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Job Hunting Tips: -, typical job search, irishjobs ie
typical job search, irishjobs ie, getting a visa: Luke, You can check the typical job search sites like monster.com; hotjobs.com and put Ireland in the search box. Also, here are some search engines specific to jobs in Ireland for you to try: www.irishjobs.ie/ ;www.recruitireland.com; www.jobfinder.ie/;...

Job Hunting Tips: What is going on with me?, harvard researcher, hidden job market
harvard researcher, hidden job market, open job: I always recommend that a job search rely primarily on personal relationships and only secondarily on replying to advertisements, using headhunters and other traditional methods. The reason is the studies by a Harvard researcher and the U.S. Dept. of Labor...

Joel, Billy: adaptation to song, words of encouragement, columbia records
words of encouragement, columbia records, tillie: Hi Tillie, You can try writing to him here : Billy Joel c/o Columbia Records P.O. Box 4450 New York, NY 10101-4450 Another way is to go to his web site, www.billyjoel.com, and try contacting the webmaster there or using the forum. Hope these help....

Joel, Billy: A song was written about my parents, 25th wedding anniversary, billyjoel
25th wedding anniversary, billyjoel, columbia records: Hi Angela, Other than thru Columbia Records, the only other place I can think of is going to his official website, www.billyjoel.com. Either e-mailing the webmaster there or posting on the forum. I will keep looking to see if I can find anything else. :)...

Joel, Billy: Billy Joe`s first album, cold spring harbor, melodic sound
cold spring harbor, melodic sound, remastering: Hey, Bryan, Billy s first solo album was Cold Spring Harbor , so you were pretty close! I haven t heard Sony s remastering of the album, but boy, it sure needs it! Billy hates it, for that reason - the album, when originally created, was mastered...

Joel, Billy: Billy Joel, history of rock and roll, columbia records
history of rock and roll, columbia records, kait: Hi Pat, I wrote Billy a number of years ago and got an autographed picture. He s with the same record company and this is the address I found. Hope it works out. Billy Joel Columbia Records P.O. Box 4450 New York, NY 10101-4450 Thanks for writing...

Joel, Billy: Billy Joel and country music, cbs sunday morning, country trash
cbs sunday morning, country trash, garth brooks: Hi, It couldn t hurt. Billy s Shameless was country-ish before Garth Brooks got hold of it. You could try writing to Billy in care of his record company. Here you go : Billy Joel c/o Columbia Records P.O. Box 4450 New York, NY 10101-4450 Hope...

Joel, Billy: Billy Joel, freaks and geeks, long hope
freaks and geeks, long hope, glass houses: Hiya, Jerry, I know of one song that Billy sings in French, called C etait Toi (You Were The One) . I m willing to wager that this is the song you re looking for, in that it was released in 1980 on Billy s Glass Houses album. And, as I recall,...

Joel, Billy: Billy joel's management, sony bmg, columbia records
sony bmg, columbia records, address thanks: Hi Mike, I pushed the wrong button to answer your question, so if you get a response that says I was unable to answer, that s why. I haven t given out a phone number before, so I am not sure as to what you meant by that. Instead of calling Columbia,...

Joel, Billy: Contacting Billy Joel for Fundraiser, american cancer society, address thanks
american cancer society, address thanks, columbia records: Hi, The way to contact Billy would be thru his record company. I have gotten autographed pictures in the past from this address, so it is worth a shot. Here you go. Billy Joel Columbia Records P.O. Box 4450 New York, NY 10101-4450 Get back to...

Joel, Billy: contact Billy Joel, fletcher allen health care, fletcher allen health
fletcher allen health care, fletcher allen health, vermont children: Hi Meredith, The best bet to reach Billy would be to contact him through his music label. I got a picture from Billy about 10 years ago from this address. Billy Joel c/o Columbia Records P.O. Box 4450 New York, NY 10101-4450 Hope it works...

Joel, Billy: Email address to contact Billy Joel, e mail address, time billy
e mail address, time billy, columbia records: Hi, I don t know his or if he has an e-mail address. If he did, it would not be known to the public or given out for personal and privacy reasons, as I m sure you understand. You can still write him thru his label as you already mentioned. Billy Joel...

Joel, Billy: Billy Joe`s first album, angry young man, tomorrow is today
Joel, Billy: Billy Joe`s first album, angry young man, tomorrow is today, hearted attempt

Joel, Billy: Contacting Billy Joel for Fundraiser, billy joel
Joel, Billy: Contacting Billy Joel for Fundraiser, billy joel

Joel, Billy: contact Billy Joel, friend troy, susan fitzgerald
Joel, Billy: contact Billy Joel, friend troy, susan fitzgerald, class reunion

Joel, Billy: A few questions about Billy, irish immigrants, matter of trust
irish immigrants, matter of trust, playing the guitar: Hi, About Billy s parents, I am curious as well!. It was rumored that Billy s parents were Irish immigrants, but Billy s father is German. As for his mother?. I have had a time trying to pin that one down myself. But his father was German. Billy...

Joel, Billy: marriage, getting married in vegas, song on cd
getting married in vegas, song on cd, military wedding: Hi, I would say you would have better chances of playing the song on CD. Lol. If you want, you could try writing Billy in care of his music label: Billy Joel Columbia Records P.O. Box 4450 New York, NY 10101-4450 Thanks for writing ...

Joel, Billy: how can you get a personalized picture of billy joel, billy joel fan, columbia records
billy joel fan, columbia records, billy joel: Hi Sue, I wrote to Billy with this address years ago and I got am autogrpahed picture back. It s thru his record company, Columbia, which he is still with. As for the tapes, you could try sending them to the same address, but I can t guarantee what...

Joel, Billy: pianos, steinway pianos, back of my mind
steinway pianos, back of my mind, sebastian: Hi, Sebastian, I m not sure of that answer offhand. In the back of my mind I seem to recall that he plays on Steinway pianos, but that may not be altogether correct. Sorry I don t have a 100% confident answer for you. Sincere regards, Rich...

Joel, Billy: Question about song `Pressure`, nylon curtain, goodnight saigon
nylon curtain, goodnight saigon, life thanks: Hi, Bryan - BJ didn t write this about his personal life. When you look at his Nylon Curtain album, there seems to be a theme throughout (as with the majority of his albums). I ve always Curtain interpreted as an album with a theme of CONFLICT. ...

Joel, Billy: Songs for a musical, personal interest project, italian restaraunt
personal interest project, italian restaraunt, miami 2017: Hi Bianca, Billy has a handful of what you would call story songs , that would fit a play/musical. Piano Man would obviously fit. So would Miami 2017 , Scenes From An Italian Restaraunt , Goodbye Saigon , and even We Didn t Start The Fire . Billy...

Joel, Billy: She's Got a Way, elizabeth thanks, computer trouble
elizabeth thanks, computer trouble, wife elizabeth: Hi Shawn, Sorry I took so long. I had computer trouble. This song was Billy s first single in 1972, although it wasn t a hit. It was re-released off of his live album in 1980-81, and became a smash hit then. I believe the song is about his first wife,...

Jogging & Running: 1.5 mile run, minute rest, mile test
minute rest, mile test, laps: Hi Jason I would do a good warm up and then do 5x 400 meters with a 3 minute rest.Next after a 10 minute rest i would do 12x 200 meters with 1 minute rest.Do these twice a week.One day a week warm up real good and then run 3200 meters,that is 8 laps of the...

Jogging & Running: 10 mile fun run, hal hidgon, jeff galloway
hal hidgon, jeff galloway, preperations: Dear Siwan I would love to work with you and your daughters in your preperations but I do this for a living and would have to charge.If you want to talk about it you can go to my web site for contact info. I wouuld recomend you go to the book store and check...

Jogging & Running: 10K times, tom spencer, strength train
tom spencer, strength train, elliptical machine: Hi Tom You hit the nail on the head tom.The body gets very lazy with the same old workouts.For progress you have to keep changing the stimulation of the musculature and energy systems.You don t have to go crazy,just start adding some 200,400,800,1200 with...

Jogging & Running: 10km, aerobic workout, speed races
aerobic workout, speed races, schdule: Eka, I think that if you continue what you are doing you will be on track to get around 40 minutes in a 10k. What you may try is what is called a Fartlek in your training. You wouldn t do it everyday, but once or twice a week when doing an aerobic workout....

Jogging & Running: 10km, schdule, milling
schdule, milling, four months: Dear eka First their is no way you will run 40 minutes with the 1.5 times you run now. I would say there is no problem for you to race in london but i would not put the presure on.Just enjoy and use that race as a base line to work with in future races....

Jogging & Running: 14 year old girl, side stitches, oxygen consumption
side stitches, oxygen consumption, s sports: Brenda, At your age, you should run for fun and not concentrate on times or distance. If you play other sports you are probably getting enough fitness as is. The body is very intelligent and will automatically adjust its breathing to your activity. Over...

Jogging & Running: 15km run, ymca, shape
ymca, shape, exercise: Sarah Are your working out in a gym also to build muscle and swim and do other things to rest the body yet keep or maintain it. Swim laps, do a different work out at a YMCA or a gym, not real heavy just to maintain. Do not push yourself too much. Build...

Jogging & Running: 1st time running a marathon, sprint triathlon, poor diet
sprint triathlon, poor diet, increasing weight: Dear John At this point in time it looks like your just enjoying your self and doing a lot of fun competitions and don t want to get to serious which is an ok thing and if you want to lift weights or anything else go for it.As far as thoughts i have many...

Jogging & Running: is 2 enough, height ratio, john thanks
height ratio, john thanks, rule of thumb: Marcos Your height is weight fine.There is no average miles for your height weight.It is all based on how long you have been at it.You just have to listen to your body as you increase your milaege.Marcos don t worry about the mileage.Focus your mind on completeing...

Jogging & Running: 2 miles, minute mile pace, minute pace
minute mile pace, minute pace, race pace: My best bet is to aim for your race pace goal , or 8 minute mile pace, and run it on a track to time it precisely. An 8 minute pace would be 30 seconds every 100m, or 2 minutes per lap. See how long you can currently do this for, rest for the same time...

Jogging & Running: 2 miles, time lisa, streching
time lisa, streching, article id: Hi lisa That would be no problem.If you want to follow that program thats ok.I would just recomend you just get out there and ease into it by just doing a run walk program and working up to all running.The most important thing is just make all runs comfortable.You...

Jogging & Running: 1.5 mile run, minute mile pace, turning 50
minute mile pace, turning 50, strength training: Well, I can t tell you what to do, if I don t know what you are already doing, or have been doing. To make any recommendations for a training program for you without knowing these things is rather directionless from my standpoint. You basically have a year...

Jogging & Running: beginner, consistent basis, improvements
consistent basis, improvements, absence: It s normal, because you have had a 25 year absence from running on a consistent basis. So, if you alternate the walking & the running, and gradually increase the running while decreasing the walking over time, you ll end up running just fine. Rick Karbovia...

Jogging & Running: bellys, brittany brittany, cardiovascular exercise
brittany brittany, cardiovascular exercise, body approach: Brittany, To tighten the belly , you need more than just running. You will need not only running (or any other form of cardiovascular exercise), but also a full body approach to strength training (not just the abdominal area alone). Results will vary...

Jogging & Running: breathless, fulls, health history
fulls, health history, half a mile: David, Since I don t know much about your current or past health history, I cannot figure out ideally what s causing you to be breathless, I can only take guesses at it. If you are only jogging for half a mile, that isn t much time spent per workout on jogging....

Jogging & Running: Numbness in shin, nike shocks, shoes nike
Jogging & Running: Numbness in shin, nike shocks, shoes nike, attender

Jogging & Running: gaining too much muscle in thighs from running, gaining muscle, right effort
gaining muscle, right effort, fine tune: Hi Valerie Gaining muscle will happen any time you start exercising,but a certain amount of fat can still exist.There is no set time to produce desired individual results,because the large variation of programs,advise,and the individuals ability to be consistent...

Jogging & Running: HIIT, mistaken assumptions, consistent strength
mistaken assumptions, consistent strength, strength train: Your HIIT won t defeat any fat-burning process. If you are gaining weight after running that much, I m quite surprised by that. 40 miles of running a week should be more than enough to allow you to maintain. So, if you have gained some weight, you must be...

Jogging & Running: Inner Knee Ache, training for a half marathon, stationary bike
training for a half marathon, stationary bike, alignment: Hi Lyci Most all problems are directly related to alignment and tracking,and this is what i see based on your description which could also be the start of a little chondromalica.What i recommend is start including some stationary bike riding a couple of times...

Jogging & Running: jogging time & cross county courses, cross country courses, cross country course
cross country courses, cross country course, exact frequency: Hi Amy, Cross-country courses are typically on most golf courses for HS runners, although there may be some city park or state park trails nearby you for some runs. I don t know where you live, so I obviously can t tell you much on where to look specifically....

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, volume intensity, reducing cholesterol
volume intensity, reducing cholesterol, rolling pin: Well, I have no idea what you do before your runs, but in order to reduce stress on the knees & legs, you need a proper warm-up to aid blood flow before your exercise to your working muscles. Using a rolling pin to gently massage the muscles is a good method...

Jogging & Running: knee soreness, massage device, foam rollers
massage device, foam rollers, words of caution: Megan, As some words of caution, never have 2, back-to-back hard workouts in a row. The body isn t meant to take hard workouts on little rest in-between. I am not a therapist and I can t decipher what is wrong with your knee from what you have described...

Jogging & Running: Learning how to run, wooden rolling pin, high arches
wooden rolling pin, high arches, sporting goods stores: Look into getting a massage stick, frankly called The Stick , as a tool to use in getting your entire lower body more warmed-up and prepared. Stretching beforehand usually isn t the best method to use, and a basic warm-up that most people use, i.e. lightly...

Jogging & Running: Manual treadmills, best exercise for losing weight, manual treadmill
best exercise for losing weight, manual treadmill, sidewalks: Manual ones are better for walking because of the slower speeds of walking. trying to run a manual treadmill will leave you susceptible to injury, not to mention the treadmill becoming worn down very quickly because of the jarring that occurs with running....

Jogging & Running: marathon, marathon time, half marathon
marathon time, half marathon, coach rick: I would aim for a 1/2 marathon distance instead. The reasons why is that if you aren t used to a daily running regimen, the marathon could be out of reach physically for you. A half-marathon would be simpler and easier on your body to prepare for. I also...

Jogging & Running: marathon training, marathon training, eye doc
marathon training, eye doc, milers: I carly I would go with 4 20 milers but also 7 15 to 18 milers.Just spread them all out and run them in control and you will be fine.The two weeks your out from running,i think you could do stationary bike workouts for time and you won t lose much.I would...

Jogging & Running: middle toe clicking, stationary bike, pin point
stationary bike, pin point, workouts: Hi Michelle Can t figure this one.Shoes can cause many problems if there is not enough room for the foot to expand on implant.You could try doing some stationary bike workouts for a while and see if it goes away.I have found over many years and miles that...

Jogging & Running: Numbness in shin, running on a treadmill, workout time
running on a treadmill, workout time, workout routine: If you went from zero miles & no running, to 3 miles per run, there could be some adjustments being made. I don t know what s causing the numbness, as I cannot solve injury problems through this type of Q&A format. I would back off the running to perhaps...

Jogging & Running: new jogger, bone density, bodyweight
bone density, bodyweight, muscle mass: Victoria, What one needs to maintain weight is strength training & cardio exercise, to help build & maintain bone density & muscle mass as one grows older. I can tell you right now that if you set out to do X amount of miles each day, you re going to...

Jogging & Running: new runner, foam rollers, muscle recovery
foam rollers, muscle recovery, good shape: You don t have to run every single day in order to maintain any endurance that s been built up. 3-4 times a week is what is recommended by most coaches & experts on the matter. Even the super-serious will take workout frequency down from 6-7 days/week to...

Jogging & Running: Obese-can I still run 2.4 km in 14 min?, medium pace, cardiovascular fitness
medium pace, cardiovascular fitness, endurance: Hi Sam The key to accomplish that is based on a 6 day week.You want to work your way up to a very confortable easy 45 minutes to build your endurance and reduce the body fat for 3 months.I would recommend after these runs you work your way up to 8 x 200 meters...

Jogging & Running: Running For Burning, swimmer body, minute workout
swimmer body, minute workout, alternation: Solomon, Well, I can tell you that you can easily do a jog/sprint alternation workout on the treadmill for 2-3 miles, although you might be good enough with 1.5 to 2 miles of it when you re done. A jog/sprint alternation workout is alternating jogging &...

Jogging & Running: Running on the Spot, kettlebell swing, heart rate zones
kettlebell swing, heart rate zones, target stores: Sue, It s hard to say how beneficial jogging in place with weights is. I m assuming they were 1-2 pound weights, but even then, over time, that weight could cause some issues in the shoulders & arms. As a substitute, I d recommend looking into the kettlebell...

Jogging & Running: Running, weightlifting and age, bench press, half marathon
bench press, half marathon, consistent commitment: Hi Kim Your 136 half does tell a nice story and does indicate it would be in your grasp if you could handle and wanted to explore the upper limits of a program with consistent commitment to the end result.The only way you could really get a feel for sub 3hr...

Jogging & Running: running shoes, champion c9, toned models
champion c9, toned models, customized shoes: Jasleen, I d take your shoes back if they are so uncomfortable. I m not a shoe expert, but depending on your mileage, the lighter the shoe & more flexible it is, the better it seems to feel for me and my past runners I ve coached. Since you are training...

Jogging & Running: Treadmills /Jogging /Knees, cardiovascular exercises, gym facility
cardiovascular exercises, gym facility, anti inflammatory medication: I m not sure where you went wrong because I have no idea what you were doing, in the whole realm of things, to begin with. I don t know how long your sessions where, what intensities they were at, or how frequently you did them. All that could be part of...

Jogging & Running: tapering before a marathon, la marathon, marathon training
la marathon, marathon training, conservative approach: On most things I see for marathon training, the 20 mile mark is well-enough to get you prepared to finish a marathon. However, with your daily mileage being 10-12, I imagine you could go longer if you wanted to. I think 20 miles is at-best a conservative...

Jogging & Running: 5K improvement--high school girls, high school girls, school tennis
high school girls, school tennis, multiple sports: A typical improvement doesn t exist, really. Why? Because there are too many factors involved with improving an athlete who plays multiple sports. My suggestion is that if she is focusing on tennis, a 5K improvement shouldn t be the main goal, improving...

Jogging & Running: Ankle pain, best shoes, ankle pain
best shoes, ankle pain, specialty store: Hi, Amy I m sorry to hear about your ankle pain. This can be a tricky one because it could be a slight injury, or it could be from running form and/or your shoes. So, I think that staying off of it for a week is a great place to start. Then, take...

Jogging & Running: breaking a 7 minute mile?, extreme difficulty, minute goal
extreme difficulty, minute goal, short of breath: Evan, The best way to ensure that you are running at the ideal pace is to maintain even splits throughout the race. If you re splits look something like this...1:30, 1:45, 1:55, 2:05...then you can run faster, no doubt. You re goal should be to run each...

Jogging & Running: cross country high school, orthpedic, quality nutrition
orthpedic, quality nutrition, junk foods: I can t fully factor in why your knee is injured, but over-training is very common in running, which can cause injury as a result. If your knee is still injured in the near future, you will have to take the rest your body needs. You can t force an injury...

Jogging & Running: fibula bruising, fibula
Jogging & Running: fibula bruising, fibula

Jogging & Running: Side of Foot pain that started a couple days after long run, cuboid bone, racing flats
Jogging & Running: Side of Foot pain that started a couple days after long run, cuboid bone, racing flats, chiropractor

Jogging & Running: sore arches, arches, gravity
Jogging & Running: sore arches, arches, gravity, toes

Jogging & Running: Use of Creatine and jogging, foot numbness, creatine
Jogging & Running: Use of Creatine and jogging, foot numbness, creatine, doing research

Jogging & Running: too fat to run, long distance runners, marathon runners
long distance runners, marathon runners, running training: Hi, Chanelle I think you made a great decision, as long as this group is teaching you to run. There will be some aches and pains at first, but that is to be expected because of your weight. However, there are a whole group of marathon runners and long...

Jogging & Running: fibula bruising, beginner runner, fibula bone
beginner runner, fibula bone, general location: Leyna, This is a tough question and in my opinion requires a visit to a sports-minded PT. Are you sure about the exact location being the fibula? The most common injury in runners in this general location is irritatiion of the IT band, but bruising is...

Jogging & Running: Hip pain, core work, hip pain
core work, hip pain, leg extensions: Hi Larry First thing any number of things could cause your hip situation.All injuries can be traced back to when it started with 98% accuracy if you think hard when you first started feeling it and what you might of done.The real answer to injuries is they...

Jogging & Running: half marathon training, marathon training, half marathon
marathon training, half marathon, question thanks: Well yes, training longer. But you don t need to do it 2 weeks before your race. It isn t going to help. You need a time period of a few months of good distance training without tapering for races to actually benefit from those long runs. Just a long run 2...

Jogging & Running: heart concerns, treadmill stress test, first half marathon
treadmill stress test, first half marathon, signs of heart disease: Hi Bill, Alot of questions here. I ll do my best to answer each one. First, the fact that you need to walk once or twice during your runs suggests that you may be running a little too hard. If you slowed these runs down just a hair, would you still...

Jogging & Running: Ignorant Injury..., tension level, tennis shoes
tension level, tennis shoes, running shoes: Hi Andrew First you have to have a great deal of patience.I was out 8 months years ago with chondromalacia and rehabbed it myself.I would not use a brace.Based on what your telling me on the biking it seems to be working.You just have to relax and give it...

Jogging & Running: Incline running vs 'flat' running, cardiovascular endurance, calorie burning exercise
cardiovascular endurance, calorie burning exercise, leg muscles: Well, your friend here, he s probably conditioning at a higher level, in which case it would help him. But he is wrong about you. Running is THE best calorie burning exercise, and running at an inclination isn t going to burn more calories. I would think it...

Jogging & Running: Jogging in the mornings, warm ups, gym class
warm ups, gym class, rec center: Good. If getting in shape is your goal, forget about what I said about the sprints. First you need to lose weight, I didn t know that. So for your morning jog, I d fit in as much steady running time as possible if I were you. Your goal is to lose weight,...

Jogging & Running: Jogging program, jogging program, recreation programs
jogging program, recreation programs, running times: You might want to look into a jogging/walking interval program, so it starts out with spurts of running, instead of a constant jarring on the body with a continuous run, with people who may not be used to doing it frequently, or ever. Start out with walking...

Jogging & Running: jogging, american lung association, rate of perceived exertion
american lung association, rate of perceived exertion, exercise induced asthma: Hi, Laura Congratulations on losing 32 pounds! That s awesome! Now, for the breathing problem. There could be a couple of things going on. The first, and simplest explanation is that you could just be running too hard. If you want a simple test, you...

Jogging & Running: jogging and weight loss, calorie intake per day, jogging and weight loss
calorie intake per day, jogging and weight loss, calories per day: Hi, Jackie First, your friend is definitely not eating enough for her activity level. Not even a sedentary person should go below 1200 calories per day. She needs to be up near 2000 calories or so. That may help lose the 5 lbs, but those last few are...

Jogging & Running: Knee and Calf Pain, salt baths, fleshy area
salt baths, fleshy area, calf pain: Hi Jim First i would do no running till the marathon and just go for walks.I really don t think the massage is going to help at all.The damage is done.You just have to let it heal.You can add some epson salt baths for the next 4 days,but not past monday.Put...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, walking up stairs, workout schedule
walking up stairs, workout schedule, scott lowell: Hi Marc Most all injuries are directly related to tracking and alignment,and in the course of our life and activities many situations arise.The key is to treat the cause.It appears to me you have have a few things happening such as patellar tendonitis,little...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, quadriceps muscles, walking up stairs
quadriceps muscles, walking up stairs, soft surfaces: Marc, Based on your description, it sounds like chondromalacia or runner s knee , which is basically cartilage irritation. In general, you should ice your knee for 20 minutes at least once a day, and up to 3-4 times, when it is irritated. I would also...

Jogging & Running: Knees Problem, connective tissues, chondromalacia
connective tissues, chondromalacia, great sport: Hi Din You didn t mention how long you have been running or how often which can play a real factor in some of the things your experiencing.Squash is a great sport, but the actions of the sport on the knees overtime can play havoc on alignment and the tracking.You...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, first half marathon, stationary bike
first half marathon, stationary bike, knee pain: Hi Billy It is obvious that the race took a lot out of your musculature,but doesn t seem very serious as long as you give it time to heal.I would not run for 3 weeks and i would use a stationary bike to maintain your fitness level.This would also be good...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, case histories, scott lowell
case histories, scott lowell, chondromalacia: Hi Bertram I think you have a slight case of chondromalacia.Here is my recommendation.Stop with what is causing your situation and get into rehabbing your knees.I have put together and copied some case histories with testimonials and prescription to take...

Jogging & Running: knee soreness, prevention exercises, knee soreness
prevention exercises, knee soreness, foam roller: Hi Steven I don t no anything about your training,but what i see based on your description is a weakness in that area and that you are not recovering from workouts etc.The foam roller is just a temporary fix.What you have to do is treat the cause which is...

Jogging & Running: Leg cramping, core problems, previous condition
core problems, previous condition, leg extensions: Hi Jonathan It appears to me that you have some alignment and weak core problems and your pelvis is rotating causing these problems.I would recommend to start really working hard on a lot of ab work, back extensions,abductor adductors,leg extensions and curls.some...

Jogging & Running: marathon running, marathons, height weight
marathons, height weight, marathon: Hi Jeff With out knowing your bio,height, weight, age, your times etc and past and present training,miles per week,long runs,etc and length of build up for your marathons it is very hard to advise properly.I will say that what you are experiencing is very...

Jogging & Running: numb fingers when running, numb fingers, definite diagnosis
numb fingers, definite diagnosis, ring fingers: Lacey, Is this condition brought on by cold weather? If yes, then I would consider raynaud s syndrome, would recommend seeing a doctor on this one. If symptoms come on regardless of temperature, then I will say that it happens in a few people that I...

Jogging & Running: Pain behind knee when idle, sports trainer, left knee
sports trainer, left knee, physical therapist: Hi, Kelly To be honest, I m not sure what might be going on with your knee. However, make sure to see a doctor, physical therapist, or sports trainer for more insight as to what could be going on with your knee and such. Until you can see a professional,...

Jogging & Running: posterior shin splints, posterior shin splints, stress fracture
posterior shin splints, stress fracture, right shoes: richard, an accurate diagnosis will require some sort of imaging....there are pros and cons to each. x-rays are most common, but are only useful if you ve had the injury for at least 2-3 weeks.....any less than that and the x-ray does not have the sensitivity...

Jogging & Running: proper jogging, major muscles, seventeen years
major muscles, seventeen years, personal decision: Hi, Paige Well, you ve got a couple of questions for me here. Let s see what I can do for you. Listening to music while you run is a completely personal decision. Also, you have to be mindful of your surroundings. So, depending on where you re running,...

Jogging & Running: Respectable time for marathon, music city marathon, isnt alot
music city marathon, isnt alot, elite runner: Hi Brian, I ll be the first to say that any marathon finish, regardless of time, should be viewed as a great accomplishment given your circumstances. To answer your question, I will give you some rough guidelines: 2:30 or under = Elite runner 2:30-3:00...

Jogging & Running: Running, stomach cramping, long distances
stomach cramping, long distances, nausea: Hi, Pat As strange as it may seem, it could be the water. I ve done the early morning runs (especially on race days), but water is something my stomach cannot tolerate early in the morning. For me, it will cause stomach cramping. Now, if it s a race...

Jogging & Running: Running getting a bad rap?, hiit training, speed workout
hiit training, speed workout, cross country teams: Kieran, I am part of the short & fast movement with running. I used to go by the long & slow, traditional methods of running (the 30-60 minutes/run methods), and ran into the same issues you have: the fat loss just seems to stagnate & stop, and the fitness...

Jogging & Running: Running Technique, smooth light, treadmill
smooth light, treadmill, runners: Hi Travis I know what there trying to say,but they really don t understand the subject.We all are gifted by our genetic make up from the guy up above,but what you do with it is your choice and the direction you want to take it.Running smooth light with a...

Jogging & Running: return to jgging after injury, stress fracture, shin splint
stress fracture, shin splint, running to lose weight: Hi, Mary Welcome to the running world! I haven t even done a marathon yet, but I know how it feels to have people tell you it can t be done. I ve also been done in by shin splints before. That usually is a sign of over training. Meaning you may be...

Jogging & Running: running in dry, hot weather; after diet, bad eating habits, half marathon
bad eating habits, half marathon, balanced diet: Hi, Natalie After finishing a detox, you will want to ease back into your physical activity. So, make your runs shorter and easier as you transition back to a full, balanced diet. You should be fine after a couple of weeks, but make absolutely sure...

Jogging & Running: running schedule, weight lifter, mile intervals
weight lifter, mile intervals, army test: I don t know your times at 5,000 feet, so I can t tell you. But as you probably see, your times will drop drastically if you are training intensely at that height. If you feel like you have improved alot, take a day or two off and then go run a 2 miler. See...

Jogging & Running: running schedule, mile time trial, weight lifter
mile time trial, weight lifter, track workout: Hi Eric First it is not going to be easy for lack up time and your body to absorb the training.The first thing i would do is a 2 mile time trial to give yourself a base line so you know right what you need to do and can get a sense of your progress as you...

Jogging & Running: running schedule, weight lifter, army test
weight lifter, army test, speedwork: Hi, Eric If you can run the distance without walking, I think you should continue to do that. It sounds like you need to work on your speed. Although I m not entirely sure how much time you can shave off in 2 months, I would keep the weight training...

Jogging & Running: running/walking shoes, college football player, long walks
college football player, long walks, walking shoes: Hi Guy Just any comfortable running shoe such as nike,addidas,new balance,assics,saccony,Mizuno.To fix those knees i would strongly urge you to start some rehabbing.I would recommend stationary biking to correct any alignment and tracking and possible some...

Jogging & Running: Side of Foot pain that started a couple days after long run, uneven surfaces, park path
uneven surfaces, park path, ups and downs: Erica, I m still going with peroneal tendonitis. Treat it gently. It is obviously not healed yet. Even though its getting better, if you start training again as if nothing happened, it could bring you back to square one pretty quickly. The bottom line...

Jogging & Running: Swollen Knee and Sore Back - Injury, swollen knee, excersise
swollen knee, excersise, knee problems: Hi, Tom I can definitely feel your pain (literally) as I have knee problems for 10 years and back pain for the past 2 years. However, what you re describing is too severe for me to say what has happened and if it was, indeed, the run. For that, you...

Jogging & Running: sore ankles/knees, john dehart, sore ankles
john dehart, sore ankles, sore knees: Hi John The most important thing you have to do in making a comeback and correcting any problems along the way is a great,great,great,great deal of patience.Work this program and also get into some real good core work.Any other questions just get in touch...

Jogging & Running: sore arches, sore arches, calf muscles
sore arches, calf muscles, asics trainers: Hi, Sandra You may want to include new insoles in your shoes to ensure that your arches are receiving the proper support. Make sure you get those from a running specialty store since they ll best be able to figure out what you need. Also, be sure to...

Jogging & Running: training, becoming a police officer, minute rest
becoming a police officer, minute rest, elliptical trainer: Chris, my first recommendation is to lose weight. Generally speaking, for every pound a person loses, pace gets faster by 2 seconds a mile. So, for example, a 30 pound drop in weight would result in a 1.5 minute faster run over 1.5 miles. The second item...

Jogging & Running: Use of Creatine and jogging, foot numbness, numb feet
foot numbness, numb feet, shoelaces: Hello, That s an interesting question. There have been no reports of numb feet directly related to creatinine use. Have you gained much weight since you ve been taking it? Extra weight could put more pressure on your nerves. Also, you are retaining...

Jogging & Running: Vomiting & hard-intensity exercise, olympic sprinters, intensity exercise
olympic sprinters, intensity exercise, common myth: I know of no main publications on the issue, but with my real-world experience of training track, cross-country, and other athletes, I feel that there s some kind of fight-or-flight response of the body when such high intensities are hit. This response may...

Jogging & Running: weight loss, lean muscle mass, strength training
lean muscle mass, strength training, miles per hour: Xiao, I can t tell you how long it will get for you to get to running 6 miles per hour for an hour each day. However, what I do want you to do is to make sure that you are not overtraining in your efforts to lose weight. Running is an excellent...

Jogging & Running: weight loss running, lean muscle mass, stress fracture
lean muscle mass, stress fracture, running to lose weight: Hi, Richard When I first look at your training, it looks like you re doing too much too soon. While running is great for weight loss, you still have to remember that normal weight loss is still 1-2 pounds per week. I don t really see a reason for...

Jogging & Running: Calorie needs for training runner, training for a half marathon, 1400 calorie meal plan
training for a half marathon, 1400 calorie meal plan, weight train: Hi Brandy Your weight loss is going well and as long as your able to stay healthy and staying away from injury i think your fine at your present situation.If you listen to your body carefully day to day it will tell you if you need a little increase just...

Jogging & Running: Chrondomalacia Patella, champion sprinter, strenght training
champion sprinter, strenght training, cartliage: Hi Brian Treating the symptoms which leads to correcting the cause is the way to go since your description tells me you do have some chondromalacia working.Whether it is maltracking i can t tell with out some quanatitative imput from you.In most cases especially...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, leg exercises, exercise routines
Jogging & Running: knee pain, leg exercises, exercise routines, good advise

Jogging & Running: returning to running, pre pregnancy, half marathon
Jogging & Running: returning to running, pre pregnancy, half marathon, long distances

Jogging & Running: HIIT, hubby watches, weight exercise
hubby watches, weight exercise, hiit: Hi Sue If you prefer to run indoors then that is what you should do.Don t worry about programs,there not necessary to get a good solid workout.Hiit training is nothing new,athletes have been running intervals for over a 100years.When you run fast your energy...

Jogging & Running: help knee pain, joining army, type of stress, joining the army
type of stress, joining the army, shearing forces: Hi Orr You are correct about your situation.Chondromalacia is the problem.Unfortunately with only a week or so before you report to the army there is not much you can do at this time.The program i use with incredible success takes time which you don t have.I...

Jogging & Running: hip pain, iliac crest, guy answer
iliac crest, guy answer, sorry for the confusion: Guy, Based on your description, it sounds like trochanteric bursitis OR inflammation of the tensor fascia latae......often times these injuries occur simultaneously. Regardless of what the exact injury location is, treatment is the same. Of course, to...

Jogging & Running: interval training, lactate threshold, vo2 max
lactate threshold, vo2 max, interval training: Okay, I guess if you really want to.... For intervals, you really need to figure out what type of session works for you. I can give you a general body, and let you put in the numbers and distances based on what you can and can t do. But remember, if it s...

Jogging & Running: jogging, cross country runner, hard concrete
cross country runner, hard concrete, yoga classes: Keep it up, sounds like you are getting a little bit of a runners high; you obviously are doing something wrong though. When your body tells you to stop, it means stop. Dehydration is dehydration, nothing more. Water is not your problem. Your problem is...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain (lower medial side) while running, patella syndrome, lateral motion
patella syndrome, lateral motion, knee cap: Hi Meg It appears to me it came from when you banged it rock climbing and it just didn t recover.It very likely could be a bursa based on your description.The best thing is to google bursa for explanation and treatment.I would not run and just ride stationary...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, leg curls, scott lowell
leg curls, scott lowell, chondromalacia: Hi Steve Soccer is very tough on the knees do to the extreme on going moves with the tracking and alignment.I really don t think there is anything else,but the only thing you could do to fine out is a mri.I personally would not do it until i have exhausted...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, knee caps, marathon training
knee caps, marathon training, yoga instructors: Hi Mark Not a problem with questions.The biking is is not going to do any further damage.The most important thing with stationary biking is the right tension where your not putting to much excessive tension on it,but higher revs.Leg extensions and curls are...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, collateral ligament, added insight
collateral ligament, added insight, scott lowell: Hi Andrea First i m a little confused as to whether or not your still running or have you shifted to biking totally.You mentioned your gait as to running.Are you running also?With knee problems and biking you don t want a heavy resistance,you want higher...

Jogging & Running: Max Heart Rate, max heart rate, heart rate monitor
max heart rate, heart rate monitor, resting heart rate: hey ryan, no worries here. you ll see that there are formulas like 220-age....or 205-1/2 your age...to predict max heart rate. These are accurate to within +/-15 beats. So...yours is between 185-215, quite a wide range. There is no problem running at...

Jogging & Running: Muscle fatigue while training, training for a half marathon, muscle fatigue
training for a half marathon, muscle fatigue, jump roping: I guess I m going to answer and criticize more than what you asked, but I can t help but note on two problems that have caused you to feel in crappy condition before race day. The first is over training. The second is not keeping yourself active on your...

Jogging & Running: nausea, long distances, intensive training
long distances, intensive training, high risk: Hi Crystal, It sounds like you re trying to do too much, too soon. If your long run is now 10 miles, I have similar concerns about a full 26 in January. I believe that you are at very high risk for injury and the nausea is probably the result of intensive...

Jogging & Running: PAINFUL KNEES, training for a half marathon, painful knees
training for a half marathon, painful knees, light jogging: Congrats on starting running. When you first start out running, this is necessary. You will feel muscle pain. Right now, you aren t injured. You don t need ice, you don t need heat. You need rest. A little liniment oil from HEB (comes in a little orange box...

Jogging & Running: pace, speed workouts, speed workout
speed workouts, speed workout, easy jogging: Hi Jill Yes you should drop the triathlon training and weights till the 5k.I would say chopping 2 min off is going to be a little of a stretch.I wouldn t worry about the time and just focus on maxing out the next 4 weeks of training.Your not going to improve...

Jogging & Running: Running Injury, philadelphia half marathon, running injury
philadelphia half marathon, running injury, pain discomfort: Hi Steve You have a number of things that are hard to diagnose and pin point without more questions from me.Is it possible for you to call me about this to go over the situation.My number is on my web site.If not i will try to get more clarity with the email...

Jogging & Running: returning to running, aerobic exercises, half marathon
aerobic exercises, half marathon, injury risk: Aimee, You can begin running again, no problem. However, I would avoid long or intensive workouts, primarily because of the greater laxity in your joints...injury risk would be extremely high. My recommendation is to begin a regular, easy program of jogging...

Jogging & Running: running, red line, success story
red line, success story, gloria: Hi Gloria There is no red line for excessive in training regardless of age.Your training is a progressive situation which you own up or down how you feel and when you want it to happen and how long in duration.Running provides the most incredible benefits...

Jogging & Running: any tips?, breakfast lunch dinner, cross country season
breakfast lunch dinner, cross country season, nutrition program: Hi Alex The most important thing you can do to prepare your body for next years cross country season is get outside as often as you can and just run easy very relaxed and just gradually increase increase the time your out there over the weeks and months.I...

Jogging & Running: training modification, stress fracture, salt baths
stress fracture, salt baths, shin pain: Hi Natalie The shin pain i m quite sure is shin splints which in time with a lot of icing after your runs and as often as you can and adding 500mg vit c to your 3 meals a day will subside in time.An alternative training tool that i recommend and have used...

Jogging & Running: unilateral iliac crest pain, iliac crest pain, tensor fascia lata
iliac crest pain, tensor fascia lata, lateral portion: Hi Ann, My take on this is a strain of the quadratus lumborum muscle. Most commonly, this injury is the result of a chronic imbalance in weight bearing between the left and right hips. This can be due to either weak hip abductors (most common), leg length...

Jogging & Running: Wanna train myself for best stamina in running, stamina, expert advice
stamina, expert advice, flexibility: Woah. Okay, those are some pretty broad questions. How about you give me a little more informaton. What kind of distance are you training for? What level are you on, as far as times? How much running are you doing now/are willing to do? Lets get a little more...

Jogging & Running: Workout Routine, speed workouts, routine question
speed workouts, routine question, balanced diet: Hi Garret I would recommend a 6 day schedule of training with 2 speed workouts and 1 long run of 3 times the length of your easy days and the other 3 days just run easy.Below is how it would look.I ll put it in minutes which is much easier to work with.You...

Jogging & Running: Workout Routine, exercise strategy, workout guide
exercise strategy, workout guide, free workout: There is no one routine that is the best. I also just can t give you a program out of thin air without knowing a lot about you. However, I do offer a free workout guide at http://budgetworkout.com that gives some tips. It offers some basic advice on starting...

Jogging & Running: 200mm, 33mm run/vomiting, john dehart, diane duffy
john dehart, diane duffy, cheese sandwich: Hi Diane First would it be possible for you to call me about this.If not i will do the email route.The reason is i can cover it in more detail and the info in more clarity.My number here in albuquerque nm is 505 271 5909.Her situation can be corrected and...

Jogging & Running: Aching knee., trail marathon, dull ache
trail marathon, dull ache, biking home: Hi Jon You definitely have chondromalacia and need to correct it before it gets worse.The biking your doing is fine ,but i would add stationary biking for the the rehabbing and give up the the running for a while till you can eliminate the situation.I have...

Jogging & Running: Better performance, strength endurance, interval training
strength endurance, interval training, 10k races: Hi Daniel First thing Daniel is to maximize your times you have to spend approximate 6 months to one year to establish a foundation of developing the science of building and developing the Mitochondrial.This is the the total foundation of speed,strength,endurance...

Jogging & Running: Better running times, interval training, weight train
interval training, weight train, 10k runs: I think you aren t running as much distance as you need to. I think if you kicked up your mileage you d see better results. And you need to break down the 10k. Focus on the distance. It s twice a 5K, so to start improving on your 10K time, you need to...

Jogging & Running: clicking behind my knee and pain in front of my ankle, salt baths, vit c
salt baths, vit c, shin splints: Hi Allison Over time you have developed some tracking and alignment situations which are now surfacing from years of inactivity.For your knee issue i recommend you do some stationary biking a few times a week to take care of that.As far as your ankle you...

Jogging & Running: HIIT help, hubby watches, weight exercise
hubby watches, weight exercise, helpfulness: Hi Yuliane It takes time for your body to absorb the training as you increase the workload.As time goes on you have to keep increasing the workload in minutes or speed to produce a more desired result.And yes your body has got accustom to that level.Perhaps...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, body time, knee ankle
body time, knee ankle, overuse injuries: Well, to me it doesn t sound like a problem for a doctor. I just read three different parts of your body that seem to be taking hard blows, and all a doctor could do is to tell you what you already know: running is causing this to happen to each of them, and...

Jogging & Running: Jogging Schedule, rest days, rest time
rest days, rest time, consecutive days: I don t think peaking is how you get a runners high. It seems like you are toying with your training a bit too much! A runners high is, if you get it, a really normal thing. You don t need a magical potion to get it. Some get it, others don t. But nevertheless,...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, marathon training group, half marathon training
marathon training group, half marathon training, extensor tendonitis: Hi Suly You are developing a case of chondromalacia base on all the symptoms and your description.You have to address and correct the cause now or you will have a lot more problems on going.Your use of a knee strap and fiddling with your laces is useless.You...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, medium tension, alignment problems
medium tension, alignment problems, rollerderby: Hi Sarah Your fall created some tracking and alignment problems.First i would no roller derby until you rehab it.The best prescription for that is a stationary bike 30 to 40 minutes 4 to 5 times a week with a medium tension and high rpm aprox 90.The most...

Jogging & Running: Leg fatigue, leg fatigue, t training
leg fatigue, t training, short of breath: Well let me throw a few things at you for consideration. If you are only up to 9 miles on your long runs, you shouldn t expect to whiz thru the tri. Your legs feeling all locked up is PERFECTLY natural. After biking, your legs are already extremely fatigued,...

Jogging & Running: Long distance ease of recovery, long distance run, heavy legs
long distance run, heavy legs, joining the army: I think you may be running more than you need to for the Army. Doing a marathon s distance alone each week can be torture on the body. The typical military running tests are only 1.5 to 3 miles long, so there is no need to really go much farther than that...

Jogging & Running: Mystery knee pain. I am truely baffled. Please help!, knee cap, shin splints
knee cap, shin splints, left knee: Hi Aaron Your description tells me you have a case of chondromalacia and can be corrected without seeing a doctor.I have helped many many individuals and i was my first client years ago.If you have a great deal of patience and consistent workout ethic you...

Jogging & Running: Outer knee (IT band) and Below knee pain, mizuno wave nirvana, leg muscles
mizuno wave nirvana, leg muscles, shin pain: Hi Murali First thing is all your problems are directly related to trying to accomplish to much to quickly.The only thing you need to do is relax and enjoy the process of getting healthy and giving your body a chance to catch up with your desire.Forget about...

Jogging & Running: Runne & vomiting, diane duffy, vomiting center
diane duffy, vomiting center, wheat thins: Hi Diane It is two things.The first is the diet and when she eats before the race.That egg and cheese on a english muffin with wheat thins was the culprit,and you have to allow 31/2 to 4hrs before race.You don t want to eat any heavy protein sources.Second...

Jogging & Running: Running, fractured knee, wondering what type
fractured knee, wondering what type, muscle soreness: Hey, Just take it slow. It always takes time to get back into shape. And not only to get to where you can run for a long time without stopping, but it will more time to get your muscles in tune so they aren t sore after a workout. If they are getting sore...

Jogging & Running: Running issues, jump roping, rest day
jump roping, rest day, electrolytes: I know this feeling. Not out of breath, nothing hurting, but you just don t have the endurance you used to. There is nothing wrong with how you re feeling. You re just going to have to keep working it. Go run that two miles, it may be rough, but soon it...

Jogging & Running: Running shoes, running shoes, nature trails
running shoes, nature trails, tendons: I can t exactly give you a shoe; there are so many things to consider. Look, weight, cost, cushion amount.... You ll need to look at some shoes to determine the amount of cushion that you want. Just remember, the best way to train is with MINIMAL cushion,...

Jogging & Running: rUNNING to lose weight, vision of victory, minute mile pace
vision of victory, minute mile pace, balanced meal plan: Hi Chris Number one is the way to go,But just remember that you only burn 100 calories per mile and there for a properly balanced meal plan is critical for long term success with a great great deal of patience and a vision of victory in your commitment. ...

Jogging & Running: run time, staying in shape, pt test
staying in shape, pt test, army base: So you are two minutes away now. I think you ll be able to drop off at least a minute, although I don t have alot of experience with altitude training. It looks good for you though. Running for something you need to like a race, or in your case, 19 minutes...

Jogging & Running: Getting in Shape and Healthy, quality answer, getting in shape
quality answer, getting in shape, two and a half years: Hey Jake In my two and a half years of voluntary service i have never experienced such a direct and informative to the point question to get great answers for future growth.Thanks for that.To give you the highest quality of information and make sure it comes...

Jogging & Running: Sore knee from running, sore knee, exersize
sore knee, exersize, playing tennis: Hi Derek Most injuries are directly related to alignment and tracking,and the best tool which produces great results is a stationary bike 3 to 4 times a week with med tension and high rev 90rpm.Stay off all meds,they just mask the situation.Ice is good.You...

Jogging & Running: My schedule, baris, unal
baris, unal, many thanks: I think it sounds great! The more the merrier, right? If you were a serious runner, then I would say the ten minutes of warm up jogging is no good, but your mileage isn t high enough to worry about tiring before the workout. Stretching before a workout IS...

Jogging & Running: severe calf pain, not cramps, severe calf pain, new shoes
severe calf pain, new shoes, proper evaluation: Hi Cynthia To give you a proper evaluation of your situation i need a complete BIO of your height weight age present and past training and then i can give you my prescription to resolve your situation for good. All the very best Cynthia John www.rentacoachinternational.co...

Jogging & Running: Belly Fat, high intensity interval training, eating junk food
high intensity interval training, eating junk food, strict regimen: Jared, I feel high intensity interval training plus a moderate amount of strength training will be your best route. High intensity interval training is superior to the traditional, steady-state exercise routines of the past. Your 4 miles/day, 5 days a week...

Jogging & Running: Buckling knee, strange occurrence, lower extremities
strange occurrence, lower extremities, little trouble: Hi Andrea This situation can occur but not always and varies depending on the individuals fitness level.When you push real hard right to the end of an interval workout or race,most all the blood is pooled in the lower extremities and when you stop quickly...

Jogging & Running: Sore Knee, knee pain
Jogging & Running: Sore Knee, knee pain

Jogging & Running: Half Marathon, training for a half marathon, lactic threshold
training for a half marathon, lactic threshold, fartlek: Craig, You will have to run about 30 seconds per mile faster than you do now. Running everyday is obviously better for training, and you should try to incorporate some hills or fartlek into your runs. This will increase your lactic threshold and provide...

Jogging & Running: Hip/Back Issues, exact situation, core work
exact situation, core work, dull pain: Hi Stefanie Most all problems are directly related to alignment and tracking.This is something that takes time to correct.There is not one specific exercise or stretch etc.that will take care of it.You have to get into rebalancing the body with a good all...

Jogging & Running: heart rate, exertion scale, normal heart rate
exertion scale, normal heart rate, target zones: I generally don t use or recommend heart rate charts to go by for exercise exertion, because they vary so much in their formulas in figuring out target zones . Even for myself in the past, I would see charts that would have me top out at 165, when a 5K...

Jogging & Running: Internal organs, poor digestion, internal organs
poor digestion, internal organs, junk foods: Hi Bud I don t no of any specific studies,but there is tons of information on the health benefits of running including your friends situations.I personally would reccommend running to eliptical.Make sure he stays well hydrated all day for the gallstones....

Jogging & Running: interval training versus same pace., benefits of interval training, interval workouts
benefits of interval training, interval workouts, marathon runners: Interval training is again your answer. Not only is it superior for weight loss, but it improves endurance levels moreso than traditional just run longer programming that you see out there. I for one have enjoyed the benefits of interval training for over...

Jogging & Running: Jogging - weight loss, healthy diet, getting fit
healthy diet, getting fit, height weight: Candace, What do you call a healthy diet? Also, you should run atleast 5 days a week....the more the better if you are serious about losing weight and getting fit. Working out 1 day and taking three days off just won t cut it. What is your height, weight,...

Jogging & Running: me jogging, phy ed, interval training
phy ed, interval training, strength coach: Dave, Sorry, but I don t give advice to many teenagers who are seeking programs through this service. I do try to clear up a few things if I see fit to do so. I can tell you right away that jogging alone won t get rid of the belly fat to get you a six-pack...

Jogging & Running: Knee Problem, biceps femoris muscle, connective tissues
biceps femoris muscle, connective tissues, marathon runner: Hi Steve Most all running injuries are directly related to alignment and tracking,and the stress of running on the musculoskeletal system with all the various workouts and different terrains needed to perform at the highest levels will take its toll.It is...

Jogging & Running: knee pain - elliptical, leg strengthening exercises, knee cap
leg strengthening exercises, knee cap, vit c: Hi Amorette First don t take any meds,they just mask the discomfort your trying correct.Yes to bike strengthing and vit c.500 mg with 3 meals a day.The bike is the best tool for the knee.Do not use the elliptical.it does nothing for knee rehabb.The most important...

Jogging & Running: knee problem, vit c, knee problem
vit c, knee problem, stationary bike: Hi Nicki I would ask your doctor what his thoughts on alternatives you could do.I think stationary bike and running in the pool if you have access.I would add 500mg vit.c to your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery.Any other questions just get in touch. ...

Jogging & Running: Lower right side of back is cramping while I run..., cramp, treadmill
cramp, treadmill, treadmills: Trey, Believe it or not, treadmills use different muscles and change your running form. You are likely used to treadmill running now, and when you run on the road, with different stress and form, your back hurts. Try running on the road more. Rya...

Jogging & Running: How long to run for weight loss?, low fat diet, couple hours
low fat diet, couple hours, sodas: If your goal is to lose weight, you need to focus on time. Longer slower running is better for you. Try to run at least 5 days a week, and of course wathc your diet. Stay away from sugar (sodas, sweets, etc) and eat salads, fruit, chicken ( not fried!). Ideally...

Jogging & Running: marathon training, marathon training, energy gels
marathon training, energy gels, electrolyte: Hi Carly Stick with upper body.Stick with water for long runs.You have enough Elec.in your diet and forget the gels.I have answered a lot a questions in the last year from you,why don t you just call and get on my program and then we can talk more often....

Jogging & Running: do I need to train, alternate sneakers, black toe nail
alternate sneakers, black toe nail, ingrown nails: Linda, First, clearly you already run 5k a day so there is no reason to train for it if your goal is to finish. Secondly, WHY should you be training for a marathon? Personally, I am not a fan of treadmills and would recommend running outside even in the...

Jogging & Running: Runners Knee/ITBS/I don't know!, broken collar bone, stationary bike
broken collar bone, stationary bike, left knee: Hi Nick I bet is the knee from the creek.Probably alignment and tracking.I would start using the stationary bike and nothing else till it corrects.I would test the waters once a week.Any other questions just get in touch.Let me know how it works for you.Bike...

Jogging & Running: running, strength workout, workout time
strength workout, workout time, own pace: Well, to build endurance, you simply have to run a little extra when you can. I don t know how long you go currently, so I really can t tell you how much more to add, but even a 10 minute run could benefit you now & then. As far as exercises, if you are...

Jogging & Running: Sore Knee, running on a treadmill, alignment problems
running on a treadmill, alignment problems, sore knee: Hi Charles Most injuries are directly related to alignment and tracking,and when you made the change to treadmill it altered your stride and rythim.I would add 3 stationary bike workouts a week for 30 to 40 minutes to help retrack your knee and correct some...

Jogging & Running: Weight not budging, workout program, arms and legs
workout program, arms and legs, balanced diet: Hi Sandy The most important thing when you make the decision to get back in shape and your truly committed is to be very consistent with your workouts and have a great deal of patience.It is true about the muscle fat issue,but it is blown out of proportion.Let...

Jogging & Running: 800 stamina problems, arm action, speed training
arm action, speed training, body movements: Well, from my coaching experience, the stamina will come. Within a month of true track practices & some competitions, the athlete shouldn t expect to run as well as they did at the end of the previous season. There are just too many factors that can affect...

Jogging & Running: Building Up Endurance, jump rope workout, work periods
jump rope workout, work periods, high intensity: Well, the best to do is test yourself as to how far you can currently go, so you have a benchmark to set. If its one mile or two miles, so be it, its a starting point. Then, I would work on alternating walking & running within a workout. These alternations...

Jogging & Running: building up endurance/ running mile and pacer, joging, pacer
joging, pacer, lso: Hi Celeste Just relax and do your best.It is perfectly normal to get a little anxious when you know your going to be tested.Even the pros get this way.It actually can help you as long as you just accept it and use it for your benefit for better performance.With...

Jogging & Running: Calf cramps, half marathons, camel pack
half marathons, camel pack, calf cramps: I would rely more on just normal water for your hydration, as people did just fine with that before the days of gatorade. I don t recommend any supplements, as what I believe, cramping is mostly a hydration issue. Perhaps you are relying too much on gatorade...

Jogging & Running: calf pain, partial benefit, t rush
partial benefit, t rush, calf strains: Hi Tony Since you can do 5-6 mile with short rest,i would just bite the bullet and start in with some stationary biking and out door biking and give it 3 months before you test the waters.It is obvious it is a deep problem,and you have tryed all the usual...

Jogging & Running: calf tightness, tight muscles, stationary bike
tight muscles, stationary bike, acupuncture: Hi Tim I would recommend to bite the bullet and go with the stationary bike for a few months testing the waters every couple of weeks untill it is healthy.When things pop up you have to take care of them and revise your program or they will put you down in...

Jogging & Running: Follow up Question, random accidents, fitness regime
random accidents, fitness regime, confusing research: Hi James When you love what you do and are commited to the end result benifits and have a dream in your heart and a vision of victory you can live and be the hero of your own success story.The wide doors of opportunity will open for you and are waiting...

Jogging & Running: Calf cramps, deep tissue massage, good water
Jogging & Running: Calf cramps, deep tissue massage, good water, calves

Jogging & Running: Half Marathon, benchmarks, credibility
Jogging & Running: Half Marathon, benchmarks, credibility, pace

Jogging & Running: foot pain, achilles tendinitis, plantar fascitis
achilles tendinitis, plantar fascitis, bone bruise: Hi Leslie Considering you just finished a marathon and you probably spent 3 to 4 months in preparation for it,this is quite normal to experience some lingering stresses of different body parts.It sounds like you have a little bone bruise and the tendons that...

Jogging & Running: frustrated, priority goals, bronchial asthma
priority goals, bronchial asthma, height weight: Hi Tracy You need to give me more info to properly cover this Tracy,such as height, weight,age,how many days your jogging,aprox distance of blocks.Get me this info and then i will have a better idea to respond.What is your priority goals for this program?...

Jogging & Running: General Running Question About Long Term Health Implications, random accidents, fitness regime
random accidents, fitness regime, confusing research: James, first of all, like anything in the world there will be different opinions. Running strehgthens tendons, ligaments, etc and really shouldn t affect long term health more than any other sport. MIllions of people run, so if there was a direct effect, we...

Jogging & Running: Half Marathon, normal blood sugar, first half marathon
normal blood sugar, first half marathon, nutrition bar: Hi Craig With 3 days to go the only thing you can do is just easy joging.Food night before just a light balanced meal.You really don t need to eat anything for breakfast.To maintain a normal blood sugar if need be a nutrition bar and a sports drink will do...

Jogging & Running: Half Marathon, first half marathon, marathon question
first half marathon, marathon question, dealy: Craig, Sorry about the dealy the first time aorund. I was flooded with about 40 questions to answer. My guess is that you don t eat and then drink lots of water, which tends to clean your body. You could try to wake up early eat light, drink water, and...

Jogging & Running: Heel pain, approximate speed, running store
approximate speed, running store, burning rubber: If your goal is to run 400 miles you will make your goal at this rate. As far as speed being too much or not enough..it depends on your goals. 10 minute miling isn t exactly burning rubber so you should be fine. The hell pain could be from the shoes not being...

Jogging & Running: Left Knee Hurts, yoga instructors, light exercise
yoga instructors, light exercise, knee motion: Hi Daniel You have a slight case of chondromalacia and you should take care of it before it gets worst.I would refraim from anything other then rehabbing till you get under control.The bike is the best tool for the situation plus some other exercises.I have...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, long distance runner, sports therapist
long distance runner, sports therapist, left knee: Katie, Tough question. The IT band for many people is a lingering injury.Unfortunately there isn t a whole lot to do for it other than ice, stretch, massage, etc. I would hunt out the best sports therapist in your area and get in to the the person. There...

Jogging & Running: knee problem, height weight ratio, historys
height weight ratio, historys, stationary bike: Hi Anita That is correct,but MIGHT is incorrect.It is the best single tool,but in rehabbing you have to have a great deal of patience and be consistent with the program your following to be successfull.I have copied some case historys for you to brouse and...

Jogging & Running: Mini-Marathon Training, mini marathon, half marathon
mini marathon, half marathon, playing basketball: Caitlin, Playing basketball and being able to run a half marathon are two completely different things. With 6 weeks to train only you should focus on running for time. The race will take you atleast 1 hour 45 I m guessing. You should try to run atleast...

Jogging & Running: Pain on top of head when I stop jogging, blood preasure, lower extremities
blood preasure, lower extremities, question thanks: Hi Sarah I guess you are in good shape.This makes it a little harder to diagnos.My guess is it has something to do with the recerculating of the blood back into the heart after being in lower extremities for extended time and increases presure on the way...

Jogging & Running: Plateau?, mile pace, work stress
mile pace, work stress, running times: Joe, It is not possible to continually get faster. There are times of plateaus and times where you may think you are slower. It is possible you have a bug or infection and don t know it....or extra work stress, or less sleep, many factors can affect running...

Jogging & Running: Runners, cross country season, shin pain
cross country season, shin pain, new shoes: I can t diagnose pain through this, nor could I in a face-to-face visit. My only guess is that since the shoes are still relatively new, perhaps your feet need time adjusting to them. Usually shin pain is caused by the foot not landing properly, and with...

Jogging & Running: resistance chute, minute workout, short legs
minute workout, short legs, marathoners: Well, there is only a few ways to increase power , and you don t get it by strumming along at the same slower paces. If that was the case, then all the marathoners would end up being sprinters, if all that long distance running was supposed to make them...

Jogging & Running: running with GPS, timex ironman gps, gps garmin
timex ironman gps, gps garmin, performance trials: The 205 would be a great product. One of similar tastes is the Timex Ironman GPS Speed & Distance monitor. This is the one I have used in the past, with my coaching & training I did. I was able to buy a data recorder that was linkable with a computer, and...

Jogging & Running: Sore calf, sore calf muscles, chris answer
sore calf muscles, chris answer, nutriens: Hi Chris The F stands for feed with high quality balance nutrition.The R is bout high quality rest.The basis of this program is to make it easy to focus on the 3 things to master to stay healthy and reach a level of performance that your commited to.The rest...

Jogging & Running: Stamina, long distances, strength program
long distances, strength program, secondary goals: Andrew, No, I wouldn t recommend just running one mile for 7 days a week, because first of all, there s no progression, and its no different from other failing programs of going a set distance per day that I always get get questions on. That just makes...

Jogging & Running: sore calf muscles, sore calf muscles, high tech nutrition
sore calf muscles, high tech nutrition, running on a treadmill: Hi Justin Very simple Justin....After running on the treadmill your muscles and connective tissue has reach a range of motion in direct preportion to your stride length on the treadmill and when you go outside your stride length is going to increase which...

Jogging & Running: Trying to love running, neighborhood roads, balance meal
neighborhood roads, balance meal, good fats: Hi Elizabeth Question 1..Just a well balance meal of carbs,protein,veg,and good fats such as olive oil.Plain water for drink.After work just get out there and start slowly and you will start to burn off the biz stress and feel great.No need for food just...

Jogging & Running: What do you think?, mountain wildlife, proper diet
mountain wildlife, proper diet, current training: If you are asking if you can run it based on your current training only....I definitely would not recommend trying it. However, if you did some proper training, you should have no problem. Training requires long runs, proper diet, etc. If you want to commit,...

Jogging & Running: WEIGHT LOSS WITH WALKING, exercise regimen, mini max
exercise regimen, mini max, kgs: Your main problem with your current strategy is that you re doing the same workout, every day. So, there s no adjustments in intensity for you, meaning no new demands to be met, and no changes to be made. I imagine your 30 minute runs are at the same pace,...

Jogging & Running: 1 minute walk/run intervals f/1hr ok?, long periods of time, ok shape
long periods of time, ok shape, running room: You can increase your walk/run times for intervals. I think 20-30 minutes is about all you really need for a quality interval workout. Intervals aren t supposed to be done over long periods of time, the point of them is to do more work in less time, hence,...

Jogging & Running: 45 minute runs, lucky charms, corn flakes
lucky charms, corn flakes, adding time: The problem here is that you re doing the same thing over & over, & expecting something different. Its like pouring out Corn Flakes into a bowl every morning for breakfast, and one day you are disappointed because you wanted Lucky Charms instead of Corn Flakes...

Jogging & Running: advice please, strength training workouts, upper body strength
strength training workouts, upper body strength, joining the army: Well, I don t have a lot to work with here on this question, because I don t know your current health status, your past exercise history, or even how long you have to go, before you are going into the army, or if you have a deadline to meet before they could...

Jogging & Running: Building endurance, cardiovascular exercise, tropical climate
cardiovascular exercise, tropical climate, speed and distance: I would do interval training just 2-3x a week. If you are doing this for race preparation, you don t have to walk as your resting period all the time, you can just fully rest by standing still or moving around lightly. I don t know when the limit will be...

Jogging & Running: ball of foot pain, ball of foot pain, painful blisters
ball of foot pain, painful blisters, albuquerque new mexico: Hi Jane It sounds to me like you have bruised the bones.I would go for the new shoes and use vaseline on your fore foot area.The only down side is if they don t break in in time for the marathon.I wouldn t use any inserts or pads since that will just alter...

Jogging & Running: Calf injury that wont go away., stretching and strengthening exercises, elliptical cross trainer
stretching and strengthening exercises, elliptical cross trainer, pin prick: Hi Steve I have not encountered this before.I really can t put my finger on what it is,but i would guess it is deep into the gastroc.Since you have done some rehab and it is not better.I would recommend you not run at all and take to the stationary bike and...

Jogging & Running: Calf Muscle Injury, calf muscle injury, heel lifts
calf muscle injury, heel lifts, rolling pin: Cold stretches before a run do little to warm it up properly . Using a massaging stick device helps out with warming up the muscles & nerves better. I think perhaps your calf issues could be due to improper warm-up techniques. You can use a massage stick...

Jogging & Running: chondromalacia, yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, scott lowell: Hi Jason The glucosamine is not going to help.Only you can make that decision to return to playing.As i said before i would not play till it is 100%.You have a weak link and one quick move could set you back for a long time or worst.This is just the price...

Jogging & Running: Flat stomach, exercise duration, body workouts
exercise duration, body workouts, flat stomach: Well, getting stuck in a do this every workout kind of program will not be results-producing for you in the long term. Also, there is no way to spot reduce from certain areas on the body, as the body needs to work together as one, in reducing overall body...

Jogging & Running: Calf injury that wont go away., electric shock, left knee
Jogging & Running: Calf injury that wont go away., electric shock, left knee, ligament

Jogging & Running: Outside foot/ankle pain, stairs, tender spot
Jogging & Running: Outside foot/ankle pain, stairs, tender spot, x ray

Jogging & Running: *Sigh*, streight, heart
Jogging & Running: *Sigh*, streight, heart

Jogging & Running: foot pain, cross country runner, dull pain
cross country runner, dull pain, metatarsal: Hi Lee I wish i had better news for you,but it appears to me that your body just is not ready to handle the kind of stress you put on it.You have to use more discipline and i m sure you know this and build up more gradually.The one thing you have to be very...

Jogging & Running: Gaining weight while running, high intensity interval training, carbohydrate stores
high intensity interval training, carbohydrate stores, starvation mode: Well, if she isn t eating enough, and isn t doing anything extra like strength training, she isn t going to lose much weight by eating less and running alone. By eating very little, her body is going into a mode of keeping body fat on her, and any food she...

Jogging & Running: Hip socket pain, leg curls, hip socket
leg curls, hip socket, leg presses: Hi Rob Your right about imbalance.You can still run, but i would work very hard to rebalance and strengthen.Exercises such as abductor,adductor,ab work,back extentions, 1/2 squats,leg presses.leg curls,leg extentions.The stationary bike is a fantastic tool...

Jogging & Running: hurting knees, patella tendonitis, yoga instructors
patella tendonitis, yoga instructors, running clinic: HI Ron Sounds like a little patella tendonitis and possibly chondromalacia.I have copied some case history testimonial and prescription to take care of it.Don t think yours is to serious,and will probably respond quite quickly.The bike is like gold for this...

Jogging & Running: Jogging Injury, jogging injury, leg extensions
jogging injury, leg extensions, thigh bone: Hi Lindsay I know what your talking about,but to eliminate the problem you have to treat the cause of it.Most all injuries in running,musculosketel system are directly related to alignment and tracking.This is your problem Lindsay.Your pelvis is probably...

Jogging & Running: Jogging induced asthma?, asthma symptoms, eccentric loading
asthma symptoms, eccentric loading, mini marathon: Sorry, I can t answer this, I m not an expert in the asthma-like symptoms you are dealing with. The only thing that comes to mind is the demands on the body. In swimming, your body is buoyant enough and not really working that much against gravity, just...

Jogging & Running: jump rope and jogging, jump rope workout, time constraints
jump rope workout, time constraints, jump roping: Jump roping & jogging aren t bad for the knees, overuse of any training mode is bad for the knees. If your legs are strong enough, and you keep your body flexible & recovering well, bad knees may not ever happen. Proper recovery & rest is the key to...

Jogging & Running: Knee gave out (gives up?), 20 paces, leg workout
20 paces, leg workout, quality shoes: Hi Tom There is not an isolated situation when it comes to a problem.Your body is talking to you,Fix me.Your job is to take the appropirate action to correct the situation.Shoes not the problem and not serious.Start a core and leg workout such as leg extensions...

Jogging & Running: Knee issues, nike pegasus, shoes nike
nike pegasus, shoes nike, walking up stairs: Hi Michael Thanks for the detailed info.I would say definitely you have most all signs of Chondromalacia.You didn t mention walking up stairs.That would be a sign.I could give you a very simple test but can t explain it on internet.You can call if you wish...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, yoga instructors, scott lowell
yoga instructors, scott lowell, hi john: Hi Lynn Forget the doctors,they will just drain your pocket book and don t no anything in regards to sports injury s.Your situation is Tracking and alignmet which can be corrected very easy over time.The core of your body dictates the tracking and alignment...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, femur bone, jump rope
femur bone, jump rope, fitness levels: I can t tell you anything more than what an athletic trainer can tell you in a face to face visit with an athletic trainer. I am also not, nor is anyone able to, be able to diagnose any injury through the internet by just discussing pain symptoms. That s...

Jogging & Running: Knee soreness, knee soreness, dull pain
knee soreness, dull pain, hi john: Chris You have an alignent and a tracking problem Due to weak core muscles and your sport which reguires a lot of stop and go.I wood strongly reccomend you in your situation is start with a stationary bike situation which will put you in a good tracking...

Jogging & Running: Outside foot/ankle pain, first marathon, mileage plan
first marathon, mileage plan, light frames: I can t diagnose injuries by email, or even in-person, as I m not qualified to do that. It could be a number of things, but there s nothing I would be able to pin-point. A bad pair of shoes or misaligned foot landings due to natural biomechanics can cause...

Jogging & Running: Possible runner's knee, core work, knee cap
core work, knee cap, core strength: Hi Sonny Most injuries in running are directly related to alignment and tracking of the knee and weak core strength.This is why you have to treat the cause not the individual symptoms.Most important to your success in rehabbing is a great deal of patience...

Jogging & Running: pace and diet, good fats, interval training
good fats, interval training, skinny person: Hi Tom The most important diet is just good well balance of protein,carbs,good fats like olive oil,fruits,vegies,and breakfast is the most important to set you up for the day.Develop a workout that closely resembles your position and effort in football and...

Jogging & Running: pain after running, running training, guessing game
running training, guessing game, medical attention: I can t help much through an email, I would see a doctor if the pain persists, or back off the running frequency. I guess I don t know how much or how hard you are running either. Nonetheless, all it is, is a guessing game on my end, and I am not about to...

Jogging & Running: return to running, eliptical machines, knee caps
eliptical machines, knee caps, crepitations: Hi Gina You can give it a try and see what happens.Just start easy Gina.You will know if it is ok quite quickly.I still say the bike is the best tool.If the bike is bothering you then you still have tracking problems.Be patient.Let me know what happens Gina....

Jogging & Running: runner's knee, knee caps, crepitations
knee caps, crepitations, scott lowell: Hi Gina You will be fine in time when you take the time to rehabb your situation,but not possible to put a time on it because every one responds differently.You have to have a great deal of patience and be very consistent with your workouts.Not permanent.I...

Jogging & Running: Shin Pain from running., shin pain, ankle bone
shin pain, ankle bone, shin splints: Hi Csaba That is definitly shin splints.It takes time to heal and you just have to have a lot of patience along with a lot of icing 500mg vit c 3 meals a day.Take up stationary biking and out door biking also is good.I would give it a month before you test...

Jogging & Running: *Sigh*, cross country coach, breathing tips
cross country coach, breathing tips, speedwalking: Normally I don t answer questions for those under 18, but in this case, I think its worth replying. I m a former track & cross-country coach, and for you to think of going out for track is great. I wouldn t worry about sucking , because the sport of running...

Jogging & Running: sore feet, ankles and shins, new balance running shoes, yoga class
new balance running shoes, yoga class, sore feet: Hi Sus Without knowing anything about your bio,your present and past history of training,my answer would be to you is your not building up gradually and your body can t handle the overload and you need to develope a better schedule which allows for more recovery...

Jogging & Running: starting running at 56, leg weights, easy jogging
leg weights, easy jogging, correct shoe: Madge, You are not too old, but I would take it quite slow. Don t do any type of intervals for sure!! I would recommend doing some light leg weights to help build some strength before geeting into the pounding also. Start with very easy jogging and slowly...

Jogging & Running: stomach pain, stomach pain, return response
stomach pain, return response, menstrual pain: Hi Rebecca I m not an expert on womens problems,but over the years i have made some good in roads.Can you give me some more information on your present running history and past such as miles per week,how long you have been running,height,weight,age,diet.Get...

Jogging & Running: vomiting after running a race, stomach pain, meter races
stomach pain, meter races, albuquerque nm: Hi Stacey Can you first tell me if she is vomitting food ,fluids or dry heaving.Big difference.If you want to call me i can explain it quicker and more precise.My number here in albuquerque NM is 505 271 5909.If not i will do the email route. All the...

Jogging & Running: Ankles, stretching exercises, inflamation
stretching exercises, inflamation, connective tissue: Hi Keith To take care of the immediate pain get a bag of ice submerge you foot in a bucket to reduce inflamation.In time your body will adapt to the new found stress on tendons,connective tissue etc.What is the problem?.Your body has to adapt.Everybody depending...

Jogging & Running: Calf muscle inflammation, muscle inflammation, salt baths
muscle inflammation, salt baths, calf muscle: Hi Patrick If you bike easy and relaxed and don t push of hard on pedals and stay off hills it will help the healing.Also cool the long fast walks.You have to just let it heal.It didn t get that way overnight.You can add 500mg vitc with your 3 meals a day...

Jogging & Running: chondro malacia, walking up stairs, some earlier posts
walking up stairs, some earlier posts, new shoes: Hi Hish It Is not your shoes.With Chondromalacia you will feel it underneath and around the kneecap and walking up stairs.There is a test i do which is very easy to perform but i can t explain it over the internet.If you want to call me my number is 505 271...

Jogging & Running: Depletion Run, first marathon, marathon training
first marathon, marathon training, pfitzinger: I m not sure what this depletion run is, or the purpose of it. My only guess is that you d run the last 2.5 miles of the 6 mile run as an all-out effort, perhaps. Thus, depleting the end of your run. I m not too familiar with marathon training methods,...

Jogging & Running: discomfort/pain right knee, stomach ache, orthopedic doctors
stomach ache, orthopedic doctors, albuquerque new mexico: Hi Willie You have a very involed situation and reguires a lot of questions,which i could help you with.Would it be possible you could call me here in albuquerque new mexico so you and i can go in to detail and resolve your situation.If not i will do my best...

Jogging & Running: the effect of running on heart rate vs. running with weights, pound weights, muscle fatigue
pound weights, muscle fatigue, human physiology: I wouldn t run the tests with 3kg weights in each hand, that is way too much weight, which would affect running strides & muscle fatigue. Honestly, I would never recommend 3kg (approx 6 pounds) weights to carry while running, there is no point in doing...

Jogging & Running: Foot pain after jogging, muscle tendon, vitc
muscle tendon, vitc, new shoes: Hi Jen I don t know how long you have been working out and how often you run,but most problems such as your the body will adapt over time as long as you are patient and treat the cause as it surfaces.You probably have a little bout with tendonitis.You should...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain
Jogging & Running: Knee pain

Jogging & Running: foot pain, height weight ratio, mizuno wave
height weight ratio, mizuno wave, albuquerque new mexico: Hi Sharon When you switch from a specific running stride and foot plant to some brisk walking your stride and your foot plant will be different and create some different kind of stress on tendons,connective tissue which could easily create some discomfort.I...

Jogging & Running: half marathon time, marathon time, different trains
marathon time, different trains, half marathon: Mike, It is a good accomplishment for you. I can t say exactly that it is god or bad, as everyone is different, trains differently, adapts differently, etc. Some people run 1 hour 30 with little training, some train hard and run much slower. Without knowing...

Jogging & Running: hip pain, connective tissues, stride length
connective tissues, stride length, core work: Hi Erica When you switch from treadmill to outside your stride length and surrounding tendons and connective tissues in the core area will be effected.Alignment and tracking of that core area needs some work such as light stretching and also strengthening...

Jogging & Running: Jammed 3rd & 4th Toes, magic tool, stationary bike
magic tool, stationary bike, x rays: Hi Stephanie Just cool the running all together till race to insure healing.The stationary bike is the magic tool.Just ride for time.You can do all the workouts on the bike that you do running.Long 2hr bikes,tempo s,intervals.With four weeks to go your training...

Jogging & Running: Jogging pain; continued, menstrual cramps, stomach pains
menstrual cramps, stomach pains, realage: Hi Erika I m afraid i really can t come up with a specific cause of the situation.What i would recommend is contacting some of the many running clubs around the usa and other parts of the world if you are not from usa.You can start with the one i founded...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, albuquerque new mexico, work ethic
albuquerque new mexico, work ethic, consistent work: Hi Cerys First thing is i would get rid of the orthotics.What you have developed is chondromalacia.A lot of it has to do with tracking of the knee and alignment.The best course of rehabbing is a stationary bike with medium tention and high spin rpm with gradually...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, alignment problems, muscle fatigue
alignment problems, muscle fatigue, knee pain: Hi Seth The short answer with out knowing your program and bio.Your body just couldn t handle the stress over 10 miles.I would start doing some stationary biking to correct any tracking and alignment problems that might be present and are compounded with...

Jogging & Running: marathon, first marathon, 4 months
first marathon, 4 months, many thanks: Carly, You should be fine. I would run another 17 miler this week and then begin a taper. You ve got a lot of longer runs in. I ran a marathon before off 5k training, where my longest run for a whole year before was only 10 miles!!! I still made 21 miles...

Jogging & Running: Should I monitor myself?, karvonen method, fitness programming
karvonen method, fitness programming, world fitness: I would choose to run as you feel, and no longer go by a heart rate monitor. The formulas used are really outdated and based on old training practices, and aren t up to date with more real-world fitness programming. I see this often, where people will...

Jogging & Running: Noticed something, slow twitch fibers, evening chores
slow twitch fibers, evening chores, fast twitch muscles: A change from 4mph to 5mph does not have a major effect on fast or slow twitch fiber usage. The tingling you are feeling is perhaps just more increased blood flow, not fibers being awakened , as those fibers are already there, they just haven t been placed...

Jogging & Running: Too old for jogging?, cardiovascular risk factors, mild hypertension
cardiovascular risk factors, mild hypertension, blood presure: Hi Ken I see no reason at all why you can t start training for and finishing a full marathon 26.2 miles.I understand your situation and i would like to get the information to you that i have on my mind to insure a quality start up program.I would love if...

Jogging & Running: Please help with the understanding of heart rate., target heart rate, maximum heart rate
target heart rate, maximum heart rate, high intensity interval training: A heart rate range should be in that range for the total duration of your workout, once you get it up there after starting. It is not for a % of the workout time, it is for a % of your maximum heart rate. I no longer prescribe or go by the heart rate monitoring...

Jogging & Running: returning to running after jumpers knee, excess mileage, soft surfaces
excess mileage, soft surfaces, scar tissue: Hi Zara Your body is talking to you.I can hear it here all the way from albuquerque.It is saying GIVE ME A BREAK if you want me start and finish the GR10.You have to remember and never forget that without rest and recovery there is no growth and healing.My...

Jogging & Running: running, hill workouts, time span
hill workouts, time span, strides: Hi ger Hill running is fantastic for rugby, But The key to success of hill workouts is to put together a proper program that closely mirrors your position.Speed in rugby is being able to accelerate and recover quickly over an accelrarated time span on going...

Jogging & Running: running jogging/ gas and defication., gas cramps, consistent exercise
gas cramps, consistent exercise, weight exercise: Hi Michelle With out knowing your height,weight,exercise habits past and present and your diet.What your experiencing is someone who needs to take a close look at the diet,dehydrated,lacks a consistent exercise program.I know nothing about you,so i m just...

Jogging & Running: Shin Splints, mike shin, shin splints
mike shin, shin splints, cell structure: Hi Mike Shin splints are just a weakness of the muscle tissue surrounding the bone.They will adapt over time and you won t have any problem.Start adding 500mg of vit C with your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery of tissues,tendons,cell structure.After your...

Jogging & Running: Starting Out, albuquerque new mexico, asteria
albuquerque new mexico, asteria, term result: Hi Asteria I m so happy that you are getting into running.WHY? do i say this,is because This is how i got my start in this business of coaching.This is a very easy question but to answer it with the propper focus and long term result,if it is possible that...

Jogging & Running: Still struggling after 4 weeks, short term goal, mile time
short term goal, mile time, stationary bike: Amanda, I feel your body is trying to adjust again to regular exercise, and you can t expect it to just jump right back into a shape you previously were in a few years ago (the 40 minute 3 mile, compared to now, as an example). It would be like Tiger Woods...

Jogging & Running: after 37 minutes felt total body lightness, running on a treadmill, great shape
running on a treadmill, great shape, good shape: Hi Angela It appears to me a great sign your in real good shape since the body is just flowing and the arterial network is clean and responsive.When your in great shape everything is smooth,relaxed,flowing,responsive.I see no reason to do anything different,but...

Jogging & Running: Chronic knee pain and only 24!, chronic knee pain, eliptical machine
chronic knee pain, eliptical machine, yoga instructors: Hi Sam Tracking and alignment are the main problems with runners.You probably have a case of chondromalacia.Most important is to have a lot of patience and be consistent with your rehab.You will be able to beat this in time.I have copied some case history,testimonials,and...

Jogging & Running: Crosscountry, rythim, half the distance
rythim, half the distance, excersises: Hi Ava I would recommend this latter workout for you with 2 full days in between workouts.The most important thing is to work into them gradually.You also want to warm up properly. On the track 3x200 meters 3x300 meters 3x400 meters 3x800 meters...

Jogging & Running: Running, 1rm, workouts
Jogging & Running: Running, 1rm, workouts, workout

Jogging & Running: Hip pain...ug, iliac crest, illiotibial band
iliac crest, illiotibial band, lateral side: I can t fully answer this, as its outside my area of expertise, but it sounds to me like you could have a tight IT band , or illiotibial band, which is a tendon on the lateral side of your thigh. Running on the same side of the road for miles can lead to...

Jogging & Running: half marathon/ 10 mile training, upper body workouts, half marathons
upper body workouts, half marathons, gym workout: Hi Jonathan I think if you cut out the upper body workouts 2 weeks before your race it will make a big difference in your performance do to eliminating the tightness which is always present and will also help with a more controlled rythim and focus.Any other...

Jogging & Running: Jogging on Road, uneven surface, time one
uneven surface, time one, caution: People have jogged on roads for years and with some caution, it can be alright for jogging on. The major issues that arise come from running too long on that kind of road on the same side, which causes an uneven surface to continually run on (such as running...

Jogging & Running: jogging, fitness myths, will need adobe reader
fitness myths, will need adobe reader, body muscles: Like I recommended before, the likelihood of following this advice is unrealistic, as most people wouldn t have a pool to jump into to recieve any perceived benefit. From my understanding, the after-run pool jump has no additional benefit for the heart....

Jogging & Running: jogging, exercise physiology lab, cardiac rehab
exercise physiology lab, cardiac rehab, wind in your face: Your question needs more information to make a true judgment of treadmill vs. outdoors. Also, the durations itself are a factor of importance, too. You can cover more distance in 45 minutes than you can in 25, so the efforts aren t going to be similar at...

Jogging & Running: question, miss kitty, exact schedule
miss kitty, exact schedule, 6th day: Hi Miss Kitty First thing, running with good balance eating habits and consistency can transform your body and also your life like it did mine years ago.To train properly for a marathon you would need to block out 6 months and allow 45 min to 1hr.of running...

Jogging & Running: Running, underground secrets, volunteer service
underground secrets, volunteer service, spring track: Well, running endless miles won t get you there. If your specialty is the 400m distance, then I d suggest heading over to www.bearpowered.com and perhaps getting the book they sell on there, Underground Secrets to Faster Running. Speed is what you need to...

Jogging & Running: Getting back into running, terms of endurance, ankle weights
terms of endurance, ankle weights, cardiovascular endurance: Ankle weights are one of the worst things to wear for exercising, in my opinion. Biomechanically, your legs aren t used to managing that much weight at the ends of your limbs, and this causes more forces to be jolted through the joints than they are used...

Jogging & Running: Stomach pains when road running, doing weights, stomach pains
doing weights, stomach pains, stomach pain: Hi Chris It is not your leg.Running puts a lot of stress on the abs and if there weak those symptons can surface.When you run out side your stride will open up quite a bit more than treadmill.This will stretch the abs a little farther.This is what i think...

Jogging & Running: Swolen/Locking knee, marathon runner, pound male
marathon runner, pound male, running sports: Sorry Terry, but I can t explain causes or ways to fix an injury such as yours, or any other injury for that matter, by email. I couldn t even do it face-to-face with people because I m not qualified to evaluate injuries in a healing/treatment manner. I...

Jogging & Running: severe Knee Problems after physical excercise, connective tissues, scott lowell
connective tissues, scott lowell, vitc: Hi Manny I have the same feelings towards Doctors and many experiences.You don t have arthritis.You have a a case of chondromalacia base on all the symtoms you describe.Don t worry Manny you will run and play soccer agin with no pain in time.This is just...

Jogging & Running: severe knee and ankle pain after jogging, pain in knees, light weights
pain in knees, light weights, ankle pain: Hi Elizabeth I don t know how long you have been working out but it appears to me that your body is not recovering from your programs.Bottom line is if you don t build in easy recovery days things like this will surface.The rule is if you don t have rest...

Jogging & Running: My son Jesse Maye, track scholarship, son jesse
track scholarship, son jesse, 800m: Well, first of all, his education should come first. If there is a high school (I m assuming a private one) that offers scholarships & has a track team, try to pursue it. I would say he has good potential, but don t put a gold medal on him just yet. A lot...

Jogging & Running: stamina for the unfit!, minimum baseline, workout schedule
minimum baseline, workout schedule, line fitness: Hi Becki, Perhaps reading my free guide on my site would help give you some ideas. It s called the Mini-Max Method and is meant as a minimum baseline to start with for working out, or for those who are experienced yet confused with all the stuff they read,...

Jogging & Running: Treadmill Jogging Vs Road Jogging, treadmill workout, long distance runners
treadmill workout, long distance runners, running on a treadmill: You ll get more real-world benefit from running outdoors, than you would with a treadmill. One of the reasons you can do it faster on a TM is that you aren t facing any wind resistance, and the belt is slightly pulling your leg back, instead of you pushing...

Jogging & Running: achy hip, core workout, work ethic
core workout, work ethic, consistent work: Hi Patrece What your experiencing is typical starting up when you start asking your body to do things that it hasn t do for a while.You have to get back to basics of building your body back up.Most all problems runners have are directly related to alignment...

Jogging & Running: First Marathon Training., first marathon, marathon training
first marathon, marathon training, half marathon: Well, at your weight, you could be putting yourself into a situation where you could end up with high stress overuse injuries, from taking all that pounding from running. You may be able to squat 600 pounds, but there is 750-1000 pounds of force being transferred...

Jogging & Running: feet numbness, lower extremities, precor
lower extremities, precor, weightless: I think part of the reason they go numb on an elliptical is because of the weightless-feel it has. I imagine it has to do with blood flow going more to the lower extremities and perhaps not getting enough blood flow down to the feet. I remember in college...

Jogging & Running: Jogging, exercise bike, good shape
exercise bike, good shape, elderly person: Well, with speed walking & jogging, you have a lot of stresses occurring throughout the lower body. Jogging has more of a vertical component versus the speed walking, so there are more forces being absorbed with each footfall during a jog. I ll try to answer...

Jogging & Running: how much to jog, effort scale, fitness levels
effort scale, fitness levels, height weight: It would be foolish of me to just give you a number (distance, time) to aim for, by just knowing height & weight alone. I don t have any idea of your current fitness levels or past experience. There is no way for me to even guess this. As a general rule,...

Jogging & Running: question, body building supplements, high potency
body building supplements, high potency, protein powders: I m no judge to say what someone should weigh this or that. God gives you an ideal weight to do what one needs to do efficiently. As far as running goes, if you enjoy it, do it. If you enjoy walking, continue walking. Just keep it simple in your approaches...

Jogging & Running: Recovery heart rate, heart rate zone, resting heart rates
heart rate zone, resting heart rates, recovery heart rate: Hi Mike, After using HR zones with clients, I ran into the same issues you are running into: running into trouble zones when things feel just fine for the client or myself. Some machines go by an outdated HR monitoring formula, while others go by a totally...

Jogging & Running: Running, cross country program, critical threshold
cross country program, critical threshold, high school cross country: Well, there s a reason why a large % of your runs should be easy, its because too many hard runs will not allow your body the proper recovery time to rest correctly & make the right adaptations it needs to attain from the workout s goal/purpose. I prefer...

Jogging & Running: Running, personal bests, fitness tests
personal bests, fitness tests, mini max: Well, at the age of 27, there isn t a lot of data to compare yourself to that I know of. For HS & youth, there is plenty due to Presidental fitness tests done yearly. On the same token of being competitive, how can you not be competitive when it comes...

Jogging & Running: Running for exercise, and inches., high intensity interval training, push ups sit ups
high intensity interval training, push ups sit ups, workout regimes: I don t handle eating/supplement questions, as there are too many variables there and its outside of my expertise, since dieticians are for that. 2-3 miles/workout, per day, can be a partial part of the solution, but I can tell you that you d be setting...

Jogging & Running: Running Hurts, simple fitness, long walks
simple fitness, long walks, spinning classes: Running hurts if you jump into it too fast, too soon, and don t allow your body the ability to adapt to its demands in a timely manner. Cyclists just can t get off their bikes and begin to run a marathon the next week because they are seen as fit . You...

Jogging & Running: Running/Jogging, fitness calculators, high intensity
fitness calculators, high intensity, how many calories: Well, it will take approximately 140 calories of energy to complete that mile, as an estimate. I know for myself at a weight of 180, I will burn about 140 calories/mile for my personal runs. You may try the site exrx.net to discover some fitness calculators,...

Jogging & Running: running, race pace, 5k time
race pace, 5k time, fitness test: I would try to focus more on the 400m repeats instead of a tempo run for 3 miles. Going for just 3 runs a week won t get this down unless you add in 1-2 more days of running. I would alternate hard & easy days, such as a M-W-F are easier runs, Tues & Thursday...

Jogging & Running: Training for 10K, aerobic exercises, wind resistance
aerobic exercises, wind resistance, steady pace: I m not sure you can get a 60 minute 10K right now, but shooting for around 65 to 70 is more realistic. Since its your first 10K, don t aim for a set time, just run it, and run it entirely on how are you feeling that race day, and see what time comes your...

Jogging & Running: weight gain and running, weight train, cross train
weight train, cross train, lean meats: Well, running alone with some cross training days & only 1 strength day per week isn t the best solution for fat loss if you are after that. Strength training 2-3x/week is a better option if you are seeking fat loss. Read my free e-book, The Mini-Max Method,...

Jogging & Running: getting back at it, half marathon, exercise routine
half marathon, exercise routine, morning sickness: Well, for one, I would start by gently adding running to your exercise routine, since walking/blading take up the most part of it now. I am not aware of the joint issues following pregnancy, so it is best to ask your doctor about this. Rick Karbovia...

Jogging & Running: 1.5 mile run again, improved fitness, running fitness
improved fitness, running fitness, body experiences: If you want to get better for a 1.5 mile run, you need to run, not be on an elliptical to lose weight . The elliptical does not train you specifically for the greater demands of the run you are about to test on. In the same line of logic, why would a cyclist...

Jogging & Running: 2 weeks for 5K race, speed workout, balance meal
speed workout, balance meal, lower back pain: Hi Ivan I would allow 5 hrs before race with a light meal like rice and a couple of scrambled eggs and a half of banana.I would drink water or sport drink threw out the day little by little sips.No GU.Run your workouts by time 1600..9min 800..4.30...

Jogging & Running: Abdominal Cramp, cramps, muscle
cramps, muscle, athletic trainer: Hi, Jaime That s a tough question. I ve certainly gotten cramps in that location, but not at precisely the same interval and at the same time of the month every time. I don t know if it is common for women. I m inclined to say no, but I could be wrong....

Jogging & Running: Beginner Runner, salt baths, beginner runner
salt baths, beginner runner, new pair of shoes: Hi Greg The bottom line is the body will adapt over time and it is not unusual to have some some little problems along the way.You just have to work up gradually and don t be afraid to take a little time off to heal.You can also add some biking to to enhance...

Jogging & Running: Belly fat, belly area, mini max
belly area, mini max, midsection: Dieting & Exercise, together, will help lose body fat, but if you re looking for specific areas to lose fat from, the body can t spot reduce or selectively choose where its going to burn body fat from an area you wish. For example, doing hundreds of crunches...

Jogging & Running: Blisters on pinky toes - that curve under 4th toe, pinky toes, blood blisters
pinky toes, blood blisters, pinky toe: Hi Severine It seems like you have tried everything and have considerable room in your shoes.Friction always seems to be the case the longer we go and in your case a full ironman.The one thing you have not mentioned is VASELINE.This is what i would put your...

Jogging & Running: Building endurance, running, 5k
running, 5k, 2 miles: Hi, Shannon I m not sure why you can t make it to 2 miles on the treadmill, but it s not a piece of equipment I use for running unless I have to. Since you would like to train for a 5k, the first thing to do is actually sign up. That way you re committed....

Jogging & Running: base training, muscle imbalances, core work
muscle imbalances, core work, solid core: Hi Travis Knowing how much your body gets beat up in college do to all the racing and class schedules i think adding some extra time would be a good idea.The one thing i would add is a a good weight program,upper and lower and solid core work early in your...

Jogging & Running: breathing technique, breathing rhythm, steady pace
breathing rhythm, steady pace, breathing technique: Usually, finding a breathing rhythm of breathing in on 2 steps, and out on 2 steps, is a good, more natural style to use when running. Some try a 3 steps in, 3 steps out rhythm. RunnersWorld.com may have some articles on their site in regards to this topic....

Jogging & Running: Cold vs hot weather jogging, hot weather, weather conditions
hot weather, weather conditions, common sense: Early morning runs usually go better due to cooler weather at that time, but what it really comes down to is common sense when working out. If its too hot, don t stress yourself out, and plan to run when it s better as far as weather conditions go. Rick...

Jogging & Running: Core temperature, core temperature, regulation
core temperature, regulation: Hi, Avril Basically, a core temperature is your body temperature. Your body is in a constant state of regulation based on external conditions and/or illnesses. As a runner, or anyone being active outside, you want make sure you train in conditions and...

Jogging & Running: dry heaves after racing, dry heaves, speed workout
dry heaves, speed workout, mile endurance: Hi Kim You are right about the dry heaves.Your 6 mile endurance run and 3 miler is ok,but you need to add longer intervals and a tempo run of 15 to 20 min hard but in control.Intervals...work your way up to 10x 2min 30sec.with a 1 min recovery in between.I...

Jogging & Running: Feeling sick after a run, protein, carbs
protein, carbs, hydration: Hi, Jane I am sorry to hear about your distress. However, I do think it has to do with what you re eating, or rather what you re not eating. Both times you have had problems, you have had hard runs. However, your body hasn t been fueled properly to...

Jogging & Running: Feels like a pinched nerve in leg/hip joint 30 min. into run, pinched nerve in leg, lower back surgery
pinched nerve in leg, lower back surgery, muscle tendon: Hi Scott It is time to get started on a rehabb,rebalancing,stretching,alignment,weight program,with core work to be running well into your 90 s and loving life.Yes it is possible.The key is to gradually work into it and be consistent.There is no single answer...

Jogging & Running: very fit, but running SO difficult for me, soccer player, triumph
Jogging & Running: very fit, but running SO difficult for me, soccer player, triumph, long time

Jogging & Running: fastest man, peak speed, fastest man
peak speed, fastest man, meter dash: A 7:30 mile is 8 mph, likely the limit of most nonathletes. A 6:00 mile is 10 mph, likely the limit of most athletes, except sprinters. Bolt ran the 200 meters in 19.3 seconds. This translates into 23.2 mph averaged across 200 meters. However, if you...

Jogging & Running: very fit, but running SO difficult for me, body ache, weight train
body ache, weight train, consistent work: Hi Courtney There is nothing wrong with you.Your fitness level with the variety of things your doing is great,but none of them transfers to an easy start up in running.Everybody adapts at different levels,but only with consistent work will you see the results.I...

Jogging & Running: Goals- sprinter vs. distance?, relay team, 7 months
relay team, 7 months, couple days: Perhaps the 400 & 800 would be more to your liking for you, & your coach. With track, there is plenty of opportunity to be in a 4x400 or 4x800 relay team, as well as the individual 400/800 races, too. I would advise that you talk to your coach some more,...

Jogging & Running: Heart Rate and training zones, exercise-induced asthma, stress test
exercise-induced asthma, stress test, pulmonary function test: Hi, Fransien First, let me tell you that I don t run with heart rate monitors or train people with them, generally. I m going to tell you why and you ll see why I m going to give you the advice I m going to give you. I don t train with heart rate monitors...

Jogging & Running: Hip pain, left hip pain, salt baths
left hip pain, salt baths, first marathon: Hi Stratton Just some light stretching low back,hips,adductor abductor,quad,hamstrings...Ice and epson salt baths,Add 500mg vit c with your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery of tendons,ligaments,tissue,cell structure.Don t take any med s.I can t advise you...

Jogging & Running: heating up quickly, height weight ratio, max heart rate
height weight ratio, max heart rate, team mates: Hi Lindsey I can t really articulate the science in words,but i know what happens, and this i no for sure is that the better shape your in aerobicly,anaerobicly your bodies energy systems will operate more efficently such as not overheating and can handle...

Jogging & Running: help please, running, sports bra
running, sports bra, strength training: Hi, Erica Good on you for joining the ranks of the Marines. If you ve read my profile, then you know I used to be in the Navy, but I know boot camp is no joke. First, let s address the sports bra issue. You shouldn t have to wear two. Not only is...

Jogging & Running: help please, height weight, boot camp
height weight, boot camp, erica: Hi Erica First i need to know how many days a week you can train and the availble time for those days.I can then give you the proper info.Also age,height weight and past training.Get me this and we can pick it up from here Erica. All the best Joh...

Jogging & Running: Increase Jogging Speed, speedwork, increase speed
speedwork, increase speed: Hi, Patty I know how difficult it can be to increase speed. It s tough and something I always have to work on. When it comes to your strides, you have to find the point at which you are not taking strides that are so short that you might as well be...

Jogging & Running: improve running/fitness, joining the army, running fitness
joining the army, running fitness, thanks in advance: Hi Peter If i m reading this correctly,you have the 11/2 mile run test in two and half weeks and you can only run a few minutes.It is not possible in this short amount of time with any kind of training.Please get back to me if i read this wrong. All...

Jogging & Running: Knee swelling with no pain, knee pain, swelling
knee pain, swelling, triathlon: Hi, Ricky It sounds to me like you need to get to a trainer or physical therapist as soon as possible. This is to make sure that if you go ahead with the triathlon in 3 weeks that you won t do more serious damage to your knee. I would take action against...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, acute case, intense work
acute case, intense work, knee pain: At this point, you definitely need rest...at least from running. Continuing to run on this will prolong your recovery. From what you ve told me.....and assuming there was no pre-existing knee injury or any audible pops, it sounds like an acute case of tendonitis...

Jogging & Running: BACK PAIN AND JOGGING, core workout, straight spine
core workout, straight spine, workout program: Hi Peter I would move forward with the running.I would also add stationary biking which is also great for tracking and alignment which is also going to help stabilize the back.You can also add 500mg vit C to your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery of tendons,connective...

Jogging & Running: Pace vs Distance / Sweats, garmin forerunner 205, halo headband
garmin forerunner 205, halo headband, sweatband: Hi Mark I would add 1 longer run of an easy 6 miles and change the power walk to some easy walk jog with a little intensity.The body adapts very quickly to any level of training,so you have to keep increasing the overload process of the musculosketal system...

Jogging & Running: Running a mile in gym class..., test songs, gym class
test songs, gym class, good songs: Hi sophie You should block out 4 days a week and just run easy for 35 minutes for 2 days and 1 day do 2min hard and 1 min easy after your warmed up for 20 min.4th day you want to warm up for 10 min easy running then push a hard pace for 15 minutes.I would...

Jogging & Running: running & headaches, running, headaches
running, headaches, dehydration: Hi, Brettney It sounds like it could be as simple as dehydration. Headache is a common symptom of dehydration. Make sure you are taking in enough fluids before, during, and after your run. Also, be sure you are sleeping enough each day. Make sure...

Jogging & Running: sharp pain in knee cap, knee cap, chondromalacia
knee cap, chondromalacia, sharp shooting: Hi Pandora You should be concerned,since injuries to the knee are the most commom with runners.The injury that i advise runners on this site the most is chondromalacia which if not addressed quickly can lead to extended rehabbing and more problems.If you...

Jogging & Running: shooting knee pains, alignment problem, supportive shoes
alignment problem, supportive shoes, knee pains: Hi Kristy You seem to have a tracking and alignment problem.The best tool for it is stationary biking with med tension and high spin.I would reccomend 45 min 3 to 4 times a week and have a great deal of patience and be consistent.It is hard to predict how...

Jogging & Running: stamina, marathon training, inverse relationship
marathon training, inverse relationship, slow pace: The longer the distance, the slower you re going to be, in order to maintain a pace that will allow you to get there. Keep in mind, the only ones who can run 26 miles at a good clip are the world-class marathoners who train full-time to do that. Speed...

Jogging & Running: Training for a faster pace, generic answers, garmin gps
generic answers, garmin gps, summer temperatures: To quickly answer some of your questions, as you laid them out 1, 2, 3. 1: I don t think the solution is more work for the legs, as the legs get PLENTY of stress from fast running. Rather, focus on total body training, such as breaking it down into 5 main...

Jogging & Running: Weight Loss, full scope, lazy person
full scope, lazy person, meal plans: Hi Donna I m sure you have made many atemps and have been offered all kinds of advice and meal plans and special exercises that will burn up the body fat etc,etc,etc,etc,.My guess is none of it worked for you otherwise you wouldn t be writting.There is magic...

Jogging & Running: Ankle hurts while running, proper footwear, proper shoes
proper footwear, proper shoes, soccer fall: Hi, Carol Although I can t say for sure why her ankles hurt (for example, is it a muscular pain or skeletal issue), there are a couple of things that can help. Make sure that she is wearing the proper footwear for each sport. So, that means she s probably...

Jogging & Running: ankle pain, muscle tendon, peroneal muscle
muscle tendon, peroneal muscle, ankle pain: Sam, this is a tough one. If your doctor has confirmed that there is no fracture and you have properly fitted shoes, the only other possibility that stands out to me is peroneal tendenitis...inflammation of the peroneal muscle tendon. Peroneals run down...

Jogging & Running: ankle pain while running laps and sprints, school volleyball, playing volleyball
school volleyball, playing volleyball, volleyball team: Hi Allison, I will need to know more information to even guess what the issue is. What exact location is the pain coming from...try to be as precise as possible? The ankle is very complex with many structures prone to injury. What brings it on? Is onset...

Jogging & Running: Bilateral Hip pain after running, lower back pain, sore muscles
lower back pain, sore muscles, cross train: Hi, Heather Although I am not a doctor or physical therapist, I can sympathize with lower back pain. Because of the questions my physical therapist asked when helping me with my back pain, I highly suggest that you see a doctor, chiropractor, and/or physical...

Jogging & Running: ball of foot pain, new balance sneakers, ball of foot pain
new balance sneakers, ball of foot pain, grass area: Hi, Kathryn Off the top of my head, I m not sure what exactly you might have done except to run too much too soon. So, it s possible that you have an injury related to overtraining and over use. Since I m not a doctor, I say that s the first place you...

Jogging & Running: breathing technique, little more clarity, assics
little more clarity, assics, good shoes: Hi Richard The two missing ingredients to drop your time is one longer run of one hour easy to moderate.Number two is you need longer intervals of 400 meters,800 meters,1600 meters.The sprints are doing nothing for you.So here it is Richard. 1 day go 1hour...

Jogging & Running: definite injury just below ball of calf, epson salt bath, vitc
epson salt bath, vitc, eliptical: Hi Craig You have to treat this serious or you could be in for some serious down time and major rehabbing.I would just bite the bullet and not run and hit the stationary bike for six weeks to maintain your fitness.No eliptical.You want to spend a lot of time...

Jogging & Running: Bilateral Hip pain after running, gluteal muscles, heather
Jogging & Running: Bilateral Hip pain after running, gluteal muscles, heather, diagnosis

Jogging & Running: Leg going numb, creatine, numbness
Jogging & Running: Leg going numb, creatine, numbness, circulation

Jogging & Running: HS XC, speedwork, varsity letter
speedwork, varsity letter, inclement weather: It s better to ask your coach, who s had more experience with what you re capable of. I don t even have a timeline here, other than guessing you have about a month left to reach this goal. Keep in mind that courses are varied in their terrains, inclines/declines,...

Jogging & Running: iliac crest pain when running, iliac crest pain, cross country season
iliac crest pain, cross country season, would like more information: Alex, I ll need just a bit more information from you. Does it hurt when you lift your knee in the air like you re marching? How about if you lift your leg straight out to the side? Are there any movements that irritate it other than running? I m inclined...

Jogging & Running: jogging, energy reserve, hitting the wall
energy reserve, hitting the wall, glucose: Hi, Kim There are a few reasons why your legs feel like lead. The usual cause is something called lactic acid build-up. That happens when your body has used all of its stored glycogen (the glucose energy you get from food, particularly carbs) and is trying...

Jogging & Running: The Knee, frozen veggies, old shoes
frozen veggies, old shoes, foam roller: Hi Dutch, Well, it doesn t seem that anything you re doing, other than maybe running in old shoes, is setting you up for injury. Right now, I would not see a doctor for this. I would concentrate on 2 things. First is ice. I would try to ice your knee...

Jogging & Running: My Knee!!, mri scan, minicus
mri scan, minicus, running home: Hi Sam You mentioned clicking and locking up which tells me that you very likely have an alignment and tracking problem.Based on your information and your activities this is my recommendation which if you choose to follow i feel you will see some good results.You...

Jogging & Running: Knee Burning, brand new bike, sprint triathlon
brand new bike, sprint triathlon, strengthening exercises: Ashley, I still believe chondromalacia is the culprit as it often presents with only symptoms of burning in the absence of true pain. Other possibilities could include irritation of the quadriceps at or near the patellar tendon.....and/or plica, tendonitis,...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, vastus medialis muscle, patellar ligament
vastus medialis muscle, patellar ligament, frozen veggies: Marcus, Sounds like (probably) an acute mild case of patellar tendonitis or (less likely) a very slight tear in your vastus medialis muscle. Either way, it sounds like you re smart to be conservative. You re marathon training is behind you now and now...

Jogging & Running: Knee Problems, leadville 100 miler, steady pace
leadville 100 miler, steady pace, freshman year: Dan, Every year, there are gentlemen over 70 years old that finish the Leadville 100 miler in Colorado. These guys run 80-150 miles per week and have been doing it for decades. I have tried to learn from these veterans so I can run for decades to come....

Jogging & Running: Knee pains and toe pain, mizuno shoes, getting back in shape
mizuno shoes, getting back in shape, knee pains: Hi Paloma First what your experiencing now on the come back trail is normal.Just don t rush it.The pain in the joint sounds to me like a neuroma(pinch neve).One of the causes could be your running shoes are to tight and your foot has no room to expand on...

Jogging & Running: Knee Surgery back to running, dislocated knee cap, yoga instructors
dislocated knee cap, yoga instructors, work ethic: Hi Michelle You could have some Chodromalacia,but you really have to really focus on correcting the cause and of your stability,alignment,tracking.I have copied some case histories.prescription to take care of it and testimonials for your consideration if...

Jogging & Running: Leg going numb, lower back injuries, restricting blood flow
lower back injuries, restricting blood flow, lower extremities: Bill, This is a very tough question. Numbness in the quads, calves, shins, and feet is pretty rare. The typical injuries involving numbness in the lower extremities from running are mortons neuroma (usually isolated to the foot), tarsal tunnel syndrome...

Jogging & Running: Long distance nutrition, low calorie, dtr
low calorie, dtr, cereal: For breakfast, it depends on the distance. If it is 3 miles or under, I would reccomend eating very low calorie, maybe a bananna, apple, some veggies. For the day, really, she shouldn t eat much. If she does this, make sure just a few hours before the meet...

Jogging & Running: Pain in Bone, stress fracture, pain in thigh
stress fracture, pain in thigh, medicine physician: Until you are given a green light to begin running again, your alternatives probably boil down to cycling, swimming, running in a pool, elliptical trainer, rowing machine, or any other exercise that 1) does not hurt your shin, and 2) limits the amount of body...

Jogging & Running: Pain in Bones, pain in thigh, getting into shape
pain in thigh, getting into shape, physical stress: Hi, First off, you re going to hurt if you re in the middle of getting into shape. You need to expect this when you are putting your body in so much stress. I think the pain in your lower legs will eventually fade. This takes time, and it will, in your...

Jogging & Running: Program for runners knee recovery?, runners knee, walking up stairs
runners knee, walking up stairs, yoga instructors: Hi Marc If you have any questions in regards to this information just get in touch or call if you like. All the best John Hi Pettina Just what i thought.I have copied a recent case history on the problem and a prescription on how to take care...

Jogging & Running: RE : JOGGING IN THYROID PATIENT, medicinenet com, thyroid patient
medicinenet com, thyroid patient, pls advice: Hi Carol First i m not a doctor and all be it i can cover many many topics,but this is beyond my knowledge base and i would not want to offer any oppion.I have given you a website for further info for you to brouse.Go to the medical portion of this site and...

Jogging & Running: Runner's knee, runners knee, walking up stairs
runners knee, walking up stairs, yoga instructors: Hi Claire If you have any questions just get in touch. Hi Pettina Just what i thought.I have copied a recent case history on the problem and a prescription on how to take care of it with some follow up testimonials from scott lowell and another...

Jogging & Running: your response to the HS cross country runners who were dry heaving during their races, cross country runners, dry heave
cross country runners, dry heave, race pace: Hey, I think you might have sent this question to the wrong person, I never helped you out before on this, but here s what I have. Does this happen during training? I find it very odd that this happens just the way it sounds. If this only happens during...

Jogging & Running: runnig machine, foot positions, elliptical machine
foot positions, elliptical machine, elliptical trainers: I m not a fan of the elliptical trainers because of their unnatural movements that they put people through. As you mentioned, with different foot positions, its easier or harder to do. Usually, feet are recommended to be flat on the pedal, in order to engage...

Jogging & Running: Sharp pain above my knee, scar tissue, supinate
scar tissue, supinate, quadricep: I would ice your knee 2-3 times /day. Then, I would self-massage, really get on your knee and deeply rub the area that hurts, this will be pretty painful. Sounds like you ve developed an acute tendinitis or bursitis. You re goal is to get the inflammation...

Jogging & Running: Shoes, good shoes, best bet
good shoes, best bet, thanks in advance: Your best bet is to go to a store, try them on, and see which ones fit your foot well, and your budget, too. It all depends on how it fits on your feet, first of all. Therefore, it would be unwise for me to suggest any brand or model of such brands, because...

Jogging & Running: Side of Knee Pain, common running injuries, isotonic contractions
common running injuries, isotonic contractions, frozen veggies: Hello, Knee pain is complex are may be due to a number of reasons. Assuming there was no traumatic injury that initially caused pain, chronic pain on the inside of the kneecap in a runner is usually due to chondromalacia or runners knee . Typical symptoms...

Jogging & Running: Sore right foot, speed work, uneven surface
speed work, uneven surface, 12th july: Hi Rachel Good description.I don t think it is plantar fasciitis.I think you strained some of the ligaments surrounding the ankle.I just can t tell how bad or how many.You can google ankle and get a good look.You also could of dropped your arch a bit.The...

Jogging & Running: shin splints and running, tibial stress fracture, frozen veggies
tibial stress fracture, frozen veggies, stress syndrome: Hello, the combination of extra weight and a new running regimen is a recipe for tibial stress syndrome. I m not sure how far you are running at a time, but I would use a run/walk regimen....maybe 2 minutes running, then 2 minutes walking, etc. I m willing...

Jogging & Running: shins are killing me, tibial stress syndrome, stress fracture
tibial stress syndrome, stress fracture, soft surfaces: richard, It sounds like you have a type of shin splits known as medial tibial stress syndrome. Most common causes of this are a sudden increase in running, running on hard surfaces, and overpronation. You should ensure that those Nike s are OK for your...

Jogging & Running: Very sick after race runs, half marathons, intermediate runner
half marathons, intermediate runner, marathon race: Hi, Stephanie I have a half marathon next week and I ve not been at my best -- but then again, I m really slow! I would say that initially it could be from not being hydrated enough and running too fast. We all start off faster at a race than when...

Jogging & Running: speed v time, eddie chan, workouts
eddie chan, workouts, slower pace: You d have to be more defined on the definitions of faster pace & slower pace , but in general, you d get more bang for your buck with a faster, shorter run, because fat loss is greater after such runs, and faster/shorter workouts are also more beneficial...

Jogging & Running: speed v time, vo2 max, good cardio workout
vo2 max, good cardio workout, cardio workouts: If your goal is to slim down AND keep your cardiovascular system healthy, then you are definitely doing okay. Only in your tempo runs, I would recommend the ratio of slow running time to fast running time should be much less. You can t really run that second...

Jogging & Running: speed v time, vo2 max, intensity exercise
vo2 max, intensity exercise, minute miler: Hello, yes, a typical workout would be a 10-minute easy jog (warmup), then 20 minutes of hard running (tempo)...not as hard as you can, but fast enough that it would be very difficult to hold a conversation with someone, then a 10-minute easy jog to finish...

Jogging & Running: Can I still run ?, heart desires, straight legs
heart desires, straight legs, streching: The answer is yes, if you want to make your knee weaker, your recovery to be prologued, and the pain to worsen. Sure, you can still run, in a matter of time, but it also depends on how much work you will be willing to do to keep it rested. What you probably...

Jogging & Running: Throwing up during race, time harrison, freshman year
time harrison, freshman year, dear john: Hi Harrison This is more commom then you think.As far as diet i can t tell if that is a factor since i don t no when you and what you eat prior to race and night before.Your body has built in defenses to protect you as i describe in the following inquiry...

Jogging & Running: Tips for Jogging- Astama patient, correct diagnosis, morning times
correct diagnosis, morning times, corticosteroid: Good morning, which treatment do you mean? I assume that you have seen a doctor recently and he diagnosed you with asthma instead of assuming its a carry over from childhood. If this is the case, the most common treatments are usually periodic shots with...

Jogging & Running: Abdominal pain when running, tendon pain, doing sit ups
tendon pain, doing sit ups, abdominal muscles: I think May is a very reasonable goal. It s hard for me to say whether it is a normal weakness pain, a pulled muscle or tendon pain, or a cut up muscle pain. It s hard for me to just be thinking about trying to run after your muscle has been cut open like...

Jogging & Running: Building legs up by Running, running to lose weight, mintues
running to lose weight, mintues, footpath: Hi Chantelle Not true CHATELLE.....Go run outdoors and the longer you run the more it is going to happen.Your legs are going to get very sexy with your new program.To lose weight you have to burn off more than you put in.It is that simple Chantelle.If you...

Jogging & Running: chondo patella, proper shoes, yoga instructors
proper shoes, yoga instructors, scott lowell: Hi Nick If you follow this program and have a great,great deal of patience and are consistent with your workouts.You will be as good as new.This has worked with many many individuals.If you have and questions just get in touch Nick. All the best John...

Jogging & Running: Abdominal pain when running, running club, abdominal pain
Jogging & Running: Abdominal pain when running, running club, abdominal pain, second opinion

Jogging & Running: Groin pain AFTER run, groin strain, change of direction
Jogging & Running: Groin pain AFTER run, groin strain, change of direction, pilates

Jogging & Running: Jock strap for jogging?, spandex, jock
Jogging & Running: Jock strap for jogging?, spandex, jock, softball

Jogging & Running: Stationary Bike and other gym sessions, stretching exercises, resistance training
Jogging & Running: Stationary Bike and other gym sessions, stretching exercises, resistance training, knee problems

Jogging & Running: Toning my bum through jogging, contrary to popular belief, muscle mass
Jogging & Running: Toning my bum through jogging, contrary to popular belief, muscle mass

Jogging & Running: My first 5K, joan benoit samuelson, elite level
joan benoit samuelson, elite level, finish time: Hi Gail Congratulations, and i m so happy to hear your hooked.If you want to maximize your running then i would get outside and drop the gym work.You can always go back to the gym if you want a break.I do phone coaching all over the usa and abroad if you...

Jogging & Running: Groin pain AFTER run, groin pain, strength work
groin pain, strength work, rubber track: Right off the bat all I can say is to see a doctor. This isn t a normal running thing, it sounds like something is wrong with you. Just to throw in something about your training; maybe you need less straight running and more strength training to compensate...

Jogging & Running: gagging and throwing up only when doing soccer sprints, dry heaves, protein sources
dry heaves, protein sources, ruffage: Hi Ann You don t need medicine.You have to treat the cause of the problem and not with medicine.One thing kids and others in general do is not eating an easy digestible meal far enough out from performing at a very high level such as the sprints.I would recommend...

Jogging & Running: heart rate while running, heart rate monitor, long slow distance
heart rate monitor, long slow distance, half marathon: The only way your heart rate is less at x distance is if your body adjusts to the pace, distance, speed; in other words, getting better. When you ve trained for long enough, your heart rate will start going down on this 6 mile run because you ve more endurance,...

Jogging & Running: Jock strap for jogging?, champion c9, spandex shorts
champion c9, spandex shorts, jock straps: Okay, Well I used to wear spandex every time I ran. It really compacts the junk, and makes you feel more secure. You can find a pair of them, they re used more in biking. Here are a couple of websites. http://www.abc-of-running.com/shopitems/shorts/corelycra-mens-shorts.asp...

Jogging & Running: Knee clicking, meniscus tear, runners knee
meniscus tear, runners knee, knee clicking: Hey, Sorry for the drought. First off, forget all this tearing and ACL crap. It s because of overuse, and you haven t completely torn anything or have some terminal problem. What you need to do is rest. Wrap up that knee pretty straight, but give it enough...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain=Job Loss, workout schedule, exotic dancer
workout schedule, exotic dancer, vice grip: Hi Rebecca I believe base on what your telling me that you have a tracking and alignment situation.I have found out over many years that the stationary bike for aprox 45 minutes on med tension high 90rpm as often as you can really does a great job in correcting...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pains during Peak training run with 9 days till Marathon, disney marathon, salt baths
disney marathon, salt baths, peak training: Hi John I would just go out for walks for 30 to 40 minutes sat,sun.mon.tue,wed.thur 20 min light jog,fri 15min light jog sat OFF sun Marathon.Don t use the braces any more.Take 2 epson salt baths today sat and sunday for 25 minutes 4cups in hot bath.All your...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, light jogging, core work
light jogging, core work, knee cap: Hi Justin First you have to have patience on your come back or you will pay for it.You do have some chondromalacia issues working along with tracking and alignment which is common but you have to keep ahead of the all the situations that arise and build into...

Jogging & Running: mor Knee problems, lack of motivation, hyalgan
lack of motivation, hyalgan, chondromalacia: Hi Derrick I have very good reason to be optimistic because i was my own first client years ago and fixed my chondromalacia myself because i could not find a doctor who could give me straight answers.The list is to long to mention,but it did include operation.I...

Jogging & Running: muscle strain??, false sense of security, whole rest
false sense of security, whole rest, muscle strain: Hi Lisa I do not recommend any meds,because they just mask the problem with a false sense of security.You must always treat the cause of the problem.It is very possible that when you twisted your ankle you created some alignment and tracking problems with...

Jogging & Running: New to running, cross country
cross country: I think it s great. But you might figure out what level you re on first. Don t try to do this if you may have the ability to go out and run 3 miles. If you can go out and run 3 miles, you re going to have to need a different schedule. Also keep in mind...

Jogging & Running: Nutrition/Diet, good fats, nutrition diet
good fats, nutrition diet, specific foods: Hi G Being a vegetarian will not have any effect on sprinting if that is your choice.Go for it and enjoy and maybe some of your friends will join you when you become successful.No specific foods to enhance performance other than making sure your protein and...

Jogging & Running: Perifrormis and hamstring injury, foam roller, gluts
foam roller, gluts, google: Hi Lynn This appears to be sciatica based on what your describing.The easy way to get a good overview which would take me a very long email which i m not great at and you can target and pin point the various opinions.GOOGLE Sciatica.If you have other questions...

Jogging & Running: Proper way to land, air force basic training, those bones
air force basic training, those bones, undue stress: Yes, it will better your running in every way. And yes, you can correct this. What should happen naturally, is your foot should first strike behind your last four toes, (mostly behind the last two)on all those bones there. Not on your toes, though. The...

Jogging & Running: painfull knee, heart rate zone, target weight
heart rate zone, target weight, lifting weights: Hi Ken It is very possible,but since you just started a new program it is very possible it could be alignment and a tracking situation.Most of the symptoms associated with Chondromalacia is discomfort under knee cap and pain walking up and down stairs.Regardless...

Jogging & Running: Stationary Bike and other gym sessions, patellofemoral syndrome, leg weights
patellofemoral syndrome, leg weights, runners knee: Hi, I don t think ortothics will do any good with knee pain. I think you need to get away from them. From what I know, they need to be used when you have foot problems, not knee problems. If you start training with them, your knees might get adjusted to them...

Jogging & Running: shaping lower legs, skinny legs, weird type
skinny legs, weird type, ankles: Hi Dora Running is fantastic for the legs,but it takes time to see results and certain parts get results quicker.You just have to be patient.You didn t mention how many days you jog,so i ll just say the more you do the faster you receive the results.One month...

Jogging & Running: sore knees, runners knee, sore knees
runners knee, sore knees, jump roping: Yes, ace bandage will work. But go to wal mart and find the sports wrap that s adhesive. It will be brown and not as cottonish as the ace. Your goal is to wrap them up so they are as straight as possible, so you can recover at work by minimal knee movement....

Jogging & Running: spinning and chondromalacia, chondomalacia, yoga instructors
chondomalacia, yoga instructors, excessive exercise: Hi Helen The spinning is good for your knees and any soreness probably is just your musculature is just adapting to a new level of stress.Not worst Helen.I have put together and copied some case history of people with Chondomalacia that i have worked with...

Jogging & Running: Toning my bum through jogging, best bet, lunges
best bet, lunges, squats: The treadmill alone won t build any muscle mass to tone your bum any. Squats & lunges are your best bet. Running in conjunction with it won t inhibit anything for you, other than help you burn off more body fat throughout your body, which helps for appearance...

Jogging & Running: Training and cramping help, long distance runner, cardiovascular system
long distance runner, cardiovascular system, cramp: Hey, The answer is quite simple. Your cardiovascular system is just dirty. The best and easiest, probably ONLY thing you can do, is to start training every other day, and when you feel this cramp in the middle of your run, keep running. Run until you are...

Jogging & Running: training for a race, race question, jump roping
race question, jump roping, handfuls: Hey again. Rest today and tomorrow. Saturday and Sunday. You have to make sure your body is fully recovered because of your previous training. Don t get fat tomorrow though. Feel free to shoot me any more questions if you have any throughout the week. ...

Jogging & Running: Vomiting and Aching Legs During Jogging, carbohydrate stores, sore stomach
carbohydrate stores, sore stomach, increasing metabolism: I think you may not be getting enough sugars via the raisins to get you jumpstarted for your morning jogs. Some people can run okay on an empty stomach, others need some fast-acting sugars, like a sports drink, to get a quicker start to the run. Your...

Jogging & Running: Beginning Runner., running marathon, albuquerque new mexico
running marathon, albuquerque new mexico, runners world: Hi Leanna The only program i would recommend is the one i offer which i do over the phone and email.There are many books, and runners world has info on that sort of thing.The biggest problem is none of them talk to you when you need immediate advice such...

Jogging & Running: Bigger Leg Muscles and Weight Gain, leg muscles, strange phenomenon
leg muscles, strange phenomenon, whole grains: Hi Laura, I would recommend buying a body fat scale. Body weight is notoriously unreliable to assess leanness. This way, if you lose or gain 5 pounds, you will have a clear understanding of the composition of that weight. Gaining 5 pounds from lean mass...

Jogging & Running: Breathing through nose or mouth while jogging, optimal breathing, breathing pattern
optimal breathing, breathing pattern, personal records: Hi Flora Don t get caught up in any breathing nose or mouth science etc.Just breath and enjoy your run or walk.Your breathing will feel most comfortable when your walking or running in a very comfortable relaxed rhythm and as you move quicker you will start...

Jogging & Running: Chondromalacia, lower backache, wrong diagnosis
lower backache, wrong diagnosis, albuquerque new mexico: Hi Jenice The absolutely one thing you have to understand and believe in order to correct your situation is a world class work ethic and consistency and a great great deal of patience and with that vision and staying in contact with me YOU WILL BE 100% over...

Jogging & Running: Chondromalacia patella, albuquerque new mexico, conclusive answers
albuquerque new mexico, conclusive answers, scott lowell: Hi Lisa Yes it is true i did have the problem years ago and had to rehab it my self cause i could not find a doctor to give any conclusive answers and one wanted to operate.So i hit the med books and after 8 months i fixed it and no problems since.I have...

Jogging & Running: calf pain, labral tear, calf pain
labral tear, calf pain, gastroc: Hi Bec Everything in the body is connected in some way and when your injured in one area the body starts compensating right away ever so slightly.I don t think nerve damage is the culprit.It is hard to pin point the situation.All injuries are directly related...

Jogging & Running: calories vs metabolism, moderate pace, calorie reduction
moderate pace, calorie reduction, whish: Hi Joy When your short on time,increasing the intensity produces a high calorie reduction.When you have more time you can go a little slower,or go longer and harder to accelerate your situation.Walking will probably at a moderate pace give you about 25% less...

Jogging & Running: Foot pain, pain in the sole, defensive medicine
pain in the sole, defensive medicine, those shoes: Hi Stuart You have all the symptoms of a neuroma which is not serious and the most common cause from runners is shoes to tight with no room for the foot to expand spread on empact especially in the toe box.I had it my self years ago.Take a good close look...

Jogging & Running: Muscle cramps early in marathon, first marathon, question thanks
Jogging & Running: Muscle cramps early in marathon, first marathon, question thanks, layman

Jogging & Running: Too heavy to play?, ligaments tendons, steady heart
ligaments tendons, steady heart, heart rhythm: Hi Vanessa First i would say i think he needs to lose about 601bs.Next his diet of all that meat fat etc,i like to see his cholesteterol.The best diet is just a well balance meal of carbs quality source of protein and vegies with olive oil.He should get rid...

Jogging & Running: Knee inury, necessary insurance, stationary bike
necessary insurance, stationary bike, rehab program: Hi Meghan Can t possibly tell you what you injured specifically since you damaged a number of supporting structures,but it does not appear you have done any major damage.It was a lot of trauma to many tendons,ligaments, muscles,disruption of tracking and...

Jogging & Running: Muscle cramps early in marathon, muscle cramps, endurance sports
muscle cramps, endurance sports, first marathon: Hi Beth Considering your position as a Medical Doctor and the need to get a very in depth history of a situation to make a very focused and informed decision,is it possible to discuss this situation with you over the phone.I m in the same business and need...

Jogging & Running: Overweight beginner runner, couch to 5k program, overweight beginner
couch to 5k program, overweight beginner, beginner runner: Hi Julie Yes the seat height does make a difference.The work and how you feel is being done with the quadricepts about 4 to 5 inches above the top of the Knee cap.This should get you seated properly.You need to stick to a up right bike for rehabb,but to burn...

Jogging & Running: Pain behind the knee, plantaris tendon, achilles tendon
plantaris tendon, achilles tendon, muscle kind: Hi Tristan It appears to me based on your description that it could be a strained plantaris or slight pull.The tendon goes down to the heel.You should lightly stretch your achilles tendon.You should ice it as often as you can and back off your training a...

Jogging & Running: Pain in legs, half marathon, knee cap
half marathon, knee cap, vit c: Hi Prakhar It appears to be based on your description patellar tendonitis if it is just about 1 inch below kneecap or shin splints if it is about 6 inches below the knee cap to the right or left if left leg.Both adapt over time,but ice as often as you can...

Jogging & Running: Pain in quadriceps, cross country team, left hand side
cross country team, left hand side, quadricep: Hi Jasmine With out knowing the pin point location it is hard which part of the quad your having problems with,so to save time for you to get to the bottom of this i would recommend you google (pain in quadricep} and there you can find many articles,and...

Jogging & Running: Post-running Knee Pain, supportive shoes, albuquerque new mexico
supportive shoes, albuquerque new mexico, mile pace: Hi Heather First to answer your direct question she is close on the femoral syndrome and tendonitis but that is not the problem.Her course of treatment is non sense and to recommend any kind of meds especially a specific brand such as a newer anti inflammatory...

Jogging & Running: pain during running!, skeleton system, protonation
skeleton system, protonation, drest: Hi Caroline What is going on is pretty much normal start up situations.There is nothing serious about what is acting up.For all your situations ice them as often as you can to reduce inflammation,but the very most important thing with out question as you...

Jogging & Running: pain on the right knee, stationary bike, alignment
stationary bike, alignment: Hi Brian It could be just an alignment and tracking problem,or possible it band problem but with out a more in depth back round on how it and when it happen and how long you have had it i can t pin point it.You can try some stationary bike and see if that...

Jogging & Running: persistent knee pain stopped me cold, upper thighs, loose rocks
upper thighs, loose rocks, knee motion: Hi S Your description is pretty intense,but very hard to figure out.I would need to ask you a lot a questions to properly diagnose your situation and recommend some rehabbing.Would it be possible for you to call me here in albuquerque at 505 271 5909 from...

Jogging & Running: popping knee, la marathon, stationary bike
la marathon, stationary bike, workouts: Hi Celest You should take care of your knee or it will progress over time,but not a permanent problem as long as you take care of it.Most likely a tracking and alignment situation.I recommend you do some stationary bike workouts a few times a week working...

Jogging & Running: post running coldness, olympic gold medal, resting heart rate
olympic gold medal, resting heart rate, good fats: Hi Don First congratulation on your fitness level.Keep up the great work and keep training properly for the next marathon.Sweating a lot during any run of any distance is a world class sign of fabulous conditioning.It is the bodies natural way of cooling...

Jogging & Running: running, steady pace, hi adam
steady pace, hi adam, stationary bike: Hi Adam Probably nothing serious but without knowing what pace or incline or duration i would just back off a little and do some stationary bike workouts and then get back on.It good be a number of things but with out a more precise pin point of the situation...

Jogging & Running: running, training for a half marathon, london marathon
training for a half marathon, london marathon, skeleton system: Hi Ann That tells me you are in great shape,because if you hadn t put in that kind of consistent work ethic you probably wouldn t of finished the 10.5.It takes time for the muscular skeleton system to adapt to be able to run 10.5 miles and with what you have...

Jogging & Running: weightloss, overweight adult, exercise schedule
overweight adult, exercise schedule, varicose veins: Hi Carly It wouldn t be dangerous as long as you don t rush it and just work into it gradually.I would start with a light jog walk program alternating back and fourth as you feel working your way up to 1hr and often as you want to get out the door.Just have...

Jogging & Running: Aerobics, commercial traveller, body exercise
commercial traveller, body exercise, running on the spot: Hi Terry I can t think of anything other than the usual that your already doing except maybe running in hallways if they have any.I would think just doing some short intervals of 50 to to 100 meters right next to the place your staying would be safe and work...

Jogging & Running: Cardio (running), high intensity weight training, life style change
high intensity weight training, life style change, involuntary muscles: Hi Gary 1st answer is running does burn fat and jogging and running are the same and fast walking will burn fat but not as fast as running.There basic explanation is correct except the 20 minutes situation.You progress as you feel comfortable to move forward.This...

Jogging & Running: Chronic Knee pain for nearly a year, chronic knee pain, half marathons
chronic knee pain, half marathons, necessary answers: Hi Caroline The best way to connect now is to go to my web site and contact page for email and phone.I m available from 6am to 9pm,but probably the best way is for you to let me know what time is best for me to call you.This way we we won t be playing tag.If...

Jogging & Running: cramps, painful cramps, google
painful cramps, google, ovaries: Hi Alyssa If it is not directly related to your ovaries which it could be..just google ovaries pain for some read..It could be nutrition related,dehydration,strained or weak abdominal.It is not uncommon when you push hard in a run.Running puts a lot of strain...

Jogging & Running: heart rate and running, lactate threshold, max heart rate
lactate threshold, max heart rate, vascular system: Hi Pax Since your quite new to running your cardiovascular system and arterial network and muscular skeleton is not fully developed and over time your performance will increase.Don t worry about your heart rate,just focus on your training program.Your max...

Jogging & Running: Inside Knee Pain, medial collateral ligament, ligaments and tendons
medial collateral ligament, ligaments and tendons, medial meniscus: Hi Mike First when you say sprint training,do you mean intervals on a 400 meter track?If yes i would strongly advise you to find a place where you can do speed work straight forward back and forth.This will totally reduce quite a number of injuries do to...

Jogging & Running: Knee hurts after jogging, squats and lunges, alignment problem
squats and lunges, alignment problem, albuquerque new mexico: Hi Debra Keep using the bike to correct the tracking and alignment problem your experiencing and have and forget the Wii and all that other stuff.It is kiling you.You have a slight case of chondromalacia which is easy to take care of with no meds if your...

Jogging & Running: Pain in lower front shin area, half marathon, neds
half marathon, neds, shin splints: Hi Denise I don t know what or where 12.5 means or is,so i can t help you on that point,but after the race seems to be Shin splints close to ankle or frontal of femur.Nothing serious,but take some time to let it heal and ice often as you can and add 500mg...

Jogging & Running: Popping/ CLicking Left knee, basketball freak, cotton socks
basketball freak, cotton socks, yoga instructors: Hi ace You have the early stages of chondromalacia,but don t freak out you will be fine with a lot of patience and stick to my program and stay in touch with me on your progress so we can adjust the program. Hi Pettina Just what i thought.I have copied...

Jogging & Running: post half marathon training, marathon time, half marathon
marathon time, half marathon, marathon training: Hi Kim I would give your self another 3 weeks so your body is fully recovered before you start the longer runs.In between just run easy.Without good recovery there is no growth in the muscular skeleton or healing of tissues,tendons,ligaments,collagen.I do...

Jogging & Running: pressure in head while running, sodium intake, moving in the right direction
sodium intake, moving in the right direction, keeping my head: Hi Michael First thing that comes to me is you have pinched some nerves in the the upper part of your spine.Sodium is not the problem.Final answer is at 26 years old your out of shape and at 29 percent you really have to get serious and start a well rounded...

Jogging & Running: Runners Knee, runners knee, concise plan
runners knee, concise plan, albuquerque new mexico: Hi Mary First mary i totally understand how you feel because that was the way i felt 30 years ago and just 8 weeks away from running NYC maranthon shooting for a PR in the low 2:50 and the best shape of my life and then my left knee went one morning on my...

Jogging & Running: Running, over-pronation, leg pain and trainers, albuquerque new mexico, shin pain
albuquerque new mexico, shin pain, running shoes: Hi Sarah A..No no no B..Yes...But i would really have to talk to you to explain the situation and couldn t do it with email since it is to hard to get my thoughts across to resolve the situation for good.I m available 24/7 no charge at 505 271 5909 to discuss...

Jogging & Running: running in cooler temperature, albuquerque new mexico, coast of maine
albuquerque new mexico, coast of maine, cold temperatures: Hi Eric The answer is for all questions is NO...Let me explain.I have been running for 32 years 7 days a week and have run 24 marathons plus probably about 400 shorter races and used to live on the coast of Maine.Bailey island just north of portland about...

Jogging & Running: shoes, salt baths, jogging shoes
salt baths, jogging shoes, hole body: Hi Traci Buy a running shoe.They are designed a little different and you should be able to find a good pair around $60.00.You have a little bit of shin splints which is just inflammation of the muscle tissue surrounding the bone.It will go away in time.Here...

Jogging & Running: sore feet, ligaments tendons, skeleton system
ligaments tendons, skeleton system, preventive work: Hi Kevin There comes time in all athletes sport and program where the bodies muscular skeleton system with all the ligaments,tendons,starts breaking down along with some tracking and alignment situations.This is not unusual and doesn t seem to serious, but...

Jogging & Running: uphill running, runners world, cardiologist
runners world, cardiologist, serge: Hi Serge Never heard anything like that.Distance runners world wide are running hills as part of there preparations for years.I would say don t worry,but if you want to check with a cardiologist it wouldn t hurt.You could fine one on this site i think.I would...

Jogging & Running: Abdominal cramps/Speed problem, minute mile pace, mile completion
minute mile pace, mile completion, abdominal cramps: Hi Stephen It is quite simple,you have to train more.28 is not old but over time you lose it.2x3 times a week will keep you some what fit,but 4x5 times a week before a test is not enough time for the body to absorb the training.The landing on the front part...

Jogging & Running: cardio work out, heart wise, wise health
heart wise, wise health, health wise: Hi Garrett The number one thing that your doing right is getting it done 5 to 6 days a week.Your heart does not know whether your on a treadmill or the roads.The most important thing is fit it in when you can with your schedule.Consistency is the most important...

Jogging & Running: health, cardiovascular efficiency, stroke risk
cardiovascular efficiency, stroke risk, elimination process: Hi junnaid The list of health benefits is so long that i wouldn t be able to cover all,so i will just give you the key ones. 1..It strengthens your heart 2..improves cardiovascular efficiency 3..improves blood pressure 4..reduces heart attack and stroke...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, alignment issues, yoga instructors
alignment issues, yoga instructors, newsw: Hi Martin First let me say you should not worry about making a dead line coming back from an injury because nobody has that answer including the doctor.Your body is the only one who will tell you when it is ready to return based on some testing your problems...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain (Patella), physical theraphy, knee pain
physical theraphy, knee pain, weird thing: Hi Arum I really need more specific detailed info on what happened to your knee and what kind of therapy and what was the diagnosis.Get me this info and we will pick it up from here.If you want to call me here in albuquerque NM just go to my site for contact...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, cross country runner, high school cross country
cross country runner, high school cross country, albuquerque nm: Hi Alessandra The bottom line is you know there is a problem because your having a lot of discomfort.Doing nothing is not an option.It has to be corrected.It will not go away by it self.I gave you some information on my thoughts and offered the opportunity...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, collateral ligament, left hand corner
collateral ligament, left hand corner, muscles tendons: Hi Marsella No need to apologize to anybody on your english.That is there problem.I m sure your doing your best.You will be fine in time and will be able to play soccer again,but you have to give it time to heal and then start rehabbing it to strengthen the...

Jogging & Running: Another 'knee pain' question, proper diagnosis, knee pain
proper diagnosis, knee pain, height weight: Hi Kevin I need a lot more detailed info and your bio,height weight age etc. from your past history of running and your past and present program to identify and make a proper diagnosis.Get me this info and we will pick it up from here. All the best ...

Jogging & Running: Lingering Knee Pain, cortisone shots, mile pace
cortisone shots, mile pace, scott lowell: Hi Gary Based on what your telling me and your description i think you probably have some chondromalacia issues which can be corrected with a great deal of patience and consistent rehabbing.I have copied some case history with advice how to take care of it...

Jogging & Running: Running Phlegm, albuquerque nm, serious health
albuquerque nm, serious health, health problem: Hi Alyssa welcome back First don t get alarmed, It is not a serious health problem just a reaction with your diet hydration and life style.The answer is you have to listen to the body talk or ask me because the body talks to you and it is your job to interpred...

Jogging & Running: running/marathon, running marathon, half marathon
running marathon, half marathon, time future: Hi Chandra Absolutely not.It is not that you might not be able to,but the long term damage you could do not knowing your age could have many long term effects.It is not worth it for your long time future potential.Just the thought that you would ask me this...

Jogging & Running: running in place, training for a half marathon, ligament strain
training for a half marathon, ligament strain, elliptical cross trainer: Hi Katherine First happy holidays to you and a very successful 2010 and beyond.The best thing you can do if you can t run is to utilize the stationary bike and elliptical cross trainer which you can do any kind of workout with that you can outdoors running.The...

Jogging & Running: Swollen knee, doing weights, free weights
doing weights, free weights, swollen knee: Hi Shane It seems like a little tracking and alignment issue from the clicking with a little bursitis and bursa irritation.It is to complicated to express in a email,so i recommend you google..SWOLLEN KNEE BURSA..with a lot of articles and pictures.I,m quite...

Jogging & Running: Children's Track, muscular endurance, leg muscles
muscular endurance, leg muscles, ankle weights: Yes, it will definitely do harm to him. Firstly, as you point out, he s 12. His body is still growing. Running and making sure he gets adequate rest is one thing, but wearing ankle weights is another. It tears up his legs unnessicarily. I wouldn t reccomend...

Jogging & Running: Do different types of running determine muscle size?, muscular legs, losing muscle
muscular legs, losing muscle, mileages: Not sure how to answer this, as I feel that legs can only build up so much from running, and they do so by adapting to the exercise demands placed upon it. What I m saying is that if one was to body build , they wouldn t pick running as the choice to improve...

Jogging & Running: Do different types of running determine muscle size?, long distance runners, leg muscles
Jogging & Running: Do different types of running determine muscle size?, long distance runners, leg muscles, anaerobic exercise

Jogging & Running: Kidding Myself?, maladies, good stick
Jogging & Running: Kidding Myself?, maladies, good stick

Jogging & Running: Back of knee pain from Half-Marathon Training, half marathon, wednesday 7
Jogging & Running: Back of knee pain from Half-Marathon Training, half marathon, wednesday 7, long distance

Jogging & Running: heart beat chart, resting heart rates, heart beats
resting heart rates, heart beats, workout routine: I personally dislike going by heart rate charts, because the science of them is way off and they don t account much for the individual s past & current exercise habits. The heart rate maximum s are usually figured out to be 220 minus your age, then multiplying...

Jogging & Running: Jogging and Children, workout intensities, heart rate monitor
workout intensities, heart rate monitor, running on a treadmill: I m not sure how great it would be to worry about heart rates with her jogging, as I imagine it doesn t last too long? Usually kids will tire out quickly if their heart rates become too high, and they ll back off. It is more important not to push too much...

Jogging & Running: Jogging Related Questions, mild hypertension, great fitness
mild hypertension, great fitness, fitness routine: Thanks for a well organized question! 1. That s exactly what it means. It s harder to lose weight while you re older, and half the answer is diet. Most people only do one half. Either exercise without dieting, or dieting without exercising. But when you...

Jogging & Running: Kidding Myself?, sore ankles, improving fitness
sore ankles, improving fitness, best exercise: At your age, is probably best to do what feels better for you to do. Since you have bothersome joints & issues with running, perhaps its not the best exercise you can do for your body. If being on a bike is better for you and a lot less impact, its better...

Jogging & Running: Knee Problem, runners knee, pain thanks
runners knee, pain thanks, knee problem: I really don t think stretching had anything to do with it. Stretching helps prevent it, and you couldn t have gotten too much stretching. The only way is if you were doing some pretty strenuous stretching, and you don t sound like a complete lunatic to me...

Jogging & Running: Back of knee pain from Half-Marathon Training, google images, beginner runner
google images, beginner runner, pop sensation: Hi Ben It is hard to pin point,but you need to do a process of eliminating what it isn t with google images and diagnosis.It takes time.I think it is a tendon,but can t put a name on it.I would use a stationary bike to supplement your training to maintain...

Jogging & Running: Lower 5K time., muscle efficiency, muscle cramps
muscle efficiency, muscle cramps, 5k training: You re just going to have to work at it. It isn t as if you gained weight or anything, you just lost a little endurance because of the long rest period. If you can run, if your ankle is healed, then start running again. You might get muscle cramps after the...

Jogging & Running: Marathon training program for teen athlete, marathon training programs, marathon training program
marathon training programs, marathon training program, teen athlete: Are you tiring and using your body a lot during the four hours? What kind of gymnastics do you do? Making a schedule for yourself while training 4 days per week is going to be a task. The days that you have off might be greatly needed as rest days. If I...

Jogging & Running: medical check-up, athletic background, minimal complications
athletic background, minimal complications, proper ratio: Hi Roman The chances are microscopic that you will have a heart attack,but have a good look at some indicators is a smart move.First thing is to check with your family history such as your mother father uncle aunt.Some of the things you could discuss with...

Jogging & Running: Plantar fasciitis, half marathons, exercise bike
half marathons, exercise bike, sport injuries: Hi Michele Go with the elliptical if you don t have access to a bike.As far as running the race,i think if you taped your foot you could avoid some of the stretching of the fascia.I would also spread a little vaseline over the foot before you tape it,but...

Jogging & Running: Questions about Jogging, mild hypertension, great fitness
mild hypertension, great fitness, fitness routine: Hi Anil Questions 1..Your diet is critical when your trying to lose weight.You only burn aprox.100cal per mile and a little less walking.3500 calories in one pound. 2..You are working a good schedule now.Just jog at an easy comfortable pace regardless of...

Jogging & Running: Run Times, serious training, 5km
serious training, 5km, couple times: It s very possible that the hour of cricket that you dod helped your time. Usually people thing that it only gets you tired, but it actaully loosens your body and lowers your heart rate. Your body was warmed up and efficient when you ran this. Eight minutes,...

Jogging & Running: Running, long distances, musculature
long distances, musculature, height weight: Hi Candiss I don t know what your background in athletics or height weight so it is hard to be exact.This is very simple.You just have to get outdoors as often as you can and just jog regardless of how slow your going and little by little your musculature...

Jogging & Running: Running, footwork drills, long distances
footwork drills, long distances, jump roping: If you are getting out of breath, I must ask if you have any pre-existing conditions, such as asthma, which could inhibit your running or any athletics you do. I will also recommend that if you are training for tennis, running long distances will not help...

Jogging & Running: Running, long distances, specific training
long distances, specific training, sixteen years: Your question is a simple one. Work at it. If you asked me about a specific injury, or a specific training schedule, I would write something really wrong. There are so many causes... being out of shape, overweight, and a simple cure for building endurance....

Jogging & Running: Running, school volleyball, getting in shape
school volleyball, getting in shape, overweight girl: Just work at it. Eat right to help you lose weight, and run every other day. If all you can run is 400 meters, then run 400 meters, and walk for a few minutes. Then run some more. It s a really rough workout, but it s what you have to do to lose weight and...

Jogging & Running: Running to slim and tone legs?, slim and tone, treadmill
slim and tone, treadmill, time frame: Hi Jen You will see significant difference over time,but to give you a time frame is not possible since everybody progresses at different rates.If you run more it would accelerate your situation.What i would recommend is to gradually work your way up so your...

Jogging & Running: regular running vs HIIT, hiit workouts, lift weights
hiit workouts, lift weights, free weights: Your 30 minute routine you explained has some error in it, from the way I understand HIIT to be. Most HIIT workouts are basically work hard, then rest, repeat. There is no weight lifting between hard efforts, because then it just becomes a series of hard...

Jogging & Running: Sick of running but...., high intensity workouts, race pace
high intensity workouts, race pace, peak minutes: Running outside is harder than on the treadmill, mainly because you are working against all forces of nature, versus just trying to keep up to a certain speed with no wind resistance. As for your friends: overtraining can cause weight loss or cause it...

Jogging & Running: Sore Knee, orthodics, knee pain
orthodics, knee pain, sore knee: Hi Sandra I really feel you did try to much to soon and your body is reacting.Most injuries are related to alignment and tracking and if you try to push your self to quickly all kind of issues arise.I m not a big fan of orthotics unless absolutely necessary.A...

Jogging & Running: sore knee, runners knee, jump roping
runners knee, jump roping, best bet: Runners knee (patellofemoral syndrome). That s exactly what it is. I struggled with it because I overtrained. There are causes you need to consider. You overtrained, and there are a number of ways that you could have done that; running on too much cement...

Jogging & Running: Thigh compression band, weakness in the legs, marathon races
weakness in the legs, marathon races, upper leg: Hi Patrick I do feel you lost blood flow.My recommendation is fix those hamstrings before you run any more races.You don t want to use crutches of any kind.You want to treat the cause of the problem.Any other questions just get in touch Patrick. All the...