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1253186 tn?1304787142 I am currently looking for an exercise program that will help me tone up my body plus lose weight- I have done some research on these programs and they sounds so similar but I really need to tone up some areas such as my arms, legs (thighs and calves), and my stomach area. I do have a belly on me, so I was wondeirng if anyone had any preference on to which program would work the best to help tone and flatten my stomach along with losing weight/dropping pant sizes.
572651 tn?1531002957 The New Year always brings with it the round of commercials and articles nudging us to turn our physical well being around with exercise and diets. I just saw a PT yesterday for my bursitis hip and she gave me a set of exercises to do at home. While I was doing foot-pumps and leg lifts to fire my hip muscles., I was wondering what others do to keep active.
Avatar m tn unfortuantely when people wait for time to be available to exercise, it never happens. We have to make time for exercise no matter what even when we are exhausted. Put 20min aside each morning or evening before or after work that you must do.
797971 tn?1238012031 Some form of exercise equipment at home? Tell us a little about what you do daily and the community will try to help you as much as we can. If you'd like to speak to me personally you can send me a note or private message here.
Avatar n tn Late May 2009 -I started on a healthy eating plan and an extreme fitness program called P90X. It consists of working out for an hour to an hour and a half, 6 days a week, for 90 days. -I went on a low carb diet to shred body fat.
Avatar n tn Late May 2009 -I started on a healthy eating plan and an extreme fitness program called P90X. It consists of working out for an hour to an hour and a half, 6 days a week, for 90 days. -I went on a low carb diet to shred body fat.
Avatar n tn Regardless of whether you perform exercise indoors or out, you should drink sufficient water when you exercise. The recommendation is 10 glasses a day for adults and taking drinks every 15-20 minutes during workouts. Sports drinks and juices can replace lost nutrients during exercise. Some sports supplements are known to cause headaches. If you currently use supplements, try cycling out one thing at a time to see if something you are taking is causing the headaches.
Avatar n tn I just have no desire to eat and I'm not tempted by anything. I eat because I have to. I was told to not exercise yet as that will come later on in my program. I've been taking pics at home - one when I started and one on Sunday (exactly 8 days into the program) and there is a significant difference especially in my face and midsection. I can't tell if I lost anymore this week, but I will be sure to update you guys on Friday when I go for my third official weigh in.
Avatar f tn I have a similar problem (perhaps), but I don't feel like it's that easily solved. I played collegiate athletics as well as intramurals, and I continue to play in leagues now that I have graduated. I never work out outside of when I play. Sometimes that will be months apart. If I play a game (football, soccer, basketball) I NEVER have the itching problem and when I just go out an jog I always have it.
Avatar n tn I started to gain weight at about age 25 and at age 31 I was very overweight even with diet and exercise. My cycles were all over the place as well. My husband is Air Force and infertility is not exactly first on their list of things to help people with. When we finally saw an endocrinoligist, he took one look at me and put me on metformin. My husband had infertility problems on his side too and they told us we would have a 5% chance of getting pregnant without using Invitro.
Avatar n tn - In terms of treatment, I've seen two orthopedic surgeons, two chiropractors, PT clinic, exercise physiologists. I get a lot of assumptions that I'm talking about a lower back problem/sciatica which is complete wrong. I did have sciatica which a little bit of PT cleared up. - I've been on NSAIDs (ibuprofen and naproxen), muscle relaxers, antibiotics, neurontin, percocet, vicodin.
Avatar n tn power walking, push ups, yoga stretches, an occasional run. Also, like some others here, I have Raynaud's syndrome (genetic: mother and brother). Yesterday while I was doing nothing strenuous, I felt the familiar tingle, then itching in my right middle finger, then it started to swell and by the end of the day it was like a purple sausage. Hard to bend my finger. Looks pretty hideous right now.
162948 tn?1205256292 It was not until I started reading everyone's post that I realized all of the problems that I've been having were probably from the Mirena (acne where I've never had it, Horrible PMS, funky cycles ranging from 25 -31 days apart and lasting from a couple of days to a week and a half), inexplicable weight gain despite regular exercise and strict food intake management and on and on...). I began my last cycle on the August 14th and it was mostly gone on the day I had the Mirena.