Ideal weight marathon runner

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Avatar n tn I would say that it is a 50/50 chance whether you would lose weight in the long run as the product wasn't designed as a weight loss product. (but I'm not a doctor so your dr. might be able to tell you what to expect).
281219 tn?1219118514 lol - if you are considered super obese - they must consider me nearly dead - I'm nearly six foot tall and quite a bit heavier then you - my obgyn said ideal weight gain for me would only be about fifteen pounds - so far I don't seem to have gained any weight and we'll be at twenty weeks on Wednesday my favorite exercise tips so far - put the remote control between your toes - instant sit ups whenever you need to change the channel weigh yourself when you aren't wearing your contacts/glasse
Avatar n tn Can anyone give me an idea of how long it usually takes for your metabolism to recalibrate after stopping Effexor and/or Lexapro? I've gained significant weight while on these drugs (despite an intense exercise program and careful diet). My nutritionist and MD told me that the drugs likely altered my metabolism, but no one can tell me how long it will take to correct that. Most frustrating, I've noticed that since I stopped taking both, my weight gain has accelerated.
Avatar n tn You will need to fast-paced intense workouts for long periods of time. You said that you were a marathon runner before so you intensity level would be high. I use to get my mother to train with good results. My personal little trick was to get her to start jogging for a few minutes and then I would push her to the fastest power-walk she could...slow her down...push her again. Your body will react to these quick changes.
Avatar f tn near 33% Average vegetarian: 34% Average Boston Marathon runner: 29% Average female without heart disease: 23% Average male without heart disease: 20% Average female with heart disease: 19% Average male with heart disease: 17% You HDL at 39, is 28.5% of your total cholesterol The Framingham Heart Study is a huge, decades long, health and heart study. You can look it up. So you could take steps to raise it a bit, and perhaps lower your LDL a bit, but there is not reason to panic.
Avatar m tn Aim to keep your calorie intake to between 1,500 and 1,800 calories. The lower end is for women; the higher end is for men. Maintain your ideal body weight. One way to judge your ideal body weight is via body mass index (BMI). Your BMI represents the percentage of your total body weight that’s due to fat. It should be under 25. Many health clubs have simple handheld devices that provide a BMI reading. These also can be purchased at drug stores.
Avatar n tn my diet has been very strict,i eat around 1200 calories a day only and in the gym i burn around 600 if i dont do any weight lifting. i dont know what is my ideal resting heart rate and whats my ideal fat burn heart rate. please advice,i dont wanna end up doing the wrong thing and hurt my self,all opinions are highly appreciated. thanks Fayiz.
Avatar f tn I didn't really care about all of this until I became sick and couldn't walk up a few flight of stairs without feeling like I just finished a marathon. And I can compare because I've actually finished quite a few. Now I'm lucky if I can hit 5000 steps on my Garmin, let alone ever run another marathon again.
Avatar f tn To start i am 20 yrs old and have been a runner for years, and gotten this for years. It will start within the first 30seconds or right from the get go of my run to the point where i may last a minuet and be in so much pain i have to stop. I dont know why it happens but it does. Sometimes I will have just eaten, other times an hr light befor, or other i wont eat for hours to see if it is food. Under all circumstances it happenes.
Avatar n tn Although I do admit my thyroid is low and I suspect most people who have the most difficulty going cold turkey or getting off anything by any method,have something wrong physically that might show up in blood work...and might not. Id wager to say, if a professional boxer or a marathon runner got hooked on_____(anything), they would have twice as easier time getting off because they take care of their bodies. Ive heard people who commit to a regular daily...
1202943 tn?1347844252 I need help I'm a newlywed, teacher, and half marathon runner who has nooooo energy and my weight gain is becoming really hard on my knees while running. I would love to find a endo who can help me!
Avatar f tn In terms of dental, going to your dentist to discuss the issue would be ideal. If there are problems with erosion, it can be necessary to treat it. You could be getting something called abfraction, which is the wearing away of teeth at the gumline due to clenching/grinding of teeth. You may want to consider getting a nightguard to manage it. Also, your dentist may consider placing of bonding/white fillings into those areas to protect it.
Avatar n tn I stumbled on to this page after typing in a search on DanActive. I am a marathon runner, and I have been experiencing the same things for over 8 months. I seem to be in a cycle where I can do a few hard workouts, and then I get "sick" but strangely, I seem to lack any definitive symptoms, like a definite sore throat, or cough. Instead, my body just feels like I have the flu, (extreme fatigue, weakness, inability to do anything except lie on the couch).
Avatar n tn On the other hand, there are a couple of things bothering me... I've always had problems with weight and I gain weight very easily. However, in the past few months, my eating habits are much healthier and I feel as if I'm eating less. Even so, I gained about 8 pounds in 3 months (since I started taking it). So I was wondering if it could be it? I mean, I didn't expect to lose 8 pounds, but by what I'm eating and exercising I should have lost 1 or 2, no more than keeping the weight, but....
Avatar f tn The irony is that i was a cross country runner and track runner in high school and didn't have the problem. I'm in my mid thirties now and this just started a couple years ago. True, I did stop running for over a decade and then attempted walking fast, then jogging, and then running again, out of nowhere. But, I have not been inactive for ten years. I've taken consistent dance lessons since adolescence and do not experience the problem when bellydancing or tango dancing.
534800 tn?1217170959 I also doubt I'd be willing to take an oral medication for it. A topical solutions would ideal. I went out and walked 18 holes of golf yesterday with no problems. The temperature was probably in the mid 80s. The week before when I had the problem, it was more like 94.
Avatar n tn I am a 34 year-old active, white female, average height, very healthy weight. I had an interior carotid dissection over a week ago, they think from a sports trauma (though I didn't do anything where I knowingly hurt myself). Luckily, I have 100% collateral blood flow, no brain damage, no shifting, possible outcome. Interestingly, in addition, I have tested positive for antiphospholipid antibodies (after testing false-positive for syphilis---common, who knew).
Avatar n tn So, those of you that are nervous about MS, don't jump to that conclusion, it's not necessarily connected. I am a runner whose left knee is busted (runner's knee, or a patella tracking disorder) so I wonder if something about that injury is pinching a nerve. But until seeing this forum, I'd never considered asking a chiropractor (good idea). As far as the B-vitamin argument goes ... I have had my blood checked recently for levels of B-vitamins and the level was normal ...
Avatar n tn My story is similar to many of you, in that this all started while sitting at my desk at work, involved in a project, when suddenly I noticed that I couldn't take a deep, satisfying breath. It continued throughout the afternoon. At the time I was about 27, a marathon runner, a non-smoker, a healthy eater, drinking no caffeine, and not experiencing anything particularly stressful in my life. Same story as you all: urgent care, unconcerned doctor, recommendation for Prozac, Prilosec, etc.
Avatar n tn I'm 42 exceptionally fit, low blood pressure - been weight training today and spin class so maybe the weight training weakened a blood vessel when I was holding weights
Avatar n tn Oh, and lastly I have been taking a powdered supplement called PHorever and I have been losing the weight as well as feeling better and have more energy to play sports. So here are my bullet points. Get your weight down - Keep your weight down Get proper sleep (check for apnea if you think this may be a problem). Proper nutrition - lots of fruits and veggies. - DO Not overeat !
Avatar n tn During the time of the pain I've gone from extremely out of shape, to fairly fit, and back again. No changes. No major weight changes either. Has anyone tired massage yet? Sounds like I don't need to bother with sleeping pills, and better if I don't.
Avatar n tn In terms of my personality and how I live. Im think of myself as very healthy not over weight, I exercise, and I love life. Im easy going and nothing bothers me in life and I wish everyone well. So depression is out of the window along with anxiety. Ive started to take a B-vitamin complex but I don't feel the symptoms are reducing quick enough! Has anyone got any other ideas on what I should do? My blood pressure is fine, urine fine and blood fine?
Avatar n tn It's worse when I sit. After I awaken in the morning, I feel okay. But then it begins. I'm a marathon runner and it seems to get bad after I run. I am getting ready to have a series of neurological tests and have an appointment at the dermatologist and chiropractor. I have been tested for Lyme Disease, low iron, menopause, thyroid issue. All negative. I remember being bitten in the middle of the night by something. It hurt so badly, I was awakened.