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Jogging & Running: chondromalacia, strengthening exercises, knee brace
Jogging & Running: chondromalacia, strengthening exercises, knee brace, teenager

Jogging & Running: Dry heaving/Gagging/Coughing during daily run, vocal cord dysfunction, speech pathologist
Jogging & Running: Dry heaving/Gagging/Coughing during daily run, vocal cord dysfunction, speech pathologist, gool

Jogging & Running: Ear Pain, ear muffs, impact aerobics
Jogging & Running: Ear Pain, ear muffs, impact aerobics, low blood pressure

Jogging & Running: Extreme burning in calves while jogging-URGENT, calves
Jogging & Running: Extreme burning in calves while jogging-URGENT, calves

Jogging & Running: Feet on desk causing knee problems?, hypermobility, irreparable damage
Jogging & Running: Feet on desk causing knee problems?, hypermobility, irreparable damage, looseness

Jogging & Running: fasciotomy, knee cap, muppet
Jogging & Running: fasciotomy, knee cap, muppet, doctors orders

Jogging & Running: flat feet, custom orthotics, knee and hip pain
Jogging & Running: flat feet, custom orthotics, knee and hip pain, podiatrist

Jogging & Running: foot problems, xray, tendonitis
Jogging & Running: foot problems, xray, tendonitis

Jogging & Running: Heel Pain with walking & running, inner thigh, podiatrist
Jogging & Running: Heel Pain with walking & running, inner thigh, podiatrist, losing weight

Jogging & Running: HIP PAIN AFTER RUNNING, duration
Jogging & Running: HIP PAIN AFTER RUNNING, duration

Jogging & Running: The Human Speed Limit?, olympic events, 200m dash
Jogging & Running: The Human Speed Limit?, olympic events, 200m dash, record speeds

Jogging & Running: hip pain from jogging?, toe nails, sun exposure
Jogging & Running: hip pain from jogging?, toe nails, sun exposure, blisters

Jogging & Running: inner knee pain, knee bursitis, cortisone shot
Jogging & Running: inner knee pain, knee bursitis, cortisone shot, treatment details

Jogging & Running: Jogging and Itching muscles, histamine release, intensly
Jogging & Running: Jogging and Itching muscles, histamine release, intensly, marathons

Jogging & Running: jogging at my age!!??, welcom, facebook
Jogging & Running: jogging at my age!!??, welcom, facebook, runners

Jogging & Running: jogging every day, muscle fibers, burning calories
Jogging & Running: jogging every day, muscle fibers, burning calories, pull ups

Jogging & Running: jogging & hip pain -possibly iliac crest, gluteus medius, bursitis
Jogging & Running: jogging & hip pain -possibly iliac crest, gluteus medius, bursitis, doctor who

Jogging & Running: jogging query, walking pace, good luck
Jogging & Running: jogging query, walking pace, good luck, few minutes

Jogging & Running: jogging sickness, menstrual cramp, irregular intervals
Jogging & Running: jogging sickness, menstrual cramp, irregular intervals, abdominal cramping

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, jog
Jogging & Running: Knee pain, jog

Jogging & Running: Knee pain after jogging, knee pains, aerobics
Jogging & Running: Knee pain after jogging, knee pains, aerobics

Jogging & Running: Back of Knee Soreness the day after..., doubt, cancer
Jogging & Running: Back of Knee Soreness the day after..., doubt, cancer

Jogging & Running: knee joint pain, tums, calcium
Jogging & Running: knee joint pain, tums, calcium

Jogging & Running: lower abdominal pan while running, stitches, cramps
Jogging & Running: lower abdominal pan while running, stitches, cramps, hasn

Jogging & Running: lower leg pain when jogging, oris
Jogging & Running: lower leg pain when jogging, oris

Jogging & Running: menstrual like cramps while jogging, exercise
Jogging & Running: menstrual like cramps while jogging, exercise

Jogging & Running: menstrual-like cramps after jogging, menstrual cramps, abdominal muscles
Jogging & Running: menstrual-like cramps after jogging, menstrual cramps, abdominal muscles, cramps

Jogging & Running: milkshaking for humans?, sodium bicarb, coconut water
Jogging & Running: milkshaking for humans?, sodium bicarb, coconut water, baking soda

Jogging & Running: morning runs, begginer, sugested
Jogging & Running: morning runs, begginer, sugested, especialy

Jogging & Running: New to running, pinches of salt, painful cramps
Jogging & Running: New to running, pinches of salt, painful cramps, glass of water

Jogging & Running: new shoe problems...ouch!!, kensei, running store
Jogging & Running: new shoe problems...ouch!!, kensei, running store, running shoe

Jogging & Running: numb feet, shin splint, alcohol intake
Jogging & Running: numb feet, shin splint, alcohol intake, vitamin d

Jogging & Running: Obese, how to start running?, running programs, dean
Jogging & Running: Obese, how to start running?, running programs, dean

Jogging & Running: pain, unnatural position, stomach
Jogging & Running: pain, unnatural position, stomach

Jogging & Running: pain in achilles below calf
Jogging & Running: pain in achilles below calf

Jogging & Running: post 1/2 marathon, hot sweat, work gloves
Jogging & Running: post 1/2 marathon, hot sweat, work gloves, half marathon

Jogging & Running: MY RIGHT KNEE HURTS, treadmill
Jogging & Running: MY RIGHT KNEE HURTS, treadmill

Jogging & Running: Runner's Knee, knee cap, physical therapy
Jogging & Running: Runner's Knee, knee cap, physical therapy, meniscus

Jogging & Running: Running aches
Jogging & Running: Running aches

Jogging & Running: regular jugging - knee injury, knee pains, hindrances
Jogging & Running: regular jugging - knee injury, knee pains, hindrances, left knee

Jogging & Running: running and heartburn, gatorade, potassium
Jogging & Running: running and heartburn, gatorade, potassium, sodium

Jogging & Running: running to lose weight, bare minimum, body fat
Jogging & Running: running to lose weight, bare minimum, body fat

Jogging & Running: running in place, training for a 10k race, body position
Jogging & Running: running in place, training for a 10k race, body position, marathons

Jogging & Running: running for weight loss, grilled pork chop, grilled chicken breast
Jogging & Running: running for weight loss, grilled pork chop, grilled chicken breast, treadmill

Jogging & Running: Shoulder Sore After Jog - Why?, dehydration
Jogging & Running: Shoulder Sore After Jog - Why?, dehydration

Jogging & Running: Soccer- Improve Pace and Stamina, muscular endurance, slow twitch
Jogging & Running: Soccer- Improve Pace and Stamina, muscular endurance, slow twitch, interval training

Jogging & Running: Sore knees, patello femoral pain syndrome, soft cartilage
Jogging & Running: Sore knees, patello femoral pain syndrome, soft cartilage, ballet dancers

Jogging & Running: Stitch, side stitches, right abdomen
Jogging & Running: Stitch, side stitches, right abdomen, chest cavity

Jogging & Running: stomach pain with running, diarrhoea, early evening
Jogging & Running: stomach pain with running, diarrhoea, early evening, glass of water

Jogging & Running: sweating, dry fit, core temperature
Jogging & Running: sweating, dry fit, core temperature, excessive sweating

Jogging & Running: tingling/numb feet while running, different shoes, elliptical machines
Jogging & Running: tingling/numb feet while running, different shoes, elliptical machines, poor circulation

Jogging & Running: treadmill vs street, treadmill
Jogging & Running: treadmill vs street, treadmill

Jogging & Running: Walking speed, duke of ed, dual carriageway
Jogging & Running: Walking speed, duke of ed, dual carriageway, walking speed

Jogging & Running: Water retention, romaine lettuce, turkey sandwich
Jogging & Running: Water retention, romaine lettuce, turkey sandwich, protein bar

Jogging & Running: Weight gain, ovarian cancer, eating habits
Jogging & Running: Weight gain, ovarian cancer, eating habits, abdomen

Jogging & Running: Weight loss, workout routine, phase 8
Jogging & Running: Weight loss, workout routine, phase 8, chicago runners association

Jogging & Running: Working out too hard?, thyroid hormone levels, low thyroid
Jogging & Running: Working out too hard?, thyroid hormone levels, low thyroid, sleep disturbances

Jogging & Running: fartlek, fartlek, 10min
fartlek, 10min, farts: Hi Jomo It can be any length of run where you keep changing the speed and the recovery such as for a 1 hour run after easy working into a 10min warm up you would pick up the pace for a period of time and then slow it down for a period of time.Their are no...

Jogging & Running: jumpers knee, quadriceps tendonitis, knee cap
quadriceps tendonitis, knee cap, vit c: Hi Myles No such thing as jumpers knee or quad tendonitis.I think he is refering to patella tendonitis,the lagre tendon just below the knee cap that inserts into the quad.When it goes away is a very individual thing.It is not serious.Just continue with the...

Jogging & Running: fast runner, fast twitch muscles, rest phase
fast twitch muscles, rest phase, lifting weights: Hi Brian Intervals are runs or short sprints which can range any where between 50 meters to 3 miles depending on your goals and event with rest phase in between runs.This is why i said sport specific.Plyos are short for plyometric which is another form of...

Jogging & Running: too fat to run?, dear brian, sore feet
dear brian, sore feet, catch 22: dear brian The answer is no you do not have to stop running.Your body just has to adapt which takes time.I would suggest you do a walk jog untill your body can handle full time running again.As i m sure you know the extra thirty pounds would make a world...

Jogging & Running: female runner strange gait, strange gait, health summary
strange gait, health summary, physical exam: Hi Lear Everybody has a basic form and gate geneticly,but with certain workouts you can enhance the situation.If you give me the exam and date she has to complete it and distance,time she has to cover i will put together some workouts for her.I also need...

Jogging & Running: Just a few queries, time speed, reason 3
time speed, reason 3, month and a half: Alison, Sorry about the delay. Your question was a longer one, and I initially put it aside. Unfortunately it then got mixed with many answered ones in my AllExperts box. I only just noticed it now. 1)Running definiely helps make abs strong, and they...

Jogging & Running: fibula weakness/dislocation, training for a half marathon, careful answer
training for a half marathon, careful answer, medical expert: Hi Lizzie The answer is yes,it will be ok.As far as weights go,just ease into it and give yourself 3 days between workouts.The key to good training is patience,consistency,and making the adjustments along the way.Also don t be afraid to take a day off or...

Jogging & Running: first 20k race, 20k race, hightest quality
20k race, hightest quality, inshape: Hi Michael First Michael,how many years have you been running.If you ran 8 miles in 64 min. at any age ,consider your self inshape and above average.Michael,bottom line running will get you to the hightest quality life for years to come and then some. ...

Jogging & Running: My first marathon, first half marathon, first marathon
first half marathon, first marathon, big sur ca: Cynthia, Is it possible? Of course. It takes some work, but anything does. If you are self motivated, then you should be okay on your own. If not, you porbably need a coach. Start by building a base of long slow running. Don t run for distance, run for...

Jogging & Running: flaby skin, lower abs, loose skin
lower abs, loose skin, warm regards: HI MARIE BY DOING TONS OF SITS UP FULL AND HALFS AND CRUNCHES PUT YOUR TOES UNDER A CHAIR OR COUCH AND GO FOR IT. WORK WORK WORK. DO FLOOR WORK ALSO WALKING IS GREAT FOR THE BODY MIND AND SOUL AND DOES HELP TIGHTEN FLAB ESPECIALLY POWER WALKING, MY DAUGHTER...

Jogging & Running: flat feet, water areobics, foot arches
water areobics, foot arches, speciallist: HARRY, I CAN ONLY SUGGEST THAT U HAVE THE VERY BEST BRAND OF RUNNING SHOES AND CUT BACK ON RUNNING AND DO SOME GYM EXERCISES IN BETWEEN. GYM CLASSES OF WEIGHT LIFTING, STEPPING, ETC HELPS IN BETWEEN, ALSO WATER AREOBICS IS GREAT FOR RELIEF. I WOULD SEE...

Jogging & Running: foot ligament pain, ligaments and tendons, ligament pain
ligaments and tendons, ligament pain, ankle sprains: Hi Jackson You are not permanently damaged,you have to take your situation very seriously and do some alernative rehap for your ankle and supporting tissues and ligaments and tendons.You should keep your milaege low and at a very relaxed pace.Stay of hills.You...

Jogging & Running: foot pain, immodium, elimination process
immodium, elimination process, new pair of shoes: Hi Carly As far as pain goes,just cut back your running the last week and a half with a couple easy walks,and 4 days before the race just go out for walks instead.In regards to your diarrhea carly.It is more than likley diet related.Certain foods are the...

Jogging & Running: foot pain, inflamation, soccer ball
inflamation, soccer ball, running shoes: Hi Carlos When you start a running program whether or not your over weight you will experience some discomfort from time to time as your body adapts to the new level of stress on the musculature,tendons.To reduce the inflamation you want to keep iceing it...

Jogging & Running: foot pain, half marathon, knee brace
half marathon, knee brace, foot pain: Hi Carly I have heard of this and experienced it my self years ago.It is more than likley a neruoma.One of the biggest things that cause it is running in shoes that are to tight leaving no room for the fore foot to spread on planting.That is probably why...

Jogging & Running: foot problems, olympic gold medalists, information thanks
olympic gold medalists, information thanks, foot problems: Jared, I hate to bust your bubble but the worst thing you can do is run 3 times a day. YOu will get better at the same frightening pace by training smart and consistent. Trust me I know. In high school I really didn t have a coach and did just about everything...

Jogging & Running: foot problems, soft tissue damage, stress fracture
soft tissue damage, stress fracture, foot problems: Hi Jared It could be a stress fracture,but i thing it is more like soft tissue damage.3 times a day is to much.Give yourself a break and cut back to 1 a day for a couple a weeks.Your not leting heal.Any other questions get in touch jared. All the best...

Jogging & Running: out of fuel for my run, tae bo, excess energy
tae bo, excess energy, increments: Hi Toyin There are a number of things that could cause your situation such as diet and just plain overtraing.Since your new to this stuff,your body has not caught up.Just remember,without rest there will be no growth.With out knowing your age ,height weight.fitness...

Jogging & Running: Gaining weight since I started running, 15k race, good fats
15k race, good fats, few more miles: Hi Kara Just eat normal.Three meals a day with the proper balance of protein,carbs and good fats.The breakfast is the key to set you up for the day.Walnuts are a great snack loaded with omega 3 s to nibble on and take the edge off.Drink lots of water all...

Jogging & Running: Good walking/jogging shoes, jogging shoes, good shoes
jogging shoes, good shoes, running shoe: Hi Lori Your body will adapt to your new program over time and you just have to have a lot of patience and being consistent.Start adding 500mg of vit c to your 3 meals a day to enhance muscle and tissue recovery.The most importnt part of the running shoe...

Jogging & Running: Groin pain, groin pain, groin strain
groin pain, groin strain, groin area: Hi Leo I really don t think it is vas deferms.I really think it is a groin strain.Adductor, abductor,a little hamstring.Why because it comes on slowly.I suggest you get back to the basics and get into some streching,ice the area after workout,drop the weight,strenthen...

Jogging & Running: gagging / throwing up while running:, 8oz glass, powerbar
8oz glass, powerbar, height weight: Hi Bill As you start to get in better shape and start pushing yourself,your body starts clearing itself out.This is a good thing.You have to take a good look at your diet and eat good clean balanced foods.I really don t know anything about your present and...

Jogging & Running: gaining speed and power, leg curls, hypergravity
leg curls, hypergravity, jumpsoles: Hi Blair I have allread seen that site,and personally feel you should of saved your money.That said,your legs can only take so much,especially at 14 years old when your still growing.There is nothing wrong with working your legs,but any exercise you do should...

Jogging & Running: gallen@eulaisd.net, illiotibial band, gallen
illiotibial band, gallen, workouts: Hi Nancy The answer is YES if you you don t address the situation.All injury s have the potential to be serious if you don t make ajustments along the way.Also problems come on slowly,so you can track back when it started and identifiy the workouts.If i new...

Jogging & Running: general training and marathon, eliptical machines, marathon training
eliptical machines, marathon training, best excersices: Great to see you again Eran First thing,forget the doctors.They are totally ignorant when it comes to sports injuries.My prescription is strech ,strech ,strech.The real bottom line is practice preventive exercises if you you want to be a serious athlete for...

Jogging & Running: glucosamine and chondroitin, glucosamine and chondroitin, asphalt concrete
glucosamine and chondroitin, asphalt concrete, inbalance: eric first your age is not a problem.Second to take care of your knee s and the rest of body you should develope a weight program to take care of the inbalance you develope over time.About your knee s.You need to strenthen your quads and hamstrings and focus...

Jogging & Running: why is it good to jog and..., heart stress, control diabetes
heart stress, control diabetes, elimination process: Edwin The benifits numerous....Here is just a few. Heart; stress ;weight control;diabetes;strong bones; Cancer;speeds elimination process contribuing to reduced desease.Hope this give you some motivation. The very best to you John www.rentacoachinternational.co...

Jogging & Running: gym, elliptical cross trainer, gym workout
elliptical cross trainer, gym workout, great shape: Hi Gracie To get in great shape for track season and soccer you should really be outside with a good focused program.That being said,when you go to the gym i do recomend the elliptical for one very important reason.It is the machine where your going to put...

Jogging & Running: Headaches, horrible headaches, cause headaches
horrible headaches, cause headaches, swelling of the brain: Hi Tara There are a number of diseases that cause headaches,but being a former runner and your just starting back,i would say you have an effort headache.Buildup of latic acid and low carbon dioxide probably cause dilation of blood vessels supplying the brain,resulting...

Jogging & Running: Headaches, exercise headaches, types of headaches
exercise headaches, types of headaches, horrible headaches: Hi Tara, I have experienced these types of post-exercise headaches (effort migraines) as well. I found that mine were brought on by a combination of things... the most common of which were an increased effort in my training regimen combined with undernourishment...

Jogging & Running: Health, john dehart, albuquerque new mexico
john dehart, albuquerque new mexico, productive life: tony.....running as you get older only increases your chances of a more active and up beat productive life.they die like everybody from various situations.I have not seen any specific sites but you might try doing some googling. best to you John DeHart ...

Jogging & Running: Heart Rate Monitors, max heart rate, resting heart rate
max heart rate, resting heart rate, albuquerque new mexico: Hi Tony I know what your talking about since years ago i used one for some time and it does take time to settle down to a normal steady state.I m confident it has nothing to do with your fitness,and more than likley it is in the function of your pulse meter.I...

Jogging & Running: Heart rate and the heat, heart rate monitor, david answer
heart rate monitor, david answer, crazy products: Hi David Thanks for the article it was interesting,but means nothing.As i said there is many things that effect your heart.Just stick with perceived effort and stay away from heart monitor.Running is very simple,and all the promoters are trying to force feed...

Jogging & Running: Heart rate, racing heart, heart problems
racing heart, heart problems, docter: HI KEN I DO NOT HAVE ANY IDEA WHY THIS WOULD HAPPEN IF ANYTHING RUNNING SHOULD AFTER BEING VERY FIT DROP. MAYBE U BEST MAKE A VISIT TO A DOCTER AND SEE IF YOUR HEART IF OK TO RUN THIS MUCH.? I DO NOT LIKE TO HEAR THIS AND I AM SORRY BUT I CANNOT HELP...

Jogging & Running: Heel injury, anaerobic fitness, heel spurs
anaerobic fitness, heel spurs, doctor didn: Jen, I am surprised you never had problems before for 18 years. Heel spurs can be a real pain. Do you have access to a pool, such as at a fitness club? If you do, the best thing to do is to do water running. This is an excellent way to keep your fitness...

Jogging & Running: Heel Pain with walking & running, new balance running shoes, custom orthodics
new balance running shoes, custom orthodics, acis shoes: Hi Jamie It very likley could be a bone spur which may cause pain and tenderness at the base of the calcaneus bone.This is also associated with with chronic plantar fasciitis.Your right about the connection point where the achilles tendon inserts.I would...

Jogging & Running: Hello Again, time intervals, slow pace
time intervals, slow pace, physical test: Hi Burak First thing i would do is a time trial for 3000 meters 1.86 miles to get comfortable with the distance and your splits.Then repeat the time trial 4 weeks later then 2 weeks later after that.These will give you the confidence when your event comes....

Jogging & Running: Help....., light exercise, butter milk
light exercise, butter milk, brisk walking: Tyson Brisk walking with arms swinging is the best daily do about half mile and work up to 2 or 3 or even 5 mile 3 times a week. Cut sugars, creams, carbs, breads, butter, milk go low fat, etc. You can eat, just cut back on this stuff. Regards Pat...

Jogging & Running: Help!, nike run, light job
nike run, light job, richmond park: SD, If you are still pretty sore, you definitely should not do very much. A very light jog of maybe 10 minutes and drinking a lot of water may help. A light jog will get the blood flowing and will help the body eliminate toxins and lactic acid buildup....

Jogging & Running: Help, brisk walk, good health
brisk walk, good health, love: Norman I would start out walking to a brisk walk for one mile then work up to jogging or running. You must do alot of stretching before and alot of cooling down slowly so you get no ligement damage or tears. This is important to do or you go cold it could...

Jogging & Running: HIP PAIN AFTER RUNNING, time moves, streching
time moves, streching, hip pain: Hi Kristin If you just started running,you probably have a number of imbalances that have to be addressed as time moves on such as your hips.Trace back your running and you will find the answer to your injury.I m sure it is just a little soft tissue situation.Start...

Jogging & Running: Hiking, ft elevation gain, mount everest climber
ft elevation gain, mount everest climber, jim whittaker: Hi Adam Sounds like fun Adam.Nutrition wise,i would add a quality multi vit.500mg vit.C with your three meals a day for conective tissue,cells,tendons etc.This is like gold for athletes.Also some extra cal, mag.tabs.Exercises,i would include leg extentions,leg...

Jogging & Running: Hill training, incline treadmill, inclines
incline treadmill, inclines, local high school: David, Sorry about the delay, I was experiencing log in problems. If there is no other possible way to run hills, and an incline treadmill is not available, then running stairs is better than nothing. Actually, they probably will be quite good, however,...

Jogging & Running: Hip Pain, prevention exercises, old shoes
prevention exercises, old shoes, new shoes: Hi Teri First,, don t go running to a physio doctor or any doctor untill you completely rehabb your self.Most every single injury can be fixed with good old fashion work and a lot of patience and consistency in the rehabbing on a on going basis,and that is...

Jogging & Running: Hip Pain follow up, knee bone, naproxin
knee bone, naproxin, hip pain: Hi Steve Many times the angle or curvarture of the surface can cause many problems such as what your experiencing,but only you could be the judge of that.It is very common.Your right about the bike.You can try wall sits for time.Sit up against the wall like...

Jogging & Running: Hip Pain, prevention exercises, alighnment
prevention exercises, alighnment, prevention work: Hi Steve First thing i would do is stop taking alleve and naproxin.You have to treat the cause.The medicine will just mask the situation and reduce some of the discomfort.Unless you correct the problem,things will just continue and affect the rest of the...

Jogging & Running: Hip pain, greater trochanter, iliac spine
greater trochanter, iliac spine, external rotation: Mike, You need to take time off. When you have pain that lingers it is most often because you don;t give the area the needed rest to recover fully. By continuing to run on it, you only exacerbate the problem. No injury should linger for 8 months. Take 3...

Jogging & Running: Hip pain, training for a half marathon, salt baths
training for a half marathon, salt baths, easy jogging: Hi Hellen First thing, is after training for four months the training you have done is in the body and is what you will run on the 30th.Considering a very reduced week before the 30th and it is now the 4th of september you have only two and a half weeks to...

Jogging & Running: Hit a plateau after 10 years of running?, plateau base, body fat measurement
plateau base, body fat measurement, burning calories: Hi Rachel The first thing i would do is have your body fat measured with calipers to give you a base line to work with and guide you.You should look for 12 to 15 percent.You will gain a fair amount of muscle with your program,but it is simple.You burn off...

Jogging & Running: The Human Speed Limit?, remarkable improvements, mile barrier
remarkable improvements, mile barrier, marathoners: Alison, I do not know that a 3 minute mile is possible, however it was once thought impossible to run a 4 minute mile. There are mega marathoners that can run for nearly 300 miles in grueling conditions. Is this human? There are some people whose bodies...

Jogging & Running: Hurt Solaris, sore Calf, numbness in toes, numbness in toes, camp lejune
numbness in toes, camp lejune, sgt usmc: Hi Larry First thing that comes to mind is your running shoes are to tight since when your foot plants and gets progresivly worse,this tells me your pinching neves in your forefoot do to the lack of room for your foot to spread at foot plant.Also the shock...

Jogging & Running: Hurting ankles, half miles, ankles
half miles, ankles, 28 years: Hi Caroline You have to back off a little and strech your runs out with a little more rest and let the body catch up to your program.The body adapts over time,but you can t force it to do what it doesn t want to do.Without rest there is no growth..Start incorporating...

Jogging & Running: half-marathon, running a half marathon, good shape
running a half marathon, good shape, dehart: Hi Saul If you are running a half marathon sunday,the only recommendation i have is just do some easy running with some strides at the end and take saturday off.About the race,use the first half to just stay confortable well within in your self.At this time...

Jogging & Running: half marathon, first half marathon, workout routine
first half marathon, workout routine, hi john: Hi Carly Depending on what your goals are and what your trying to accomplish time wise and the length of your preparation for this race,it is very likely you could start your taper well before the last week to insure your best performance.The week before...

Jogging & Running: hard surface causes knees to feal weak/numb, soft surfaces, concreate
soft surfaces, concreate, funny feeling: The body takes on more stress running on hard surfaces as the hard surface leads to more shocks from the pounding.Also, women s bones are most often softer than men s. This combination can easily lead to discomfort in the knees and shins. I would recommend...

Jogging & Running: Never healing sprain on top of my foot, salt baths, connective tissues
salt baths, connective tissues, half marathon: Hi Kara Your foot just said you did to much to soon.Trying to figure out how long a injury takes to totally heal is not easy.You just have to test the waters from time to time and put your focus on rehabbing and alternative ways to train to maintain your...

Jogging & Running: health, warm regards, fifty years
warm regards, fifty years, runners: HI TONY THE SITES I HAVE CHECKED SOME RUNNERS ARE GOING STRON AT FIFTY YEARS OLD. DEPENDS ON THE CARE OF YOUR BODY ETC. HERE ARE A FEW SITES TO CHECK ON TO READ ABOUT SOME: http://www.coolrunning.com/forums/Forum13/HTML/002057-2.shtml http://www.runningtimes.com/issues/01apr/msterschamps.htm...

Jogging & Running: heart rate, average heart rate, bad circulation
average heart rate, bad circulation, cholesterol tests: Hi Roy First thing i want to ask you if you reside in the usa?The reason for this is your situation needs a rather lengthy explanation and it is not easy to do this by email to make sure i get the answers you need to hear. Would it be ok if you could call...

Jogging & Running: heart rate, best guess, heart rate
best guess, heart rate, dr christopher: Dear Randy, Heart rate is an indication of the heart s response to exercise. If you feel discomfort while running (you have difficulty running and talking without getting breathless) then you are anaerobic and your pace will need to be slowed or you will...

Jogging & Running: heartburn, minute pace, calories per day
minute pace, calories per day, half marathon: Hi Gary I have decided do to the time period you have been experiencing blood in urine that i really think i should not comment.It is not uncommen to have this,and more than likely it is not a problem.Their is a number of things that could contribute to it.I...

Jogging & Running: heel pain from shin splints??, shin splint, foot injuries
shin splint, foot injuries, shin splints: Hi Christine, Sometimes heel pain can be a symptom of Plantar Fasciitis. Recovery time varies for this. You will need to stretch and ice the area to improve the condition as rest alone may not remedy the pain. If you Google “Plantar faciitis” you’ll find...

Jogging & Running: heel spurs, basketball game, fasciitis
basketball game, fasciitis, speedy recovery: How are ya Mike It definetly sounds like plantar fasciitis.I have had it myself years ago. It is a slight tearing of the covering of the foot and can become chronic if you do not take care of it and keep on top of it.The answer is take it easy till it goes...

Jogging & Running: hello i have a question, miss kitty, thights
miss kitty, thights, musculature: Hi Miss Kitty Your musculature is genetic.When you run it is possible that your thights will increase in size a little with incline or level,but what really will happen is a more cut defined look.Don t get stressed out miss kitty,just enjoy the new healty...

Jogging & Running: hello i have a question, health benefits, bodybuilder
health benefits, bodybuilder, thighs: Hi...don t worry about your legs. My legs were no bigger when I ran 120 miles a week than when I ran 30 miles a week. They will be strong but not bodybuilder type legs. Uphill running is actualy some of the best training you can do so I would recommend doing...

Jogging & Running: help, john dehart, albuquerque new mexico
john dehart, albuquerque new mexico, kicking a football: dear harry you can get a weight and it doesn t have to be a dumbell.let it hang off your foot and then curl your foot up.you will probably have to sit on a table with your legs droping down.another thing is i recomend for people who exercise a lot is 1500...

Jogging & Running: help, fresh fruits vegetables, simple sugars
fresh fruits vegetables, simple sugars, whole grains: Dear Lawrence, You can meet both your goals by slowing your jogging down and going longer, not faster. When you run you need to be able to talk with ever becoming breathless or winded. If you do you must slow down, or walk until you recover. This way you...

Jogging & Running: hii would like to take up..., strong heart, warm regards
strong heart, warm regards, cross trainer: Hi Asks: There is absolutely no secret to working out to look super great. Look at my daughter of 45 years on my site on the family page. She does Power Walking 4 mile a day 7 days a week, then she walks up hill on her treadmill half hour as she has no...

Jogging & Running: i understand what your saying..., minute mile pace, albuquerque new mexico
minute mile pace, albuquerque new mexico, cross trainer: You can not make progress running for two minutes...you just have to slow down and take it easy.you have to start some where.as i said cover thirty minutes at some pace and then move up The very best to you JohnFrom time to time i do FREE conference calls...

Jogging & Running: hip joint pain, hip joint pain, illiotibial band
hip joint pain, illiotibial band, hip joints: Hi Jaclyn Most problems are associated with alignment and weak musculature and trying to build up mileage to quickly especially training for the marathon.With out knowing your background and training schedule for the marathon,it is hard to pin point things.It...

Jogging & Running: hip/leg/knee soreness, hip flexor, knee soreness
hip flexor, knee soreness, hip leg: Hi Dani I would only use the stationary bike and no weights at this stage while your in marathon mode.Weights should come only in foundation build up.On the bike just use the time it takes you to do the runs for the bike work.Also start taking 500mg vit.c...

Jogging & Running: hip pain, salt baths, preventive work
salt baths, preventive work, hip pain: Hi Gail You do not need orthotics.You must get to the route of the problem and what is causing it.In most cases it is just tightness of the surrounding tissues tendons etc..Start with some light stretching of hamstrings,quads,hip,psoas muscle,low back,ab...

Jogging & Running: hip pain, sciatica nerve, probiotic supplements
sciatica nerve, probiotic supplements, core work: Hi Nancie The piriformis and the sciatica nerve are interrelated so it is hard to differentiate which is the culprit.I don have any specific stretches other than the normal ones such as hamstrings, quads,low back,hip.Most all problems are directly related...

Jogging & Running: hip pain from jogging?, lb weight loss, tendonites
lb weight loss, tendonites, connective tissues: Hi Mary First thing i would do is stop using the (Etodolac)and any other meds.The reason for this is you don t want to mask the situation.The discomfort is your body talking to you and saying fix me and treat the cause and then i will go away.It is not specifically...

Jogging & Running: hip pain after jogging, crossing legs, pull ups
crossing legs, pull ups, inflamation: Hi patrick I think do to your length of inactivity that if you start a good overall light streching program covering all body parts.Low back,hips,hamstrings,quads,upper back,etc.etc. that you will see a big difference and probably eliminate your situation.I...

Jogging & Running: hip pain & running, prevention exercises, hip muscles
prevention exercises, hip muscles, medicine specialist: Dear Gary Congratulations on your new way of life.It will be a fun journey enjoy.I started like you 28yrs.ago and also felt like i came back from the dead. 24 marathons and 400 to 500 other races of different lengths and still going strong 7 days a week.Keep...

Jogging & Running: hip pain, l5 s1, surgery history
l5 s1, surgery history, back surgery: I would seek medical assistance, especially with your back surgery history. I don t know what caused it, I am not an athletic trainer or physical therapist or doctor to evaluate an injury, let alone try to guess on what happened to you, over one email. A...

Jogging & Running: hot lower body, leg curls, skinny legs
leg curls, skinny legs, leg presses: Hi Shila Running is a great exercise for shaping the legs,but if you want to increase the size you have to add a good weight program of squats,leg extentions,leg curls,leg presses,calf raises.If you have any other questions just get in touch. All the best...

Jogging & Running: My husband just started jogging..., different shoes, soft drinks
different shoes, soft drinks, running shoes: Sabrina, It is good that he is focusing on his health. At his current weight he will be on a track to health problems. Unfortunately with his current weight, it is likely he will experience some pain from the stress of running. It will subside after the...

Jogging & Running: My husband has taken up jogging..., cardio workouts, different shoes
cardio workouts, different shoes, pain killers: Allison, At 300 pounds, that s a lot of force on his knees & other joints, too, with the action of running. 3-4 miles as well is a lot of mileage to cover for his weight, I imagine it takes him 30-40 minutes or more to cover. If he is constantly taking...

Jogging & Running: Increasing Stamina, increasing stamina, hi tim
increasing stamina, hi tim, workouts: Hi Tim Short term, work your way up to an easy 30 minute jog 3 days a week.Long term 45 minutes 4 days a week with 1 run of 1hr 20 minutes on the 5th day.If you can confortbly get up to these numbers your there tim.Be patient and maintain your focus and let...

Jogging & Running: Increasing speed, hi mike, football history
hi mike, football history, football season: Hi Mike First i need a bio and a specific event in track since american football season is all most over,(don t no what country your in or a high school student or colledge.Your bio needs to talk to track and football history and goals down the road.Be very...

Jogging & Running: Injury, hi john, running shoes
hi john, running shoes, ankles: Hi Shannon If she is just starting out,this can be somewhat normal as her body adapts to the overload.Also the running shoes could be a little bit beat up.I would really need to know little more to zero in,those to items have a real focus.Maybe she is just...

Jogging & Running: Injury, cartilage surfaces, cartilage damage
cartilage surfaces, cartilage damage, leg curls: Hi Paul More than likley you have the start of a little chondromalicia which means disinteggration of the pantella and femoral cartilage surfaces,resulting in uneven rough gliding motion between these structures.The kneecap functions like a train on the railroad...

Jogging & Running: Inner ankle and knee discomfort, yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, case histories: Hi Helen I don t think it is the shoes.It is just the stress of the training.Your ankle i would ice it often.Your knee is probably tracking.Exercise bike is the best to improve tracking.I have copied some case histories and testimonials of cause and prescription...

Jogging & Running: Inner calf pain, calf muscles, cross country team
calf muscles, cross country team, 5k races: Hi Tom I would just do an easy 40min jog on thurs and fri with some relaxed strides at the end of about 75 meters and hard speed on sat,off on sun,light speed mon,easy jogging tues.Don t strech your over streched calf.Let it heal.Streching should be very...

Jogging & Running: ITBand Pain, mizuno shoes, leg curls
mizuno shoes, leg curls, salt baths: Hi NJ I would not go to chiropractic.I would start on a good weight program.Leg extensions,leg curls,abductor-adductors and stationary bike.I think this is the route you have to take in rebalancing everything,and then after afew weeks test the waters and...

Jogging & Running: iam a biginner at running, getting into shape, decent shape
getting into shape, decent shape, long distances: Do not get frustrated if you can t catch up right now to the entire team. Everyone is at different levels & different abilities for the team, and you are the same. What I mean is that it will take time to get in XC shape for the sport, and it doesn t happen...

Jogging & Running: iliac crest pain, iliac crest pain, core work
iliac crest pain, core work, stationary bike: Hi Eleanor Most all problems associated with running are directly related to alignment,tracking.There is never one answer for the cause.It is the accumulation of things that slowly creep up with training that we tend to ignore unless it become to painfull.Your...

Jogging & Running: improved speed, wind sprints, hockey field
wind sprints, hockey field, three quarters: Hi Jay Since your allready in good shape, you can go right at it.You still have to proceed with caution when you move into a new regieme.What i recomend is two workouts. 1...a sport specific intervals program,where you duplicate what happens on the hockey...

Jogging & Running: improvement and pain treatment, salt baths, 2 train
salt baths, 2 train, time suggestions: Hi adina Very entertaining,not boring.You didn t mention your height weight.If that is not in line with the norm,it could be a factor.What i recomend adina is for you to treat this serious and get back to the basics and be more consistent.Here is a list....

Jogging & Running: improving endurance and stamina, maximum heart rate, heart rate monitor
maximum heart rate, heart rate monitor, good heart: You don t need a heart monitor, learn to run how you feel and listen to your body. Your body will perform the same taks at different heart levels on different days due to freshness or fatigue. Therefore, if you base everything on heart rate, you may overwork...

Jogging & Running: improving endurance and stamina, maximum heart rate, marathon distances
maximum heart rate, marathon distances, marathon runners: For enjoying the aerobic exercises, and with your short track distance background, I m not sure a short marathon (assuming a 1/2 marathon) is not an ideal choice to be doing. Perhaps a 5K or 10K distance would be a better choice, as you can still do some...

Jogging & Running: How to increase my speed, frog jumps, jump rope
frog jumps, jump rope, rest periods: Hi Michael You have made good progress with your strength work and hills etc.You have to now work on some running drills and back off everything except the hill repeats,which you want to cut to 60 to 75m and work up to 10 to 15 at 10 to 15 degree.The other...

Jogging & Running: info, world class runners, mile pace
world class runners, mile pace, hi adam: Hi Adam The only thing i can think of is your starting out to fast.I have world class runners when starting out who are all most crawling 8 to 9 min.pace.Later there hiting 5:30 to 6 pace.I guess that puts you at 11 pace in the first 400.Give it a try and...

Jogging & Running: More info, vegetables and salads, roller coasters
vegetables and salads, roller coasters, answe: dear hosana first thing hosana you have to begin with the end in mind and you like thousands and thousands of others for some reason like to ride roller coasters.get all excited for a quick ride and then jump off.you have 50 to 60 years in front of you...

Jogging & Running: injury, compartment syndrome, shin splints
compartment syndrome, shin splints, shin splins: Hi Chris Who diagnoste you with compartment syndrome?Shin splints is just a weaknest in those muscles.ICE ICE ICE.. as often as you can.500mg vit.c with your 3 meals a day.Compartment syndrome is inflamation and swelling of muscles develop,resulting in restriction...

Jogging & Running: injury, achilles tendon, muscle twitches
achilles tendon, muscle twitches, muscle contractions: Hi Mike Definition Muscle cramps are involuntary and often painful contractions of the muscles which produce a hard, bulging muscle.Muscle twitching (fasciculation) is the result of spontaneous local muscle contractions that are involuntary and typically...

Jogging & Running: inner ankle pain, inner ankle pain, flat feet
inner ankle pain, flat feet, shin splints: Brent, I m sorry, but I m not an athletic trainer, nor can I evaluate such an injury over an email. I would not run through the pain because that only makes a problem worse. I would look at getting it checked out by a doctor or chiropractor as my suggestions....

Jogging & Running: inner knee pain, ligaments tendons, strained ligaments
ligaments tendons, strained ligaments, rehap: Hi Nadine Sounds like tendonitis or some strained ligaments.You could also have some tracking problems.I would do some stationary biking for a week which will hellp retrack your knee and strenghen your quads which is contributory to tracking of the knee.I...

Jogging & Running: interested in taking up jogging/running, exercise muscles, warm up and cool downs
exercise muscles, warm up and cool downs, many different things: Jennifer I WOULD DO SOME WORKOUTS MADE UP TO MUSIC AT HOME INSIDE ALSO. YOU NEED TO EXPAND YOUR LUNGS, STRONG HEART, ETC. WHEN YOU JOG, WHY NOT START BY JUST BRISK WALKING? GO AS LONG AND FAST AS U CAN WITH ARMS FLYING AT YOUR SIDES. DO THIS FOR AS LONG...

Jogging & Running: interval runs, interval training, sports coach
interval training, sports coach, fitness levels: Hi Joe The first thing i need to know before i can advise you on the intervals,is what sport or event if it is track and field,cross country that you are preparing for.Also just curious,why doesn t your coach tell you what kind of workouts to do?Let me know...

Jogging & Running: Jog duration, breast shape, hi adam
breast shape, hi adam, few more miles: Hi Adam To reduce body fat any place on your body you want to do 30 minutes 5 to 6 days a week plus a lot of ab work and really fine tune your diet with a good balance.For the chest you want to do a complete upper body program incorporating all the muscle...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, high blood pressure, chest pains
high blood pressure, chest pains, warm regards: HI STEWART I WOULD NOT JOG OR RUN, WHY NOT POWER WALK. TAKE AS BIG OF STEPS AS U CAN AS FAST AS U CAN, HEAD UP AND ARMS SWINGING AT YOUR SIDES. THIS IS A SAFER WORK OUT THAN THAT FOR YOUR AGE AND HEALTH IN GENERAL. WARM UP AND COOL DOWN FOR YOUR MUSCLES...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, fructose corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup
fructose corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, high fructose corn: Hi Jen, Having just started running a month ago, you won t see a fast weight reduction. The body normally doesn t begin to burn fat until it burns it sugar stores. This fat burning starts to occur usually after 30-35 minutes of exercise. 4 days a week is...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, odd days, musculature
odd days, musculature, energy systems: Hi Sean You are correct about taking time of from time to time.You can always do walking on odd days.Your body,musculature,energy systems adapts to overload over time sean.The key is patience,patience and listen to your body talk and then ajust.If you have...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, high blood pressure, chest pains
high blood pressure, chest pains, happy life: It may be best to check yourself over with a doctor to check that everythings ok. But it sounds like your fine! Take things easy to start with and stop immediately if you feel something is wrong. Starting up running again is brilliant. It should get you back...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, albuquerque new mexico, mouth nose
albuquerque new mexico, mouth nose, development phase: dear shashi A ok....but you really do not need to.your breathing will come automatically.your probably running to fast and your just starting out and your body take s time in the adaptiion development phase which is allways on going depending on your...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, lack motivation, gentle pace
lack motivation, gentle pace, sarah x: It really doesn t matter its whats easiest and more convenient for you. I find it easier to get it done in the morning but some people lack motivation then in the morning! Start off by running bout 3-4 times a week at a gentle pace at whatever is comfortable...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, proper diet, heart rate
proper diet, heart rate, gold standard: Hi tracy That is called no excuse dedication.Keep up the great work tracy.You will probably burn about 150 cal.Benifits are in the range of 65 to 70 percent and up.What your doing is the gold standard along with the proper diet.They go hand and hand tracy.You...

Jogging & Running: Jogging after 50, desired results, connective tissue
desired results, connective tissue, commited: Hi Ravi First their is no technigues.Second it is the best thing you can do for your situation.The most important thing is patience,consistent with your approach and take it slowly as your body adapts over time.Not knowing your overall shape,i would start...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, maximum heart rate, max heart rate
maximum heart rate, max heart rate, minute pace: Hi Paul I can t tell you about bad idea on max heart rate,since i no nothing in regards to your overall health.First paul if you just want to get in shape and lose 15 pounds,you don t need to approach max rate.65 to 70 percent of max is just fine,and longer...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, added stress, body parts
added stress, body parts, free time: Hi Christie No problem at all.The only thing you have to be aware of when you increase the time or miles or pace,is the added stress on all body parts.Keep an eye on 3 days post run,since this is usually about when things pop up outside of a little soreness.Once...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, fructose corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup
fructose corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, video workouts: Hi Linda, Good to hear back. As far as warming up goes, walking a few minutes is always a good idea. Just a little activity to get the blood flowing is good. After your jog, it is highly recommended to stretch. This will help the tendons and muscles to...

Jogging & Running: Jogging & Breakfast, light snack, margie
light snack, margie, carbs: Jay: Great question and you have the right idea. You don t want to run with no fuel , so eating light before a run is wise, however make sure you do it about an hour before you run and do not eat anything heavy. Some ideas are: bananas, bagel-peanut...

Jogging & Running: Jogging after my first child, fitness ball, knee problems
fitness ball, knee problems, hectic schedule: Shell, The best I can offer for assistance is suggesting some walk & jog intervals. This should keep you from the increased pounding on your lower body, yet still work as a great way to raise your heart rate up and keep it there as you re slightly recovering...

Jogging & Running: Jogging "form" and Trail Running Event Training, smaller steps, running training
smaller steps, running training, alden: Dear Michael, It sounds like you are getting a good start. Continue to increase your distance as it feels good, and don t push yourself to stress at all until you are fully warmed up and feel up to it. After you have achieved a 10k distance, simply begin...

Jogging & Running: Jogging for health, basketball league, good shape
basketball league, good shape, 28 years: Angie, That is great that you have started to jog. I would encourage you to work up to 15 minutes. Then keep working up. Don t settle for the same thing. Watch your diet and keep exercising (3-4 days a week is great). You can even get into a basketball...

Jogging & Running: Jogging Itch, tiny capillaries, weights training
tiny capillaries, weights training, sedentary person: Hi Victor I know what you mean,i had the same situation when i started back up years ago which in time went away.I personally don t know what causes this ,found some info that makes perfect sense.I have had other inquirys mostly people starting from scratch....

Jogging & Running: Jogging and Itching muscles, warm ups, mucles
warm ups, mucles, work outs: Hi Julie Your over working your new muscles, they are tired, going to be sore and torn if u do not do this slowly, they itch because blood flow has had to go to them being newly used., Lay low and do a twenty minute warm up and cool down as well. Work...

Jogging & Running: Jogging and Knee Injury, medial meniscus, mri test
medial meniscus, mri test, wet floor: Hi Abdul Your situation was not caused by running on hard surface.By all means you will be able to run again after your rehabbing is done,that is for sure.Your going to be fine Abdul,keep positive.Any other questions just get in touch. All the very best...

Jogging & Running: Jogging query, target weight, gold program
target weight, gold program, ankle area: Hi Yvonne You have just started,so your msculature,tendons,tissue,connective tissue has to adapt to the new overload program.I would suggest breaking up your daily runs with some full rest or active rest days for about 7 to 10 days so your body catches up.No...

Jogging & Running: Jogging question, hey lou, lower back pain
hey lou, lower back pain, back answer: Hey Lou I don t think it is related to jogging.If you trace back when you first felt the pain or strain you can pin point it with 95 persent accuracy.It probably happened in the last three to five days or ten days.You could even strain it by just bending...

Jogging & Running: Jogging/squats for "Pear" Shapes, pear shapes, degree elevation
pear shapes, degree elevation, leg muscle: Hi Amanda Yes,get rid of the squats and lunges get into hill repeats.Will shape the quads and the butttocks in no time. Find a hill about 150 to 200 meters with about a 8 to 10 degree elevation and work up to 15 repeats twice a week.If you have other questions...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, heart atack, john dehart
heart atack, john dehart, albuquerque new mexico: dear stewart The general signs for heart atack are tightnest in middleof chest and pain moving down arm with also in the jaw.you did not tell me your cholestral which is very significant as we get holder.I would find that out right away.you also did...

Jogging & Running: John,I walk evey day 25-30..., shin splints, healing process
shin splints, healing process, numbness: Hi Reggie You have a case of shin splints,which is a weakness of the muscles sournding the bone.Don t Stress,just ice it after all your walks,and as your muscles adapt it will all go away.Ad 500mg of vitamin C to your diet 3 times a day with your 3 meals...

Jogging & Running: Joint Fatigue, tight hamstrings, stretching exercises
tight hamstrings, stretching exercises, reputable sources: Dear Lemas, You cannot determine the extent, or the cause, of your joint pain without a medical evaluation. I would suggest you get a check-up from a sport-related physician who works with runners. He or she will be able to give you a diagnosis and refer...

Jogging & Running: Joint Fatigue/ Physical Therapy, tight hamstrings, time and patience
tight hamstrings, time and patience, sports therapy: Hi Lemas: First of all, it depends on what type of injury it is, it could be minor or a bit more serious. The main thing is that you want to treat it before it gets worse. If you are having pain of some kind, the best thing you can do is give your knee...

Jogging & Running: Joint Fatigue, tight hamstrings, little groove
tight hamstrings, little groove, nifty design: Hi Lemas Runner s Knee (Chondromalacia of the patella) Description: Pain around and sometimes behind the kneecap. One of the most common injuries among runners, runner s knee most often strikes as runners approach forty miles per week for the first...

Jogging & Running: Joint pain, torn tendons, pain medicine
torn tendons, pain medicine, runnig: Hi Bonnie, How long has the pain been present? From experience, if you are usually healthy and don t experience pain and then suddenly have knee pain and foot pain, it most likely is due to the following: 1) Your shoes are worn past their time, therefore...

Jogging & Running: Junk Miles???, marathon program, excess mileage
marathon program, excess mileage, mileage programs: David, Junk Miles are miles that people end up running because they feel a need to do it, according to some program they are following, when they really don t need to run those extra miles. An example is following a marathon program from the internet,...

Jogging & Running: joggers heel, bone spurs, dear james
bone spurs, dear james, running store: Dear James A few things come to mind....Bone spurs....subtalar arthritis....a tid bit of plantar fascitis...bursitis. Things that would help would be ice after run...500mg of vitamin C with your three meals a day and a heel cup which you could probably find...

Jogging & Running: jogging, jogg, calipers
jogg, calipers, carbs: Hi Marie You do seem to be over weight for your height,but would recomend you have your body fat taken with calipers to get an acurate measurement.This tells all and even your lower abs.You want a 12 to 15 percent number for your body fat.Take a good close...

Jogging & Running: jogging, stomach area, burning calories
stomach area, burning calories, good starting point: Kari, You are right, running is a very effective way to lose weight, as it burns up a high amount of calories compared to other exercises. I also like your approach, as you seem patient and willing to put in the necessary time. You should see the weight...

Jogging & Running: jogging, blood preasure, level health
blood preasure, level health, health profile: Hi Mike Yes you should be concerned.Without knowing anything about you,height,weight,age ,present and past fitnes level health profile,smoker or privious i cant make recomendatios.It could be some blood preasure problems.If you want to get back to me with...

Jogging & Running: jogging, lb weight, croak
lb weight, croak, sit ups: Hi Amber Just be patient and consistent,and in time it will happen.Everybody adapts at different rates.I would recomend you proceed with a walk jog program where you are allternating back an forth during your workout.You will be surprised how fast you will...

Jogging & Running: jogging, jogging program, maximum benefits
jogging program, maximum benefits, shins: Jeff, 1) Yes you will be sore upon starting a jogging program as your body is not used to the pounding yet. The majority of which falls on the quads and the shins (pushing off). 2) Very similar...the soreness will go away. 3) Not really, the muscles...

Jogging & Running: jogging, practise, endurance
practise, endurance, interval: Hi Rina Endurance takes time to build over time.You just have to pace your self till your body adapts to the training.No proper way to jog or run other than to just listen to your body and how your feeling.What you experience in soccer is interval work where...

Jogging & Running: jogging, principle of specificity, healthy eating plan
principle of specificity, healthy eating plan, hockey basketball: The answer lies in this: The principle of specificity. You can t do cardio workout on an indoor bike, then expect that to transfer over the the skills & movements of running. You weren t training entirely with running in the summer, therefore, you weren...

Jogging & Running: jogging, day trap, body workout
day trap, body workout, decent shape: Well, I can t answer too much here, because if you do 40 minutes of upper body every morning (same workouts, different workouts???), your upper body needs rest as well. Focusing on a total body workout, 2-3 times a week, along with your cardio routines, those...

Jogging & Running: jogging at my age!!??, spurts
spurts: Chris, You can start safely by doing short jogging spurts of 30 to 60 seconds, interspersed with your walking. Gradually equal out the walk & jog times, then slowly increase the jogging times so you can go continuously. A good resource is Runnersworld.com...

Jogging & Running: jogging every day, pull ups, push ups
pull ups, push ups, 6 years: The people who say don t exercise everyday are either lazy or they don t know what they are talking about. I exercised twice a day, day in day out. In fact I had a streak of 6 years without missing a day at one point. You should exercise daily. Rya...

Jogging & Running: jogging and gaining weight, wheat toast, wheat bread
wheat toast, wheat bread, cherrios: Hi Shirly If you want to truly speed up the fat loss,then what i would do is increase two of your runs to one hour.Fat burning increases dramaticly the longer you go even if you have to walk as you build up to the longer distance.The pace of your workout...

Jogging & Running: jogging & hip pain -possibly iliac crest, iliac crest, cause and effect relationship
iliac crest, cause and effect relationship, nerve problem: How are ya Jani Lets get right to it Jani.Not a big deal Jani,and stay away from the doctors.They will just give you a bunch of xrays and milk your situation instead of addressing the true cause and effect relationship of your situation.You have to get back...

Jogging & Running: jogging in place, high energy music, couple of minutes
high energy music, couple of minutes, interval: Hi Shannon The best thing is high energy music of your choice,and add some interval work to it where you pick up the pace real quick for a couple of minutes and then slow it down for recovery,1 min. untill you hit it again working up to 15 reps.This will...

Jogging & Running: jogging in place, personal trust, stationary bike
personal trust, stationary bike, treadmill: Hi Toni It is not as effective,but you have to do what you have to do untill things change.One thing which is fun is running stairs if you have any.You could also use a stationary bike if you have access to one.If you have other questions just get in touch....

Jogging & Running: jogging in place, leg exercises, leg lifts
leg exercises, leg lifts, warm regards: HI K YES, JOGGING IN PLACE IS GREAT ALSO WALKING FAST TOO. ALSO DO JUMPING JACKS, LAY DOWN AND DO LEG EXERCISES, DO PUNCHES, LEG LIFTS, KICKS, MOVE ABOUT TO WORK UP A SWEAT AND U WILL GET BACK IN SHAPE, PLAY MUSIC TO INSPIRE YOU TO WORK HARD, DO NOT FORGET...

Jogging & Running: jogging query, correct diet, whole grains
correct diet, whole grains, fresh fruits: Dear Rohit, In order to build endurance (the ability to jog longer than the 7-8 minutes you can now jog) you must slow down your pace and insert a minute or two of walking between every few minutes you jog. In this manner you will extend the time in motion...

Jogging & Running: jogging/running in treadmill, pain in the liver, treadmill
pain in the liver, treadmill, kidneys: J, Do you always run on a treadmill? You should not have this kind of pain...you need to see a doctor. I knew someone with this type of pain and they needed immediate surgery for a swollen kidney. As far as breathing, it should be natural. The body is...

Jogging & Running: jogging running, height weight ratio, vision of victory
height weight ratio, vision of victory, gerry davidson: adina It was so good to hear back from you and can t wait to hear how your doing.Your height weight ratio is fine as long as its good muscle tissue.I have pened a few words for you to help keep you focused as you climb the mountains in front of you.I would...

Jogging & Running: jogging sickness, menstrual cramps, empty stomach
menstrual cramps, empty stomach, abdominal cramping: Hi Rebecca My experience over 28 years as a runner and coach,that if you count back on what you have done and eat you will fine the answer.Since just starting back your body has to ajust again.It sounds to me like it was diet related, and more than likley...

Jogging & Running: jogging soreness, hip flexor, disertation
hip flexor, disertation, streching: Hi Erik Without getting into a long disertation of your situation,one leg longer is quite normal for us all.To aleviate your situation is insure consistent streching but not over doing it.Nutrition wise......Take 500mg of vit. C with your 3 meals a day for...

Jogging & Running: jogging techniques, slope hill, speed workouts
slope hill, speed workouts, cc athletes: You can incorporate it over a hill, just be aware that it won t be as fast as a flatter portion of a run. It s also going to be a lot harder, too. For now, I d just worry about the speedwork on flat terrains, as those efforts will enable you to handle greater...

Jogging & Running: jogging techniques, slope hill, track workouts
slope hill, track workouts, fartlek: Hi K K Chan When you encounter a hill just run normal and let the hills incline work the musculature targeted.If you want to develope your speed i would recommend you start with hill repeats working up from 50 meters to 200 meters.Run up jog down, working...

Jogging & Running: jogging and thigh muscle, strength training exercises, slope hill
strength training exercises, slope hill, resistance bands: It won t do much to run up a hill to build leg muscle, you ll just gain the strength you need to specifically run faster and more powerful up that hill. There hasn t been any research or documentation of hill running for muscle mass. Hill running/sprints...

Jogging & Running: jogging vs. walking, interval workouts, doing something wrong
interval workouts, doing something wrong, high intensity: If you haven t ran in years, and just went into it, you re bound to have some stress on the shins. A jogging/walking alternation is recommended to break back into the rhythm of running continously. Running will burn more calories/minute than walking will,...

Jogging & Running: jogging & weight lifting, training for a half marathon, light weights
training for a half marathon, light weights, lifting weights: Carly, The best way to train for running is seven days a week. People who say run 5 days and cross train 2 days, just don t want to run every day. I lived and trained with world record holders, gold medalists, world champions, and did quite well myself.....everyone...

Jogging & Running: jogging and weight loss, jogging and weight loss, professional trainer
jogging and weight loss, professional trainer, musculature: Hi Marc Run for good cardio health and all the benifits it gives you,to many to mention here.If you want to gain weight and stil stay lean,you should get on a good balanced weight program and a good diet and be consistent and have patience.Everybody s body...

Jogging & Running: jogging, legs and thighs, leg curls
legs and thighs, leg curls, leg extentions: Dear lynne IT will shape your legs and thighs but i would use the incline on your treadmill since this will really excellerate the process.Not knowing what shape your body is in weights like leg extentions and leg curls would also move the process forward.For...

Jogging & Running: Have I got jumpers knee??, yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, sarah don: Hi Sarah The things your learning about your body and what you need to do to stay in shape are priceless.Sometimes it is not all fun and games.Just take a deep breath and don t look back.Here are a few words you can focus on when your ready to give up. ...

Jogging & Running: KNEE PAIN, caroline freedman, salt baths
caroline freedman, salt baths, sore knees: Hi Caroline I don t know what kind of shape you were in before you started ,but it sounds just like a little over use from the sudden overload on the musculature,nothing serious base on your description.First thing i would do is STOP the ibuprofen.This just...

Jogging & Running: Knee caps, knee caps, interval training
knee caps, interval training, worn shoes: Genna, First of all shoes are usually good for about 500 miles. This being said, you should most likely get some new ones for sure. Running on grass is excellent for you and highly recommended, however, running on grass will not make up for badly worn shoes.When...

Jogging & Running: Knee and hip pain, training for a half marathon, knee and hip pain
training for a half marathon, knee and hip pain, left knee: Hi Sara, Got a few questions for you... How many weeks have you been training? How many miles a week? How much time/how many miles a week do you average? Generally speaking, building up endurance is a very gradual process. Sometimes you just have...

Jogging & Running: Knee injury, high jumper, pain in the knee
high jumper, pain in the knee, bike accident: Hi Jacques I really can t get a feel for the injury based on your description,so i would ask you if you could be more specific and pin point it.Anything with the knee is serious so i don t want to comment until i have further info.Do hope you understand.Maybe...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, training for a half marathon, runners knee
training for a half marathon, runners knee, extreme ice: Evan, The first step is getting proper running shoes which you have already done. It sounds to be like tendonitis. Your best bet is to rest it since the pain is extreme. Ice it and take anti-inflammatories (ALEVE) for a few days(3-5) and let it rest. You...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, reoccurance: Hi Mike You more than likely have a slight case of chondromalacia which is quite common especially from long lay off s.I have copied a case history of scott lovell and others with the cause and a prescription and testimonials for your consideration and to...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, rehap, work ethic
rehap, work ethic, consistent work: Hi Kelly You are going to be back 100% and loving it again if you have a lot of patience and a consistent work ethic with the rehap with no cost to you.I was my own first client with this program that i developed over 25 years ago.This program works and works...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, jump hurdles, knee problems
jump hurdles, knee problems, case history: Hi Molly At your age your body is still growing and with all your activity s puts a lot of stress on all your musculature.The knee is the one injury that is the most common.It is the tracking that causes the problems.I would recommend a couple sessions a...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, flight of stairs, yoga instructors
flight of stairs, yoga instructors, mixed martial arts: Hi Danial You have a case of chondromalacia based on your description daniel.First you will be back 100% as long as you consistently work the rehabb program i have outlined for you.This is a very common injury and can be corrected.I have copied some case...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, stress fracture, fracture of the femur
stress fracture, fracture of the femur, rehap: Hi Paul You didn t describe what kind of pain came back and where it is located.If you want to call me that is ok,no charge.It is allways easier to decribe by talking about it.I would also need to ask a number of questions.I can see you getting involved in...

Jogging & Running: Knee Problems, marathon distances, knee problems
marathon distances, knee problems, chronic condition: I m sorry I didn t make it clear enough, sometimes I do that on here. I m thinking of one thing and I type something that s not quite full in its explanation. With rest & strength training, although I don t know exactly what you ll be doing or have done...

Jogging & Running: Knee Problems, new comers, orthodics
new comers, orthodics, chondromalacia: Hi Michael Most all injuries are directly related to alignment,and tracking of the knee.There for you have to focus on rebalancing the body back so everything works smoothly.This is especially true with new comers and others coming back from lay off.I m quite...

Jogging & Running: Knee Probs, patella tendonitis, tendons
patella tendonitis, tendons, workouts: Hi Samuel It seems like a little patella tendonitis,in which i would recomend icing after your workouts.I would not try to come back to quickely or your body is going to start talking to you like your knee has allready.Add some biking to your program to retrack...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, muscles tendons, knee pain
muscles tendons, knee pain, musculature: Hi Michael First Michael i would like to apoligise.I was a little rough.To correct your situation and the ones that will follow due to your inactivity would be geting involved in a weight program to streghten the neccessary muscles,tendons,and connective...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, hand weights, meter sprints
hand weights, meter sprints, sports doctor: Hi Holly I have copied a privously answered question which will take car of your situation with the cause and prescription.Do not use the brace.False sence of security.You want to treat the cause.If you have additional questions,just get in touch. The...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, yoga instructors, scott lowell
yoga instructors, scott lowell, chondromalacia: Hi Jamie You have a case of chondromalacia,and yes you can do things to prevent it.Do stay of the eliptical till you rehap this situation and stick with the bike.I have copied a case history of cause and a prscription to take care of it fory you with testimonials...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, light weights, heavy weights
light weights, heavy weights, gold medalists: Tom, You probably did tear a cartilage, or may have even strained the IT band. I can tell you that as a runner, there is no need for HEAVY squats. I have lived and trained with World Record holders and Gold Medalists and none of them to heavy weights.Unless...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, running a half marathon, first marathon
running a half marathon, first marathon, knee pain: Max, Take a few days off and ice it well. Also take anti inflammatories and stretch daily. It likely is a case of tendonitis. YOu should recover. I once tore 3 tendons in my knee. It hurt so bad I could barely walk for 10-14 days. After the first 6 days...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, cross country runner, exercise bike
cross country runner, exercise bike, kneecap: Hi Greg I would spend some time for the the next 30 days riding an exercise bike to retrack the knee and improve the strength of the quads which is a function of the knee.You have many great years running in front you so i would proceed gradually with patience.Your...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain after Big Sur, big sur marathon, off camber
big sur marathon, off camber, knee pain: You should rest, ice and take anti-inflammatories such as ALEVE or IBUPROFEN. Most likely you have a case of tendonitis as you were not properly trained for the event. It may take a while to heal. Rest from running, and do the above for a week and see if it...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain (but a bit different), scott lowell, knee cap
scott lowell, knee cap, knee pain: Hi Bernard Your very likely developing a slight case of chondromalacia.Tracking of the knee creates lots of problem.I have copied some case history on scott lovell and others with cause and a prescription to take care of your situation with testimonials.I...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain during long runs, cartilage surfaces, leg curls
cartilage surfaces, leg curls, surounding: Hi Jeremy It sounds like to me that it could be chondromalacia,Disintegration of the patella and femoral cartilage surfaces,resulting in uneven rough gliding motion between these structures.The knee tracks like a train on the tracks and sometimes when it...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain after jogging, physical fitness activities, consistent attention
physical fitness activities, consistent attention, alternate days: Hi Amir No need to apoligise for questions,that is what i m here for.Your have just started to add some new stress to your muscles and ligamens and it is going to take time for your body to adapt.The key to avoid injury is patience and consistent attention...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain but no previous injury, physical exertion, yoga instructors
physical exertion, yoga instructors, scott lowell: Hi Tracey You probably have a slight case of chondromalacia.I would rule out arthritis untill you totally put yourself back in awesome shape.If you have a lot of patience and are consistent with your program,you will be 100% in time.This program works(period).I...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain while running, knee pain, stationary bike
knee pain, stationary bike, cell structure: Hi Ryan Most all injuries are directly related to alignment and tracking.I recommend you give up the elliptical and get on a stationary bike which is much more efficient at taking care of your situation.I would do the bike workouts for two weeks with no running...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain staying, andrea andrea, patella
andrea andrea, patella, kneecap: Andrea, You should see a doctor. It sounds very much as if your patella has slipped out of the groove it normally operates in. This causes it to rub wrongly and leads to pain. It isn t super serious; however, it needs to be corrected. You will also most...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, leg curls, leg extentions
leg curls, leg extentions, stationary bike: Bill....The best way to minimize your situation is with weights...leg extentions and leg curls.Also bil you can ride a stationary bike which will also strenghthen your quads and also re track your your knee.You will probably need to join a gym.Just be patience...

Jogging & Running: Knee problem, stretching exercises, time kind
stretching exercises, time kind, knee problem: hELLO YES, REST THE KNEE UNTIL IT IS FULLY HEALED, U PULLED OR STRAINED IT AND TIME IS THE ONLY THING ON YOUR SIDE NOW. IF U CONTINUE TO IRRITATE IT THAT WILL ONLY AGGREVATE THE KNEE PROBLEM AND MAKE IT WORSE. DO SOME STRETCHING EXERCISES AT HOME WITH IT,...

Jogging & Running: Knee recovery, music to my ears, newsw
music to my ears, newsw, reoccurance: Hi Scott That is really the best music to my ears.I m really happy it worked out for you.I also want thank you for the follow emails.I have been using your case history and testimonials for others,which has helped cut down on my typing which i m not in love...

Jogging & Running: Back of Knee Soreness the day after..., banked road, ligaments tendons
banked road, ligaments tendons, runnersworld: I m in no way a doctor, and I don t think anyone can diagnose an injury online, even if that person is a doctor. What I can guess at is it is probably a hamstring problem, as soreness at the tendon could be an issue (a ligament connects bone to bone, and...

Jogging & Running: Knee Soreness, leg curls, medium intensity
leg curls, medium intensity, rehap: Great,great,great news scott I really want to thank you for keeping me updated.This is very exciting to hear how well your doing.You have done a great job with the rehap,and looks as though you will have a successfull season.You deserve it. Continued success...

Jogging & Running: Knee soreness, knee soreness, knee pain
knee soreness, knee pain, left knee: Hi Scott You are now bcoming an expert on knee rehap.The answer is you are being a little impatient,but thats normal as you test the waters.We all want it yesterday.Your body will tell you when you can fly.It is your job to listen to what it is saying and...

Jogging & Running: Knee soreness, cartilage surfaces, cartilage damage
cartilage surfaces, cartilage damage, hand weights: Hi scott Great discription of your situation.Thanks for that.Sure makes my job easier.You have a slight case of chondro malacia.It isa disintegration of the patella and femoral cartilage surfaces,resulting in uneven rough gliding motion between these structures.Any...

Jogging & Running: Knee, interval workouts, time duration
interval workouts, time duration, rugby player: Hi Daniel The best tool for your situation,knee,hip,cardio is a stationary bike.You can do long,short plus interval workouts just like if you were running.I would just focus on time duration for your workouts.Your sport is very demanding on everything.Also...

Jogging & Running: Knees won't let me run, exercise option, medicine doctor
exercise option, medicine doctor, sports med: Some people just aren t meant to be runners, perhaps cycling could be another exercise option for you. I know many cyclists who have gained a lot from that sport & activity. I don t know the extent of your situation with your knees, so its best if you consult...

Jogging & Running: My Knees, google search, knee caps
google search, knee caps, gr 7: Hi Adrian No surgery as best i researched or permanent damage.It is quite common in a small age group of your age.I would suggest doing a google search to get you familiar with your situation and get edducated on it.The thing i think would help you is a program...

Jogging & Running: knee injury, torn tendon, best bet
torn tendon, best bet, aleve: Steven Definitely a tendon problem. Either you have a good case of tendonitis or you have a torn tendon. I once got run off the road by a car and tore 3 tendons in my knee. I know the pain. Your best bet is to ICE often and frequently, take ALEVE or similar...

Jogging & Running: knee injury, cv training, rehap
cv training, rehap, repetitive movement: Hi Tijana You didn t give me an address to respond.......You have a case of chondromalacia.Your description is fine.You will be fine as long as your consistent and patient with your rehap and take a little more conservative approach to your workouts.Where...

Jogging & Running: knee joint pain, knee joint pain, magnesium intake
knee joint pain, magnesium intake, light weights: HI MICHELLE YOU REALLY SHOULD GET A DOCTER TO XRAY THE KNEES TO MAKE CERTAIN YOU HAVE NO ARTHRITIS STARTING IN THEM, YES IT CAN AT A YOUNG AGE BEGIN WITHOUT KNOWING IT. MY 45 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER POWER WALKS EARLY MORNING 4 MILE WITH TAKES TUMS WITH EXTRA CALCIUM....

Jogging & Running: knee pain, hand weights, knee soreness
hand weights, knee soreness, meter sprints: Hi Jessie Follow my presription on how to handle your situation and you will be as good as new.You wiil see the cause and prescription of a client that i helped.Any questions get in touch.....John You ve already answered this question Scott Lovell...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, first marathon, chondromalacia
first marathon, chondromalacia, knee pain: Hi Carly Start including some stationary bike a couple times a week for 45 min per workout to help with the tracking and to stabilize the knee and strengthen it.You probably have a little chondromalacia coming on.See how that works for you and let me know....

Jogging & Running: back of the knee pain, gettysburg battlefield, plantaris
gettysburg battlefield, plantaris, knee pain: Hi Gordon Looks like a slight pull of the plantaris or strain.Your doing the right thing with ice and elevation,but i wouldn t rush back untill there is no discomfort.I would add 500mg of vit. c with your 3 meals a day to enhance your recovery.This is like...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, training for a half marathon, level surfaces
training for a half marathon, level surfaces, rule of thumb: This is always a hard question to answer. Pain is quite subjective to each individual, however, the rule of thumb essentially is that if you have problems for more than a day or two, you should take a few days off and let the body fix itself. Running on an...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, leg muscles, specialist shop
leg muscles, specialist shop, knee pain: Hi Gen Your body was just not ready for that increase gen.Not serious,but you should work up at a little more gradual distance.Get the ice going on it when this occurs right away and be patient with your build up in mileage.Any other questions get in touch....

Jogging & Running: knee pain!, tylenol extra strength, chrondromalacia
tylenol extra strength, chrondromalacia, scott lowell: Hi Elaine Sitting in a taxi all day or night can create problems.You didn t mention if he did any exercise like jogging walking or biking.This would be crucial.It Is possible he could have a slight case of chrondromalacia.I have copied a case history of...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, marathon time, equivilent
marathon time, equivilent, massage therapy: Hi John Sounds like a tracking problem.When you train for a marathon many things can pop up due to the increase stress on the the musculature,tendons and tissues.I recommend you start including some stationary bike workouts.You can also do your long run...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, prolonged periods: Hi Deborah I can t understand what you mean by your kneess sieze up.The one thing which i see a lot of and answer many questions in regard to this is chondromalacia.If you can pin point your discomfort perhaps i can zero in.More than likley it is chondromalacia.I...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, foot mechanics, fleet feet
foot mechanics, fleet feet, overpronate: Ayesha, Most likely it is just overuse/strain type thing. If you are not used to doing hills often, it may just have made the tendons holding the quadricep to the knee sore. Ice it, stretch, and take some ibuprofen and you should be okay soon. Rya...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, sprint training, interval training
sprint training, interval training, running injury: Hi Joshua Most running injury s are directly related to alignment,tracking.What you did with those sprints was threw out your alignment and also your knee is off the smooth gliding track.It seems to me your sprints were not at a controlled speed which caused...

Jogging & Running: knee pain during running, achilles tendon, ruptured achilles
achilles tendon, ruptured achilles, tread mill: Hi It could be a few different things. It could be a form of tendonitis or more likely it is due to your form. If you are extremely flat footed and do not have orthotics, it could lead to pain. It may affect your natural form and cause pain. you can solve...

Jogging & Running: knee pain/injury, exercise bike, questions with answers
exercise bike, questions with answers, current training: Hi June First, injuries come on slowly so trace back a couple of weeks and see what you might of done or changed in your training.You will then have your answer.I don t think it is the It band or chondromalacia.I think it is probably one of the supporting...

Jogging & Running: knee pain problem or SI problem?, track workouts, speed session
track workouts, speed session, cold bath: Hi Jo The on going high level of training your doing will create many imbalances and alignmet situations.There is never one thing that creates a problem.It is the accumulation of many workouts that slowly but surely start to surface ever so slightly,and most...

Jogging & Running: knee pain question, rehap, scott lowell
rehap, scott lowell, orthopedic doctor: Hi Mike When i hear stories about doctors like yours it makes my blood boil.You don t need to see another doctor.You just need to start to rehaping your situation and keep me informed on how your progressing so we can get you on the roads again pain free.I...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, overpronators, explantion
overpronators, explantion, brisk walking: Hi Michael I know what your situation is and i can correct it,but i need to talk to you since it requires a fairly lengthey evaluation and prescription, and my typing skills woulld not do you justice in the explantion of your problem.There is no charge for...

Jogging & Running: knee popping and numb hamstring, rice crispys, rice crispy
rice crispys, rice crispy, hams: Hi Brent First neither of your situations are real serious,but when your body starts talking to you you must address them and fix it and don t think they will go away.Your hamstring situation is a nerve situation.Start a light stretching of quads,hams,low...

Jogging & Running: knee problem, prevention exercises, hilly trails
prevention exercises, hilly trails, alignment problems: Hi Stephen As your running progreses over the years and which will allways be the case,you develop muscle imbalances,alignment problems,tracking problems with all the many terrains,road races and many other situations along the way.If you want to maintain...

Jogging & Running: knee problem, doctor ice, soccer game
doctor ice, soccer game, playing soccer: Jared, If the pain is severe or even reasonably discomfortable you should see a doctor. Ice it, take ibuprofen and stay off it. Though it seems like a big deal, in the picture of life, a soccer game is not worth ruining your knee to where you may end up...

Jogging & Running: knee soreness, neighborhood gym, rehap
neighborhood gym, rehap, knee soreness: Hi Michael You are experiencing alignment,tracking problems and developing a slight case of chondromalacia.I Have copied some case historys,cause,testimonials and prescription to fix your problem.This is quite normal as you get very active,older and the body...

Jogging & Running: knee soreness, running on a treadmill, knee soreness
running on a treadmill, knee soreness, stationary bikes: Hi Chris I would still choose the bike.I think you might be doing a little to much to soon.Everybody adapts to the stress differently,and running on a treadmill and back outdoors can create problems do to different stride.It doesn t sound serious.I would...

Jogging & Running: knee stiffness, knee stiffness, running on a treadmill
knee stiffness, running on a treadmill, jog on: Hi kevin It is very likley your shoes.When you get new shoes,it takes time to break them in.Your foot plant is not used to the stifness.I think if you are patience it will work out.You could go back to your original shoes and alternate.Running on a treadmill...

Jogging & Running: knee trouble going downhill only, flat surfaces, knee trouble
flat surfaces, knee trouble, jog: Linda, Downhill running causes extra pounding on the body as you have gravity coming into play. My guess is that the extra pounding is too much for your bones. At your age, bine density slowly deteriorates. Try to run on flat surfaces and ice afterwards...

Jogging & Running: Lack of Sweat During Jogging, height weight, air temperature
height weight, air temperature, jog: Hi Pamela You have to tell me how consistent you have been.You only say currently.Also your height weight.You could be dehydrated.How much water do you drink?Get back to me with this other info and we will pick it up from here. The very best Joh...

Jogging & Running: Le'ssee then..., friend jacqui, cross country teams
friend jacqui, cross country teams, asthma attack: Naomi, Wow, that’s about 800 questions… I’ll do my best… Let’s start with a few important things when beginning a new program… Consistency: Try starting with some light jogging 2-3 days a week. Set aside a few days of the week on which you can commit...

Jogging & Running: Leg muscle pain when running at altitude, leg muscles, leg muscle
leg muscles, leg muscle, mile time: Hi Christy The altitude should not make any difference.He is probably pushing to hard and not including some easy days.Also the terrain maybe might be adding the stress.I don t know his schedule etc.so it is hard to pin point.The altitude does not have anything...

Jogging & Running: Leg numbness running hills, leg numbness, pins and needles
leg numbness, pins and needles, pinch nerves: High Faith That has something to do with pinch nerves in the back.I would really get into a solid abdominal and back strengthening program.They are both probably a little weak faith.There comes a time when we have been at this running game a while,that we...

Jogging & Running: Leg Pain during runnig, one of those guys, heavy weights
one of those guys, heavy weights, underwear model: Hi Ken That is just fine ken.Your right about baby steps.You have many years in front of you.Just take your time and enjoy the process.We all have to start the same way.I m still at it 7 days a week 28 years later and loving it.Just don t put a time limit...

Jogging & Running: Leg Whip, plyometric exercises, genetic factor
plyometric exercises, genetic factor, japanese women: Hi Keith I got the picture now.Thanks for up date.The one thing i know for sure is not to mess with some one s running form.They are all different,and i have seen many over the years of all nationalitys.We have a lot of the top japanese women distance runners...

Jogging & Running: Legs, leg curls, doing weights
leg curls, doing weights, short legs: Barry, It is important to stretch, however this is not going to affect your stride. I would suggest that you alter your strengthening so that you are actually doing more weight and doing a weight that you can only do about 4 sets but only 6 reps in each...

Jogging & Running: Legs, flax seed oil, fish egg
flax seed oil, fish egg, pain in the legs: Hi Rizwan Your bone density increases over time with weight bearing exercise such as running and weight training.Your diet should just include a well balance of protein carbs and good fats.Fruits,veges.turkey,fish.,egg whites,lean beef,olive oil,flax seed...

Jogging & Running: Legs Ache, body time, cross training
body time, cross training, layoff: Hi David, I ve been reading a lot of questions like yours lately... 12km every other day is a lot of mileage if you are starting back up again after a long layoff. If your legs are experiencing a general aching (and it’s not a sharp pain focused on a...

Jogging & Running: Legs, leg curls, interval training
leg curls, interval training, short legs: Barry There is a time for weights in a program building up to the season whether it is soccer distance running sprinters hurdlers and then you move into a sport specific program and in your case it is soccer.You should incorporate some very specific soccer...

Jogging & Running: Localized knee pain after running, great shape, fluid motion
great shape, fluid motion, good shape: Hi Mary You might be in great shape,but the way the musculature responds to running is different than swimming,especially from the waist down.A good majority of problems associated with the knee is do to improper tracking like a train on the railroad track.It...

Jogging & Running: Long-time runner and staleness, weight, time runners, skeleton system
time runners, skeleton system, half marathons: Hi Lois Thank you for the kind words.I have put a few words together for you to focus and your mind.ENJOY. John DOWN BUT NOT OUT, It is your choice what fork in the road you decide to take.It is at that moment you run head on into adversity and feel...

Jogging & Running: Losing Stamina and Pace, beep test, workout schedule
beep test, workout schedule, fitness levels: Hi Rebt You are are not eating enough,and you should never skip breakfast,most important meal of the day.You also need more variety.I would suggest talking to a nutritionist to educate you and develope a eating plan to maximize your daily life.These are the...

Jogging & Running: Losing weight, vegetables and salads, lift weights
vegetables and salads, lift weights, long distances: Aaron, you are overweight. Focus on time working out and sweating. The body doesn t start to burn fat until after 30 minutes of working out, before then it just burns sugars. You should try to walk 30 minutes in the morning and after that gets comfortable...

Jogging & Running: Lower Buttock Pain., buttock pain, leg lengths
buttock pain, leg lengths, muscles tendons: Hi satya Don t stress out.Your just starting out.The pain you are experiencing is normal in the areas you explain.Your out of shape and so are your muscles tendons and ligaments.Use ice after your workouts to reduce pain,and spread you workouts out for better...

Jogging & Running: leg aches and pains, height weight ratio, epson salts
height weight ratio, epson salts, achey legs: Hi Jim I remember those days vividly,even my eye balls hurt,ha ha.Just kidding.I don t no what your height weight ratio,but if you need to lose weight this will work good.What i reccomend jim is alternate days of walking and joging till you find the right...

Jogging & Running: leg injury, imflamation, marathon 2
imflamation, marathon 2, preperations: Hi Prasanna The recovery after the race is based on your fitness level.The is nothing to worry about you will bounce back in time.To avoid this in the future,you must plan out your race schedule 4 to 6 months out and put in the proper preperations.It is all...

Jogging & Running: left leg inner mid calf pain, shin splits, marathon training
shin splits, marathon training, calf area: Hi Eliana In order to address your question properly i need to know a complete bio,height, weight,age,when you started your program,how many miles are you running,past experience,time goal for the finish,what marathon are you running so i can get a feel for...

Jogging & Running: legs hurt, beginner runners, good shoes
beginner runners, good shoes, new shoes: Hi Windy: Good shoes are the key to prevent injury. This is good that you are getting a new pair. Usually it is common for beginner runners to experience pain. The main reason is due to the fact they usually go too hard too quick. Slow down and don...

Jogging & Running: long time runner, staleness and weight, time runners, half marathons
time runners, half marathons, spice of life: Lois, I ve never heard of malaise among long time runners, but they can get tired mentally or burned out. This isn t the case with you.I think you need some variety. Try some longer runs, or different intervals...maybe 1000 s or 800 s. Also make sure you...

Jogging & Running: low mileage training and 5k, family commitments, aerobic base
family commitments, aerobic base, mabe: Preston, You have a few issues. The first is that your average run and your long run are the same at 3 miles. Your race is 3 miles. This makes it hard for you. When you do runs slightly longer such as 4-5 miles, the body feels that 3 is short and is strong...

Jogging & Running: low back pain, abdominal exercises, low back pain
abdominal exercises, low back pain, long distances: Hi Allie More than likly you need to start a good light streching program and also some abdominal exercises and back extensions.That will probably take care of it.I really don t no anything about your stats or health situation,but a good program like i mentioned...

Jogging & Running: lower abdominal pan while running, menstrual cramp, lower abdominal pain
menstrual cramp, lower abdominal pain, ab workouts: Hi Lisa A lot of problems that crop up for runners from time to time who have not been at it for very long are directly related to the bodies musculature slowly but surely adapting to the overload process,including the energy systems.I remember those days...

Jogging & Running: lower back and joint pain, lower back pain, light jogging
lower back pain, light jogging, disc problems: hI eLGIN You should get some xrays for sure ordered by your docter. It might be strained badly or your going to have disc problems from being heavy.? Get some blood work done and MRI and xrays and make sure your in good health, do not get despressed until...

Jogging & Running: lower leg pain when jogging, extensor digitorum longus, lower leg pain
extensor digitorum longus, lower leg pain, anguli: Hi gary I m quite sure your experiencing a slight case of shin splints.This can happen often in individuals who are out of shape and just starting back.I reccomend you start using ice after your workout as often as possible till it subsides,and also start...

Jogging & Running: MARATHON TRAINING, paularadcliffe, marathon training
paularadcliffe, marathon training, fit women: Dear lisa Running does make you lean lisa.You have increased muscle mass do to the increase in the training effect.Do not panic lisa you are not going to look like a body builder. You are just going to look like a very fit women.Enjoy. Lisa if you have...

Jogging & Running: Marathon coming up and am injured, hip flexor injury, berlin marathon
hip flexor injury, berlin marathon, excerises: Jane, There is nothing really that can be done the last few weeks to improve performance. The work is done. If training has been proper, easing off the last few weeks will not affect your performance any. HOWEVER, not resting or training harder can have...

Jogging & Running: Marathon October 7th, deep tissue massage, first marathon
deep tissue massage, first marathon, strenght training: Dr. Tina I think you made the right call on chodromalicia.All the training and preperations you have done is what you will run on.With 8 days left the only thing you can do is get as healthy as you can.First i would not run another step.Second the best tool...

Jogging & Running: Marathon Preparation, marathon preparation, mexico thanks
marathon preparation, mexico thanks, inspirational words: Hi Paul Good to hear from you.I charge $200.00 per month payed in full.You can get my contact info on my web site at www.rentacoachinternational.com.I thought you would of allready looked at it.Take a look at www.paularadcliffe.com.Very interesting. The...

Jogging & Running: Marathon preparation, marathon preparation, half marathons
marathon preparation, half marathons, first marathon: How are you rob Wow scary time.First i would say yes you could do it in three months time.Based on what your telling me and your training time which seems to be hard for you to meet.I would advise you to put it off until you can approach the training properly.Even...

Jogging & Running: Marathon runner nutrition..., marathon runner, nancy clark
marathon runner, nancy clark, fiber foods: Hi Bill Just a good balance with focus on carbs,light on fiber foods and stay away from heavy meats and to much protein.The foods you really will run on are the diet 1 to 2 weeks before as you taper your miles and intensity.Carbs such as potatoes,pasta,rice.Nancy...

Jogging & Running: Marathon/Short Distance Runners, berlin marathon, minute pace
berlin marathon, minute pace, mile races: dear terrence There are no stats that i know of to rate your effort except age group records.Based on what i see you really probably do not have to many 55 year olds who could do it.I do know of many 50 year olds who can rum five minute pace for 5 and...

Jogging & Running: Marathon Training after injury, best case scenario, first marathon
best case scenario, first marathon, marathon training: I have trained with the best of the best and most of them prefer a 10 week program. This is when you start in pretty good shape and base. You having 12 weeks will be fine. The most important thing is to get healed before putting in the hard stress, otherwise...

Jogging & Running: Marathon Training, achilles tendon, jeff galloway
achilles tendon, jeff galloway, first marathon: Jeff To properly answer your questions I would need to handle this by phone which you can get by going to my web site contact info.The reason for this is it is to envolved and would take to long with my typing skills.I don t give out training schedules since...

Jogging & Running: Marathons, training for a half marathon, breakfast lunch dinner
training for a half marathon, breakfast lunch dinner, hi eden: Hi Eden The first thing i need from you is a complete detailed bio about you.Height, weight, past and present fitness and health history,how long have you been running,how much time can you devote to training(by hours and days)Before school ,after school,any...

Jogging & Running: Metatarsal Injury, cv training, nyc marathon
cv training, nyc marathon, marathon 2: Hi Niall The best tool i would reccomend is a stationary bike in which you can do anything on the bike that you can do on the road,speed by time,2hr rides,tempo,etc.I have run new york four times and it is no a easy course.If i was your coach i would reccomend...

Jogging & Running: Mile Time, mile time trial, asthma issues
mile time trial, asthma issues, moderate asthma: David, I am not an expert in dealing with asthma issues, so I m afraid I can t help you out here. I suggest having your parents talk about this with your doctor who helps you take care of your asthma. Perhaps there is a different dosage of the medication...

Jogging & Running: Mind, cardio exercise, hi adam
cardio exercise, hi adam, peak performance: Hi Adam As far as peak performance goes,i would need to know where you have been and where you want to go.To shed weight/fat,your running program plus a good rounded weight program will put you in shape if your consistent.The techniques you develope to keep...

Jogging & Running: Muscle cramps while running, potassium supplements, houston marathon
potassium supplements, houston marathon, muscle cramps: Dear Matt, Self-administration of potassium/magnesium supplements may have upset the natural balance of the minerals in your body and very easily caused you to cramp. The body maintains an internal equilibrium and when you affect this balance you are asking...

Jogging & Running: Muscle Size, muscle fibers, leg muscles
muscle fibers, leg muscles, stress release: Hi Lisa Your body was a gift from god,and everybody s is different.Some people never build bulky muscles.Your diet could make a little difference,but really don t stress out.Be thankfull.When you exercise over time you will develop and become more muscular.This...

Jogging & Running: Muscle strains, muscle strains, muscle strain
muscle strains, muscle strain, quads: Angeline, I can t really tell you what you should do, because I don t know exactly what is going on. Rest is good, but eventually you will need to strengthen it. I would suggest that you plan to see a physician that can help you determine what is going...

Jogging & Running: marathon?, marathom, marathon training
marathom, marathon training, hilly course: dear katy your present level of fitness is fine to move forward with your plans to run your first marathom in june.do not worry about being a week runner because you have not run enought to judge yet.8 months is plenty of time considering you stay focused...

Jogging & Running: marathon and age, boston marathon, hi john
boston marathon, hi john, propper: Caitlin Your experuience in high school and two years since is find and i don t see any reason to stop.The only thing that is risky is not giving the proper amount time to train properly and not take short cuts.Last thing take a good close look at your diet...

Jogging & Running: marathon running after gastroenteritis, gold coast marathon, gastro problems
gold coast marathon, gastro problems, sport drinks: Answer: Hi Jane I see no reason why you can t make a go of it.The worst is you might have to stop.I would not run anymore till the marathon,and just eat lightly and cool any heavy protein which is very contributes to dehydration and gastro. problems,a long...

Jogging & Running: marathon training in high altitudes, las vegas marathon, albuquerque new mexico
las vegas marathon, albuquerque new mexico, marathon training: dear kim congratulations on your comitment to la.My client marie portilla came in 3rd in womens div.in 2000 with a 235 40 and then she had another child and is on the come back trail getting ready for las vegas marathon jan. 30 this past march she placed...

Jogging & Running: marathon training, honolulu marathon, marathon training
honolulu marathon, marathon training, friend of mind: Hi kim Very interesting i get your request.Why you ask.The mens winner Jimmy Muindi is a very good friend of mind and we are talking about me working with him this year.The second place woman Ari hayagawa is also a very good friend of mind and trains here...

Jogging & Running: marathon, john dehart, nyc marathon
john dehart, nyc marathon, albuquerque new mexico: marlin nyc marathon is november 7...85 to 90 percent of your training is done what ever you have done.you woul have to give me more detail on your self and what you have done to go further with this question. the best John DeHart rentacoachinternational...

Jogging & Running: medium to long distance running, john dehart, albuquerque new mexico
john dehart, albuquerque new mexico, pesent: marie you have to give me more info on your training and your self before i can make assesment.things such as age height..weight..how long running..mileage per week..pace your running on long run and what efort heart rate etc.is your long run at 65..70..80..85..90..pesent...

Jogging & Running: menstrual like cramps while jogging, new york roadrunners club, google search
new york roadrunners club, google search, new york roadrunners: Hi Lauren I don t have a solid answer for you other than what i mentioned others.Everybody is different so i understand if that info doesn t apply to you.I do know as a general rule running does help considerably.I would do a google search for info plus contact...

Jogging & Running: menstrual-like cramps after jogging, little rest, sugestion
little rest, sugestion, cramps: Hi Eileen Not knowing your level of fitness and when you started and how hard your pushing it.Here is my sugestion.Normally running enhances the situation,but were all different.I would take little rest breaks from your day to day running and not push to...

Jogging & Running: mid calf pain, tight muscle, calf pain
tight muscle, calf pain, mid calf: Hi Mike I would definitly suggest you don t strech it,since it has allredy been streched to the point where it took you down.Only when you can jog with no discomfort before or after,you should start adressing that calf with some light streching.I would recomend...

Jogging & Running: milkshaking for humans?, powdered gatorade, sodium bicarbonate
powdered gatorade, sodium bicarbonate, endurance exercise: Hi David I really couldn t comment on something i no nothing about,but off the record i would not touch this.You didn t mention any time improvments.I ve seen and heard a lot in my 28 years in this sport with every level of athlete,and i think if this is...

Jogging & Running: minor knee pain, minor knee pain, yoga instructors
minor knee pain, yoga instructors, newsw: Hi Britnay You have a slight case of chodromalacia.I have copied a case history on scott lovell and others with the cause and a prescription to take care of it with testimonials for you to follow.If you have any other questions just get in touch.Your situation...

Jogging & Running: Last minute marathon decision, leiden marathon, marathon leiden
leiden marathon, marathon leiden, minute marathon: Paul, You should continue training for it and see how it goes. I would decide the last week or so if you are going to do it. I think you should be fine, however, if you start to have pain during the race other than normal marathon pain, then stop immediately....

Jogging & Running: morning runs, mile time trial, good sleep
mile time trial, good sleep, slow pace: Hi Lily If you really think you can t wake up then by all means go for it.You got a do what you got a do to succeed in life and sports.What i would recommend is split your 5 day training i gave you to 2 mornings,2 afternoons,1 weekend.Your going to have to...

Jogging & Running: morning runs, brush teeth, running in the morning
brush teeth, running in the morning, deer lake: dear michelle alternate weeks of 5 days in a row with every other day on following week but once a week i want you to do a longer run of 3 times the lenth of your dailly runs and move that run up gradually to 8 times your regular run and run the long...

Jogging & Running: Nausea during running long distance, stomach problem, chicago marathon
stomach problem, chicago marathon, half marathon: Good to hear from ya Jim Those are some really solid times at 8k,1/2,10 mile.With those times you should be able to go sub 3hr.if you back them up with good solid preperation.Let me know how your non gu 20 miler goes this weekend and we can evaluate it together.I...

Jogging & Running: Nausea during running, oxygen transport, empty stomach
oxygen transport, empty stomach, prevention treatment: Hi Vince You sure do have a super star in the making,but i would precede with caution.I m a little mystified myself.One thing i would say is at 11 years old his body is still developing and maybe it can t keep up with the demands on the respitory.Weak abs...

Jogging & Running: New to excercise - Knee pain on elliptical, sole e95, yoga instructors
sole e95, yoga instructors, scott lowell: Hi Jason Getting back to exercise more than likly you will encounter some alightment problems.I don t feel your situation is real serious,but you do have to correct that problem.You could have a slight case of chondromalacia base on your description.I would...

Jogging & Running: New Jogger, major muscles, handy version
major muscles, handy version, decent pair: Meredith, Congratulations on starting to jog! I think what may help you out here is a new lesson on stretching before running. It actually does very little to warm up the muscles. What works better for a warm-up is actually a slight massage with a tool...

Jogging & Running: New to Jogging, vision of victory, shin splints
vision of victory, shin splints, hi john: Hi Sarah The hurting in the front of your legs is shin splints and is normal for some one just starting from time to time.What you want do do is ice them as often as you can after your run and other times to reduce inflamation.Do not take and meds for this...

Jogging & Running: New Running Shoes, running shoes, asics
running shoes, asics, arches: Dave, I have never worn a pair of Asics in my life...I used to get shoes from Nike and Fila. I do know that people who wear Ascis usually don t like Nike, and vice versa so I can t really recommend one. I would definitely recommend staying with Asics. If...

Jogging & Running: New to running, shin bones, jogging program
shin bones, jogging program, soft surfaces: Sandra, I m sooo sorry. I thought I had answered ths one, I guess it just got overloooked in the many emails I get. I seem to get the feeling that your shin bones are weak, or may have small fractures in them. At your age, you are still young to be experiencing...

Jogging & Running: Newbie, smoking habit, athletic history
smoking habit, athletic history, pack a day: Hi jes Your starting off point isn t to bad and you caught the smoking habit just in time.Don t ever ever go back because it will kill you or produce many health related problems.That i know for sure.....You want to start easy and do not rush it.Use time...

Jogging & Running: Numbness in feet, numbness in feet, foot numbness
numbness in feet, foot numbness, hill workouts: Michele, Most likely it is either your shoes are worn out and need to be replaced, or it is as easy as you are currently tying your shoes too tight. It sounds funny, but I have had this question a few times, and it turned out to be that the shoes were tied...

Jogging & Running: Numbness on inner side of knee, connective tissues, medical profession
connective tissues, medical profession, knee problems: Hi Serena I think it could be some nerve situation,but this is very hard to to put a finger on this.I will say which i m 100% sure of is that most knee problems are directly associated with an alightment of the tracking of the knee and the tendons and connective...

Jogging & Running: Numbness in toe, numbness in toe, aol
numbness in toe, aol, running shoes: Dear susan I really think your right on with wrong shoes dr. susan.The shoes are probably to tight with no room to spread.I would suggest talking to her to get a new pair if she wants to wear them for casting calls and make sure they are properly fitted.That...

Jogging & Running: Numbness, nerve irritation, calf pain
nerve irritation, calf pain, new shoes: James, It sounds like a nerve irritation, especially since you have calf pain with it. The new shoes may have you running slightly different form wise, which your body is not used to. As your calf tightens, it likely presses a nerve causing the foot problem....

Jogging & Running: Nutrition and drinks dring race, energy drinks, race question
energy drinks, race question, six packs: Hi Garyko No problem in sprints...As i said before,make sure you practice ahead of time to get confortable with the process.Are you clear with how to defiz.Just open the cans and let them sit.Just make sure you give them time to fully defiz. Best to ya...

Jogging & Running: Nutrition and running, john dehart, albuquerque new mexico
john dehart, albuquerque new mexico, jim dear: dear jim the first thing i need from you jim is more detailed info like height weight age how long had you been running when did you start back how far are you running per day and a general health history what do you do on grave yard.get me this info...

Jogging & Running: NY Marathon, marathon training schedules, first marathon
marathon training schedules, first marathon, ny marathon: How much training have you done recently. In order to be able to complete the marathon in one piece you should be able to 7 miles comfortably. I suggest you visit www.runnersworld.co.uk and on that site there is some excellent marathon training schedules for...

Jogging & Running: nausea during running 5K, delicate balance, nausea
delicate balance, nausea, sit ups: Hi Joyce He can start doing some sit ups daily,which will help,but his real problem is proper pacing right from the gun and starting to fast and getting into oxygen dept to early and then he never recovers.Pacing is like the white or yellow line on the roads.You...

Jogging & Running: need help, minute pace, steady effort
minute pace, steady effort, hard stuff: Hi John You have seven weeks to go to build some strength.Not going to be easy but attainable.The time your shooting for is 8 minute pace.Here is a schedule you can use to build your strength. I m going to give you 3 days of hard stuff and the other 4...

Jogging & Running: need to get in shape, rule of thumb, m 180
rule of thumb, m 180, bodyweight: Losing weight takes 2 things: exercise and restricted diet. You can t each as much as your body normally needs. For your age, you d need about 1800 calories a day just to maintain your weight (175 pounds x 10 =1750 cals, 1800 used as a ballpark number)....

Jogging & Running: new jogger and biker, peak condition, mind and spirit
peak condition, mind and spirit, hook up: HI DARCIE THE KEY IS TO CUT SUGARS, CARBS, BREADS, ETC. EAT PROTEINS AND CAN CHEAT NOW THEN THEN. MY DAUGHTER ON MY WEB SITE FRONT PAGE HAD FIVE KIDS, SHE IS FORTY FIVE AND WEARS A SIZE FIVE, SHE POWER WALKS FOUR MILE EARLY MORNINGS EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK...

Jogging & Running: new runner with several pains, running sneakers, athletic history
running sneakers, athletic history, shin splints: Hi Jennifer You are going to experience some situations while your body adapts to a new level of stress on the musculature,and you just have keep making adjustments along the way such as duration,number of days,intensity,etc,etc.The area on your ankles seems...

Jogging & Running: new running routine, running on a treadmill, minute intervals
running on a treadmill, minute intervals, fartlek: Hi Kathy To improve the quality of the time you want to run.The body adapts very rapidly to a routine.To Increase the performance,you have to change the level you train at.If you just want a different routine to get rid of the boredom,there is no requirments...

Jogging & Running: new shoe problems...ouch!!, nike shox, asics kensei
nike shox, asics kensei, shoe problems: Evan, Everyone has different experiences with shoes. Blisters may be because they are new and need to be broken in, and they may not be. From my experience though it is best to stick with one brand. I had Nike and switched to Asics and had problems also....

Jogging & Running: non-motorized treadmill, motorised treadmill, momentun
motorised treadmill, momentun, hole bunch: Hi barry A non motorized treadmill will not be as smooth as a motorized and probably jerky since you provide the momentun to drive the belt.I personally wouldn t touch it,but i would definitly give it a good test and see how it functions and i don t me ten...

Jogging & Running: numb feet, protein shake, numb feet
protein shake, numb feet, consistent schedule: Hi Dan If you want to get back into running,i would suggest you get into a more consistent schedule instead of just starting up in summer.You have to get back to the basics of training with all the appropiate exercises with a gradual build up.The protein...

Jogging & Running: nutrition and endurance training, training for a half marathon, increased metabolism
training for a half marathon, increased metabolism, albuquerque new mexico: Dear jenny I do not see a problem at all. First of all when you increase your mileage you body is going to adapt to it and you will want to eat more and you will need to eat more to matain your increase in mileage.If your losing weight your not eating...

Jogging & Running: nutrition and training, training for a half marathon, two and a half hours
training for a half marathon, two and a half hours, automatic pilot: Hi Carly I would not eat before your training runs.I would just slow the pace what ever it is and just make sure you are totally confortable well within yourself.If you want take some walking breaks.That breakfast is not going to help you.It is the food the...

Jogging & Running: Obese, how to start running?, army nurse corps, two and a half hours
army nurse corps, two and a half hours, push ups: Hi Carey First i want to say i admire you and wish you all the success.There is no precise time when you should start running.The most important thing carey is paying close attention and listen to your body.It will tell you when you can run or continue to...

Jogging & Running: Occasional knee pain, asphalt track, burning sensation
asphalt track, burning sensation, pain physicians: How goes it former athlete You have a real case of chondromalacia.If you have a lot of patience and can follow my program consistently you will be as good as new over time.I can t say how long it will take,since everybody heals differently and more consistant...

Jogging & Running: Old knee injury prevent running?, cartilage surfaces, john dehart
cartilage surfaces, john dehart, typeing skills: dear yazminh It sounds to me like chondromalacia which means a disintegration of the patella and femoral cartilage surfaces resulting in uneven rough gliding motion between these structures.there are two things i use to correct this which is strenthening...

Jogging & Running: How Old is to old to compete, olympic triathlon, olympic goals
olympic triathlon, olympic goals, heart mind: HI PIERRE CERTAINLY NOT, IF YOU TRAIN FULLY FROM THE HEART, MIND AND BODY, YOUR NEVER TOO OLD. START TO WORK, YOU KNOW WHAT YOU MUST DO FOR THIS, I DO NOT, BUT AT THIRTY YOUR A BABY, SOME OF THE TOP DIVERS I WATCHED WERE LATE THIRTIES DOING OUTSTANDING DIVES....

Jogging & Running: Optimum time for running, john dehart, danny dreyer
john dehart, danny dreyer, high octane fuel: dear errol no problem with cutting back a little and your cardio i am sure is in awesome shape now.I would do 45 two days and 90 on the third and that should maintain you fine.you don t ever want to cut back to much because there are many many many benefits...

Jogging & Running: Outer Knee Pain, gold question, half marathon
gold question, half marathon, star type: Hi Mike Question 1..alignment, imbalance,tracking of knee. Question 2..Start adding 3 stationary bike workouts to your program a week for 45 min to 1 hr.This will help take care of the problems in question 1.Start taking 500mg vit c with your 3 meals a day...

Jogging & Running: Overweight, leg swings, exercise tapes
leg swings, exercise tapes, jump rope: Tony, Do some jumping jacks daily inhouse, do some jogging in place, do some leg lifts sideways, fronts and laying on your tummy lift high as u can. do some crunches to tighten the tummy, put your toes under the couch or chair and do full and halfs. Make...

Jogging & Running: How often should one jog and..., home lifts, injurys
home lifts, injurys, warm regards: HI TASH I PERSONALLY WOULD START WITH POWER WALKING FIRST FOR A CERTAIN SET OF MILES. BEFORE STARTING OFF JOGGING OR RUNNING, THIS KEEPS THE LIGAMENTS FROM SORENESS AND INJURYS. AFTER THIS AND U MEET YOUR GOALS, START TO JOG AND WORK ON HILLS UP AND DOWN...

Jogging & Running: oops, best time, mileage
best time, mileage: Peggy Itwas great talking with you monday am.If you want to email me use the one on my web site.Lets talk on sunday after your long bike.If you email me your phone i will call you.Just tell me when is best time.IF you need to discuss anything in between...

Jogging & Running: i am overweight and i want to get in shape, proper guidance, lifting weights
proper guidance, lifting weights, jumping jacks: Hi Alex Here it is alex.Start a walk jog program and work your way up to 1hr a day and 1 day go 1hr 45min 6 day program.Work into the jogging portion slowly.Your body will adapt over time.Also take a close look at your diet.They go hand and and hand.Can t...

Jogging & Running: Pace, workouts, interval
workouts, interval, patience: You can develop a interval program that closely resembles your soccer match.Do twice a week and use time instead of distance.After a good warm up and streching,go 30 seconds hard zig zaging the field like chasing the action and 40 seconds rest.Start with 10...

Jogging & Running: Pain in calf, upper buttocks, and lower back, pain in calf, keeping in shape
pain in calf, keeping in shape, nerve stimulation: I d see a specialist, especially due to the leg length issue, since that can cause many problems currently and down the road for you. I must add that stretching before a run isn t all its cracked up to be. Warm-up techniques have improved greatly over the...

Jogging & Running: Pain in my foot, jog, shape
jog, shape, exercise: John, Most likely it isn t serious...just overuse. If you haven t worked out a lot and then went out and ran for an hour, with all the pounding you aren t used to, you probably just strained or over worked your ankle. YOu should ease back into exercise....

Jogging & Running: Pain in legs when running, shock absorbtion, lower leg pain
shock absorbtion, lower leg pain, burning sensation: Genna, Hope you had a good holiday...I was out of town for a week. If it hurts with either pair, then I would recommend taking a little time off. It is possible to injure your legs and not realize it at the time. Continue to stretch and ice, even take an...

Jogging & Running: Pain in Outer Left Leg, rehabilitative measures, impact stress
rehabilitative measures, impact stress, self diagnosis: Dear Jim, Self-diagnosis is very imprecise and risky. You need to visit a running-related physical therapist who can give you a professional evaluation and suggest rehabilitative measures to correct your condition (IT band or not). It is worth the time...

Jogging & Running: Pain while running, left knee, heidi
left knee, heidi, pace: Hi Heidi Your knee is not tracking properly.I would recomend you do some stationary biking a 2 to 3 time a week.If it isn t to serious it should correct itself pretty rapidly.Any other questions just get in touch.You can refer to some of my answered questions...

Jogging & Running: Patella tracking and knee pain, cement surfaces, tina tina
cement surfaces, tina tina, poor knee: Tina, I can t even come close to guessing how your quality of life will be in 20 years, I m not a fortune teller. :) I think you just need to find an active lifestyle strategy that will work for you. One of the reasons I don t like the ellipticals as much...

Jogging & Running: Persistant Calf Pain while Running, mini marathon, calf muscles
mini marathon, calf muscles, calf pain: Hi Randy You have to get into steady consistent stretching of your calf muscles before and also during your training runs.I would recommend after 5 minutes into your training run stop and stretch for a couple of minutes and then after 10 minutes.See how that...

Jogging & Running: Proper Diet while running to lose weight, spinach salad, nutrition category
spinach salad, nutrition category, good fats: Wow that was quick Sonya a friend of mine Dr barry sears has every thing you need for meals,snacks,bars.Have you ever heard of the ZONE? just go to www.drsears.com and look around.He has many sites and his program and information is state of the art.Many...

Jogging & Running: pain, stomach area, abdominal muscle
stomach area, abdominal muscle, holding my breath: Dear harry Without knowing your height weight age your overall condition how long you have been running and the pace you run etc.etc.I will give you the most comon situation. Weak adominals that usually acurs in people who just start up or don t exercise...

Jogging & Running: pain, hip pointer, stomach area
hip pointer, stomach area, gall bladder: Hi Harry, That is the side our liver and spleen is on among many other muscles, intestines run on both sides, right side is our gall bladder. You could of pulled a large muscle? If I were you I would have my docter order xrays if u have coverage to do so?...

Jogging & Running: How much pain is too much?, leg curls, runners world
leg curls, runners world, shock waves: Hi Mindy I would strongly recomend you keep up with the walking untill you get your weight down,since you could do some serious damage.At 5ft. 2in. it is really to much as you no.I would get into a gym and start doing some leg exercises such as leg extentions...

Jogging & Running: pain in achilles below calf, calf pain, couple inches
calf pain, couple inches, full of blood: Hi Paul Problems with achilles has destroyed more ruunig careers and should not be treated lightly.First start taking 500mg vit c with your 3 meals a day.Second you want to ice as often as possible,especially after workout.Do not take ibuprofen.You mask the...

Jogging & Running: pain in foot, stress fracture, half marathon
stress fracture, half marathon, aid measures: Dear Lisa, You need to have a medical evaluation since you should rule out the possibility of a stress fracture (although I would never try to diagnose over the internet and besides I m not a physician). Your first aid measures are temporary and without...

Jogging & Running: pain after jogging, john dehart, low carb diet
john dehart, low carb diet, best running shoes: dear hosana the first thing i need from you is more info..... height weight age health history your nutrition program and be specific and how long you have been joging.did you just start three months a go?get back to me hosana with this info and any...

Jogging & Running: pain in knee, contrary to popular belief, massaging device
contrary to popular belief, massaging device, warm ups: Stretching only is part of the solution: are you strengthening your legs? Contrary to popular belief, running alone does not strengthen the legs, it merely adapts to the demands of running. From what I can gather, your old shoes, despite running on grass,...

Jogging & Running: pain in right leg, pain in right leg, google
pain in right leg, google, core work: Hi Kirsten I can t really pin point it with out a more clear description,but here are a few of things it could be. Illiotibial band syndrome,Sciatica,Piriformis.If you google these kirsten you can probably pin point which one and where it is coming from.The...

Jogging & Running: Back pain/My stride, doing situps, running store
doing situps, running store, good shape: Kareem, Sorry it took a few days..I had an extremely busy weekend and wanted to take the time to answer your question properly. The lower back pain could be due to a few different reasons. The first and least likely is a shoe problem. When shoes get worn...

Jogging & Running: pain, stomach area, abdominal muscle
stomach area, abdominal muscle, problem thanks: Harry, This is normal. Be sure to hydrate well before you run and you may try lifting your left arm to relieve the pain (it stretches out those muscles). If this doesn t work then you may want to go see your doctor to be sure that it isn t anything. Best...

Jogging & Running: painful knee, heavy weights, long distance runner
heavy weights, long distance runner, painful knee: Hi Michelle First congratulations on your success.Your situation is quite common and i have treated many over the years including myself years ago.My case is what made me an expert on this matter.I have copied a case history on scott lovell and others with...

Jogging & Running: painful second toenail after power walking/jogging, toenails, nancy
toenails, nancy, shoes: Hi Nancy The only thing i think it could be is the fit of your shoes,To tight and getting squesed,no room for foot to spread on impact,or possibly you wacked it sometime when you were walking around in bare feet.More than likly first one.If you have other...

Jogging & Running: painfull toe, john thanks, toe nail
john thanks, toe nail, summer thanks: Dr.John here Guess i was right on siobhain.Many years of experience.First of all i can give you the remedy to alliviate your problem your self right away and it won t cost you anything or you can see a doctor and have it taken care of for what he charges.You...

Jogging & Running: persistently sore sartorius, bailey island maine, sandia peak albuquerque
bailey island maine, sandia peak albuquerque, sonoma coast: Greetings from rentacoach int hdq. Thanks so much for your gracious comments.It is people like you that make my job so much fun to do.Have you been to maine?If you go to baileyisland.com and click on to bailey island on the left side you will be able to see...

Jogging & Running: pins and needles after running, pins and needles, marathon preparation
pins and needles, marathon preparation, impingment: Melody, I m not positive on what the cause of the pins & needles feeling is, other than that it could be nerve-related. It happened to me once with a lower back impingment on my nerve that affects the same area you discussed. I would seek a doctor or...

Jogging & Running: popping knee, hand weights, rehap
hand weights, rehap, knee soreness: Hi Myles Resting won t help.What you have to do is treat the problem and work on it till it goes away.I get a lot of knee request.I copied a situation which describes the situation and gives you a prescription to work with.Matter of fact i just heard from...

Jogging & Running: post 1/2 marathon, blood sugar level, stomach cramping
blood sugar level, stomach cramping, nausea and diarrhea: Hi Carly That is music to my ears.You deserve to be comended for a successfull debut half marathon.Carly you and your body have accomplised so much recently with the weight loss and half marathon.I would not worry about your situation for a while.You have...

Jogging & Running: proper diet, breakfast lunch dinner, proper diet
breakfast lunch dinner, proper diet, hydration: Hi Dean what you eat in all meals makes a huge difference on performance and recovery.It is the one area little attention is payed.You didn t tell what you have for breakfast,which could also have a bearing on your afternoon run along with hydration.Why don...

Jogging & Running: protecting my joints, asphalt surfaces, leg curls
asphalt surfaces, leg curls, leg exercises: Dear Eric, According to my orthopedic surgeon you cannot wear out your knees from activity. However, you could strengthen the joint capsules, ligaments, tendons and musculature by adding a strength training routine to your running. Try doing leg exercises,...

Jogging & Running: pulled muscle, muscle strains, minor muscle
muscle strains, minor muscle, shin splints: David, It is most likely from trying to change your form, but could also be tendonitis of something. You should ice it well, and try to stretch properly everyday. It really may just be getting back into running. Best bet is ice, anti inflammatories and...

Jogging & Running: pulled muscle, muscle strains, minor muscle
muscle strains, minor muscle, least three weeks: Hi David You might not of pulled it,and just strained it.Their is no real answer to time for healing,since it is an individual thing.I think if you just walk for about 10 minutes and then stop and lightly stretch it,and then resume a very gradual jog to test...

Jogging & Running: Quads Tightening, cross trainers, tread mill
cross trainers, tread mill, musculature: Hi Pritesh Leg extensions,leg curls,adductor,abductor,leg presses,half squats.I would also add a good ab work out and back extensions.I would also use a exercise bike for a while in place of running to help with the tracking if your knee and leg.The key to...

Jogging & Running: Question, shin splint, four laps
shin splint, four laps, shin pain: Zach, There is no connection between the shortness of breath and the shin pain. That being said, either you bruised your shin or created a small fracture when you hit your shin. Tis could be painful when pressing on it, or even from the extended pouding...

Jogging & Running: Question, tight head, metallic taste
tight head, metallic taste, muscle soreness: I don t know what is the cause of your symptoms. Are you perhaps running too hard on your workouts? The tight head and headaches could be causes of too much intensity, and also little hydration. The metallic taste is a mystery to me. First I ve heard...

Jogging & Running: Questions, running on a treadmill, hopeless situation
running on a treadmill, hopeless situation, heart rate: Actually, running as fast as you can handle, with the rests at each intersection, is a method you can use to train for running. Even though you won t be going continuously, your heart rate will still be going continuously. Another way to do it is to just...

Jogging & Running: Can Races be Fun?, half marathon, couch potato
half marathon, couch potato, 5k race: Hi VJ Yes running can be fun if you just approach it that way and just as you said for the focus, incentive,training.Just forget your pace and your time,chips.I would focus strictly on what ever the pace is extremly comfortable and your not breathing hard...

Jogging & Running: RE: breathing, first half marathon, slow dow
first half marathon, slow dow, unsalted peanuts: Hi Carly Your diet looks fine,but i would knock off the weight training till after the marathon.Your body can only take so much and probably effecting your energy and breathing for lack of recovery of musculature.Add a few more easy miles.Also on your runs...

Jogging & Running: Re: Foot pain, soft tissue damage, stress fracture
soft tissue damage, stress fracture, foot massages: Hi Don Not knowing your training program in regards to miles run on a weekly basis,height ,weight,age,intensisty.I first suspect a stress fracture. Based on your experience over 3 months.If it is a slight fracture, it will take about 8 weeks of inactivity...

Jogging & Running: Recreational jogger, new shoes, musculature
new shoes, musculature, energy systems: Hi Lisa The footing is not a problem.The body s musculature and energy systems adapts to a level of stress and workload over time and needs a certain amount of easy activity or rest for growth,strength,healing to come forward.The most important thing when...

Jogging & Running: Regular running and ankle pain, conective tissue, ankle pain
conective tissue, ankle pain, judgement: Dear Rebecca First if you can still run and want to I would recomend to cut back on the distance and pace for a while and give it a chance to heal.Keep up with the ice and elivation. I would add 500mg of vit.C with your three meals a day.This is like gold...

Jogging & Running: Respectable sprinting times., school competitions, respectable time
school competitions, respectable time, mile time: Willem, Your mile time of 7:00 is a far better time than ten seconds for 50 meters. For your size, the time is respectable and I would think that with proper training, you could get it down close to 6:00. Have you thought about trying the discuss or shot...

Jogging & Running: Restarting Exercise Routine, lifting weights, exercise routine
lifting weights, exercise routine, fitness levels: There are no normal times or distances to shoot for, since everyone s different in their fitness capacities at different times in their life. I have never seen any such charts or age/time comparisons for running. You may be fine with running a mile s worth...

Jogging & Running: MY RIGHT KNEE HURTS, hand weights, knee soreness
hand weights, knee soreness, meter sprints: Hi Francis Don t worry,just follow the instructions i gave this guy that i took from priviously answered questions.Your knee just kind of got off track.Just follow it for a while and drop me a line and let me know how it is going.Any other questions get in...

Jogging & Running: Right Knee, yard dashes, connective tissues
yard dashes, connective tissues, police exam: Hi Manuel The 40 s did it,and probably strained some tendons and messed up your alignment of the tracking of the knee.It doesn t appear to me based on your description and your ability to still run that you have done any majior damage such as acl.I would...

Jogging & Running: Rookie Questions, achilles tendon, crim festival
achilles tendon, crim festival, weight train: Hi Brian Train by time not miles.I would go 4 days building up to 45 min easy and one of those days build up to 1 hour 45 minutes.Do not push the pace or you will get injured.The only thing you can do just starting out is build some endurance with the hopes...

Jogging & Running: RUNNING TIME, half marathons, mini marathon
half marathons, mini marathon, running time: Dave, The important thing is finishing. That being said, I think the course for half marathons usually close after about 2 1/2 to 3 hours. You can continue running, however, after that point, there is usually no more police direction, etc. That equates...

Jogging & Running: RUNNING, sesamoid bone, cells tissues
sesamoid bone, cells tissues, new mom: Hi Laura I see no problem with you making a full return to running,but you have have to proceed gradually until you heal up.Don t use the incline on the treadmill since that will create more stress on your foot which you don t need at this time.I would also...

Jogging & Running: Run faster for shorter period, caveat, losing weight
caveat, losing weight, closer look: Hi Brian Time is allways better, but if you are short on time,increasing the speed will keep you in the game.The one big caveat would be to take a closer look at your diet and get truly focused which would fill in the gaps. To your continued success ...

Jogging & Running: Runner's butt and thighs, wheat cereal, pear shape
wheat cereal, pear shape, diet cola: Your diet seems quite healthy actually. As far as hills go, find one about 100-200 meters long and ( you can do them on a treadmill also) you should run up it hard ( not all out, rather building the speed throughout), and then jog back down slowly. Repeat...

Jogging & Running: Runner's high -- and low -- heart rates, high blood preasure, lifting weights
high blood preasure, lifting weights, dear joseph: Dear Joseph The short answer NO.Get right into it and enjoy.The only concern i would have is if you have high blood preasure and then i would relax a little and use low weights high reps.If there is any thing else Joseph just get in touch. The very best...

Jogging & Running: Runner's Knee, hand weights, first marathon
hand weights, first marathon, knee soreness: Hi Rosa I have answered this questions many times for others,so i picked one out from the file questions answered which is on the site,so if you want go back through and take a look see for others.If there are any other questions after looking at the one...

Jogging & Running: Runner's Knee and Elliptical, runners knee, knee soreness
runners knee, knee soreness, hi mary: Hi Mary First your doctor is wrong.There is no such thing as runners knee.The only thing she got partially right is the quad strength.What you have mary is a slight case of chondromalica and you should stop the ellipting.When your back under control you can...

Jogging & Running: Runner's Knee, ways to loss weight, spinning classes
ways to loss weight, spinning classes, high intensity: Hi again Jackie It is possible they could be related to some degree,but normaly no.Two things possible.First bursitis.The knee is surounded by several bursa that act as lubricating spaces between moving structures.They can become irritated and inflamed.It...

Jogging & Running: Runner's knee/chondromalacia patellae and quads, knee soreness, leg ext
knee soreness, leg ext, patellae: Hi Aalap First stay away from the knife.This can be corrected if your patient.Second i would stay away from squating untill you correct the chondro.first or you will have real problems.I copied a question from priviously answered questions on my site which...

Jogging & Running: Runner's knee, confortable shoes, yoga instructors
confortable shoes, yoga instructors, newsw: Hi Genna The only running shoe is the one that confortable.Shoes do take care of your knees.I have copied a case history for you on scott lovell and some testimonials on what your situation is and a prscription to take care of it.Any questions get in touch....

Jogging & Running: Runner's Nutrition, well balanced diet, good fats
well balanced diet, good fats, fruits and vegetables: Hi Tia I really wouldn t worry since that is really not excessive.As long as he maintains a good healthy well balanced diet of protein,carbs and the good fats like olive oil,flaxseed,plenty of fruits and vegetables.A good diet will take care of the electrolytes.If...

Jogging & Running: "Runners Knee", csuchico edu, lateral meniscus
csuchico edu, lateral meniscus, iliotibial band pain: dear mike I think i can help you but not with my typing skills since i have to ask you to many questions.Go to my web site www.rentacoachinternational.com and see my contact info, and call me and we can zero in on this.there will no charge for the consul....

Jogging & Running: Running, john dehart, albuquerque new mexico
john dehart, albuquerque new mexico, long distance runner: taylor I need a lot more info about you and your training nutrion profile day to day height weight etc.etc.a complete sumation times.do you understand what i mean.one nutrient is not going to make the difference.do you lift? get back to me with complete...

Jogging & Running: Running 1000 m, numbness in the legs, few minutes
numbness in the legs, few minutes, sal: Sal, Both things are quite common. The first is the numbness in the legs. I am guessing that the numbness only lasts a short while, probably at the end of a race and for a few minutes afterward right? This is because she is racing. When you race, the body...

Jogging & Running: Running at 185 bpm and above?, john dehart, polar hrm
john dehart, polar hrm, half marathons: dear alejandro first your theoretical max based on your age is 187 not 159.eases formula is 220 minus your age.this is just a ball park but ok to develope training perimeters to train and race by.most of your training outside of speed work or tempo runs should...

Jogging & Running: Running, bailey island maine, endorphin rush
bailey island maine, endorphin rush, legal forums: Hi Edward I guess your all set then.One thing you could do is have your body fat taken with calipers to establish a good base line to work with.You want to look for 10 to 15 number.Thanks for the input on my house which is on bailey island maine,45 min. from...

Jogging & Running: Running, consistent program, cardiovascular system
consistent program, cardiovascular system, breathing problems: Hi stormy The answer is No don t worry,your fine.When you run it is a form of weight lifting lifting yourself off the ground with every stride.Just be patient and keep your consistent program going.The body adapts over time.Get in touch if you have any further...

Jogging & Running: Running, neccessity, fitness
neccessity, fitness: In simple terms, start exercising consistently to build up your fitness. I don t know what reason it is that you have to run 1500m in one day, but if it s a neccessity, I d start exercising, plain & simple. Try to go out for a run and see how far you get,...

Jogging & Running: Running, treadmill speed, speed and distance
treadmill speed, speed and distance, shoe type: Well, its best if you either increase speed and keep the distance relatively the same, or keep your speed and increase the distance. You increased both factors of speed & distance, and if you are walking at 6 mph, its actually about the speed of most people...

Jogging & Running: Running 7 days a week, natural gait, adequate rest
natural gait, adequate rest, rest period: Hi Tanya I can t speak for others about there reason for taking a day off,but it is not neccessary i assure you,unless you feel you need to for what ever reason in which it is perfectly allright.You decide the rest period if you want one.Don t use arm waits,it...

Jogging & Running: Running, running to lose weight, cardiovascular system
running to lose weight, cardiovascular system, good afternoon: Mike, As I said, if you want to burn fat, do long slow runs of about 45 minutes to an hour. What I recommended is a workout that was comparable to what you were doing and what you wanted. However, if you are serious about running to lose weight, do long...

Jogging & Running: Running, best way to lose weight, sodas
best way to lose weight, sodas, kilograms: Yasir, The best way to lose weight is to run slow and long. You should focus on running for time, not distance or speed. Slowly work your way up to 45 min per day, and watch your diet. Don t drink sodas, or eat sweets. Try to eat fruits, salads, soup, etc...

Jogging & Running: Running aches, teeth and gums, mouth area
teeth and gums, mouth area, intensity: Hi Brian Not totally sure,but could be your tensing up your jaw and mouth area do to the intensity of your run.Try running more relaxed and be especially concerned with the jaw and clenching your mouth.I loved to hear if that works for you brian if you get...

Jogging & Running: Running and Breathing, endurance sports, oxygen transport
endurance sports, oxygen transport, lactic acid buildup: Hi Justin Don t worry,your oxygen transport system will adapt over time.That is your vascular and arterial pathways.Don t try and fancy breathing system.Let it happen automaticly. What you have to learn and practice is running confortable,and if your confortable...

Jogging & Running: Running and bigger thighs and butt, lb leg, minute intervals
lb leg, minute intervals, consistent focus: Hi Terry Bottom line,you have to get back into your running,and forget the heavy leg presses.Your running routine should be focused on length of your running,and the longer the better, working up to 1hr.5 days a week.You will continue to lose weight as long...

Jogging & Running: Running faster, slow twitch muscle fibers, twitch muscle fibers
slow twitch muscle fibers, twitch muscle fibers, anaerobic workouts: Hi Barry, Jogging will primarily develop your slow-twitch muscle fibers. However, if your ultimate goal is to increase your pure speed on the soccer field, then you are on the right track because a strong aerobic base and good conditioning are required...

Jogging & Running: Running in first marathon, breakfast lunch dinner, achilles tendon
breakfast lunch dinner, achilles tendon, carbo load: Dear Jay, Carbo loading is done for the 3 days preceeding the race. Increase your carbohydrate containing foods up to @75-80% of total food intake, along with increased fluids (carbohydrates store 3 grams of water with each gram ingested). This process...

Jogging & Running: Running form problems, cross country team, gait
cross country team, gait, strides: How are ya heather Some things such as form and running gait are god given and you have to be carefull tinkering with it,since you could make it worst.Here are a couple of things you can work on if you have not allready. 1...Hill repeats aprox.75 to 100...

Jogging & Running: Running but gaining!?, running on a treadmill, lifting weights
running on a treadmill, lifting weights, calipers: Hi Barry I think you did,but thats ok.Barry the first thing you want to do is have your body fat measured by calipers from a qualified individual to have a base line to work with and measure your progress.A health club would probably take care of this for...

Jogging & Running: Running up hills, hockey teams, soccer
hockey teams, soccer, large hill: Hi Barry Running hills is a real a great session which can provide many benefits depending on what your goals are.It is important to decide what you are trying to accomplish before you just go for it,since it could be counter productive.If you have any other...

Jogging & Running: Running Injury, pinched nerve, circulation problems
pinched nerve, circulation problems, running injury: Shannon, Shoes are usually good for about 400-500 miles, sometimes more, sometimes less. According to what you run, about 17 miles a week, you have probably put roughly 885 miles on your shoes. I would recommend getting a new pair and checking that out....

Jogging & Running: Running Injury, fibula bone, calf bone
fibula bone, calf bone, pinched nerve: Hi Shannon Much better description.I think it has something to do with shin splints.As i think back a number of years i recall having some of those same problems.I one common thing i see is that the people who are just starting out or coming back from a lay...

Jogging & Running: Running Injury, common running injuries, runningtimes
common running injuries, runningtimes, home remedy: Joshua, You may have what s called Illiotibial Band Syndrome, or IT Band Syndrome for short. The IT Band is a tendous strip that runs directly where you are feeling that pain. Running 3 miles a day on a track (I m assuming in the same direction each run,...

Jogging & Running: Running Injury, physical evaluations, tight shoes
physical evaluations, tight shoes, pinched nerve: Are your shoes too tightly tied? I know I would get that now and then with tight shoes on. I can t tell you for sure what it is, since I can t give physical evaluations through the internet. I would suggest seeing a doctor or chiropractor on this one, or...

Jogging & Running: Running Issues., achilles tendon, tendon strain
achilles tendon, tendon strain, ankle bones: How are ya Liam It sounds to me like a little shin splints and possibly a little achilles tendon strain. You want to do streches for the tendon after you run and Go every othe day for a week till it heals up and keep the pace down a little.Also for the shin...

Jogging & Running: Running injury, beginner runners, shin splint
beginner runners, shin splint, time runners: Hi Langston I would not recommend orthotics.As a rule the muscles and tissue should adapt over time.After runs you can ice them and start taking 500mg vit c with your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery.You mentioned you run road races, but not how much you...

Jogging & Running: Running/Jogging, leg strength, hi john
leg strength, hi john, endurance: Hi John To improve your running,the key is being consistent from day to day with a lot of variety such as hills and changing of the pace tempo and the distance you cover.One of the best exercises you can do for leg strength is hill repeats from 50 meters...

Jogging & Running: Running & lower back pain, vision of victory, lower back pain
vision of victory, lower back pain, marathon 2: How are ya Kath Don t worry.There is no problem with getting into the running at your age, as long as you approach it properly with a plan.There is a russian women i know who at 49 and then 50 won back to back los angles marathons 2004..2005 and this year...

Jogging & Running: Running and Nausea - Follow Up?, bike hardcore, consistent schedule
bike hardcore, consistent schedule, john nicholas: Nicholas I have no idea how hard your pushing that 3/4 of a mile,but it is very easy to feel nauseous if your just over the edge during the effort.And yes training will help.I would also work on your abs,which could be contributing to the problem. Best...

Jogging & Running: Running Novice, long distances, chronic fatigue
long distances, chronic fatigue, andrew john: Hi Andrew Just don t worry andrew and most important be patience.Everybody s body adapts at a different rate.Overtime the musculature and energy systems will develope.We all at one time went threw what you have going on.I would suggest a walk jog program...

Jogging & Running: Running as I get older, swimming laps, stress test
swimming laps, stress test, heart health: Hi Jeff First 45yrs old is not old and your competive days are done if thats what you choose.If you think you can or you think you can t....They are both right.Your mind contols where you want to go....Your body folows along for the ride.That being said i...

Jogging & Running: Running while overweight, target stores, workout tapes
target stores, workout tapes, sporting goods stores: Christol, I think what might break your plateau is something you can do privately at home, and even though it may take a small investment, its well worth it. I m talking about doing some workouts with the kettlebell weights that are out there now. I don...

Jogging & Running: Running: Pain from the buttock to leg, anish, buttock
anish, buttock, time experience: Hi Anish I really don t think so.When you start a program you will from time to time experience some discomfort in different area s.What i would do anish is incorporate a regular light streching program on all muscle groupes after your workouts.This will...

Jogging & Running: Running Pain, lower abdomen, long distances
lower abdomen, long distances, glutes: Hi Lauren, You took the right route in seeing the ATC first about your issues. Stretching isn t all its cracked up to be, before a run. I m talking about the static hold & stretch stretching that s done. This does very little to warm up the muscles,...

Jogging & Running: Running pace, cardiopulmonary system, current training
cardiopulmonary system, current training, adriana: Adriana, There is no normal speed. Each person has their own so called normal training pace determined by a wide variety of factors such as current training, VO2 max, ability to control lactic acid, weight, overall fitness, etc. Essentially it is the cardiopulmonary...

Jogging & Running: Running Questions, cardiovascular strength, consistent work
cardiovascular strength, consistent work, colledge: Hi Zachary You just have to train where it is convient for you untill you can find a more appropiate place.The effort is the only thing that counts.To build a solid cardio,endurace,strength requires consistent work over time on a what ever time you have to...

Jogging & Running: Running Remotivation, progressive approach, strength training
progressive approach, strength training, workout: Ben, I wouldn t advise jumping right into a 5 day/week program. Its a setup for failure in the long run. A baseline progressive approach would be more suitable, given your conditions you described with sporadic running habits that you have right now. ...

Jogging & Running: Running Shoes pls help:), racing shoes, old shoes
racing shoes, old shoes, walking shoes: Hi Kathrine If you haven t had any problems with the spirit i see no problem keeping with the brand.I do agree with you on the running shoes today.This has been my complaint to.If you want to take the time to find a running shoe.This could work for you.Find...

Jogging & Running: Running Shoes, running shoes, running shoe
running shoes, running shoe, neighbor: Vicki, Sorry about the delay, I was experiencing log in problems. I also used to love Saucony ( back in the early 90 s) but then switched to Nike. Everyone s foot is different so recommending a pair is very hard. What I can tell you is that if you find...

Jogging & Running: Running to get in shape, omega 3 fatty acids, blood sugar levels
omega 3 fatty acids, blood sugar levels, fish egg: JP I do not encourage protein shakes.Bad habit to get into.If you plan your food intake in advance like you do your training you won t need the shakes or bar.Like wise for your friend.Your strenght and muscle building will come from your easy and recovery...

Jogging & Running: Running shoes vs walking shoes, bad feet, walking shoes
bad feet, walking shoes, nike air: RENE I OWN NEW BALANCE BUT NOW CERTAIN THEY ARE THE BEST FOR NIKE AIR IS ALSO GOOD. SO MANY GOOD TENNIS SHOES ARE AVAILABEL THAT YOU NEED TO ASK FOR ASSISTANCE IN A GOOD SHOE STORE, FOOT LOCKER, FAMOUS FOOT WEAR, ETC. I ALSO WEAR AND ADORE BIRKENSTOCKS...

Jogging & Running: Running speed limits, race pace, least three times
race pace, least three times, taking a risk: Hi Muyiwa Know you are not taking a risk,but you do not have to run at that heart rate to get the full benifits.That rate you are running at is race pace.Aerobic...65 to 70 percent very easy.Anerobic threshold...80 to 85 percent.Don t worry Muyjiwa,you will...

Jogging & Running: Running after surgery, sgt usmc, speed work
sgt usmc, speed work, minor surgery: Hi Mark The most important run you could do now once a week is a long run at a easy confortable pace working up to one and a half hours to develope some endurance.The next run would be some speed work.I recomend working your way up 8 times 4 min. with a 2...

Jogging & Running: Running on Tar Road, illiotibial band, tar road
illiotibial band, tar road, trial error: I would be careful of running on the same side of the road, since they are banked and your legs will have some tightness issues on one side of your body (one leg will be landing longer than the other, causing some illiotibial band issues). The types of...

Jogging & Running: Running Technique Videos/Resources, overuse injuries, carl lewis
overuse injuries, carl lewis, stock footage: Hi Brian I took a look at google and put in running videos,and found a large selection.I cliped one out for you,but you might want to look further. www.wolverinesports.com/track40.html - 33k - Cached - Similar pages Running Video and Stock Footage...

Jogging & Running: Running Tips, running tips, impact training
running tips, impact training, high intensity: Hi Rich Never heard of hiit,but if you want to maximize your fat burning proccess then the longer your workout last the better at a speed you can tolerate for the time you plan to run.I would suggest working up to 1hr 30 min.Another thing to move the process...

Jogging & Running: Running on toes, hockey coaching, hockey coach
hockey coaching, hockey coach, coaching clinic: Hi Barry No need to.If you want to improve you should develop some sport specific drills.I would go to your hockey coach and get him to work with you on a good program to max your movment on the ice.Did you check with the people who put on the clinic for...

Jogging & Running: Running triathlon, protein shakes, protein drinks
protein shakes, protein drinks, clif bars: Hi Gary You didn t say what distance triathlon your training for.Are you going for the Big one or sprint etc.The only difference in eating before would be your meal plans over the number of days depending on which race you selected.The 1/2 iron man and full...

Jogging & Running: Running in Water, aqua jogging, burning calories
aqua jogging, burning calories, knee injuries: Hi Dina, I assume you have an aqua jogging belt of some kind? Many runners will rehab in the pool, however once they feel ready, they get back on the road simply because it is not the same and road running. Having said that, you will still be burning calories,...

Jogging & Running: Running for weight loss, hole life, gaining muscle
hole life, gaining muscle, success formula: Hi Linda First question...NO...you have to be patient.Four weeks is not much time.Your focus should be on body fat not weight.I would recomend to have your body fat measured with calipers for a base line to work with.Second i would recomend you learn to eat...

Jogging & Running: Running for weight loss during menopause, menopause symptoms, exercise plans
menopause symptoms, exercise plans, breakfast lunch: Hi Jane I m going to be recomending a very agressive program for you to really attack your situation,but first i need to have a discription of your present and past exercise program and the number of days you are working at it plus if your nursing any injuries...

Jogging & Running: Running for weight loss and loving it, ebruno, lifting weights
ebruno, lifting weights, bench press: HI EBRUNO U MUST ALSO CUT THE FATS U EAT IF U DO AS DIET HELPS IN LOOSING WEIGHT. YOUR WORKOUT WILL CERTAINLY HELP TONE, BUT DIET PLAYS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF LOOSING, ESPECIALLY AT FIRST. THEN ONCE U GET YOUR DIET ON A SCHEDULE YOUR USED TO EATING...

Jogging & Running: Running for weight loss, weight loss efforts, alcohol beer
weight loss efforts, alcohol beer, exercise to lose weight: Hi Lauren You burn about 100cal a mile.10 min miles for 90 minutes is 900 cal.Drinking doesn t help but i understand.I would meet the situation half way.Cut back a little and just add some more miles.It is all about your prioritys and managemet of the situations...

Jogging & Running: Running for weightloss, joging, best way to lose weight
joging, best way to lose weight, peals: Hi Greg Your increasing your chance of injury.The best way to lose weight is easy joging consistently, and the longer your runs the faster the fat peals off.You must fine tune your diet,since you only burn about a 100 cal. a mile.Last be patience and keep...

Jogging & Running: Running, water laps, running on a treadmill
water laps, running on a treadmill, feet legs: HALEY ANY WORKOUT LATER CAN BE EXTREMELY HARD ON JOINTS, WE MUST LEARN THE LIMIT OF OUR BODIES WHEN WORKING OUT. KNOW WHEN TO QUIT, PAIN OR ACHING...STOP, DO SOMETHING ELSE. MAKE A VARIETY OF ROUTINES TO STRETCH THE MUSCLES AND TENDONS. RIDE A BIKE IN...

Jogging & Running: Runnning/Jogging, many moons, royal marines
many moons, royal marines, two and a half years: HELLO EKACHAI YES, I WAS SO ADDICTED TO TAEWONDOE, I JOGGED DAILY, RAN TO CLASS OR BIKED, THEN BIKED 12 MILE A COUPLE TIMES A WEEK. THAT WAS MANY MOONS AGO NOW. BUT, KEEPING FIT IS ESSENTIAL IF YOUR GOING TO JOIN THE MILLITARY ONE DAY. IT WILL BE EASIER...

Jogging & Running: race, leg swings, gym workouts
leg swings, gym workouts, gym office: Hi Sarah Do some at home fitness even sitting on the floor for crunches and jogging in place or brisk walking to music that modivates u to move. Any kind of routine to get in shape be it home, gym, office, whatever. U now have two months to increase,...

Jogging & Running: race, margie, good luck
margie, good luck: Hi Sarah: You have a good running base and have enough time to train properly. When training a long run each weekend helps to build a good base to train for this race. Start by increasing this weekend to 9 km, then next weekend 10k, and so on. The week...

Jogging & Running: re: foot pain, sugar free chocolate, dry roasted peanuts
sugar free chocolate, dry roasted peanuts, chocolate mousse: Hi Carly I think your diet looks real good and healthy.For your breakfast i would add a couple of tablespoons of flaxseed oil and add a banana.For lunch i would add an apple and add almonds,walnuts to your pm snack.For dinner i would add some brown rice 3...

Jogging & Running: reaching a plateau?, stay at home mom, easy jogging
stay at home mom, easy jogging, speed work: Joanne, I don t know what the answer is to your question exactly, but I have some ideas. It sounds to me like you are stuck in a constant rut of the same mileage and same frequency per week, so this causes a plateau for you. The reason is your body becomes...

Jogging & Running: recovery from metatarsal stress fracture, stress fracture, chicago marathon
stress fracture, chicago marathon, new shoes: Hi Kristi To properly respond to your questions i need a lot more info In regards to your situation.My first thought is forget chicago marathon,your not ready.KK course record holder is good friend and trains here all the time.Training for the marathon is...

Jogging & Running: reduce fat, dr sears, renowned researcher
dr sears, renowned researcher, good fats: Hi Shri First thing you should do is have your body fat measured to obtain a base line to work with now and in the future.15 percent would be a good number to shoot for.What you need for all meals is a portion of carbs,protein,good fats.How you design it...

Jogging & Running: regular jugging - knee injury, knee strengthening exercises, yoga instructors
knee strengthening exercises, yoga instructors, newsw: Hi thomas You have a slight case of chonromalicia.I have copied a case history of scott lovell along with some testimonials.It tells you what the problem is and a prescription how to take care of it.Any questions just get in touch. The very best John...

Jogging & Running: return from injury, cross country coach, magical question
cross country coach, magical question, intensity levels: Doug, Sounds like a great team and seems like you do well coaching. This runner obviously has worked out consistently and has kept the main part in tact...the cardiovascular system. After 6 weeks, she may experience a slight adjustment period getting to...

Jogging & Running: return from injury, cross country coach, magical question
cross country coach, magical question, intensity levels: Doug, I m not a true expert in gauging when an athlete should/how return. It sounds like her fitness levels are possibly maintained, but it will be much different for her to get back out on the real ground and the transition to ground-based training begins....

Jogging & Running: the right routine.., lifetime commitment, body time
lifetime commitment, body time, qestions: Kari, 21 days straight is not good. For starters, you have to give your body adequate time to adjust to the pounding it is taking. You body can adapt over time, but not overnight. The 10% rule is a common guideline for how most distance runners increase...

Jogging & Running: how do you run faster, consistent program, time trials
consistent program, time trials, workouts: Hi Felton First thing is a consistent program starting with a foundation of aprox 2to3 months of easy running and then you can get into some strength intervals,hill repeats.200,400,800,1200,2000 repeats.Work into the speed gradually giving your body a chance...

Jogging & Running: If you run will you lose weight?..., burning calories, facial muscles
burning calories, facial muscles, legs and feet: HI LISA IF U POWER WALK IS BETTER THAN RUNNING FOR FEMALES AS THE FACIAL MUSCLES BREAK DOWN FROM IMPACT OF THE LEGS AND FEET. U WILL LOOSE WEIGHT BECAUSE YOUR BURNING CALORIES, BUT IF U CONTINUE TO EAT SWEETS, CARBS, CREAMS, SUGARS, IT WILL BE HARDER TO...

Jogging & Running: runner (beginner), time activity, height weight
time activity, height weight, life time: Hi Kari You just have to be patient,since everybody improves at different rates base on many things such as height weight age diet past history of joging etc etc.What your going threw is normal.I remember very clearly when i started out,and it wasn t pleasant.Your...

Jogging & Running: runner's high, moving to the next level, depressed feelings
moving to the next level, depressed feelings, neccessary changes: Hi Meg There is no time frame.Running is very much like a drug.It produces a great feeling of power and a calm sence of well being.To really get rid of depressed feelings you must look inside and take action in the direction and path you want to travel.Exercise...

Jogging & Running: runner's knee, yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, scott lowell: Hi April You will be fine and enjoy all the activity s you desire in the years ahead.Your body is still young and changing and you will have to keep on top with some rehap work along the way as your career moves forward.I have copied some case history s on...

Jogging & Running: runner's knee, sense dictates, fitness activities
sense dictates, fitness activities, suitable course: If you constantly pound away on the banked angle of a road, you will have one leg off kilter throughout a run. For example, if you run on the right side of a road 2.5 miles out, and then return on the same road, sticking to the right side again on the way...

Jogging & Running: runner's knee, walking up stairs, running sneakers
walking up stairs, running sneakers, rehap: Hi Revel To decide on how much running to do is something you have to decide,since your the only one who understands now how your body is responing to the program and your other activities.Just remember revel that without rest their is no growth and healing...

Jogging & Running: runners knee, runners knee, doctor answer
runners knee, doctor answer, permisson: Hi Katya Don t understand when you say it feels like it is not in place.What is not in place?As far as a doctor,if that is the only way to get excused from cross country then go check it out.Be on guard since many doctors don t no what their doing except...

Jogging & Running: running, brisk walk, easiest thing
brisk walk, easiest thing, punches: Hi Lacy Know what, personally I got my calfs nice and tight by going up and down steps. Also, stand on the end of a step and drop your heels down, then up, do this often daily and many times, it is the best easiest thing to get the fronts of the legs and...

Jogging & Running: running, medium pace, playing basketball
medium pace, playing basketball, degree incline: Dear David Here is a schedule for you. monday thru friday first 3 weeks...30 minutes easy and then add 15 minutes for next 3 weeks. Then Add 2 days after your run where you do 100 s and 200 sprints at a medium pace till you feel you can pick it up. ...

Jogging & Running: running, john h knowles, knowles md
john h knowles, knowles md, fruits and vegetables: Dear Jessica Running will help and trim all parts of the body and the functioning of the heart and respritory system.There isn t much it doesn t help.It is the best anti aging program you can do. As far as starting that would be a program i would recomend.Build...