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Avatar m tn Hello all, I am a 27 year old, ex professional football player (1 year split between 2 NFL teams), who has recently entered the world of heart related issues. About a year after i stopped playing, I decided to spend the rest of my life taking care of my body, after so many years of destroying it. I have always led a clean life (No drugs, no supplements, no smoking, no alcohol) except for the stresses of football, mostly the body weight (I was 6'5'' inches tall and 310 pounds at my biggest).
900662 tn?1469393905 I will try to swim atleast twice a week, and ride my recumbent bike at home, no more heavy weight lifting for me. Does any one have any thoughts on what you do to keep moving? John..
Avatar n tn To me "moderate" exercise means not going flat out. Always saving something in reserve. Not going to exhaustion. And taking an extra day off when tired or in doubt. That said, once you SVR (in a couple of months right?) I see no reason why you can't pump hard or even run a marathon, as long as you build up gradually, don't have cirrhosis, and your physician gives you a clean bill of health -- stress test, etc.
572651 tn?1531002957 * lose weight...at least 30 pounds. * workout on our elliptical for 30 minutes at least 3 times a week. By Spring add in some sort of resistance training 2-3 times a week. *Finish school (medical transcription) by early summer. Hopefully find a part-time job by fall. *Stay healthy!! I hope everyone has a great week!!!
Avatar n tn Anyone though that has tried it, and honestly stuck to it, has lost weight. Lots of weight. I have lived a quasi Atkins diet now for the last 5 years and have been up and down depending on how serious I live the diet. Whenever I am serious about it, I lose weight. I don't care what any "Dr" or "study" says, the freakin diet works. I'm goin' on this and will keep you posted.
Avatar n tn I appreciate your insight, thank you. I had shoulder cuff injury about six years ago, and had arthroscopic surgery to repair it. The right rhomboid injury happened prior to the shoulder cuff injury. I had my second acupuncture procedure today, and it did seem to have a temporary effect. When the Neurologist was placing the needles, he place one needle right in the middle of the problem. I asked what muscle it was, and he said it was the trapezius...but didn't say which one.
Avatar n tn My blood pressure has always run a little hi and so I am now on blood pressure medicine with a diuretic to loose the water weight. I admit I need to drop some weight and have changed my diet dramatically and can see my new muscle is burning off the fat. I plan on maintaining my current intake of Test and increasing my cardio and reducing my sodium to get my blood pressure down. I would say not to be scared of injections and stay at 1cc a week max.