Exercise routine ideas

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Avatar f tn Yes! I love to exercise:) you can keep up with the same routine that you had before..once you get further along you just have to modify it. I use to run everyday.. When I got to my second trimester I just did longer walks and some other cardio low impact workouts.. now being almost 32 weeks.. I still do a 45 minute cardio workout and a ton of leg and butt exercises..it is whatever is comfortable for you..
1159737 tn?1286520857 Working out is what set me off even more with the Chiari. Found myself getting so upset over attempting a workout routine. For me exercise is a stress relief so when I lossed that, I had enough! I've had the surgery and looking forward to getting back to it. However I'm still nervous to do any straining....ever! So it's something I plan to ask the surgeon.
1293682 tn?1311959671 I went to get my routine tests for the med today... and noticed my endo doc didnt add the tests for T3 nor T4, free T4, etc. She only added TSH, Thryoxine AB(?) and one other test that I cant remember now (of course! brain fart!). Anyway, the other two tests besides TSH are for diagnosing the cause of hypo (I looked them up) and I thought she had figured that out. Weird... I was pretty sure the usual testing was to include those T3 and T4 tests w/ TSH.
Avatar n tn Chol 198 B/P 117-135/70-85, run 3-4 miles per day, lift weights. Recent routine physical (1st compl. phys in 12 yrs) disc. previously undiscovered murmur. Echo revealed: M Mode: LA Size 3.5 AoRoot 4.1 RV 2.4 LVED 5.6 LVES 3.2 EF 72% IVSed .8 IVSes 1.4 LVPWed .9 LVPWes 1.5 No peri. eff. Dop.: MR- mild TR-trivial PR-mild PS-16 mmHg. Rep.: fair parasternal, fair apical views, normal left vent. size & contracility, normal right vent.
Avatar f tn I'd suggest that you try changing around the food/calories you're eating, plus change your exercise routine a bit. If you are riding a bike most days, try just brisk walking for a few days; basically anything to change it to something that will be a challenge. Just keep working at it and be sure to keep us posted on how you are doing.
1539272 tn?1292861801 Realized this falls in line over past year of inappropriately prolonged and exaggerated response to physical sensations. My thrice weekly exercise routine has declined significantly over the past year, as my ability to go for long walks, and my muscles tell me a little walk was a marathon or a light weight was HUGE. Tight socks hurt calves, little bumps are quite painful and just keep hurting... Positive ANA, negative brain and spine MRI... Still looking for answers.
Avatar f tn Ok I am only 13 but I am not proud of my wieght I need good ideas for dieting.
Avatar n tn Healthy, exercised 5 days a week (including swimming), allergies under control with meds only, never missed a day of work or school to illness, been a swimmer since age 2 September 2007 - Started working weird hours, 70-80 hours a week, as an aquatics director at indoor pool October 2007 - Tired, have chest pain, bad cough, weakness in muscles = Diagnosed with sleep deprivation, bronchitis and mono, was told not to exercise and sleep, given meds & had blood work done and chest x-ray = Stopp
729886 tn?1232666481 Hi everyone i need some ideas on how to lose more weight.. i have started a new diet alil over a month ago and have lost about 15 pounds taking phentermine 37 mg.. but i feel like im stuck thoe i was weighing in at 244 now im down to 228 but ive been stuck at this for about 2 weeks now..i have lil energy levels to go to the gym and i know i need to probably exercise more then i do ..at home i watch what i eat and every 2 days i will get on my ab machine and do exercises...
Avatar f tn It is loose skin :( I notice when I work out and I see a difference the upper part of my tummy will drop to the lower part and the skin will hang
1339244 tn?1279725538 I've recently started back on a regular exercise routine and notice that about half way through, I start itching. My legs and abdomen start itching like crazy. There aren't any marks or spots, just my skin is itching?? I've been thinking that it's due to the blood starting to flow back into my veins... I sit all day at work and don't have any other sort of exercise...i.e... that's why I'm getting back to a daily regimine. Any ideas of why I get the itchies??
Avatar f tn Whether or not you're overweight depends on how much muscle you have, but as you're only 16 you probably lack muscle. If you want to lose weight, eat less and exercise more. Pretty easy, really, but when you're 16, you usually are depending on the food your parents provide for you. If they feed you too much food that encourages weight gain, and you eat a lot of it, you'll gain weight.
Avatar n tn (I've been on both drugs for years.) I walk an hour or more per day for exercise and I've begun to notice that instead of leaving me invigorated, this walk now sometimes leaves me fatigued. I'm fine during the walk but as soon as I cool down and sit down I feel exhausted. It's like I crash. I don't "power walk" but I don't plod along, either. So I'm wondering if this could somehow be cardiac related.
Avatar f tn 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.
649848 tn?1534637300 I see posts where some of you spend an hour or more daily on your exercise routine. I think that's great if you have that much time every day. I usually don't!! For example, this past week I had to work 10 hr days beginning at 5:00 am and ending at 3:30 pm. In order to get to work by 5:00 am, it was necessary for me to get up at 2:45 am, which meant that I had to go to bed no later than 6:30 pm in order to get enough sleep.
1396846 tn?1332463110 thank you all for your wonderful ideas, I am not so sure about getting into a bathing suit at this point to go swimming, maybe after I have dropped some of the weight. I will look into a yoga dvd to try at home.
Avatar n tn How long after you exercise does it take your HR to return to what is your "normal" ? I rode my bike for a little over an hour this AM ( I do at least an hour, often two, 3 times a week and do aerobics the other days) and I got home this morning and a half hour later my HR was 125 and right now, in the afternoon, it's 99. The delayed recovery time does not improve no matter how many months I keep up my routine. I get short of breath with very little effort as well.
483733 tn?1326802046 It's one of the first consistent workouts I did when I was still morbidly obese and it really helped to get me into a regular exercise routine when this was all new to me. And even now it's still one of my favorite workouts to do and I try to do it at least 3 times a week in addition to my other workouts.The dvds are great for people of all fitness levels and especially if you have joint issues.
684604 tn?1293481326 ) Thanks Alli
572651 tn?1531002957 Obviously it is important to stay as physically active as possible with this crazy disease. I'm wondering what type of exercise routine any of you may have found that is "do-able." Currently I am doing Tai Chi, which is great for my balance and Chi (life force energy) but offers little aerobic benefit. I am also doing water aerobics two times a week, along with swimming laps.
579258 tn?1250652943 Do you sometimes feel you are allergic to exercise? Does the mere name "exercise" make you cringe? Well .. time to get real! Exercise is a necessary component of a healthy lifestyle and there are many varieties of "movement" that are fun and entertaining! Let's all try to name our favorites, expand our horizons and help each other. Perhaps we can take your suggestions and make some youtube videos for the community .. what do you think?
1571533 tn?1322947109 Hi Kara....I am 2 yrs post op and am having issues find the right type of exercise for me....I recently lost some weight as my thyroid is maintained at a normal level with out meds...this is post op!! SO for the past yr I am hanging at this new weight, that is still not where I want to be, but is less then I was last yr this time..... I found a Dr that is working with me to devise an exercise plan for those of us with limitations due to pain and the results of chiari and the surgery.
649848 tn?1534637300 Another problem I have is that exercising DOES give me energy, so engaging in any type of exercise routine, such as my Wii Fit, yoga, etc gets me all hyped up, so again, I don't have enough time for a separation between exercising and bedtime to get wound down and ready to sleep. Not to mention that I do have housework, laundry, etc to get done on a regular basis, which cuts out even more "ME" time...
649848 tn?1534637300 I'm curious about the types of exercise everyone is engaging in these days. Do you go to a gym? Walking, running, etc? Workout videos? Do you have your own exercise equipment? Whatever your "mode" of exercise is -- let's see how many different things we can come up with!! 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??
Avatar n tn I take 100 mg's of Atenolol and this controls them only if I don't exercise. So my question is, should I continue to exercise and tolerate the pvc's or don't exercise and live without them. I have had all the major tests and they were all free of any coronary heart disease signs. Thanks for your anticipated help. Ken S.
Avatar m tn I have credible reason to believe I may have ingested a toxic substance 15 months ago. I am looking for ideas on what category of substance might have produced my combination of symptoms. Ingestion would have been via coffee with milk. Start point (ingestion) seated in reclining chair - same chair and position for almost 20 years I have daily. 45-60min post-ingestion - become very fuzzyheaded (especially forehead) and very short of breath, completely unable to concentrate.
Avatar m tn I'm wondering if you might have any ideas about this obviously unusual condition I have been encountering. The first time it happened a couple years ago, I increased my 30 minute cardio workouts to 1 hour, and the first day I did that, I developed this loss of appetite and peculiar nausea feeling in my upper mid stomach area. I had a slight fever and did not want or eat food for 3 days.
172023 tn?1334675884 Endurance is built over time with consistency in your routine rather than overdoing it when ever you exercise.
Avatar f tn Hi Les, welcome to the forum here. Idon't believe we have crossed paths yet - or at least that's what my faulty memory is telling me. Not knowing your personal situation it is a bit hard to offer suggestions that might work for you. I have one that I like that is Women's Health Total Workout in Ten! It is broken into ten minute segments- cardio, upper body, lower body and flexibility/balance. You can pick out the routine that you want to work on or do them all.