Knee pain when jumping rope

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Avatar f tn I'm 33 weeks and it feels like he is trying to do a jump rope routine in my womb but it always results in him kicking my ribs anyway to avoid getting my ribs battered?
Avatar f tn after going baby shopping with my daughter today for hours of walking we got home and she asked me to show her how to jump rope well of course I picked up the rope and started jumping for a good 2 minutes. now all night my stomach has been tightening having more braxton hicks and back pains baby is still moving tons I'm just worried cause even though I'm huge I'm only 35 weeks. I still did the silliest thing ever and wondering if it hurt him.
Avatar f tn it is possible jumping rope may be ok for you.....but we are all different so some of us can not jump if you try jumping rope and have no effects then it is ok for you.....if your symptoms increase or are triggered then it is not the right activity for you. Have you had a recent MRI...and when did the eye issues start?
1159737 tn?1286517257 I always ahd a problem jumping rope as a child, so I never tried as an chiari symptoms have been around as long as I can remember....I just dealt or compensated. I was told teh best type of exercise for chiarians is swimming....not diving or jumping in...but swimming and I was able to get in a pool this past summer and I did enjoy it. Ne thing where u exert will cause those pains..... I have been trying to figure out how to exercise as well bcuz I want and need to lose weight....
Avatar n tn After that, running and jumping has caused much pain in my knee. I went to an athletic trainer and they told me I had tendinitis and to ice and take ibuprofen. It continues to be very painful during practice. I can feel rubbing and clicking in my knee when I walk. What is wrong with my knee? Should I still be playing basketball or will it make it worse?
Avatar m tn I get a sharp pain in my left knee when jumping hard. I can run and sprint without pain. I can even jump 10 to 12 inches without noticing any pain. But when I do a two legged jump to go up for a dunk, I immediately get pain around the middle of my left knee. It then hurts to jump and there is pain when doing even a minor squat. Eventually within about an hour.
Avatar f tn s better to do a few short but high intensse work outs or one loooong not so high work out? Jumping rope 3-5 times for 3 (trying for 5 mins but right now only at 3) minutes each and a very high intensity with rest in-between or long 45-60 min easyer bike ride? I do try to do a bit of each but just wondering what's better for loosing weight fast.
Avatar f tn Jumping rope is one of the easiest and most-effective ways to burn fat and lose weight around your waist and all over, as it can burn as many as 750 calories per hour. Be sure to get a rope that is long enough. Stand with your feet on the middle part of the rope and pull up both ends evenly. They should reach the middle of your chest. Then be sure to have a pair of cross-training or aerobics sneakers that has a lot of cushion and support to handle the jumping and landing.
Avatar f tn Patients usually feel pretty good and think they can avoid these critically important steps, and even start running and jumping before the internal aspects of the knee, and the joint surface are ready.Healing also depends on the severity of the cartilage damage and any other conditions existing in the knee.You need not worry and follow up ypur doctor regularly.
Avatar m tn hello, I play volleyball, which is hard on the knees from diving to jumping all the time... a few months ago I dove and hit my knee on the groung very hard. My knee pain went away and it recently has come back. It feels like a knife goes into my knee right below my knee cap every time i jump or put a lot of pressure on it like trying to stand up. I have been icing it, but it won't go away....Does anyone 1. Know what is wrong? or 2. Know how to fix it?
Avatar f tn Hmmm. Well, I'm 37 - that's probably a factor! I'm phycially fit - can easily hike several miles effortlessly in high altitudes, play tennis and basically just run around with my kids w/out breaking a sweat. I've never been a real cardio buff but have never had my body fail so dismally before on what I thought was such a simple bit of exercise (the jump rope).
Avatar f tn I know you can continue to work out but I would ask the Dr which workouts are ok just to be safe. Maybe it's because I'm almost 36wks but I couldn't picture myself jumping rope lol. But I'm pretty sure keeping up with a workout routine will help you have an easier delivery.
Avatar m tn I use to play a lot of basketball and football I am now 35. Last wk I was playing basketball and when I came down from jumping I had a real sharp pain in my knee and could not continue. Around the top of my knee cap is tender and hurts and when I put pressure on my knee getting out the car or anything I get sharp tack like pains under my knee cap and sometimes on the side of my knee and it aches a little, I have really slight swelling but I am able to walk.
Avatar n tn Cardio exercises for your circuit workout include jumping rope, jumping jacks, jogging, burpees and jump squats. Effective strength exercises that target your butt include dumbbell squats, dumbbell lunges, dumbbell step-ups, dumbbell side lunges and dumbbell deadlifts. Google all the mentioned exercises to see how to do them. You can also google home exercises for building glutes. Get the OK from your doctor!!
Avatar n tn A few months ago, I started to have back pain, in my lower spine, and horrible knee pain. I can still handle the back pain cause it stops after 30 minutes of training, and returnes after it (I don't care as long as I can play), but knee pain in my left knee is horrible. Yesterday I jumped and felt as like someone is stabbing me with a knife in my knee. I couldn't stand on my left leg for 10 minutes, and after that it still hurts a bit, but I can walk nicely today.
Avatar n tn Aching pain at and below the patella. Difficulty straightening the knee. Pain is most servere when putting weight or pressure on it. Pain can be felt when climbing up the stairs, jumping, running and standing for prolonged periods. In addition, pain can be felt behind the knee cap. I've had blows to the front and side of the knees before when playing soccer. The Orthopaedic diagnosed me with having Patella Tendonosis. However, I'm seriously starting to doubt the diagnosis.
1285110 tn?1420147378 Jumping rope might help. Jump for 3-5 mins 3-5 times a day. Also rest between each til your heart rate is at a resting rate. Aim for 5 mins each but you can start with 3 mins or as long as possable. I also heard that milk helps keep your fat more compressed, haha so it looks like you lost weight when really it's all just compressed. Lolz that's what happened to me.
Avatar f tn I couldn't do lunges because it caused severe pain. Then a trainer showed me how to put my foot on a slippery disc and move it that way. Pain is gone.
Avatar n tn it hurts when i run and sometimes walk, sometimes when the pain is really bad the pain shots up my leg. what is wrong? i went to my doctor and he said to put ice on it and that i needed to get an i did and nothing showed up...what is it and how do i get rid of it?
Avatar m tn However, if your quality of life is poor and all other options have been exhausted. Knee replacement can be extremely effective. Whether, total knee, partial knee, or patellafemoral replacement is best can only be determined ny examining you and reviewing your xrays.
266539 tn?1281402152 3 minutes fast paced walk, 4 minutes jumping rope (20 seconds straight with 10 second intervals of rest), then running 3 minutes, then 3 minutes on the eliptical machine (you can substitute that for 3 minutes of continuous ab crunches) then back to 4 minutes of jumping rope. That in itself is 20 minutes. Since you are constantly switching your exercise you very rarely get bored of it and trust me when I tell you that you will be worn out! Hope this helps!