a 3 inch high step and some days I even make it an hour. Other days my legs hurt too bad to even think about trying to do it. I found a yoga mat under the step helps, and since I also have balance issues, I work out between my bed & dresser so that I have something to hold on to.
1394098 tn?1385963734 If your doctor has approved some form of exercise, I'd suggest to begin with something very light and easy, not something to make the muscles burn. Short walks outside or on the treadmill, stretching or yoga, or brief and easy bike rides to start. Getting up and off the couch should help your circulation and help you feel a little better. Loosing a little weight may not happen, but you can focus on that later.
Avatar n tn Exercise is not always easy to do while on tx just because of general fatigue, but the main prob can be low red counts, anemia, etc. I find exercise gives me more energy & helps me get thru tx, both physically & mentally. I sleep like a baby & don't have any depression or rage and no sx at all except low wbc. I don't think everyone is able to, but even a little walk helps give more energy. The thoughts of doing it can sometimes be worse than the walk itself.
Avatar n tn I just wanted to say I admire anyone on these meds that can exercise. I used to go to the YMCA and do 3 miles on the treadmill before treatment. Since being on the meds, everytime I would do the treadmill, I would get incredibily fatigued (even more so than usual with the meds). Also, I was only able to get in about one mile before I felt like I was going to die.
Avatar n tn I was getting by on excellent secondary circulation from a lifetime of exercise running, rowing, basketball, swimming, walking. I went to the ER after getting back from vacation where I had about a dozen bouts of severe angina from 5-30 minutes duration with heavy sweating brought on mainly by altitude at only 2500 feet. No exercise was involved. I had two incidents, 5 minutes long each, just prior to vacation, that my internist dismissed as anxiety. An article about a year ago on www.
649848 tn?1534637300 I'm also curious if anyone has a hard time getting started with exercise or can you just jump right in, stay consistent and love it... If so, how much time do you spend on exercise per day/week?? If not, what can we do to help? Personally, I have a Wii, along with the Wii Fit. I have some videos - mostly yoga, which I love.
Avatar n tn I'm pretty much in constant trigeminy, but during exercise (treadmill), I have, on occassion, decreased to a PVC every 10 or 12 beats, which for me is heaven, so exercise helps me. It is very disconcerting to have any strange rhythm during or after you have exercised but if you've been given the "ok" by your doctors, I'd second that and say keep on exercising. Sudden death from cardiac arrest is a very scary thing.
7149587 tn?1388559096 Even treading water is better exercise than watching TV. Not saying you watch TV. My husband jogs. He runs marathons. There is always a body part on him that is injured. I love Jazzercise. I've had to stop doing Jazzercise because it hurts me. Or I hurt myself doing it. I've been going on & off for over 25 yrs.
Avatar f tn Hello... are you still here? We don't really decide on plans or programs for anyone to follow; that's a decision you have to make, based on your lifestyle, what you like to do, eat, etc. Since you're 16, I assume you still live at home and your parents, most likely buy the groceries and do the cooking. You should talk to them about your desire to lose weight and ask them to make sure there's healthy food available for you to eat for meals when you're at home and for snacks.
Avatar n tn Tom, I to am a runner and cyclist. I agree with you exercise is a drug, I can't quit. I am 50 years old have CVD treated with a stent injuly 2006, I thought I ate wisely, and exercised a lot prior to my stent, so you can imagine I was shocked and fearful that this could have happen to me.I had previously been on medication for high blood pressure and anxiety with side effects tough to live with especially as a runner. I was also placed on a statin blood thinners etc after my surgery.
Avatar m tn I read the tag about stomach pains after tennis and my syptoms sound very similar. I am in good shape and exercise regulairly, and it only happens on random days spread by weeks of no problems, and it only happens when I push myself to my limits. I have asthma, but I can outrun any person in my school so I do not think that is a problem. When it happens I usually can't sit still and it feels as if someone is driving a knife into my stomach.
Avatar n tn They seem to be tight in that area. I usually do the treadmill atleast 3times a week and sometimes the stationary bike. What is the BEST exercise for losing and toning the hip and thigh area?
572651 tn?1531002957 I try and go twice a week which is just 2 hours of exercise a week so I know I should be working on increasing this very slowly but my gym routine is getting harder and very slightly longer each month but he knows about my MS so we are taking it carefully. I am also able to have treatments (and "treat" being the operative word) and have a massage from time to time which is heaven and is my reward for my effort in the dreaded gym!
Avatar m tn I either use a recumbent bike or go to the pool and walk laps in the shallow end. You can buy cheap bike pedals at walmart that just sit on the ground and you can make any chair into a recumbent bike.
973741 tn?1342346373 Brisk walking or interval walking to where you are breathing hard is on the list. But I can do more than that physically and do. I can still run, do exercise classes, etc.
Avatar n tn Since youve had a CRT device, and are on pretty good therapy I would strongly emphasize this option. Q.I thought exercise was good for the heart. If I persisted in trying to jog - would it cause my heart to increase in size? No, but you should start your exercise program under some type of supervision. Q.Are there any devices out there on the market that would help me to be able to be more active?
98010 tn?1305903335 Bottom line, I realized losing weight heavily relies on what we eat, not on how much we exercise. Exercise is definitely needed to promote a healthy life style, but if one's goal is to lose weight, I would recommend strictly staying on healthy diet with the max of 1200 calories a day until reaching a goal and then start exercising. Sorry for the long reply, but I wanted to share my experience since I had same questions as some of you guys did. Hope this helps.
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Avatar f tn I noticed these some weeks after I purchased one of those exercise peddle units that's like riding a bike, but is used sitting down on a couch or kitchen table chair. I would use this every night while watching tv sometimes for 2 hours at a time. This leads me to think it's jock itch. I have tried some of the otc creams and ointments but no change. These symptoms also showed up after I started taking pills for high blood pressure.
Avatar n tn 54 femaile, work on the computer too much...need to exercise more...probably drink too much but otherwise don't smoke and have a decent diet. Previously diagnosed with irregular heart beat and have family history of hypertension. My cholesterol is higher than it should be....weight is ok.
Avatar m tn Next, you have GOT to sit down and relax at some point in your day and simply eat a good meal with a view in your home, or on your porch, or on the couch and watching TV, where you can relax, which the dinner meal is a good time to do this since you won't have work after lunch. We'd all be interested in hearing what the doc finds out, and also how a new eating and exercise approach works for you!
614508 tn?1265285322 I was at the doctors recently and most waiting rooms now have a TV on. I cannot hear a word the receptionist says because my ears just seem to have a mind of their own and tune into the TV or what someone across the room is saying. It is very frustrating. Sometimes I can only listen on the phone if I stick my finger in my other ear. So for a child in a classroom environment, if they had that problem, they would find it very hard to focus on what the teacher was saying.
250084 tn?1303311035 My red blood cells dropped by about 25 per cent so I could not run very fast and some of the steep hills on the bike were too tough but I continued with my exercise through treatment. My resting pulse is usually about 45 beats per minute but it went up by 10 to 15 beats per minute during tx. I cant remember exactly how long after stopping tx that I was back to full run and bike but it was not that long, a couple months maybe.