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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..
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'm from Iowa. Its winter. I need some exercise ideas. I'm almost 15 wks. Wanted to wait till after 1st trip. The issues that I have is that I have bilateral club foot. I used to run 6 miles a day in til my ankles started acting up. I'll be so sore from being on my feet the day before that it brings me to tears the next day. Need ideas of what I can do until snow is gone and I can ride bike.
Avatar n tn For routine breast augmentations, I have all of my patients restart routine exercise programs (as tolerated) including upper body weights at ten days following surgery. Your situation is more complicated both because it is not a primary breast augmentation and also your surgeon may have different ideas about post-op care. I suggest you discuss this with him/her.
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.
Avatar f tn Ok I am only 13 but I am not proud of my wieght I need good ideas for dieting.
1539272 tn?1292858201 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 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 As your skill builds, the added poses become increasingly challenging in different ways, which makes yoga an exercise routine that grows with you. Another basic yoga concept is that everyone is on his or her own path, progressing at his or her own pace. So leave behind the competitive spirit or fear that you’re not as good as others. Be sure to let your instructor know you have arthritis so he or she can help adapt the poses to match your personal physical limits.
Avatar f tn Ha I chase my toddler! I wish I had downtime! Seriously, get into a good chore routine now and include your partner if you want him included. It's so much easier to have a routine (Monday kitchen, Tuesday bathrooms, etc) than constantly try to play catch-up after baby is born. I'm nesting early early this time but I'll need the next four months to get this house ready for baby so I don't mind!
Avatar f tn Early on in your pregnancy you can basically follow your pre-baby workout routine at a lower intensity. It is important to keep your heart rate lower, but you should be able to maintain the same activities (Lifting,running, etc.) into the second trimester. The key is to listen to your body and stop if you feel any pain. I ran until about 30 weeks and did sit ups through the first trimester and feel like that has been a large part of my complication free pregnancy (so far at least). I am 38Wks+2.
1339244 tn?1279721938 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??
649848 tn?1534633700 Ok - I have a question. 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.
143123 tn?1274300825 I gained alot of weight, but because I had a good exercise routine before I delivered, getting back into the routine was not that hard. BEST OF LUCK!
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 f tn Do arms and chest then the next day do treadmill and then legs and butt. Break the third day and start the routine over. I was doing pole , floor/chair, & stretch classes and gym before pregnancy up until my second trimester. But due to schedule conflicts I stopped the pole.
1396846 tn?1332459510 I also joined weight watchers and they encourage exercise. My question to all of you is, how do you exersise, I mean I know how to exercise lol it is just that if I get hot I feel like my body is shutting down. With that said, I know light walking is best for me but then when I walk for too long my leg gives out. This is just a mess. I tried exercising, but I got to hot and had to go sit down and then get a cold shower. How do you all exercise and not get the effects from getting hot?
18524847 tn?1465595901 How do you all feel about exercise when pregnant? Did/Do you keep up your usual routine? Did you slow down? Did you add things, not do things you normally do? Recommendations?
Avatar f tn Any of you ladies exercise? If so what is it you do that's not to hard on you or baby. I need to get a routine going.
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?1334672284 Endurance is built over time with consistency in your routine rather than overdoing it when ever you exercise.
729886 tn?1232662881 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 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 n tn I'm 35 weeks and I use the stationary cycles at the gym. I also walk, do light arm, chest and back workouts with weights (no more than 25 pounds), and though I haven't done it I've heard swimming is great. You'll know if you're over doing it.