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Jogging & Running: Recovering from chrondomalacia, kneecap pain, vitamin regimen
kneecap pain, vitamin regimen, kneecaps: Hi Matt First is there any chance that we can discuss this over the phone,since the info that can resolve this situation is much easier and i can articulate the prescription modality much more effective verbally?If not i will get to you the info that i have.There...

Jogging & Running: Running?, good fats, quality nutrition
good fats, quality nutrition, nutrition program: Hi Alex A six pack will become very visual when you reduce your body fat assuming you do the necessary work physically and put into practice a very refined nutrition program that is focused on well balanced quality nutrition,protein,carbs,vegies,and good...

Jogging & Running: Running times, good fats, empty stomach
good fats, empty stomach, calorie content: Hi Nicole There is no ideal time to go for a run to improve your health,just when it is convenient and you know you will get it done and reap the benefits.You heard right that running to close to going to bed will keep you up and very alert when you want...

Jogging & Running: runnin', salt baths, cross country runner
salt baths, cross country runner, strength endurance: Hi JU All your strength endurance and speed comes from building a really great foundation first which involves covering higher mileage in the early foundation phase.You have to decide on the weekly how much you can handle.This phase is just easy to moderate...

Jogging & Running: running, high school kids, running tips
high school kids, running tips, grade girl: Hi Shawn Those times are respectable,but your best times if you still enjoy it are 20yrs down the road.The muscular skeleton and energy systems adapt over time so don t rush it.To put your times in perspective,about a month ago a 11 year old 5th grade girl...

Jogging & Running: Sharp stabbing pain in mid calf muscle., sound massage, muscle tear
sound massage, muscle tear, soleus muscle: Hi Tony When you ride the bike just use a medium tension.This is just to get the blood flow going to your calf and to maintain some fitness.Keep up with the ice and forget the hot packs.The hot packs bring blood in to the area.You get enough with out them.Ultra...

Jogging & Running: Sore ankles, knees and lower back, sore ankles, target goals
sore ankles, target goals, ligaments tendons: Hi Shane It appears that you have stayed in pretty good shape over the years with a good variety of activities,but running is another activity just like weights and biking.The common thread on this is they all utilize and have to adapt there muscular skeleton...

Jogging & Running: Sore Knee, downhill stretches, cartillage
downhill stretches, cartillage, google: Hi Sean It would be hard for me to guess with the little description,so what i recommend is go to google and put rectus femoris in for picures and descriptions.That is the muscle you are referring to Sean.That should give you some ideas to your situation....

Jogging & Running: struggling with running, marathon training, muscle gain
marathon training, muscle gain, old stuff: You have a lot of concerns here, and I should say at first that don t be worrying about a marathon right now. Some people just aren t cut out for marathon training distances, just as some folks aren t good at swimming or playing another sport. There s a...

Jogging & Running: Am I stupid?, marine corps marathon, marine corp marathon
marine corps marathon, marine corp marathon, l50: Hi Karl Your age is not a problem and won t be down the road at any age.There are tons of runners 70 and above who are going at it and running marathons and triathlons etc.I personally know quite a number of them.It is all about training and building up properly...

Jogging & Running: Anterior iliac crest pain, iliac crest pain, triathlon events
iliac crest pain, triathlon events, descents: Hi Cynthia It is very hard to pin point the situation,but what causes most problems and injuries over time is alignment and tracking.I have copied a clients question and answer for you to see if there is something you might relate to.You can trace most injuries...

Jogging & Running: Couch to 5k program, school softball team, couch to 5k program
school softball team, couch to 5k program, scott lowell: Hi Gretchen I m very sure based on your description you have a case of chondromalacia.I have copied some case history of individuals and testimonials and prescription to take care of it.If you have any questions on this just get in touch Gretchen. All...

Jogging & Running: Anterior iliac crest pain, iliac crest pain, running sports
Jogging & Running: Anterior iliac crest pain, iliac crest pain, running sports, core work

Jogging & Running: jogging at an old age., progressive realization, photo thanks
progressive realization, photo thanks, power of the mind: Hi Samir First i love the photo.Have never had some one send a photo....THANKS SO MUCH...Great seeing who i m emailing to.Samir age is never an excuse to move to a higher quality of life and enjoyment of the ongoing process and exploring the beyond.The number...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, family doc, scott lowell
family doc, scott lowell, pain in the knees: Hi Carrie If you have a lot of patience and consistently work the rehab you will be fine in time.Everybody heals at different rates based on many factors so i can t give you how long it takes,but i can tell you with out question from individuals i have worked...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, alignment problem, medium tension
alignment problem, medium tension, workout schedule: Hi Annie You have a case of chondromalacia and can be corrected with a consistent workout schedule of 40 minutes to 1 hour of stationary bike with medium tension high rev s 90rpm as often as you can even 7 days a week.Stop all other activities till this is...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain from Running, tendons and ligaments, leg training
tendons and ligaments, leg training, experience pain: Hi Mike Most problems with the knee are directly related to tracking and alignment which leads to chodromalacia.I don t no what your strength training involves as to upper or lower body,but if it is lower body which i think it might be STOP till you get your...

Jogging & Running: new to running.., mirror test, easy jogging
mirror test, easy jogging, jogging program: Hi Adele It is not a about what makes you feel comfortable and your needs,but it is changing what works and gets the results that your willing to focus on and move to a higher level.If you continue to do what you have always have don you will continue to...

Jogging & Running: Running Faster, interval workouts, interval session
interval workouts, interval session, 10k runs: Hi Daniel I would start with 4 and then you can evaluate when you think you can add more.The pace should be solid and in control with good rhythm.Just focus on a good smooth effort and not the time.The tempo runs you just run for time not miles.The miles...

Jogging & Running: Follow-up : Runners Knee details, asics gel cumulus, runners knee
asics gel cumulus, runners knee, rebecca john: Hi Rebecca First thing you want to do is stop running right a way because you are just going to do further damage and will take longer to correct your situation.Next you will be fine over time so don t freak out and get depressed.You will be running again...

Jogging & Running: runner's knee recovery program, yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, program question: Hi Cynthia No recumbent.You should ride stationary bike at medium tension 90 rpm high rev s increasing tension as you get stronger.I would do 45 min to 1 hour as often as you can,even 7 days a week.This has the largest impact on correcting the situation.Also...

Jogging & Running: running, shin splints, shins
shin splints, shins, emil: Hi emil Shin splints is just a weakness of the muscle and over time with consistent workouts will get stronger.You do have shin splints but you can help the recovery process by icing as often as you can especially after your workouts and adding 500mg of vit...

Jogging & Running: running - ankle injury, interval workouts, interval training
interval workouts, interval training, lifting weights: Hi Jill It appears you have some weakest on that side of your body and the alignment and tracking seems to be a little off causing that right ankle to carry more weight.If the interval workouts are being done on a track that could be the problem also and...

Jogging & Running: Stomach Pains after run, honey sandwich, stomach cramps
honey sandwich, stomach cramps, stomach pains: Hi Christina It appears to me it was the food you ate so close to to the start.When you race you want to allow three and a half to four hours and your food intake should consist of a small easily digestible meals such as a little rice, pasta,potatoes,banana....

Jogging & Running: I can't believe my knee starts hurting NOW, vision of victory, skeleton system
vision of victory, skeleton system, supportive husband: Hi Candice Congratulation on your new life.You sound just like me 30 years ago starting out just like what your going threw now.(see my profile and web site).24 marathons and about 600 shorter races and now coaching some of the worlds best distance runners...

Jogging & Running: vomitting after running, high protein foods, john dehart
high protein foods, john dehart, hill workouts: Hi Sharyn There can be any number of things that can cause it,.Diet before and contents of meal would definitely have an effect during a very intense effort of any race distance.It is something all athletes are constantly trying to fine what works with the...

Jogging & Running: vomitting after running always, wheat thins, vomiting center
wheat thins, vomiting center, english muffin: Hi Oliver I don t know what your eating but eating certain foods can really mess you up like meat products and dairy.I would allow 4 hours before and just use a sports bar or some small easily digested food snack in between.I copied an answer from a previous...

Jogging & Running: 1.5 mile beep test, physical fitness test, beep test
physical fitness test, beep test, speed endurance: Hi Rizwan Don t worry your health will come back with some good focused training and great nutrition.I to was a smoker for 13 years and overweight years and started out just like you.Four years from the start of walk jog i was running 7min pace for the full...

Jogging & Running: 100m dash after achilles reconstruction surgery, doing weights, reconstruction surgery
doing weights, reconstruction surgery, easy jogging: Hi Maragarita The only thing i recommend is you just have to gradually work your way back.I think good long walks including a few easy hills from time to time would work in a very specific passive way and then in time you could gradually add some easy jogging...

Jogging & Running: electrolytes, breakfast lunch dinner, electrolyte tablets
breakfast lunch dinner, electrolyte tablets, daily meals: Hi Zac There is no single answer to your situation,but your diet will play a big role in the situation and that is for sure.What i need from you is a complete bio of height weight miles a week you run and a break down of your daily meals for a week,breakfast...

Jogging & Running: Flat feet, nike shoes, supportive shoes
nike shoes, supportive shoes, buying shoes: Hi Sarah You should of kept what you had,as a new runner your muscular skeleton would probably of adapted very nicely.Blisters can be a very normal process as your fascia strengthens in time and the same goes for the muscular skeleton from the stress on all...

Jogging & Running: Foot pain during runs, those shoes, foot plant
those shoes, foot plant, topical pain: Hi Kathy It seems to me it could be your shoes are to tight and there is not enough room for your foot to spread on foot plant width and toe box.check that out closely.Don use meds they just mask what your trying to fix.If you have other questions Kathy...

Jogging & Running: Flat feet, nike
Jogging & Running: Flat feet, nike

Jogging & Running: firm butt, good protein sources, good fats
good protein sources, good fats, quality diet: Hi Shannon It is the best to make it happen and contour it Shannon and best part is if you keep it up which requires consistent work ethic over time you will get a great number of looks and great satisfaction.The best workout to make it happen quick is find...

Jogging & Running: Heal Pain won't go away, lifting weights, work outs
lifting weights, work outs, marathoner: Hi Sonya The one thing your doing running stairs is is not a good thing to do.Biking and swimming are great for your situation.It is a very serious injury which is basically a tearing of the cover of the foot.The most important thing is a great deal of patience.The...

Jogging & Running: HIP PAIN & JOGGING QUESTIONS, family quality, serious training
family quality, serious training, hip pain: Hi Carolyne It doesn t sound anything serious.Training and working out especially when your new to it is all about gradually increasing the overload on the the muscular skeleton and listening to your body talk.Over time you will be stronger.One thing you...

Jogging & Running: High School Running, alpine ski racing, varsity soccer
alpine ski racing, varsity soccer, state runners: Hi Michael I always feel anything is possible if some one is willing to work hard and stay focused on a realistic schedule.It would probably take another year before you could be running in the 17 area,but the only way to find out is just work hard and the...

Jogging & Running: is it all in my head?, intermediate student, albuquerque nm
intermediate student, albuquerque nm, paula radcliffe: Hi Alana Your not wasting my time and it is not a mental problem.There is all levels of of asthmatics and many who compete at a very high level such as Paula Radcliffe who holds the world record in the marathon from england 2:15 and is a friend who trains...

Jogging & Running: Inner Thigh Pain, inner thigh pain, first marathon
inner thigh pain, first marathon, stepping machine: Hi Shannon There is no question that the shoes were very much part of the problem and the store clerk messed up good.The other thing you seem to be getting quite aggressive for someone who just started running in march.I also feel that your muscular skeleton...

Jogging & Running: knee pain while running, alignment problem, best exercise
alignment problem, best exercise, chondromalacia: Hi Duca You have the first sign of chondromalacia which generally in most cases is a tracking and alignment problem and since your involved in a sport with a lot of quick changes in direction at varies speeds this can happen often.The best exercise for this...

Jogging & Running: Lower leg pain, lower leg pain, stress fracture
lower leg pain, stress fracture, shin splints: Hi Belita Is there any chance we could cover this over the phone so i could ask a lot more questions to zero in and pin point your situation and give you some answers with more clarity with more in depth info provided by you?You can go to my web site for...

Jogging & Running: Lower leg pain, lower leg pain, stress fracture
lower leg pain, stress fracture, street shoes: Hi Aron Shins splints go away in time and they are just weak muscles which will adapt over time.Just keep icing them.That is the best thing you can do.You can also add 500mg of viy c with your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery.For exercise hit the stationary...

Jogging & Running: The Mile, vision of victory, flat feet
vision of victory, flat feet, bill gates: Hi Jenn VERY SIMPLE, Jenn live your life and your dreams on your terms and don t worry about what others want or think you need to do or accomplish in life.It is your life only and don t apologize.Just don t worry about how you finish because it doesn t matter...

Jogging & Running: nausea and running, symptoms of hypoglycemia, work ethic
symptoms of hypoglycemia, work ethic, cold sweat: Hi Carly I really don t think you have a sugar problem and your work ethic even pushing a little harder with your new training partner should have no effect other than a little tiredness.I know for sure with 98% accuracy because i have been doing this and...

Jogging & Running: nausia, cramps and diarrhea, stomach cramps
cramps and diarrhea, stomach cramps, natural yogurt: Hi Sarah I think your diet looks good,but i don t no what is in the build me up milkshake or readybreak cereal.There is a lot of the foods your eating which are good,but easily depending on when you run to close from when you eat could cause some problems...

Jogging & Running: Running pains, knees on top, knee pains
knees on top, knee pains, getting back into shape: Hi Dave First don t take any meds they just mask your problem your trying to fix and it is your bodies way of talking to you to give it a slight break with recovery.Overall what your experiencing is quite normal for some one making a come back especially...

Jogging & Running: Running Split Times, marathon sports, races2run
marathon sports, races2run, pace chart: Hi Mark Here is chart for you. All the best John http://www.races2run.com/Pace%20Chart%20-%20Marathon%20Sports.htm Pace Chart - Marathon Sports Running Pace Chart. Use this chart to determine your time/mile for various distances runs. time/mile....

Jogging & Running: running, knee bursitis, runners knee
knee bursitis, runners knee, chondromalacia: Hi Kc The Blisters could be because of your shoes are to tight in the toe box.The pain in your knees could be a little chondromalacia or just sore from starting up.With chondro the pain would be felt like around and under knee cap.With quads quite normal.You...

Jogging & Running: running and getting sick, lasalle high school, son alex
lasalle high school, son alex, sophmore: Hi Daryl Would it be possible to discuss this over the phone in order to get more detail and will give me the ability to question your son with a much higher level of clarity,and also it seems there is an urgency because of the end of season is close.There...

Jogging & Running: sore knees and IT Band injury, yoga and pilates, sore knees
yoga and pilates, sore knees, half marathon: Hi Danielle I think you have a case of chondromalacia based on some of the things your mentioning but would need to get more ifo such as any soreness or tenderness in and around and under the knee cap,walking up or down stairs.I don t think it is the itb.The...

Jogging & Running: Tingling on my kneecap during run + tenderness after., yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, scott lowell: Hi Mark You have an alignment and tracking situation which is probably based on your ifo the start of chondromalacia.I have copied some case history and testimonials and prescription to take care of it for your consideration.Any questions just get in touch....

Jogging & Running: weight loss, water melon, jogging program
water melon, jogging program, bust size: Hi Rabia You are not eating a well balanced meal and your eating to much fruit.You need a good breakfast and cereal is a great starter with a piece of fruit.You need to add vegetables to your lunch with chicken and also dinner with some fruit.The most powerful...

Jogging & Running: Abdominal and Hip Pain During Running, alignment issues, alignment problems
alignment issues, alignment problems, skeleton system: Hi Sarah First Question..Over time we can develop many over use symptoms along with tracking and alignment problems in the muscular skeleton system.Running requires a constant preventative schedule to keep assorted injuries and alignment and muscular skeleton...

Jogging & Running: Aching legs, hill workouts, half marathons
hill workouts, half marathons, aching legs: Hi Annie It appears to me that your body(quads)etc is not recovering from the schedule of your workouts and you don t mention where you insert the speed and hill repeats which just compounds the intensity.You did say recently they started to ache which gives...

Jogging & Running: Ankle/Foot Soreness and Pain, height 5ft, foot problem
height 5ft, foot problem, aerobic classes: Hi jinnie Based on all the info you gave me i would say with all the different activities that your trying to do is your doing to much and your muscular skeleton system is not recovering on a day to day situation and with out a clear focus with a clear defined...

Jogging & Running: Ankle pain while running, hinge joint, ligaments tendons
hinge joint, ligaments tendons, first marathon: Hi Michael First do not take anti-inflams they are not going to fix your ankle and will give you a false sense of recovery.There are many ligaments tendons muscles etc that support the ankle.You have obviously strained one or some of them and need to relate...

Jogging & Running: burning in legs, ankle bones, playing basketball
ankle bones, playing basketball, shin splints: Hi Brandon It appears to be shin splints.The best thing is to ice it as often as you cam and start taking 500 mg vit c with your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery of tissue,tendons,collagen.See how that works for you and let me know how it is. All the...

Jogging & Running: plantar fasciitis, nike shox, fasciitis
Jogging & Running: plantar fasciitis, nike shox, fasciitis, shox

Jogging & Running: Half-marathon training, mid life crisis, marathon runner
mid life crisis, marathon runner, marathon training: Hi Sharyn I would add some stationary bike workouts in addition to what your doing focusing on long rides a couple of times a week and working up to where you can handle 2 1 1/2 hours rides.Your meals leading up to the race should just be well balanced with...

Jogging & Running: Help with running knee problem for newbie, alignment problem, medium tension
alignment problem, medium tension, pain my friend: Hi Niki You have a slight case of chondromalacia.Her advice is also lunacy.The best tool is to start stationary biking for 30 to 40 minutes as often as you can with high rev s and medium tension and increasing it as you become fitter.In most case this is...

Jogging & Running: jogging, albuquerque new mexico, brisk walking
albuquerque new mexico, brisk walking, new direction: Hi Abhinav So nice to hear from you and will try to guide you with your quest.Abhinav running is a form of weight lifting the present weight you carry at this time and it is only natural that if you jog for a period of time you will be fatigued and weak.There...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain from jogging, medium tension, outdoor soccer
medium tension, outdoor soccer, chondromalacia: Hi Jeff You have a little tendonitis and pain going up and down stairs says to me a little chondromalacia.I would supplement your treadmill and elliptical for a while on some stationary bike for 4o nmin 3 to 4 days a week with medium tension increasing it...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, medium tension, john peace
medium tension, john peace, knee cap: Hi saleem You have a slight case of developing called chondromalacia.The best thing to take care of this is a serious of workouts on a stationary bike with medium tension with high spin and medium tension 3 to 4 times a week for 40 minutes.The most important...

Jogging & Running: outer calf muscles hurt whilst running?, epson salts, vision of victory
epson salts, vision of victory, calf muscles: Hi Wayne This is just part of the start up phase and paying the price of a long lay off and in time will dissipate.When you start back up from a muscular skeleton situation you are going to experience many situations that become a little discomfort to deal...

Jogging & Running: Plantar Fasciitis, rehabbing, first day of school
rehabbing, first day of school, arches: Hi Jenn Plantar fasciitis is a very serious injury.From what you say and the pain your feeling i would not participate in anything until this is corrected with proper rehabbing.If you and your mother or a school official would like to talk to me you can call...

Jogging & Running: Possible groin strain, ace bandage, pelvis bone
ace bandage, pelvis bone, groin strain: Hi Robert Yes she has strained her groin.The adductors are a large group of muscles that pull the leg and thigh inward at the hip.These muscles connect the pelvis bone with the inner margin of the femur.Most runners develop groin pulls when these muscles...

Jogging & Running: plantar fasciitis, sensible approach, fasciitis
sensible approach, fasciitis, mild case: Hi Gareth I would definitely not take a shot.This can be a very serious injury if you don t take it serious and correct it while it is in early stages.I first believe in treating injuries in a very natural way and in most cases you will win if your patient...

Jogging & Running: Running Knee pain, walking up stairs, pain in the knee
walking up stairs, pain in the knee, rest thanks: Hi Avi I would say you do have a slight case of chondromalacia and the best tool for this is a stationary bike as often as you can for 30 to 40 minutes with high rev s with med tension and increasing it as you become stronger,but still keeping up the rev...

Jogging & Running: Sweating, fitness levels, pig
fitness levels, pig, alex: Hi Alex I would really need more info on both of your fitness levels and present and past program to properly advise ,but as a general rule an individual who sweats a lot during exercise with any kind of a distance effort is in better shape.Why,because sweating...

Jogging & Running: Getting in shape but heavy legs, changes of pace, heavy legs
changes of pace, heavy legs, track workout: Hi Cody Yes,very your workouts with fartlek with various changes of pace such a 2 min fast 1 min easy...5 min fast 3 min easy.You pick the rest recovery numbers at any distance time and distance. You can also do hill repeats of a variety of distance from...

Jogging & Running: Can't pinpoint knee/ankle pain, half marathons, fall marathon
half marathons, fall marathon, ankle pain: Hi Amie That doesn t surprise me about your experience with the doctor at cleveland clinic.It appears to me based on your good description you have a tracking and alignment situation leading to maybe a small case of chondromalacia.First let me ask you if...

Jogging & Running: tightness in the back of knee, basketball referee, leg curls
basketball referee, leg curls, plantaris muscle: Hi Dave I think the culprit could be the plantaris muscle,but there are many more tendons and muscles in close proximity so i would work on light stretching all over the back of leg and also i would start gradually doing some leg curls and leg extensions.You...

Jogging & Running: Upper abdominal pain while running, upper abdominal pain, workout routine
upper abdominal pain, workout routine, different shoes: Hi Felicia, so great to hear from you both and i will work hard to resolve your situations You have two real serious questions that i no for sure i can alleviate and correct,but the problem is that it requires a lot of asking many questions from the both...

Jogging & Running: Weight Gain and Marathon Training, high protein diet, first marathon
high protein diet, first marathon, marathon training: Hi Allison First you are not getting fat and yes when you are weighting yourself depending on when, water weight could be as much as 3 pounds.If your feeling a little bigger it could be some dehydration since muscle is 70% water and it could mean your not...

Jogging & Running: age over 50 jogging, albuquerque new mexico, jogging program
albuquerque new mexico, jogging program, quality advice: Hi Steve First is to properly answer your question at your age i need more information on past history of many questions before i recommend any program,especially since your a recent smoker which i was when i started back years ago.You have to treat this...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain and numbness in foot, orthotics, left leg
Jogging & Running: Knee Pain and numbness in foot, orthotics, left leg, mri

Jogging & Running: hip pain, first half marathon, albuquerque new mexico
first half marathon, albuquerque new mexico, marathon 2: Hi karen Nothing goes away on its own.With out knowing your bio and training program the situation you described is probably an IT band situation, stretching it is the key,you can google it to to better understand what it is.Most injuries running related...

Jogging & Running: Increase my daily run habits, push ups, random dates
push ups, random dates, downward spiral: Hi Corey Just work into it gradually or instead of running just go for a walk till your knees heals up.Some discomfort starting up is normal and is not a real problem,but you have to stay aware.Any plan is up to you and what you want to accomplish.I have...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain and numbness in foot, tight hip flexors, numbness in foot
tight hip flexors, numbness in foot, chrondomalacia: Hi brooke One of the most common reason for most injuries is including what your experiencing such as numbness is a tracking and alignment issue of the muscular skeleton system.It is quite normal because of the nature of the many variety of terrains and workouts...

Jogging & Running: Questions on various running ailments - a mix, quality recovery, foam roller
quality recovery, foam roller, e mail: Hi Robert Thanks for the very detailed description of your situation.Never a need to apologize.Without good detailed info i can t provide the kind of information someone needs to take care of there quest to resolve there situation.Your not going to like this...

Jogging & Running: Running, bmx tricks, push ups
bmx tricks, push ups, trampoline 6: Hi Alex I m very impressed with you and how you really responded to the challenge.This tells me you have great potential to discover and really move forward with your dreams and make things happen.Your program looks good.Keep in touch Alex and let me know...

Jogging & Running: Running and headaches, consensus approach, mile pace
consensus approach, mile pace, hi john: Hi Larry First don t eat anything before the race and make sure your well hydrated long before you start the race.What you have more than likely is an effort headache which can be quite normal for some individuals in the early stages of start up such as your...

Jogging & Running: Running & proper recovery, cross country team, intense program
cross country team, intense program, core training: Hi Mitch Thanks for all the updates.First of all i have to tell you that with only 6 weeks to go you won t be able to make a major drop from your 40min 10k,so the only thing you can do is just make the best use of your time you have left.First drop all other...

Jogging & Running: sore knees, sore knees, lifting weights
sore knees, lifting weights, staying in shape: Hi danielle Nice to hear from you and glad things are working well for you.Sore knees after biking can be some what normal but discipate quickly from any workout.Without overload of musculature there is no growth.You can start to build in some leg extensions...

Jogging & Running: Thighs, sexy thighs, stature
sexy thighs, stature, contour: Hi Mishelle First is we all are genetically gifted,but that is only about 35 percent.The key to refined sexy thighs is a great diet with great balance and for contour and sculpture do a lot of hill repeats of about 50 meters and work up to 20 reps at about...

Jogging & Running: Afibs and exercise, paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, real age test
paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, real age test, sinus rhythm: Hi Michael The biggest problem with anybody regardless of age or complications is the lack of consistency over time and giving the muscular skeleton and cardiovascular system time to absorb and adapt.This would be the primary reason for your situation Michael,but...

Jogging & Running: Excrutiating stomach pains, stomach pains, unbearable pain
stomach pains, unbearable pain, exercise program: Hi Nikki With out knowing your bio and present and past history of your exercise program i would recommend you do not eat or drink anything except water with in 3hrs of your workout and i am quite sure that will eliminate the problem.I would really appreciate...

Jogging & Running: effect of back pain, lower back pain, hi jack
lower back pain, hi jack, days thanks: Hi Jack Going for a run would be perfectly alright.In fact running is very good for the back since it strengthens the paraspinial muscles that run on either side of the spine for support.The only thing i would do after helping out his friend is just lie down...

Jogging & Running: Foot Pain during a marathon, disney marathon, tendons and ligaments
disney marathon, tendons and ligaments, enjoyable event: Hi Marc Nothing serious,but you always have to treat every injury in a serious way because it will get worst.Your very smart to be concerned.Based on when you first noticed it on the angled off ramp,you probably over stretched some of the supporting tendons...

Jogging & Running: Half marathon race day prep, training for a half marathon, race pace
training for a half marathon, race pace, marathon race: Hi Mitch The work your doing is exceptional in regards to a lot of speed,but is totally unnecessary since your 1/2 marathon is 7 to 8 months away.You have to back off if the 1/2 is your goal in august.You have to start building your program around early part...

Jogging & Running: Jogging and Running, hammer curls, alignment issues
hammer curls, alignment issues, interval training: Hi Natali With out knowing your bio and present and past history of training i feel your having some tracking and alignment issues which is causing your problem.My recommendation is to take care of this is to stop all the additional exercises your doing and...

Jogging & Running: Knee soreness from running., leg curls, knee soreness
leg curls, knee soreness, side motion: Hi Jay That is really great news.I also want to thank you for taking you the time to respond as you did.It means a lot to me that my advice is truly making a difference.I do appreciate the kind thoughts.Keep up the great work. All the best Joh...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, alignment issues, half marathon
alignment issues, half marathon, scott lowell: Hi Marie You are probably experiencing some tracking and alignment issues which can be corrected with patience and consistent workouts.I have copied some case history for your consideration on how to take care of it.If you have any questions just get in touch...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, light weights, yoga instructors
light weights, yoga instructors, newsw: Hi Aidan You have a tracking and alignment situation and developing a little chondromalacia.I have copied some case history for your consideration on how to correct it.Any questions just get in touch. All the best John Knee injury all experts ......

Jogging & Running: knee question, push ups, stages of my life
push ups, stages of my life, keeping fit: Hi Anas Your long range desire to stay running and very active is not a problem,but you have to work on the knee situation and build other prevention exercises to avoid any other problems along the way.If you manage your recovery from workouts and keep up...

Jogging & Running: Low Arch Running Shoe, nike pegasus, rotc program
nike pegasus, rotc program, orthodic: Hi Greg As a former SGT in the USMC and truly want to give you the highest quality of info to deal with your situation i need to talk to you so i can drill down with your situation and give you the proper clarity that is necessary to get to the root situation.Go...

Jogging & Running: Obese to Marathon, pound female, albuquerque nm
pound female, albuquerque nm, health problem: Hi Amanda I put a few words together for you to consider with your new adventure 26.2 before you die.Great goal Amanda.I was there like you a number of years ago.I do know of a program that you can follow to prepare you for a marathon and that is hiring me.If...

Jogging & Running: Pain while Jogging, stationary bike, seat height
stationary bike, seat height, jog: Hi Tsering With out knowing your bio and past and present training i would say you have a tracking and alignment situation.I would recommend you start using a stationary bike with high rev 60 to 70 rpm with good seat height and med tension increasing it as...

Jogging & Running: Realistic Goals, mile distances, marathon pace
mile distances, marathon pace, marathon time: Hi Kimberly Without knowing much about your past and present training and that this is your first 1/2 marathon,the number one thing i would focus on from start to finish is just stay in a comfortable zone and don t worry about the pace.If you start to labor...

Jogging & Running: Runners Knee, medicine chiropractor, runners knee
medicine chiropractor, runners knee, jeff galloway: Hi Steve You have chondromalacia which can be corrected with a lot of patience and consistent rehabbing.I have copied some case history with prescription on how to take care of it and testimonials for your consideration.Don t worry you will be as good as...

Jogging & Running: running watch, garmin forerunner 305, heart rate zone
garmin forerunner 305, heart rate zone, heart rate monitor: Hi Stephanie I have a number of athletes with assorted information and opinions on watches and the one real choice that keeps coming up is from a quote of a client i have worked with for 4 years who is also featured on my web site under athletes advised Laurie...

Jogging & Running: starting off, achilles tendons, skeleton system
achilles tendons, skeleton system, pack a day: Hi Nicola It is a very simple thing to get you going.I would have a goal of working your way up to 45 minutes running the hole distance 4 times a week.I would start with a walk jog program alternating based on how you are feeling for 45 minutes.The reason...

Jogging & Running: training, long term disability, atlanta marathon
long term disability, atlanta marathon, crazy adventure: Hi Ryan Absolutely you are not approaching your running and races with any clear focus other than just winging an emotional response to do some crazy adventure.You will pay with long term disability if you keep this up.Any other questions just get in touch....

Jogging & Running: Calf Pain After Running, false sense of security, calf pain
false sense of security, calf pain, shin splints: Hi Sami You do not have shin splints.You just have strained the calf muscle.You should ice it as often as you can and also take 500mg vit C with your 3 meals a day.You might have to to take a a few days or week to let it heal up,but i don t no how severe...

Jogging & Running: Chicago Marathon with bursitis and piriformis syndrome, patellar tendonitis, chicago marathon
patellar tendonitis, chicago marathon, marathon runner: Hi Lindsay I definitely would not place your feet on that starting line.You have just to many things going on and will only get worst and who only knows what else will be added to your list of injuries if you try to wing it.Based on your pass you seem to...

Jogging & Running: College Runner, college cross country, point focus
college cross country, point focus, albuquerque nm: Hi Greg Your right i would need more information and ask you a number of questions.It would be a lot easier to discuss this over the phone to get the necessary clarity and pin point focus on your training etc.Would it be possible for you to call me here in...

Jogging & Running: calf pain, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60126: This Chicago & Elmhurst Podiatrist says....... Dear Antoniu, I suspect that you have tight calves, from the previous x-country running you use to do. Take at least 10 minutes to stretch before the running and 10 minutes after-wards. It s the stretching...

Jogging & Running: what to eat on race day, marathon, half-marathon
marathon, half-marathon, pre-race: I remember when I ran my first, the night before I ate pasta. The fact is, for any running event, you can never go wrong with pasta the night before. If you want to eat anything else, this is what you shouldn t eat...NO FIBER(unless you want to be in the...

Jogging & Running: Heel hurts, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60126: This Chicago & Elmhurst Podiatrist says....... Dear Merrily, Your heel pain is probably due to an irritated Achilles tendon insert in the calcaneus (heel bone). You are also over training- Try cutting back 2 days, until you improve. If cutting back...

Jogging & Running: hip/buttocks pain, buttocks pain, cortisone shots
buttocks pain, cortisone shots, burning sensation: Hi DeEtte Base on your description and how it happened i feel like you have a clear case for sciatica.Had it my self years ago.It is very hard me to communicate my thoughts with email since i really need to ask you many questions to get some some real pin...

Jogging & Running: Knee, torn cartilage, stationary bike
torn cartilage, stationary bike, left knee: Hi Danny I m quite sure you have a tracking and alignment issue.What i recommend for a course of action is a up right stationary bike workouts for 40 minutes as often as you can with med tension increasing it as you become stronger at 65 to 90 hi rev rpm.Give...

Jogging & Running: Knee ache, stiff leg deadlifts, knee ache
stiff leg deadlifts, knee ache, dull ache: Hi Chris It is very likely you have the early stages of chondromalacia based on your symptoms and description going up and down stairs.I have helped 100 s of clients around the world also was my own first client.It is possible it could be do to your leg routine...

Jogging & Running: Knee issue, alignment issues, oil gauge
alignment issues, oil gauge, proper diet: Hi John You never want to ignore any symptoms since your body is trying to talk to you like a oil gauge on a car.You probably have some tracking and alignment issues and perhaps a slight case of chondromalacia.The best tool for this for a course of action...

Jogging & Running: Knees, stationary bikes, impact action
stationary bikes, impact action, chondromalacia: Hi Barry First your friend doesn t have a clue and what he recommends is worthless.Don t have time to explain unless you want to call me 505 271 5909.2nd stop running,but you have to correct the problem before you move forward with any other kind of activity.YOU...

Jogging & Running: knee, dick murray, generic treatment
dick murray, generic treatment, defensive medicine: Hi Dick First, i do not believe any doctors diagnosed with your situation because i have reason and very specific history for that statement from personal experience and beyond and 100 s around the world that i have treated with no invasive surgery or drugs.Since...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, quad strengthening exercises, albuquerque nm
quad strengthening exercises, albuquerque nm, chondromalacia: Hi Susan You have a clear case of chondromalacia and definitely you don t need do get scoped.I have helped hundreds of individuals all over the world with this and was also my own first client.The quickest way to get this info to you is to call me here in...

Jogging & Running: knee pain while running, alignment issues, stationary bike
alignment issues, stationary bike, roller derby: Hi Melanie The activity your involved in your going to create a lot of tracking and alignment issues which you should keep ahead of,and the best course of action for this is up right stationary bike workouts a couple times a week.This should make a big difference...

Jogging & Running: knees, leg curls, sore knees
leg curls, sore knees, albuquerque nm: Hi Bud First question NO.Second question NO unless that s your choice.You didn t mention anything about your bio height weight and previous and past training.There comes a time when you have to put in some serious rehabbing and overhaul the problems that...

Jogging & Running: knees not stable, exercise at home, aerobic exercise
exercise at home, aerobic exercise, left leg: Hi Lande I wouldn t be able to answer your question since to properly make a proper diagnostic i would need to to ask you many questions in regards to your history and bio of activity related to your situation.If you want to call me here in albuquerque NM...

Jogging & Running: legs are Brittle., tendons ligaments, strenuous workouts
tendons ligaments, strenuous workouts, squat toilet: Hi Aj First i have never heard of ranbaxy revital in regards to impotency.I don t know what that red on your calf would be,but considering your a dancer i wouldn t be to concerned.It just could be the workout took a little bit more out of you from past workouts.When...

Jogging & Running: marathon jitters?, albuquerque nm, jitters
albuquerque nm, jitters, last saturday: Hi Diane I don t know what your question is specifically other than your calf and jitters,but i would say if you would really like me to help you and advise you on what to do leading up to the race with your taper and calf situation i would be very happy...

Jogging & Running: marathon on sunday :(, alignment issues, medium tension
alignment issues, medium tension, albuquerque nm: Hi Marathoner I m quite sure you developed some tracking and alignment issues which can happen quite easily.With 3 days to go the best thing you could do at this point is a 45 minute easy up right stationary bike workout today with medium tension and med...

Jogging & Running: question, training for a half marathon, spinning instructor
training for a half marathon, spinning instructor, instructor classes: Hi Sara It is very hard to to pin point your situation with out a lot more detail.It could be any number of things such as bursa s.What i would recommend is google swollen knee and bursa problems.You will then find many articles and pictures which you can...

Jogging & Running: Right Knee Clicking and Pain, knee clicking, alignment issues
knee clicking, alignment issues, visible problems: Hi Jason I m quite sure you have some tracking and alignment issues going on and possibility a slight case of chondromalacia.I have worked with hundreds of these with great success around the world.It is quite common and quite easy to take care of.I would...

Jogging & Running: Runner's Knee, runners knee, dull ache
runners knee, dull ache, hip abductors: Hi Adam There was a guy name scott lovell over there who had great success who wrote me some follow up(inclosed)in program.I have copied and put together some case history with a few testimonials and prescription to handle it for you and it works 100% if...

Jogging & Running: running for 100m dash, RICE
RICE: Ok, so the other expert said to start training now, I get that. I myself haven t taken off more than a week periods since the time I started running 4 years ago. However, I have taken off a week once when I was on the verge of shin splints. Also, you can really...

Jogging & Running: shin splints, shin splits, anyone have suggestions
shin splits, anyone have suggestions, shin splints: Hi Kim The one other thing you can do along with consistent icing every day to enhance recovery is adding 500mg vit C with your 3 meals a day.It works wonders.Shin splints differ with everybody,but most individuals are one s who are new to the sport due to...

Jogging & Running: No strength & energy while jogging, running, nutrition
running, nutrition, stress: I see what you are talking about with the weight loss thing. Let me tell you. You are a fine weight for your height. I am one inch taller than you and around ten pounds heavier than you. You know why I am not freaking out (I am not saying that you are), I...

Jogging & Running: week before half marathon knee injury, training for a half marathon, knee cap
training for a half marathon, knee cap, last two months: Hi Heather I wouldn t bother to run.When you start the race just go real easy in the first 3 miles and let yourself get into a nice comfortable rhythm.You will probably have your answer with in that span of time.You can always drop out if you feel you have...

Jogging & Running: Bleep Test, ankle weights, police application
ankle weights, police application, exercise bike: Hi Ian I m going to give you two choices to resolve and answer your question for your opportunity for success with my experience.Your questions as follows. 1..Not totally, you have to do more running work,but has to be very specific to your test. 2..Yes..But...

Jogging & Running: Chronic knee problems., marine reservist, knee cap
marine reservist, knee cap, knee problems: Hi John I know what the marine thing is.I was a sargent e5 with the the 6th marine division out of camp lejune NC.95% chance you have chondromalacia and i have helped 100 s around the world with this and i was my first client years ago.You have quite a history...

Jogging & Running: chondromalacia, knee braces, yoga instructors
knee braces, yoga instructors, scott lowell: Hi David I have helped 100 s of individuals all over the world with this situation and i was my own first client yeas ago.I have copied some case history and testimonials for your consideration.What i would recommend is if you want to get real detail and...

Jogging & Running: half marathon training and nutrition, running a half marathon, marathon training
running a half marathon, marathon training, nirvava: Well, I m not the best person to ask about nutrition, but I do know about half-marathon training. But I will answer both questions to the best of my ability. How do you run your 1 or 2 mile runs? If you need to walk or stop, you may be running it too...

Jogging & Running: Inside Knee Injury, medium tension, bike and ride
medium tension, bike and ride, albuquerque nm: Hi Mark You have a tracking and alignment situation with your knee.You want to get on a up right stationary bike and ride for 30 to 40 minutes with medium tension increasing as you become stronger at 65 to 90 rpm high rev 3 to 4 days a week longer if you...

Jogging & Running: Knee Collapses when Running, running on a treadmill, alignment issues
running on a treadmill, alignment issues, stretching exercises: Hi Allan I think there could be a little bit of a tracking situation which can happen quite easily as your knee glides up and down in the grove.The one course of action that i use for many clients who have knee situations is a up right stationary bike since...

Jogging & Running: Knee Injury, pin point accuracy, doctor of internal medicine
pin point accuracy, doctor of internal medicine, medium tension: Hi Muhammd It is very hard to diagnose with pin point accuracy base on the description,but i have a very good sense of what the problem is.The elder developed a tracking and alignment situation which over time progressively got worst.First you have to have...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, elevation change, back packing
elevation change, back packing, elevation changes: Hi Kent You definitely have some thing going on with your knee and my guest is chondromalacia and i personally wouldn t run the 50 mile.Your body is talking to you get me fixed.You have many years and ultra s in front of you,but you only have two knees.Do...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, first half marathon, scott lowell
first half marathon, scott lowell, chondromalacia: Hi Cindy Resting is not going to do a thing and what the doctors plan for you is worthless.You have to treat the cause of the problem which in your case could be a slight case of chondromalacia.I would not go back to your ortho.I would have to ask you a lot...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, alignment issues, medium tension
alignment issues, medium tension, chondromalacia: Hi Luis It appears to me you have some tracking and alignment issues and perhaps a slight case of chondromalacia.I would recommend you workout on a up right stationary bike with medium tension high rev about 65 to 90 rpm.This is the best course of action...

Jogging & Running: RIGHT KNEE, running on a treadmill, left leg
running on a treadmill, left leg, bleachers: Hi Arthur First i don t no what a chintzy is,but many runners develop a slight case of chondromalaica with have many of the same situations that you have with symptoms that you have to explore.You can call me any time here in albuquere NM any time 505 271...

Jogging & Running: runners knee, runners knee, ankle weights
runners knee, ankle weights, resistance band: Hi Patrick Nothing your doing will contribute to a successful out come.I have 100 s of clients all over the world that i have worked with your situation which is called chondromalacia based on your description.I have copied and put together some case history...

Jogging & Running: SLow jogging, interval training, slow jogging
interval training, slow jogging, losing weight: Congratulations on losing the weight! What I ve heard from numerous articles, is that short and fast is a better way to get faster and to lose weight. However, everyone is different. If you do want to try that to become faster, you need to do interval training....

Jogging & Running: Swollen Knees, swollen knees, skeleton system
swollen knees, skeleton system, vit c: Hi Nora I recommend you stop the zumba and start with some up right stationary bike workouts with med tension increasing it as you get stronger with med to higher rpm rev.This is a fantastic workout for the knee s guads heart and corrects tracking and alignment.I...

Jogging & Running: thinking about running, cancer charity, achievment
cancer charity, achievment, new challenge: Hi Hollie I m sorry to hear about the passing of your aunt.This program you want to move forward with will greatly reduce your risk factors and totally change your life style and beyond like it has for me,and that i no for sure.Running is very simple and...

Jogging & Running: training, skipping rope, wind sprints
skipping rope, wind sprints, boxing gym: Hi Cleb You have a very interesting past in regards to your schedule,but seem to be very focused in your quest.The best way to resolve your many questions is we should get together on the phone so i can really drill down and answer your questions with clarity...

Jogging & Running: hip bursitis, tendons ligaments, hip bursitis
tendons ligaments, hip bursitis, cortisone injection: Hi Carly First i wouldn t get a cortisone.Many problems like what your experiencing are directly related to tracking and alignment.I would recommend over the the next 2 weeks is do all your training on an up right stationary bike.You can do anything on the...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, minute mile pace, achilles tendon
minute mile pace, achilles tendon, albuquerque nm: Hi James You have the symptoms of chondromalacia and the back side of your knee seems it probably is plantaris tendon,maybe a little tight and possibly bursa situation.Most all injuries are directly related to tracking and alignment.What i recommend is an...

Jogging & Running: Knee Sensation, knee caps, heavy shoes
knee caps, heavy shoes, knee cap: Hi Aman 1..I would not recommend running till your situation clears up,but you can do a little test jog in abot6 weeks to measure progress.It is the type injury you can t put a time limit for complete recovery.I was out out 8 months years ago with no problems...

Jogging & Running: knee numbness, alignment issues, marathon runner
alignment issues, marathon runner, yoga instructors: Hi Gabriela You have a tracking and some alignment issues leading to a slight case of chondromalacia base on the symptoms you mentioned.Up right stationary bike workouts are the best 45 minutes as often as you can,med tension increasing it as you become...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, medium tension, meter sprints
medium tension, meter sprints, case histories: Hi Larry It is called chondromalacia.I have helped 100 s of these situations around the world.You have to take it very serious.I was my first client years ago and rehabbed it myself.An up right stationary bike is the best course of action for 45 min. to 1hr...

Jogging & Running: New shoes or just inserts, powerstep pinnacle, cortisone shots
powerstep pinnacle, cortisone shots, faciitis: Hi Dusty No you do not a pf shoe or any inserts.Amy shoe that feels comfortable in the first time you try it on is the one for you ,and contrary to what a sales person might say like it will break in is bs if you have a shoe that just doesn t feel right.As...

Jogging & Running: new shoes or new inserts, plantar fasciitis, shoes
plantar fasciitis, shoes, inserts: I don t know about the specific type of brand (because I only wear one brand), but I think I can help with some of the other things. Heres the truth about running shoes, you want a good one. However, don t EVER worry about what it looks like, or if it s a...

Jogging & Running: sprained knee, calcium buildup, alignment issues
calcium buildup, alignment issues, medium tension: Hi Bud I am quite sure that the trail/hill running mishap created some tracking and alignment issues.So the key is to treat the cause of the problem which is the tracking and alignment.An up right stationary bike is the best tool for this for 45min to 1hr...

Jogging & Running: Yawning, doctors office, cardiovascular activities
doctors office, cardiovascular activities, yoga positions: Hi Josh The body is an astonishing piece of work and if you take the time to study and learn to interpret how the body talks to you daily such as you are experiencing with yawning it will pay you loads of dividends and keep you out of the doctors office and...

Jogging & Running: Yawning, release carbon dioxide, central theory
release carbon dioxide, central theory, oxygen levels: Well, you are in luck, I wrote a paper for physics about this a few years ago. It might not sound good because I was only a sophomore when I wrote it, but I researched it A LOT.... The dictionary defines a yawn as an involuntary action in which...

Jogging & Running: Chondromalacia Patella, leg extensions, lazyness
leg extensions, lazyness, dissapears: Hi Joe That can be corrected and you will be fine.It is a tracking and alignment issue and the best protocol for that is an up right stationary bike workouts of 45 minutes as often as you can with med tension increasing it as you get stronger high rpm 65...

Jogging & Running: Collegiate runner and heartburn, ovarian cysts, cold sweats
ovarian cysts, cold sweats, stomach cramping: Hi Amy Would it be possible to talk about this over the phone,since i would need to ask many questions to get some history and drill down with some clarity on various subjects to respond properly?If you want you can contact me from my web site.I can talk...

Jogging & Running: Exercise heart rate, exercise heart rate, treadmill bike
exercise heart rate, treadmill bike, proper answers: Hi Roger Would it be possible for you to call me here in albuquerque NM,since your question is a very serious one and i just want to make sure i get you the proper answers communicated with real clarity since email is hard to convey and communicate properly.You...

Jogging & Running: Heart Rate, high heart rate, albuquerque nm
high heart rate, albuquerque nm, stress test: Hi Shanna Would it be possible for you to call me here in albuquerque NM since the questions you have are hard to explain with clarity and i would need to ask you a number of questions to properly respond with the necessary infomation.You can go to my web...

Jogging & Running: hip pain after regular jog, albuquerque nm, hip pain
albuquerque nm, hip pain, left ankle: Hi Mark You have a lot of questions in regards to starting up and should be addressed so they don t get worst,but i can t answer them appropriately until i get more questions answered in regards to height weigh and many others.Would it be possible for you...

Jogging & Running: Runners Knee, stay at home mom, runners knee
stay at home mom, runners knee, leg curls: Hi Tanis I have have worked with many many individuals over the years with great success and i was my first client years ago and rehab it myself(8 months rehab success) because i couldn t find a doctor etc. who could answer the question what is the problem...

Jogging & Running: Running, steady pace, treadmill
steady pace, treadmill, tweaking: Hi Carla I would run for time gradually increasing the pace along the way but always tweaking it to make sure you stay in a comfortable rhythm.Try to figure your estimate finishing time and gradually work up to that by tweaking the pace.I would strongly recommend...

Jogging & Running: Running and getting ill, post menopause, steady pace
post menopause, steady pace, pt test: Hi Terri Jo I would need to to talk to you on the phone to drill down with clarity to evaluate and respond properly on your situation.Go to my web site for contact.You can call me any time from 6am to 8 pm here in albuquerque NM from 6am to to 8pm MT.Call...

Jogging & Running: Running-shin pain, shin splint, core exercises
shin splint, core exercises, shin pain: Hi Kathy Most shin splints are located either on the frontal part or in the lower part of the inside ankle.I think your right if it is located in one of those places.I really don t think it is anything else.If you would like to call me here in albuquerque...

Jogging & Running: Tight shin pain, ultimate frisbee, shin pain
ultimate frisbee, shin pain, paved path: Hi Chris You have shin splints which is quite normal for some one who doesn t run a lot or just starting up.It will go away in time,but to expedite it ice them as often as you can and add 500mg vit c with your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery of tendons,tissue,collagen.Just...

Jogging & Running: tips and problems, stamina endurance, marathon runner
stamina endurance, marathon runner, consistent program: Hi Narinder Number 1..,the only foods you need to focus on is just good well balanced meals of carbohydrates quality source of protein and vegetables,olive oil,grains,fruits,etc.There is no magic diet,just high quality food for breakfast lunch and dinner....

Jogging & Running: What is wrong with me??, body fat measurement, sport medicine
body fat measurement, sport medicine, low fat diet: Hi Sarah You didn t mention your height weight back when you started or when you started 4 years ago so it is hard to get a good picture.When you get involved in training over time you will be developing some good muscle which is a good thing.The one thing...

Jogging & Running: Ankles, tendons and ligaments, ankle injuries
tendons and ligaments, ankle injuries, google: Hi Kathleen You will experience a number of things starting up.I m sure everything fine but what i would do is ice them as often as possible and alternate your days with running and walking.Your ankles tissue tendons and ligaments will adapt,you just have...

Jogging & Running: benefits of jogging, benefits of jogging, health benefits
benefits of jogging, health benefits, trouble breathing: Hi Susan The speed you run has no bearing on getting your health benefits.The most important thing is to reap all the health benefits is the consistency over time and they will be enormous the longer you keep at it regardless of age. Enjoy the journey...

Jogging & Running: Calf Injury before London Marathon, mara yamauchi, london marathon
mara yamauchi, london marathon, light jogging: Hi Nicholas Your top women marathoner beside paula Mara yamauchi who just won the nyc 1/2 marathon has been training here in albuquerque NM for the london marathon.She lives right up the street with the japanese team second wind.As of right now with 5 full...

Jogging & Running: Calf pain, soft tissue damage, 10k training
soft tissue damage, 10k training, pain in the side: Hi Dana Based on where your fingers are i would say that is shin splints and i don t think your accident is part of it.I would recommend icing as often as you can.Shin splints can take some time to strengthen.Since your just starting up these things will...

Jogging & Running: Chondromalacia, dull ache, impact sports
dull ache, impact sports, vmo: Hi Sam First you will be fine,but it requires a great deal of patience and consistent workouts.I would cut out all activities except the best tool for your situation which is a up right stationary bike.You want to work your way up so you can bike for 45 min...

Jogging & Running: chondromalacia, knee cap, chondromalacia
knee cap, chondromalacia, albuquerque nm: Hi Joe The most note worthy is going up and down stairs,but there are others.Constant pain in and around knee cap.You should not have to massage it if you feel ok.If it is constant there is a good chance you might have it.It very correctable and you will...

Jogging & Running: benefits of jogging, ok thanks
Jogging & Running: benefits of jogging, ok thanks

Jogging & Running: foot pain, marathon training guide, pinch nerve
marathon training guide, pinch nerve, toe numbness: Hi Carly I don t no what race distance you covered,but you seem like your adding a lot of stress with so many races with very little recovery such as your up coming marathons.I think you could have some bone bruises and probably a neuroma which is basically...

Jogging & Running: Half marathon, first half marathon, water stations
first half marathon, water stations, restroom: Hi Shannon Would it be possible for you to call me here in albuquerque NM so i can cover your questions with a lot of clarity to maximize your up coming races with a good schedule.I would need to ask you many questions to get the information i need to properly...

Jogging & Running: jogging, proper parameters, rain snow
proper parameters, rain snow, roi return on investment: Hi Luis Your health is the most important thing so i recommend treating it like a business,and with this approach you will get the highest return (ROI)( return on investment of time.At 40 is a real critical time in life because of the accumulation effect...

Jogging & Running: Knee Clicks, medium tension, orthopedic doctor
medium tension, orthopedic doctor, albuquerque nm: Hi Megan You should be worried and the orthopedic doctor is totally incompetent for that kind of advice.he should be reported.Your situation is a tracking and a alignment situation,but not serious based on your description.I would recommend 30 to 40 minutes...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain and Spinning, alignment problem, knee caps
alignment problem, knee caps, burning sensation: Hi Joe Stop sprints on treadmill.You have a slight case of chondromalacia but you can continue with spin classes,but stay in the saddle.Keep a steady pace.Your problem is a tracking and a alignment problem which is normal,but you have to have some patience...

Jogging & Running: knee problem, tendons and ligaments, muscles tendons
tendons and ligaments, muscles tendons, knee problems: Hi Juan Knee problems are quite normal for active individuals and will always be that way so you have to keep on it all the time.Most injuries are related to alignment and tracking situations and effect the surrounding muscles tendons and ligaments that support...

Jogging & Running: How to lose the layer of fat above the muscle (I'm 17), winter holidays, balanced meals
winter holidays, balanced meals, old fashion: Hi Ryan With a short period of time to work with i would keep it simple by working your way up so as you can run at a comfortable pace for 45 minutes a day for 7 days a week.You also have to get squeaky clean with real quality balanced meals and i don t have...

Jogging & Running: nutrition for teen athletes, nutrition category, kim hi
nutrition category, kim hi, diet nutrition: Hi Kim Could you call me here in albuquerque NM so i could go over his situation with a lot more clarity to make sure he gets it right,and if possible,I would need to ask a number of questions to get a feel for his situation.You can call from 6am to 8pm MT.You...

Jogging & Running: Overtraining, injury, or part of the experience?, training for a half marathon, inner leg
training for a half marathon, inner leg, running shoes: Hi Lauren You have a lot of problems that have to be addressed and i can t possibly answer all of them properly with the kind of clarity needed in email.I would need to ask you many questions to get the answers i need to properly advise you to the necessary...

Jogging & Running: pulled calf, calf muscle pull, getting back in shape
calf muscle pull, getting back in shape, inflammation: Hi Ernie You have to build up slowly and let your body adapt.Be patient.I would alternate some walking and jogging until you can handle some steady running.In between i would ice them as often as you can to reduce inflammation.You have to relax and be patient...

Jogging & Running: Running at 59, capillary network, albuquerque nm
capillary network, albuquerque nm, words of wisdom: Hi Ethan First i started out just like you years ago,but a little less weigh 225.Second it is going to take time and you have to have a great great deal of patience and don t rush your come back because you will end up with all kinds of injuries.The body...

Jogging & Running: r knee swollen, friction band, outer aspect
friction band, outer aspect, quality effort: Hi Wendy I would definitely advise you to forget the marathon and put your focus and training into getting your body back 100% if i was your coach.It is just not worth it because right now you can not train at a level which is necessary for a quality effort.This...

Jogging & Running: Sprinting or long jogs, cross country coach, well balanced diet
cross country coach, well balanced diet, long distances: Hi Tarek First i would not use the cla.You don t need it.I would cut your weights to 2 times a week and add the 2 days for running.As far as sprint versus distance.I would gradually work your way up to 45 min to 1hr at a very comfortable pace. which gives...

Jogging & Running: slightly Different knee pain!, proper diagnosis, chondromalacia
proper diagnosis, chondromalacia, c leg: Hi Malcolm It is really hard to give you an answer just on that little bit of information,but that doesn t seem like it.I would have to talk to you to ask a number of questions to get clarity i need to make a proper diagnosis if you want to call me here in...

Jogging & Running: starting out advice on calf 'pain', salt baths, calf muscles
salt baths, calf muscles, calf pain: Hi Mandy Starting up is a very delicate process and your age height weight is really a big factor due to the past level of activity and present program.You are experiencing very normal things,but over time will adapt.Your posture and the way your running...

Jogging & Running: TFL pain, hip flexion, easy jogging
hip flexion, easy jogging, running 800: Hi Jennifer First my name is not larry it is john.You might check where you found larry,but since i see your situation i have copied a client question and my answer which is probably in the same area as yours for your consideration.I would use no drugs of...

Jogging & Running: elliptical and mcl, medial collateral ligament, tendons ligaments
medial collateral ligament, tendons ligaments, shin splints: Hi Kendra I recommend the stationary up right bike with 45 min workouts as often as you can which will help with your tracking and alignment and strengthening your quads which also helps supporting and stabilizing your knee.I would also add 500mg vit c to...

Jogging & Running: Foot injury 4 weeks before marathon, milers, stationary bike
milers, stationary bike, marathon: Hi Eric Every thing you have done training wise good or bad in your preparation for this up coming effort is already absorbed in your body.The only thing you can do now is eliminate your foot situation which you mentioned and the up right stationary bike...

Jogging & Running: foot pain on inner side of foot, stress fracture, old shoes
stress fracture, old shoes, half marathon: Hi Kim Since the discomfort has moved around it seems to me it is very likely tendonitis.I do not think it is a stress fracture.I would recommend a lot of icing and using a stationary bike to maintain your fitness.You can trace back in your training and racing...

Jogging & Running: groin strain, tendons ligaments, groin strain
tendons ligaments, groin strain, london marathon: Hi Carly No swim....You have to relax and accept the reduce training.What is your PR in marathon.If i was your coach you would do the bike or i would fire you.With out rest no recovery transforms the muscular skeleton system and energy systems.This is the...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, cross country skiing, living in sweden
cross country skiing, living in sweden, hi john: Hi Dan I found over time that most injuries are directly related to alignment and tracking which is probably the case in your situation especially since your a very active person.Now it could be meniscus problems or ligament situations or tendons,but based...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, medium tension, albuquerque nm
medium tension, albuquerque nm, playing soccer: Hi Molly It is not your shoes and you don t need a rest.With your very active days and all those explosive directional moves you have developed some tracking and alignment situations leading possibly to a slight case of chondromalacia.The best tool for this...

Jogging & Running: knee pain while running, walking pace, left knee
walking pace, left knee, knee pain: Hi Randy In order to diagnose your situation i need a complete bio of height weight age and present and past running history such as miles per week month and when you started to experience your situation.I need a lot of detail get it done and then i can respond...

Jogging & Running: Neck pains, quality diagnosis, defensive medicine
quality diagnosis, defensive medicine, neck pains: Hi Jeff I am assuming your a runner,but you have not given me any bio past and present to really make a quality diagnosis,so even though i think your probably fine,but not knowing the details of your training history i would suggest a doctor visit,but be...

Jogging & Running: new to the sport, albuquerque nm, marathons
albuquerque nm, marathons, jog: Hi Elise First i want to say how excited i am to hear your focus for the future Elise.Second i want to say to you i personally started the same way years ago.I have since run 25 marathons and about 700 shorter races and still train 7 days a week.I am going...

Jogging & Running: outside knee pain, mizuno wave, step shoes
mizuno wave, step shoes, hood to coast: Hi Gabriel Welcome to Albuquerque and great training and coaching.Your welcome here any time and would love to take you to the next level if your up to it.Your situation is a tracking and a alignment situation.It has nothing to do with shoes.Your write with...

Jogging & Running: Really need some help with my knee :(:(, custom inlays, exersise
custom inlays, exersise, knee doctor: Minh That is interesting you don t feel it up and down stairs.It is possible it could be something else in the knee such as ligaments,meniscus,tendon etc.I would follow the bike workouts and eliminate everything else for a month and then let us revisit and...

Jogging & Running: Running Again, resistance exercise, quality nutrition
resistance exercise, quality nutrition, half marathon: Hi Gareth That program looks just fine.A simple formula i teach which fits your schedule.It is called OFR.....Overload Feed Rest...Overload the muscular skeleton and energy system and then feed it with high quality nutrition and then quality resting what...

Jogging & Running: Running to burn fat....., pick ups, work ethic
pick ups, work ethic, consistent work: Hi Shane I recommend once a day 45-50 minutes and as you become stronger in that 45-50 minutes include some pick ups where you alternate with a little speed pick ups with some easy running recovery.Just run how you feel at a comfortable pace Shane.The key...

Jogging & Running: Slow slow slow, skeleton system, carrie
skeleton system, carrie, six weeks: Hi Carrie You have just started and genetically we are all different.In time you wlll be picking it up as you become fitter.I would not worry about it.Speed in the early stages means nothing.It takes time for the muscular skeleton system to adapt.As far as...

Jogging & Running: Sore knees, squats and lunges, sore knees
squats and lunges, sore knees, bursa sac: Hi Bernadette First i would stop all boot camp squats and lunges and running and start with a stationary bike till your situation clears up.You could have some bursa problems in the knee.Just google (bursa sac knee) for info.You also want to ice it as often...

Jogging & Running: Under Pronator, shoe recommendations, good shoes
shoe recommendations, good shoes, hi ed: Hi Ed I m really not up to speed with the large variety of non running shoes,so the only thing i can say is just be patient and take your time looking around.If it was me and i had that kind of passion you have for the Cumulus i wouldn t bother looking and...

Jogging & Running: upright stationary bike, stationary bikes, stationary bike
stationary bikes, stationary bike, cybex: Hi Joe The rolls royce of stationary bikes is a cybex which will cost you about $2600.00 and it is worth every penny if you can afford,but will last you for life.2nd tear you will have to spend about 700 to a 1000 to get a good quality which will last many...

Jogging & Running: Ankle Bruising, tendons and ligaments, google search
tendons and ligaments, google search, pin point: Hi Meghan I really couldn t pin point the situation,but with all the tendons and ligaments that support the stability of the ankle it is possible that you just strained some.Do a google search of the words ANKLES BRUISING where you will find a lot info that...

Jogging & Running: Ankle pain, road runners, ankle pain
road runners, ankle pain, sprain: Hi Kathleen Out side of a sprain,running the same routes over and over could be causing it,but without a complete bio like height weight age past and present training miles a week and pin pointing where it is tender i m just guessing.Get me that info and...

Jogging & Running: ankle injuries, tendons ligaments, weather changes
tendons ligaments, weather changes, vit c: Hi Bill I don t know how the weather could effect it,but inside of the ankle is one of the key areas you can develop shin splints.Assuming i m right what i would recommend is to ice that area as often as you can especially after you run for about 15 min,and...

Jogging & Running: BLOODSHOT EYELIDS AFTER WORKOUT, arterial system, decent meal
arterial system, decent meal, 48hrs: Hi Esabel I really don t think it is anything serious.Have you noticed that after a period of time over the last 48hrs it gradually dissipated.I don t no your height weight age vitals diet past or present fitness etc.But when your just starting a new program...

Jogging & Running: Estimated time of walking, vo2 max, bell curve
vo2 max, bell curve, fitness tests: There really is no average times for these activities, as one should focus on improving on them according to their own abilities. One of the reasons there are no averages or good times is because we are all created differently and there is no tried...

Jogging & Running: H.I.I.T. = H.G.H.?, battle of the bulge, hiit
battle of the bulge, hiit, human growth hormone: HIIT methods are superior in the way that they will help burn off more body fat in the recovery phase from exercise, as opposed to the long-slow running. I have read here & there on the HGH factor as well, that this increase will help aid in the fat loss goals...

Jogging & Running: H.I.I.T. running, staus quo, interval training
staus quo, interval training, hiit: Hi Ernie The answer is yes as long as you approach it with a gradual approach and work into it as your body adapts.If you attack it that is when you could have some problems especially with your blood pressure..H.I.I.T.Is basically just interval training...

Jogging & Running: Improving Times, track and field events, cellular level
track and field events, cellular level, daily basis: Hi Anthony Improving Endurance strength and speed comes from a foundation of increasing your mileage over a 4 to 6 months period of time.The results are all based on the cellular level, so this is the first thing you need to do based on how much you want...

Jogging & Running: jogging/running weightloss, speed work, high intensity
speed work, high intensity, time down: Hi Antony As long as you gradually increase your time running,i see no reason why you can t run every day,but you have to maintain a comfortable relax pace in order for your bodies muscular skeleton and cardiovascular system to develop.I would run long duration...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain after running, chondromalacia, knee cap
chondromalacia, knee cap, knee pain: Hi Vish It is not your shoes and no need to see a doctor.Your body will adapt over time.You just have be patient.The knee issue is possibly a slight case of chondromalacia which is basically a tracking and alignment situation.The main discomfort would be...

Jogging & Running: Knee Soreness, knee soreness, explosive moves
knee soreness, explosive moves, basketball court: Hi Tim I would recommend up right stationary bike intervals which will give you that change of direction and explosive moves and acceleration needed on the court.You want them to closely resemble what you would actually do on the court.The best would be a...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, walking up stairs, sore knees
walking up stairs, sore knees, yoga instructors: Hi Kirsten Get back to me with questions on this info.Bottom line you will be fine and that i know for sure and will help you till we both accomplish getting you back 100%.That s the deal Kirsten. Hi Pettina Just what i thought.I have copied a recent...

Jogging & Running: knee swelling, epson salts, sprint triathlon
epson salts, sprint triathlon, bursa sac: Hi Ellen First i would use no meds since they just mask your situation.I think your speculation is correct and the culprit is probably a bursa filled sac which effects the smooth gliding motion along with alignment and tracking.I have given you a link to...

Jogging & Running: I have a question about running and weight loss?, well balanced diet, body fat percent
well balanced diet, body fat percent, fruits and vegetables: Hi Tasha First Thing i know nothing about your height weight age or body fat percent to really evaluate properly,but all the exercise that your doing is enough to make good head way in reducing body fat assuming you you have the right balance of nutrients...

Jogging & Running: Stiff and Tight Calf Muscles During Jog/Run, tight calf muscles, tendons ligaments
tight calf muscles, tendons ligaments, salt baths: Hi Lawrenz What your experiencing is quite normal coming back from a long layoff.It is not the shoes.The most important thing coming back is a great great deal of patience as you move forward and your muscular skeleton system adapts to a new overload of tendons,ligaments,...

Jogging & Running: sore knee,new runner, sore knees, ankle weights
sore knees, ankle weights, work ethic: Hi Ashley First 10 pounds is a walk in the park to get rid of.Toning will take more time.I would walk jog til you feel you can jog full time with out the discomfort.With sore knees just ice them as often as you can.Ashley, losing weight getting in shape running...

Jogging & Running: Bad knees, high intensity interval training, tendons ligaments
high intensity interval training, tendons ligaments, genuine pleasure: Hi Adithya All your problems are not serious and can be corrected quite easily and are quite normal for some one who has progressed to quickly and who s bodies muscular skeleton system could not handle such incredible stress on the tendons,ligaments and collagen...

Jogging & Running: Calf Injury, calf injury, noticeable improvement
calf injury, noticeable improvement, playing sports: Hi Patrick You haven t mentioned your height weigh so i will comment that if there is a weight issue that could be part of the problem,but the one thing if you haven t been doing which can make a huge difference is lightly stretching before during and after...

Jogging & Running: how far do i have to run/walk..., thought program, albuquerque nm
thought program, albuquerque nm, term focus: Hi Liz It is not about calories.It is about changing your thought program and your long term focus with not looking back.You have to bite the bullet and change your life style Liz.I know i have been there and would like to move you forward with 100% success...

Jogging & Running: Jogging with a Torn Miniscus, torn miniscus, torn meniscus
torn miniscus, torn meniscus, diet coke: Hi Timothy The first thing you need to do is fine out how bad it is torn which is not the end of your career and get back to me.It can be corrected and you will be able to get back and enjoy your what ever you enjoy.Just don t accept the Doctors results and...

Jogging & Running: Knee, tendons ligaments, ligaments and tendons
tendons ligaments, ligaments and tendons, interval training: Hi Gorda First mistake Gord is changing the routine with such a drastic stress on the muscular skeleton system along with the the tendons,ligaments and collagen.I know all about the HITT program,which is just interval training,nothing special about it.You...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain During Running., medium tension, physical test
medium tension, physical test, stationary bike: Hi Michael I m quite sure you developed a tracking and alignment situation based on your description leading up to the situation.You do not need to see a doctor or ice,you need to treat the cause.What i recommend is an up right stationary bike workouts as...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, tendanitis, half marathon
tendanitis, half marathon, active one: Hi Alex Most problems with runners just starting out like your self are directly related to tracking and alignment.I would recommend you incorporate a few times a week for 45 minutes up right stationary bike workouts to correct tracking and alignment situations...

Jogging & Running: marathon training schedule, marathon training schedule, half marathon
marathon training schedule, half marathon, quality answers: Hi Carissa It is really hard to understand your schedule and in order to properly give you the kind of quality answers your looking for for a successful race i would need to talk to you and ask many questions.Would it be possible for you to call me here in...

Jogging & Running: Pain in knee, chondromalacia, kneecap
chondromalacia, kneecap, last november: Hi Del You have with 90% accuracy a slight case of Chondromalacia which is easy to correct with alignment and tracking exercises.In order to make sure you that you get the right info on how to correct this situation i would need to talk to you about this...

Jogging & Running: Questions about your advice for chondromalacia, cartilage regeneration, decrease stress
cartilage regeneration, decrease stress, leg muscles: Hi Jacinio You have to have a great great deal of patience and a consistent work ethic.Walking is ok but it won t correct your situation.The only bike for this situation is a up right stationary bike to be rode with med tension and increasing it as you get...

Jogging & Running: Runners knee:(, runners knee, albuquerque nm
runners knee, albuquerque nm, chondromalacia: Hi Jeffrey That protocol of rest will do nothing for your possible chondromalacia.You have to treat the cause of the problem.Since you seem to be a very serious runner i would like to no if you can call me here in albuquerque NM anytime so i can go over your...

Jogging & Running: Running Injury, cross country team, running injury
cross country team, running injury, hip flexor: Hi Megan I would need to ask you many questions to properly diagnose your situation and provide a plan of action to take to resolve and get you back 100%.Can we get together on the phone to discuss this situation since email is very hard to get the kind of...

Jogging & Running: shoes, nikezoom, store clerks
nikezoom, store clerks, workout routine: Hi Ron First question....If it is not broken don t fix it...There will come a time when you need to fix it.Do you understand my answers? Second question....The absolutely number one thing 100% when you try on and avaluate the various shoes is it has to feel...

Jogging & Running: tight ankles, achillies, height weight
achillies, height weight, 33 years: Hi William It is not a shoe issue William.I have been running for 33 years 7 days a week and have no problems.You have to get back to the basics as you age and adjust your program and treat your running like a business if you want to be successful in the...

Jogging & Running: Beginners marathon training - knee pain, marathon training, skeleton system
marathon training, skeleton system, point areas: Hi Jeetendra It does not mean you have to give up on your marathon training,but you have to correct the problem first before you can increase the intensity of your training.It has nothing to do about style,and as a beginner you will have issues from time...

Jogging & Running: burning calves, vit c, shin splints
vit c, shin splints, calve: Hi Ash The one thing that will cause your situation which if your doing to much especially just getting started like you which i would guess you are,but could be wrong is over use of the incline for extended time.If that is the case just run on flat for a...

Jogging & Running: Chondromalacia patella, first half marathon, stationary bicycle
first half marathon, stationary bicycle, general physicians: Hi Paula I know how you feel because i was my very first client a number of years ago.I have helped hundreds with this situation and you would i m sure would come back 100% to.You have a lot of things and issues to address to drill down with the clarity i...

Jogging & Running: Elliptical and Jogging, skeleton system, patient focus
skeleton system, patient focus, ivette: Hi Ivette When you run it is also a form of weight lifting, lifting your legs and body weight off the ground many times depending how far you go.It will take time for your muscular skeleton system depending on your history of training to adapt,but in time...

Jogging & Running: jog or run, nice legs, fine tune
nice legs, fine tune, stupid question: Hi Candy There really is no difference.If you want nice legs and butt run a lot of hills.Over time you will see good results.Most important is a great deal of patience and fine tune your diet,because the the two go together. Enjoy those hills Candy ...

Jogging & Running: jogging/diahrea, wheat germ, oat meal
wheat germ, oat meal, chopped almonds: Hi Amanda After you work out the most important thing to maximize your recovery and set you up for the next day is,If you run in the evening or the day ahead if you run in the morning is just a very simple well balanced meal such as in the morning would be...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: Dear Tracee, Skip the Chiropractor-unless the Orthopedetist does not prescribe physical therapy Sounds like a sprain of the knee when you took the misstep with your foot.The physical therapy may lessen the recovery time, if it continues to hurt past 3 weeks...

Jogging & Running: Labrum Tear, Podiartrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiartrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Podiatric Orthopedist of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Zoe, Sorry for making it public-But I wanted to try to help you and I only answer public questions for the benefit of the public. Thank-you for your understanding!...

Jogging & Running: Light-headedness while jogging, heart problem, albuquerque nm
heart problem, albuquerque nm, heart problems: Hi Tom First it does seem strange,but there could be other things that could cause that situation besides heart related.I m hesitant to elaborate with out asking many more questions to get a better trail of your activity.Would it be possible for you to call...

Jogging & Running: mileage/weight loss, speed session, running times
speed session, running times, 2 ways: So, from all I ve heard about weight-loss running is 1 mile = 100 calories. It ha been re- and re-iterated until I knew that statistic in my sleep. Myself, I don t run for weight-loss, but because I love running. However, I will tell you everything I know...

Jogging & Running: NUTRITIONAL PREP, best running shoes, magic food
best running shoes, magic food, advertisments: Hi Orlando There is no magic food pre jogging running.The foods and hydration are what you absorb 4 to 6hrs before your effort and distance,Best is light foods.I personally run on 2 mugs of coffee when i wake up at 3am and go out the door for 1hr to one an...

Jogging & Running: Pain while running, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: Dear Shanki, Make sure you incorporate stretches in your warm-ups and stretch your calf and the back of both legs, down to your feet for at least 10 minutes. Repeat this after the run. Try to be able to flex and stretch your foot upwards with your knee locked....

Jogging & Running: Runners Knee, air force marathon, runners knee
air force marathon, runners knee, appose: Hi Robert You want to use a up right stationary bike which is a fabulous supplement for runners since any kind of workout you can do running you can do on the bike.The only thing different you bike for time as appose to miles.You probably have a slight tracking...

Jogging & Running: runing, old, running
old, running, walk-to-run: No, of course not. Anyone can run and walk. I ve run in half-marathons where 50/60 year-old ladies and men have finished either faster than me, or the somewhere around my time. I was reading an article the other day that said they had a 93 year-old finisher....

Jogging & Running: runners knee, but now inner knee pain?, runners knee, satisfactory conclusion
runners knee, satisfactory conclusion, kneecap: Hi Megan I have copied some case history with some testimonial and things you can do to correct it for your consideration,but i would also if you want to to call me here in albuquerque NM for some real clarity and will give me the opportunity to drill down...

Jogging & Running: running, marathon runners, half marathons
marathon runners, half marathons, marathon runner: Hi George You can get a general idea first from asking your dad and mom uncle and aunt if they ever performed at a very high level in running or some other sports.Genetics plays a big role into your potential,but out side of that you just have to get involved...

Jogging & Running: running, sore ankles, shins, knees., sore ankles, high arches
sore ankles, high arches, new shoes: Before I answer, we need to consider, How long have you been running for? Aside from that, it is really not good that you are running on pavement. I remember 2 years ago, I had a coach who impounded in our brains the importance of running on varied surfaces....

Jogging & Running: Sitting, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Podiatric Sports Medicine Doc of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Gord, The walking will definitely help! You are one smart guy in wanting to do something for yourself that is good! Continue your walking and...

Jogging & Running: Swollen knee, bursa sac, visual clarity
bursa sac, visual clarity, strength train: Hi Lisa First i would not run the 10 miler if you are not injury free.Rehabbing your knee should be first priority.The swelling very likely could be some bursa sac problems in the knee.I would google BURSA SAC KNEE and see if you can find symptoms that relate...

Jogging & Running: Training information avaluation of program, jogging program, evaluating your program
jogging program, evaluating your program, google: I didn t respond because you said to go to your website, and it just showed a for-hire coaching service. Do you want me to try and translate it onto a question again? Or, a trick I learned is to go on an email site (like google or yahoo), make up a quick,...

Jogging & Running: bilateral medial acute knee pain, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago,South Loop & Elmhurst Sports Med Podiatrist says....... Dear Sam, You did not stand in College for 12 hours either. You can look at yourself in the mirror with shorts and see if your knee(s) tend to lean in-with & without your shoes. If...

Jogging & Running: burning all over legs, tendons ligaments, soles of my feet
tendons ligaments, soles of my feet, outer thighs: Hi Coleen That is really strange.Never heard about this.One thing you can try which is fantastic for the body and recovery.Take a couple of epson salt baths 3 cups for 20 minutes the last thing you do before you go to bed twice a week for a couple weeks and...

Jogging & Running: A couple questions, tendons ligaments, sore knees
tendons ligaments, sore knees, interval training: Hi Barry To answer your question first.The answer is yes to a hour run at moderate high speed.The only supplement i recommend is to help avoid injury is 500mg vit c with your 3 meals a day to enhance recovery of tendons,ligaments and collagen.The energy...

Jogging & Running: diet for running, quaker oat meal, wheat germ
quaker oat meal, wheat germ, quality nutrients: Hi Diyani There is no magic diet.The most important thing is it should be well balanced.For breakfast having a nice quality bowl of cereal like quaker oat meal with some low fat milk or soy milk.You can spice it up with additional quality nutrients with walnuts,almonds,raisins,wheat...

Jogging & Running: Half marathon, first half marathon, ace bandage
first half marathon, ace bandage, marathon question: Hi G I don t no how bad your ankle is and where it bothers you,but the only thing you can do before sunday is just keep icing it no heat.Just 1 pair of socks.Ace bandage would be ok.It is not your shoes.What ever you have done or not done good or bad it makes...

Jogging & Running: jogging/running, tendons ligaments, balanced nutrients
tendons ligaments, balanced nutrients, warm up exercises: Hi Martin Congratulations on moving forward and deciding to get fit.The most important thing to remember is you have to have a great deal of patience and don t be in a hurry because you will just end up with a lot of stress related injuries to the muscular...

Jogging & Running: Knee Injury in competitive Sprinter!, night mare, bunny hop
night mare, bunny hop, knee problems: Hi Gary I would like to advise you in regards to your situation,but i would need to ask you many questions to properly evaluate everything and advise with proper clarity.Email is a struggle to get the proper thoughts to you with the necessary clarity.This...

Jogging & Running: Knee injury, knee injury, cartilage
knee injury, cartilage, marathon: Hi Christine I could not recommend or provide a schedule for a marathon with your situation and condition and i can t believe that doctor said it was ok.Just plain crazy.It can only lead to major problems.If you want to call me about this here in albuquerque...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, knee cap, highschools
knee cap, highschools, knee pain: Hi Tommy You probably have developed some alignment and tracking situations which is quite common with runners.You could have a slight case of chondromalacia.What i would recommend start including a up right stationary bike a few times a week to help correct...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: Dear Sharon, Thank-you for the compliments and please excuse me for making this public----but I only answer public questions-for the benefit of all! That said..... This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Podiatric Sports Medicine Doc of AnklenfootCenters.com...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Podiatric Sports Medicine Doc of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Continue on your treadmill up to 40 minutes and look to increase time and speed and skip the incline past a minimum amount-forever. An incline on a treadmill...

Jogging & Running: knee clicking, walking to loose weight, knee clicking
walking to loose weight, knee clicking, medium tension: Hi Stephen I really think you have some tracking and alignment situations.I recommend an up right stationary bike for 40 minutes as often as you can.Give it a couple weeks and get back to me and let me know how it is working for you.The most important thing...

Jogging & Running: knee hurt, stationary bike, couple of days
stationary bike, couple of days, alignment: Hi Iva Start supplementing your running with a up right stationary bike a few times a week for 30 to 40 min to help correct any alignment and tracking situations.You can continue to run,but just go easy.If you have any other questions just get in touch.Let...

Jogging & Running: knee hurts, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Podiatric Sports Medicine Doc of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Iva, For an initial injury always PRICE PRICE Protect-Wrap the knee and get off your feet-or walk in a way that it doesn t hurt Rest-Walk less...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, medium tension, chondromalacia
medium tension, chondromalacia, stationary bike: Hi Brien Based on your description and symptoms you probably have a slight case of chondromalacia which is a very common issue due to tracking and alignment.It is not serious,but could become serious if you don t take care of it.I have helped 100 s all over...

Jogging & Running: Pain in leg, pinched nerve, albuquerque nm
pinched nerve, albuquerque nm, proper answer: Hi Janelle You have a very complex situation and description and i wouldn t be able to give you a proper answer with the necessary clarity with out talking to you,since i would need to drill down and ask many question to come to some form of conclusion to...

Jogging & Running: when i run i feel a tweak in my knee, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Sports Med Podiatrist says....... Dear Michael, Please tell your parents now! Pain is not normal. You need to have it looked at! Dr George Tsatsos & Svetlana Zats Podiatrist Chicago 60618 & Elmhurst 60126 Podiatrists...

Jogging & Running: running & biking with chondromalacia, yoga instructors, newsw
yoga instructors, newsw, reoccurance: Hi Sharon I have copied some case history with some testimonials for your consideration and how to take care of it.If you would like to call me here in Albuquerque NM to get a lot more clarity and guidance as it pertains to your specific situation you can...

Jogging & Running: running in place bad for joints?, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Podiatrist says....... Dear Lynn Congrats on trying to be fit!!!!! There are no studies to my knowledge that running in place causes injury to the joints of your feet, ankles, knees, etc. That said... Always warm...

Jogging & Running: running in place bad for joints?, good posture, good shoes
good posture, good shoes, foot types: Hey Lynn, My grandma used to run like 5 miles a day, and now she has problems with her hips and knees...that being said, I am not trying to scare you. A.) she had arthritis, and B.) she had bad shoes. I remember, EVERYONE from the time I have started running...

Jogging & Running: running vs walking?, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: Dear Gord, This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Podiatric Doc of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Bravo for saying to yourself, I m goin to do something good for me !!!!! The most important part in weight loss is to review your diet! Try Seattle Sutton...

Jogging & Running: Severe Chrondromalacia, tendonites, Patellar subluxation, riding long distance, patellar subluxation
riding long distance, patellar subluxation, chrondromalacia: Hi Patty I would like to advise you but i would need to ask you many questions to get the complete clarity on your situation to properly advise accordingly.What i would like to do is discuss this over the phone with you if you wish since getting my thoughts...

Jogging & Running: Side Knee Pain, follow up, leg workouts, game of football
leg workouts, game of football, excersise: Hi Daniel There is no specific to running technique.Just run and don t think about it.You could have some IT band problems do to your alignment and tracking situation.Just get that bike going and see how it works after a while. All the best Joh...

Jogging & Running: Starting Cross Country, time span, good shape
time span, good shape, gym membership: Hey, I have a lot of info for you, so hold on tight! Ok, so first I want to tell you good job for deciding to do cross country. People say it isn t hard, but it really is a challenge. However, I believe you can do it. Here s why: both me and my brother...

Jogging & Running: treadmill, google, shin splints
google, shin splints, running gear: I know what you mean. When I was young, I went on a treadmill for a few hours and I was fine. Then I ran normally at school and died after a mile. Now it is the opposite for me. I LOVE running outside, and I get shin splints when I jog on a treadmill. My...

Jogging & Running: treadmill vs ground, tendons ligaments, minor adjustments
tendons ligaments, minor adjustments, perimeters: Hi Dave On a treadmill your always making minor adjustments for pace and stride and you just never get a real comfortable rhythm which effects the contraction and expanding of tendons,ligaments and collagen.There is also a bit of a balance issue with slight...

Jogging & Running: ankles hurting while running, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60126: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Sports Medicine Podiatrist of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Connie, You may have some early arthritic changes or you may be exercising improperly. If the pain goes away when you stop-have your shoes evaluated...

Jogging & Running: Going to bootcamp with runners knee, camp lejune nc, runners knee
camp lejune nc, runners knee, leg curls: Hi Ryan Congratulations on your choice of USMC.You will enjoy the experience.I served as a SGT, in the 6th marine div out of camp Lejune NC for 5 years.It is very unlikely you can correct your situation in 3 weeks based on what you have already done.The best...

Jogging & Running: cross country, nerves, cross country
nerves, cross country, stomach: What do you eat before a meet? How close to when you run do you eat? Some of the things you shouldn t eat before you run: If you eat dairy, or cream you will definitely upset your stomach Fiber will give you digestion problems Protein is bad, but not...

Jogging & Running: cross country, throw-up, pre-meet
throw-up, pre-meet, hydration: Ok. The time you eat seems ok, thats when our coach recommends that we eat. Crackers are good to eat before you run (is what my coach says), but I like pretzels. But be warned on pretzels. If you are going to eat them, give 2 hours at least, and they...

Jogging & Running: Dry heaves/gags, dry heaves, track workouts
dry heaves, track workouts, track workout: Heres my theories You are eating at the wrong time (I have to at least wait for 2 hours to run after I eat). 30 min. might not be enough time. Experiment with it, and see if that is the problem. You might be eating the wrong thing. Before you run, you...

Jogging & Running: Dry heaving/ gagging, dry heaves, track workouts
dry heaves, track workouts, track workout: Hi Matthew Your situation is quite complex,but diet plays a very big role and there are other things that also contribute.For one thing you shouldn t be eating 30 minutes before the race or workouts.I suggest aprox 4hrs.Do to the many questions i need to...

Jogging & Running: my dad needs to lose weight., getting back in shape, diet change
getting back in shape, diet change, albuquerque nm: Hi Ashley Getting back in shape losing weight should be a consistent daily process of a diet change and as you are getting him to do is a gradual walk jog program building up over time and it does not matter how fast.He should feel comfortable at all times.As...

Jogging & Running: deep dull sore knee, medium tension, dull ache
medium tension, dull ache, observation time: Hi Dillon You have a clear description of chondromalacia which is quite common in runners and i have helped 100 s of runners around the world fix this situation.Most important to success is a great great deal of patience and consistency in workouts.I have...

Jogging & Running: dull aching knee pain at night, plane journeys, yoga instructors
plane journeys, yoga instructors, keen cyclist: Hi Nigel If you have any questions with this info just get in touch Nigel. All the best John Thu, October 26, 2006 8:24:47 AM Knee injury all experts ... From: john dehart johndehart2003@yahoo.com [Chat now] ... View Contact...

Jogging & Running: Fair, Fat and 50, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Sports Med Podiatrist says....... Dear F,F & F, Congrats on admitting the problem and trying to do something about it!! Start by increasing your swimming time and decreasing your calories. Try Seattle Sutton diet...

Jogging & Running: Half marathon, first half marathon, ace bandage
first half marathon, ace bandage, marathon question: Hi G I don t no how bad your ankle is and where it bothers you,but the only thing you can do before sunday is just keep icing it no heat.Just 1 pair of socks.Ace bandage would be ok.It is not your shoes.What ever you have done or not done good or bad it makes...

Jogging & Running: half marathon training, injured, half-marathon
injured, half-marathon: Facts: I looked at the calendar, and it said that there is like 16 weeks until January. That would give you 10 weeks. Experience: When I ran mine, I trained from when fresh out of cross-country for 3 months, but I wanted to be competitive also. You...

Jogging & Running: iliacus pain, hip flexion, torso rotation
hip flexion, torso rotation, leg curls: Hi Linda It is not a matter what to do for rest and recovery and as far as how long this will go on.What you have to do is treat the cause of the problem which with runners is a tracking and alignment situation and there are many things which can cause this...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain/Training, knee cartilage, knee pain
knee cartilage, knee pain, rest days: Hi Joseph There is no way to tell how long it takes to recover fully except with a verbal explanation with the rehab process.The situation is based on many things that you do or don t do with follow through and consistency.Out of training and getting back...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, bad shape, good shape
bad shape, good shape, stationary bike: Hi Bob It is hard to pin point with that description,but since you can walk with no problems i would just stick to that for 30 days or add some stationary bike workouts.No running for a while say 30 days and then test it.Be patient or you will pay the price.Do...

Jogging & Running: Knee swells after activity, minimal exercise, step aerobics
minimal exercise, step aerobics, google: Hi Madeline I really can t put a finger on the pin pointed cause since i would need to very much depth with an awful lot of questions.I would recommend that you put into google...swelling fluid knee...nd then research the many articles associated with your...

Jogging & Running: knee hurting, new sneakers, alignment issues
new sneakers, alignment issues, flat shoes: Hi Sandra You don t have bad knees and stretching is not the problem and i think you meant running shoes as apposed to sneakers.I would recommend you include 3 days a week with up right stationary bike workouts for 45 min to correct any tracking and alignment...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, Podiatrist 60605, podiatrist 60661
Podiatrist 60605, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60126: This Chicago,South Loop & Elmhurst Sports Med Podiatrist says....... Dear Brigid, Sorry-but I had to change question to public to answer-So that all may benefit You can look at yourself in the mirror with shorts and see if your knee(s) tend to lean...

Jogging & Running: lateral knee pain, alignment issues, lateral knee pain
alignment issues, lateral knee pain, albuquerque nm: Hi Kelly You don t need to see a doctor and get an MRI.It appears it is starting to heal based a few things you mentioned.It seams like you strained some tendons ligaments surrounding the knee,but unless i talk to you i can t be sure.I would recommend a up...

Jogging & Running: Once a week, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60126: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Podiatrist of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Bud, It is best for you to exercise three times a week for 45 minutes for the best aerobic benefits. If your schedule does not allow this then try to exercise for...

Jogging & Running: Question, interval workouts, miss kitty
interval workouts, miss kitty, recovery periods: Hi Miss Kitty You have to increase the overload of the workout from time to time such as alternating the speed quicker for short periods of time such as 2,3,4,5 minutes with recovery periods back to a slower pace.Example like warm up easy for 10 minutes then...

Jogging & Running: Runners knee?, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60618, podiatrist 60661: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Sports Med Podiatrist says....... Dear Gord, Forget drugs and vitamins. You can take regular multiday vitamins for general health-if you are not sure about your diet. You can take an occasional Advil or Alleve for...

Jogging & Running: Running Form, hill workouts, grape vine
hill workouts, grape vine, lifting weights: My coach has us do sprint drills before we race, and sometimes before hard workouts. Try doing these 2 or 3 times before you run during the week, and tell me if it helps your form. *A-skips- on the balls of your feet, skip, and bring your knees up high,...

Jogging & Running: Running and knee pain, training for a half marathon, knee caps
training for a half marathon, knee caps, yoga instructors: Hi Sue You have a clear description of chondromalacia.The stationary bike is the best course of action.It works 100% if you have a great deal of patience,but depending how bad it is i can t really tell you how long it will take.Workouts of 45min to 1hr as...

Jogging & Running: running and knee pain, knees, injured
knees, injured, crackling: First of all, when you are injured, the first thing you do is get off your feet (that means no walking either) for the first three days. So do that first. I know it will be tempting, but DON T, your body is trying to warn you. Usually when we get injured...

Jogging & Running: Serious hamstring injury, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60126: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Sports Medicine Podiatrist of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Jeff, You will definitely re-injure the area on a treadmill as soon as you put it on incline. See another specialist-Perhaps a Sports Orthopedist...

Jogging & Running: Serious hamstring injury, ligaments and tendons, workout options
ligaments and tendons, workout options, aerobic workout: Hi Jeff You didn t mention where the injury is,bur regardless it is collagen muscle ligaments and tendons and tissue.The only way it will heal is to let it heal even if you have to walk for a while or some stationary bike workouts.The key to fixing it is...

Jogging & Running: shoulder pain while jogging, good posture, self massage
good posture, self massage, vit c: Hi Christine That can be quite a normal thing to happen as a new runner as many of the muscles and tendons have never experienced this kind of repetitive overload consistently.In time it will go away as you get in shape.What you can do before and after is...

Jogging & Running: Treadmill, daughters name, playing soccer
daughters name, playing soccer, stationary bike: Ok, so I don t have huge experience with treadmills, but I have been reading up a little about it lately. You are partially right that it has to do with lifting up your feet, and the belt moving. But think about this: When you are outside, what is different...

Jogging & Running: Achilles, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60126: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Orthopedic Podiatrist of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Simon The lumps in the back of your heels are probably small tears of the tendon from the calcaneous (heel bone). Since the bone does not know any better-it...

Jogging & Running: breathing techniques, breathing rhythm, breathing techniques
breathing rhythm, breathing techniques, diaphragm: Hi Eddie Your more than likely breathing threw the mouth,but just don t think about it.Just run at a relaxed pace and breathing will come naturally.If your struggling your going to fast and you just have to back off the pace.It is just like the white line...

Jogging & Running: breathing techniques, hyperventilating, speech therapist
hyperventilating, speech therapist, diaphragm: no, I usually take short quick breaths when I go uphill, and I try to breathe deep when am sprinting. I am not sure if you are supposed to take deep breaths when going uphill. I think it would be the same because no matter what, you don t want crams from...

Jogging & Running: Chronic calf pain, tendons ligaments, decent shape
tendons ligaments, decent shape, leg presses: Hi Jim It is hard to tell with out knowing what your program was before you started back so i ll make my recommendations.I would give yourself 30 days with no running and just use the elliptical.I would do no calf raises or jumping or leg presses.Since it...

Jogging & Running: Mild soreness of knee, stationary bike, knee pain
Jogging & Running: Mild soreness of knee, stationary bike, knee pain, toes

Jogging & Running: foot pain, neuroma, ball joint
neuroma, ball joint, foot pain: Hi Andrew It could be just bruised if you think back when it started to bother you and what you might of done.you can trace everything by carefully looking back.The other thing very likely it could be a neuroma.Just google neuroma for some pictures and content.Here...

Jogging & Running: Knee Clicking, clarity web, knee clicking
clarity web, knee clicking, walking up stairs: Hi clare I wish i could give you a specific forecast,but everybody s situation is different along with what kind of work ethic.The key is to keep a little journal and make little entries as to your progress and symptoms along the way.It doesn t have to be...

Jogging & Running: Knee problems after running, fitness regime, light jogging
fitness regime, light jogging, alternate days: Hi Jay I am quite sure i know what the problem is and can correct your situation,but i need to know what your fitness back round and consistency program was before you embarked on your current program and also your height weight and past athletic past and...

Jogging & Running: Mild soreness of knee, medium tension, 8miles
medium tension, 8miles, mild pain: Hi Danica You a slight case of chondromalacia base on your description and symptoms.Do not use a knee brace it is just a crutch.You have to treat the cause of the problem which is an alignment and tracking situation.The best course of treatment for this is...

Jogging & Running: marathon training & P90X, p90x workouts, pelvic fracture
p90x workouts, pelvic fracture, marathon training: Hi Carly There is nothing in the p90x program that will help your running and in fact you could injure yourself easily.The best cross training tool is and up right stationary in which you can do anything on the bike that you can running.Example if you run...

Jogging & Running: Pain on the sole of my foot, tip toes, active fit
tip toes, active fit, right foot: Hi Bhanu I m sure it is not about landing funny or stretching.Seeing that you have not run you probably just strained the fascia on the under side of foot and also bruised that area.You can still do yoga and go to gym,but don t run just bike until the situation...

Jogging & Running: running pain, foam roller, knee area
foam roller, knee area, running injuries: Hi Joe The one thing that causes most problems in running injuries especially the knee area is a tracking and alignment situation.It appears you possibly have some illotibial band problems.I think i can rule out chondromalacia since you say it is not knee...

Jogging & Running: sharp pain in heel when running, Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661
Podiatrist 60126, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60126: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Orthopedic Podiatrist of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Amy Sorry for the delay-was on vacation-just returned-that said..... Sounds like plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is the pain that a patient feels...

Jogging & Running: Training, ymca membership, bench presses
ymca membership, bench presses, shape thanks: Hi Jeremy Running is a real staple for overall fitness especially headed to ranger training.I was a sgt. in the USMC 6th marines so i would recommend you get out doors and work your way up gradually so your doing a 45 minute easy run 4 days a week.As far...

Jogging & Running: Training for rugby, chin ups, pull ups
chin ups, pull ups, chin up bar: Hi Jeff I would do your upper body work 3 times a week with 2 days rest recovery between sessions.Just do your pull ups and push ups until you start to feel going into failure.With out rest you have no growth.You should do a couple of long easy runs for 1hr...

Jogging & Running: tight calves, tight calves, heart attack
tight calves, heart attack, losing weight: Do you stretch before and after you run...especially afterwards makes a difference of how sore you will be the next day? also you shouldn t increase by .1 every day, you are continually increasing, and since you just began jogging, you need to vary it....

Jogging & Running: Weight, tibial stress fractures, oat meal, leg exercises
oat meal, leg exercises, stress factor: Hi Kamran You cannot rely on exercise only to lose weight(body fat).It is imperative that you get your 3 meals a day fined tune.If you don t you can not succeed.No exercises is going to help stress factor,just taking the weight off and alternative exercises...

Jogging & Running: 800m Race Training, capillary beds, good foundation
capillary beds, good foundation, power plants: Hi Jikk The most important of the training is building a long term foundation which is where all the science and internals such as capillary beds and mitochondria the power plants of the cell get developed.A good foundation to max the situation would be 3...

Jogging & Running: running shoes, los angeles lakers, air jordan
Jogging & Running: running shoes, los angeles lakers, air jordan, detroit pistons

Jogging & Running: fitness, running, sit-ups
running, sit-ups, push-ups: Definitely! You are stressing your aerobic system and building muscular endurance in your legs by running and you are building muscular endurance in your upper body by doing sit-ups and push-ups. Great job on exercising way more than most people. My only...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain., alignment issues, chondromalacia
alignment issues, chondromalacia, rugby season: Hi Jarrid As the alignment and tracking works it thing you will from time to time realize some discomfort but it is ok and normal.It can be frustrating from time to time but in time the success with this is fantastic,but you must as an athlete have a great...

Jogging & Running: Orthotics, plantar fascia, plantar fasciitis
plantar fascia, plantar fasciitis, running: Yes, it is also called forefoot running. And yes, it likely is related if your heel pain is what I think it is. Your achilles tendon attaches at your heel and then is continuous with the plantar fascia that runs along the bottom of your foot. Often plantar...

Jogging & Running: Right leg hurts at the beginning of run, skelton system, work outs
skelton system, work outs, stationary bike: Hi David Your experiencing alignment and tracking of the muscular skelton system which is quite normal with athletes and individuals in training.The best course of treatment is upright stationary bike work outs for 30 min to 1hr for 30 days and then make...

Jogging & Running: running shoes, olympic gold medalist, skeleton system
olympic gold medalist, skeleton system, research in marketing: Hi Lee First thing i want to tell you is the shoe companies primary mission is to make money for the company and share holders.They design shoes with little updates and great high profile advertising to justify the why you should consider a particular shoe.The...

Jogging & Running: running shoes, running shoes, pronate
running shoes, pronate: I haven t seen this before either and after a quick search online I didn t find an example of it either. If you could find out the brand I could research it further. I agree with you, it seems like these would be special shoes for people who pronate....

Jogging & Running: walking, exercise physiology, knee strengthening exercise
exercise physiology, knee strengthening exercise, knee problems: Great to hear from you Kumar....First question Kumar...Answer...NO and what your doing is a high quality long range program i would suggest you continue till you reach 100 years old or better.Your slight knee problems is a tracking and a alignment situation...

Jogging & Running: walking, pain, jogging
pain, jogging, kinetic chain: Kumar, Great job exercising. I ll answer some of you question and ask you some questions so I can help you further. First, definitely continue walking. Walking and running are natural human movements. If you are having pain that means you are doing something...

Jogging & Running: Chronic knee pain, first half marathon, chronic knee pain
first half marathon, chronic knee pain, alignment issues: Hi Evan I always recommend 500mg of vit c 3 times a day with food.No need for crutches.I recommend up right stationary bike workouts with medium tension increasing it as you become stronger at 65 to 85 rpm for 45 min to 1hr as often as you can till you start...

Jogging & Running: inner thighs, running, jogging
running, jogging, calories: Great job working out and eating right to lose weight Anna! The simple answer is, Yes, jogging will help! The slightly more complex answer is there are a lot of other things that would help as well. Yes, the lunges, squats, rollerblading and dieting will...

Jogging & Running: inner thighs, lunges and squats, tendons ligaments
lunges and squats, tendons ligaments, inner thighs: Hi Anna First i want to say Anna i started out just like you 30 years ago to get back in shape,and yes jogging at a comfortable pace is ideal and gradually building up to a level you can jog for 45 minutes 5 times a week at a very relaxed comfortable pace.There...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain from jogging, pain, running
pain, running, egoscue: I m terribly sorry to hear you ve had so much pain. First, there is no reason to believe that any of this will worsen Von Willibrands disease. Now for my recommendation. Because of the severity of the pain rest, ice, and an anti-inflammatory will not be sufficient....

Jogging & Running: patella tendinitis, knee bursitis, vigorous workouts
knee bursitis, vigorous workouts, doctors office: Hi Dave Patella tendinitis should not cause any swelling just discomfort.It is very possible a little bursitis.I have copied a link on this for you browse through. http://www.medicinenet.com/knee_bursitis/article.htm#1whatis I would not rush into the...

Jogging & Running: Running again after a 25-year "break"?, walking, jogging
walking, jogging, sprinting: Leonard, Thanks for the question. It s great to hear that she wants to exercise again! I would definitely suggest that she start slow. I would rather someone go a little slow than become injured with going to fast. Injuries cause you to spend more money,...

Jogging & Running: Shin splints?, barefoot, running
barefoot, running, pain: Mandi, thanks for asking the question. I m sorry it s taken me a couple of days. I had to do some investigation. This seems to be a very unique case. I ve never seen or heard of this. I did some research online and didn t see anything similar to this....

Jogging & Running: Speed workout, pain, running
pain, running, avulsion: Get it checked out! Great question Lori and great job on being so diligent working out. This is definitely not something you have to live with and don t believe anyone who says it is. Pain is our friend. It tells us something is wrong. Do not resolve...

Jogging & Running: Achilles Tight and Painful, running, jogging
running, jogging, physical therapy: Great question Michael! Remember pain is your friend. DO NOT IGNORE IT! That is my first advice. My second advice is to be evaluated by a running specialist and/or physical therapy doctor. Since the right one is fine and the left is hurting that means...

Jogging & Running: anterior shin splints and taping, midfoot, forefoot
midfoot, forefoot, running: I m sorry to hear about all your pain Cameron. Shin splints can be extremely frustrating. I ll briefly answer your questions, but I have better advice. 1) Yes it works to decrease pain, but it doesn t fix anything. 2) Get on youtube for videos if you want...

Jogging & Running: Chondromalacia patella, youtube video, knee pain
youtube video, knee pain, forefoot: I did notice you were in Egypt which definitely presents a problem. 1) Incorporate more upper-body exercise. This will allow you to exercise more without inflaming your knee. Also, try squats and lunges to exercise the legs unless it causes pain as...

Jogging & Running: How many km should i run?, overtrain, frequency
overtrain, frequency: Great to hear your running at 13 Euripidis! You should run at least 4 times a week. The number of kiometers is not as precise though. Start now to listen to your body. Everyone is different and every day is different. Just because you re able to do one...

Jogging & Running: knee pain and half marathon in 3 weeks!, marathon, forefoot
marathon, forefoot, midfoot: Wow! It sounds like you ve done a lot and need results quick! I will outline what you need to do for as much pain relief as possible immediately and for the future. Now! 1) See a physical therapy doctor who is trained to tape the patella (knee cap)....

Jogging & Running: Knee swelling, pain, knee swelling
pain, knee swelling, barefoot: Great job on starting to run! Pain is telling your body something is wrong. Pain is your friend. I do not believe that it is telling your body to stop running though. Running is good for us and the human body is made for running. Please read a href=...

Jogging & Running: making stamina, tennis, specificity
tennis, specificity, jogging: Great question Arham. The best exercise program for you will be one based on high-intensity interval training and jogging for the amount of time you play tennis. People commonly use circuits to accomplish this. The reason for these three suggestions is...

Jogging & Running: Marathon & Cramps, strike, heal
strike, heal, fore: Jervois, I m really sorry to hear about your problem. I can see how that would be so frustrating. I have 2 suggestions for you. 1) Run with a straighter torso. Often being bent forward can cause this problem because of the added strain to those muscles....

Jogging & Running: Muscle tear during running, running, second degree tear
running, second degree tear, calf: Thank you for the attachment. I m not sure what he means by a stepped tear , but from your description it sounds like a second degree tear. I definitely recommend you see a physiotherapist and not just one. I recommend seeing at least 3 physiotherapists...

Jogging & Running: Running, kinetic chain, running
kinetic chain, running, jogging: Beth, this is a very broad question so after my response please feel free to send a follow-up question. There are different ways to run, but all running should have as little excess movement as possible. Excess movement includes side-to-side movement, unnecessary...

Jogging & Running: running, barefoot, midfoot
barefoot, midfoot, forefoot: Great question Carrie! I definitely agree with you that it is not a dehydration problem. It is very likely an asymmetry/ muscle imbalance problem. This is a problem everyone has, but depending on the severity, location, and activities of the person it may...

Jogging & Running: sprained left foot, sprain, ankle
sprain, ankle, physical therapy: I m sorry to hear about your ankle! Your ankle should be alright to go in February, the tricky thing will be to be able to train before that. I have three suggestions. Use one or all of them. 1) Ice, ice, ice. Ice at least twice a day and for no more...

Jogging & Running: Chrondomalacia??, proper exercises, medical interventions
proper exercises, medical interventions, albuquerque nm: Hi Curtis Do to your 5yr history with no resolutions and numerous medical interventions and since you are here in the USA the easy way to give you the clarity and for me to get a clear history and bio on your past would be to call me here in Albuquerque NM...

Jogging & Running: cardio for fat loss, fat loss, cardio
fat loss, cardio: It seems that you may not be jolting your body enough to trigger fat loss. Those who exercise on treadmills or ellipticals, as opposed to those who do marathons, like myself, I have a lower body fat, but also it s difficult for me to keep a lot of muscle on...

Jogging & Running: Diet, first half marathon, magic meals
first half marathon, magic meals, necessary nutrients: Hi Paula First There is no magic meals for training for your first 1/2 marathon.Just make sure you eat well balanced meals which includes carbs proteins and vegies.You need no pre run snacks.After your run just stick to the the same well balance formula of...

Jogging & Running: Hip strengthing, recreational runners, elite runners
recreational runners, elite runners, workout time: Hi Candace First you don t need a 18 week program.Keep it at 16 weeks.I would stop your hip specific exercises and start up right stationary bike supplemental workouts.These will be far more running related specific and correct your tracking and alignment...

Jogging & Running: half marathon, half marathon training
half marathon training: Joanna First off, congratulations, it s a great accomplishment and you should be very proud of yourself. And as race time inches closer, just remember to taper during the last week leading up to the race. I d go with something like this: Week 1 Stretch...

Jogging & Running: jogging/walking shoe disaster, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60618
podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60618, Podiatrist 60126: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Orthopedic Podiatrist of AnklenfootCenters.com says....... Dear Katie Unfortunately, there are so many running shoes and so many changes to the styles it is tough to recommend a certain shoe for your foot-and especially...

Jogging & Running: Kneecap Sublexation, playing basketball, kneecap
playing basketball, kneecap, stationary bike: Hi ST I would not wear a brace and as far as when to get back running i would give running a break for a couple of months and start working on rehabbing your knee since that should not of happened and your lucky it wasn t worst.The one activity which would...

Jogging & Running: knee injury, stretching exercises, weight train
stretching exercises, weight train, foam roller: Hi Alice Most injuries in running are directly related to tracking and alignment of the muscular skeleton and this is base on your description and symptoms and also ITB which is just part of the overall structure.You more than likely have a slight case of...

Jogging & Running: Long distance running?, calf muscles, switch legs
calf muscles, switch legs, moderate pace: Stretching Stretching calf muscles is essential for injury prevention and reduces the size of your calves. Before and after physical activity, stretch your muscles for at least five minutes. A really basic stretch for your calf muscles is the standing calf...

Jogging & Running: Long distance running?, calf muscles, moderate pace
calf muscles, moderate pace, long distances: Hi William Q 1..Yes 2..Yes,but more definition and yes on thighs 3..Yes you can comfortably easy and doubles am,pm.Not knowing your bio and overall condition i ll just say 45 minutes am and pm,but you can adjust that to your level of comfort.You can...

Jogging & Running: leg numbness, iliotibial band syndrome, leg numbness
iliotibial band syndrome, leg numbness, pinched nerve: Hi Julie The wide range of your situation is a quite normal thing from individuals who are new to running and just dabble in a few runs from time to time. I personally experienced those same things years ago.Knowing what i know today as an athlete who ran...

Jogging & Running: Regarding running and my knee, knee exercises, chondromalacia
knee exercises, chondromalacia, stationary bike: Hi Bobbie You have symptoms of a slight case of chondromalacia which is a very common situation.It basically a tracking and alignment situation and just coming off carrying a little one that easily could of added to that.The best thing you can do to help...

Jogging & Running: Shin Cramps, shin splints, running
shin splints, running: Joe - My friend, it sounds like you have shin splints. Cramping in that area is almost always shin splints, about 99% of the time. Basically, you need to get that area stronger so that your shins will be strong enough to withstand your movement. And any...

Jogging & Running: Swollen Knees & sore ankles after 10k, sore ankles, swollen knees
sore ankles, swollen knees, albuquerque nm: Hi Meghan You can never work through an injury.It is your bodies way of talking to you saying fix me.Most injuries are directly related to tracking and alignment which is your situation with a slight case of chondromalacia.I have worked with 100 s of individual...

Jogging & Running: Wanting to become a professional athlete., half marathons, genetic correlation
half marathons, genetic correlation, professional athlete: Hi Tim I really like your desire.That is one of the most key critical points for success,but the real key to save time is a genetic correlation from your past family history and what they have done.Whats your BIO and past history so i can feel what you have...

Jogging & Running: 5k Run, running, older age running
running, older age running: Linda great job, age is a wonderful thing, but when it comes to running it can be harder as you get older. Most notably if you are just picking things back up again after a long delay or never running at all. But, age is not the issue, so don t worry....

Jogging & Running: Ankle pain, heel pain, after running., running injury, running machine
running injury, running machine, ankle pain: Sounds like you might have some issues with heel spurs, very common, getting back into running injury. This is treated well with ice and stretching of the area, as well as time off. You have to be able to able to get comfortable coming back slowly, the injury...

Jogging & Running: Ankle Tendonitis, ankle tendinitis, marathon running
ankle tendinitis, marathon running, training: Lucy It s all about strengthening the area, and plenty you can do in the meantime. Decreasing mileage, ice, anti-inflammatory medications, and occasionally, the use of arch supports or heel lifts are used to treat this problem. Stretching and strengthening...

Jogging & Running: Chondromalacia, chondromalacia of the patella, knee scoped
chondromalacia of the patella, knee scoped, albuquerque nm: Hi Cyndi I have helped 100 s and 100 s of individuals around the world over the years and i was my first client years ago.It took me 8 months to rehab myself since at the time i couldn t find a doctor or any other health professionals that could tell me what...

Jogging & Running: Ankle Tendonitis, achilles tendonitis, night splint
Jogging & Running: Ankle Tendonitis, achilles tendonitis, night splint, tendon

Jogging & Running: foot pain, bone density test, pelvic fracture
bone density test, pelvic fracture, stress fracture: Hi Lori When you felt the foot pain coming on that is when you should of adjusted your training till things felt better and diagnose what the problem is.Symptoms of discomfort always get worse.The building up of mileage and then the speed workout and hill...

Jogging & Running: increase stamina for long run & pain in knees., pain in knees, increase stamina
pain in knees, increase stamina, stretching exercises: Yes manish, there are issues with just getting into it, and kinks, soreness, and overall pain is going to be a constant while starting. Just make sure you do your exercises with care, and take time off where necessary. Make sure you stretch, 15 minutes before,...

Jogging & Running: Left Knee Pain, workout routine, doctor asap
workout routine, doctor asap, right position: Callie Hi, a lot of your questions I m not in the right position to answer. It s important to make sure you head into running slowly, if you are just starting off, you are bound to have some pains while you ready your body for this. It sounds like you...

Jogging & Running: knee and foot pain, dull ache, sports tape
dull ache, sports tape, foot strike: You need some new shoes. Head into a running store and explain the pain, your shoes are the first issue, then a good associate will be able to offer you insight into any other issues. This ties all into your foot strike, gait, all the above. If you are able...

Jogging & Running: knee pain (IT band?), boston marathom, first half marathon
boston marathom, first half marathon, knee cap: Hi Niki The best thing you can do to heal and maintain your fitness level is up right stationary bike workouts.Anything you do running you can do on the bike.You just go by time such as if you did a 8 mile long run at 9min pace would be 1hr 12 min.That would...

Jogging & Running: Left knee problem, defensive medicine, arthiritis
defensive medicine, arthiritis, apointment: Hi Sara First question...There is no question that yes you will be 100% in time and i say that with 30 years of experience dealing with clients and first hand as i have said before i corrected my situation my self which is the same protocol i m recommending...

Jogging & Running: knee problems, fleshy area, half marathon
fleshy area, half marathon, albuquerque nm: Hi Don I can help you with that,but with time and clarity of your situation i would like to discuss this over the phone with you if that is ok with you to make sure we get this right and you fully understand the protocol to fix it.Just go to my site for contact.I...

Jogging & Running: About kneepain, trail marathon, left leg
trail marathon, left leg, left knee: It sounds like you might have some IT issues in that left leg. This could be a lot of things, what I would suggest, and this type of feeling you have, is something I experience after some hard trail marathon/ultras I do, where your hip/lower back actually...

Jogging & Running: nausea, lacrosse season, good shape
lacrosse season, good shape, extreme cases: Robert - Sorry to hear you are experiencing so much pain, sounds like you been struggling a bit. I think also, this is a bit out of my expertise and could be a number of things why you are going through this after your full speed sprints. It s important...

Jogging & Running: Physique, interval training, noticeable difference
interval training, noticeable difference, thighs: You re not the first person to ask me a question like this. The hard part is that everyone is different. We all have different bodies and need to be stunted in a number of ways to help this cause of cutting in certain areas. Now, I m a distance runner, I...

Jogging & Running: question, joan benoit samuelson, freeport maine
joan benoit samuelson, freeport maine, chicago marathon: Hi Jose It is the maximum capacity of an individuals body to transport and use oxygen during exercise.Just one example.Joan benoit samuelson at age 27 now 53 won the gold medal in the 1984 olympic womens marathon and held the world record for about 15 years...

Jogging & Running: running with as, physical fitness test, elements of chi
physical fitness test, elements of chi, must be a way: Have you heard of Chi Running, a different way to run and hold form/technique; (http://www.active.com/women/Articles/5-Elements-of-Chi-Running.htm) I think this is something you should consider, many runners with your disease, which I am so sorry about,...

Jogging & Running: Severe pain in the calf mucsle., tredmil, pain in the calf
tredmil, pain in the calf, pls advice: Have you gone to a doctor about what the cause might be, the body is a funny thing sometimes and often internal pains, such as diabetes can throw other things off. I d see a doctor first about the issue to make sure it has nothing to do with diabetes, once...

Jogging & Running: Skechers Shape ups?, indoor rubber, science numbers
indoor rubber, science numbers, tendons and ligaments: Hi Bud First is how do you know it is arthritis.Did you have a MRI.It is not something you can t guess at.Chondromalacia has many of the same symptoms.Forget the shapeups and go with a comfortable pair of running shoo s.There just a marketing scam with just...

Jogging & Running: Sore calf - 5 weeks before London Marathon, tight calf muscles, london marathon
tight calf muscles, london marathon, skeleton system: Hi Markt I have used the up right stationary bike for my clients and myself for many years and .Every thing you can do on the roads you can do on the bike,you just go by time.I would limit your swimmimg since the bike is so much more event specific to the...

Jogging & Running: Swollen and throbbing ankles, foot strike, running store
foot strike, running store, experience pain: Do you normally experience pain all the time in that area when you run or exercise, how long have you been running track for the school? it sounds like it could be a direct relation to running, but your gait or foot strike might be what needs to be analyzed...

Jogging & Running: Weak Legs, nerves system, medium tension
nerves system, medium tension, ab exercises: Hi Adam I do not feel it has anything to do with nerves,but don t know your complete bio and past activities.Guessing your quite healthy not nerves.Just good old fashion ab exercises(sit ups).Back extensions.Just go by your breathing at a relative comfortable...

Jogging & Running: My wife and running, sports science institute, endurance athlete
sports science institute, endurance athlete, natural aging process: Heavy running can lead to premature aging November 22 2003 at 10:57am By Douglas Carew The Comrades and Two Oceans ultra-marathons are as South African as boerewors and pap, but scientists at the University of Cape Town believe that running ultra-marathons...

Jogging & Running: 15 year Runner from First to Last, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60618
podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60618, Podiatrist 60126: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Laser Toenail Podiatrist says....... Dear Phil, Your doctor is right. Not only should your son eat healthy balanced meals-but it sounds that he has also over trained. He should pick one sport and train gently-or even...

Jogging & Running: Ankle Pain, world class athletes, marathan
world class athletes, marathan, half marathon: Hi Anna You are experiencing some tracking and alignment situations.It is a very normal problem with runners especially individuals just starting out and upping the training.The best course of action now and in the future of your training is to incorporate...

Jogging & Running: Annoyed with non-running friend, half marathons, passionate advocates
half marathons, passionate advocates, half marathon: Teresa A little bit. Running is a sport where people become passionate about it. I for one, you will find are one of its most passionate advocates. Running is half my life, besides, work sleeping, eating, etc. I ve run into your friend s kind, a normal...

Jogging & Running: bruised feeling in knee after running, runners knee, alignment problems
runners knee, alignment problems, skeleton system: Hi Jen You should always be concerned with discomfort.Things don t go away by them self.Always address the situation.When you start a new activity like running it takes time for the muscular skeleton system to adapt to the stress of the process and from time...

Jogging & Running: Calf injury, comrades marathon, acupuncture specialist
comrades marathon, acupuncture specialist, nerve injury: Juan I know Comrades well, running my first in 2012. It sounds like your injury could need some muscle therapy, and possibly some type of acupuncture could help with this pain and possibly help in healing. I would schedule something with a sports-related...

Jogging & Running: cracking knees, cracking knees, cracking knuckles
cracking knees, cracking knuckles, contrary to popular opinion: Yea, sounds like cartilage in the front of the knee cap wearing away a bit, which causes that pain usually. start taking chondroitin, it s minimal, but will help longterm. Try and limit your weights (leg work) to a minimal. Take off for a week, then second...

Jogging & Running: Fasting and running, newfound passion, addictive sport
newfound passion, addictive sport, raw honey: Brian Great to hear about your newfound passion, sounds like me all over again! Running is an addictive sport, and once you do check your Ego, as you so nicely put it - it is something that you can continue to do and increase mileage on as you get healthy.there...

Jogging & Running: Finding the right shoe as my needs change, fivefingers, shock absorption
fivefingers, shock absorption, minimalist movement: Sure. I am a big fan of the minimalist movement and have run marathons myself in these types of shoes. For you, as a walker, you just have to realize the difference from going from the padding you are wearing now to just regular racing flats, even one more...

Jogging & Running: Annoyed with non-running friend, part time job, twitter
Jogging & Running: Annoyed with non-running friend, part time job, twitter, brag

Jogging & Running: fitness equipment selection, tighs, fitness clubs
tighs, fitness clubs, equipment selection: It depends what your budget is, but there are treadmills and stationary skis or bikes for everyone. Head to google and do a compare and review process, look at what other people are saying and see if it matches your budget. They all tend vary in price and...

Jogging & Running: fitness equipment selection, tighs, fitness clubs
tighs, fitness clubs, nutrition programs: Hi Amir I would go with the treadmill since you have a lot more control of speed, incline for quads hips and just plain more enjoyable and your constantly moving and incorporating many more muscle groups.Just keep in mind that what your nutrition programs...

Jogging & Running: Incline manual treadmill, podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60618
podiatrist 60661, podiatrist 60618, Podiatrist 60126: This Chicago, South Loop & Elmhurst Laser Toenail Podiatrist says....... Dear Bud, Congrats on trying to improve your lifestyle! Try to vary your exercise/walking routine. Try to have two days of vigorous exercise-as long as you can go(you can stop...

Jogging & Running: Knee Injury from running, arthiritis, apointment
arthiritis, apointment, albuquerque nm: Hi Bella I feel based on your description and symptoms such as up and down stairs.What i have done is copied a case a recent case history and how to treat it along with a letter from a client Captain Robert Johnson experience.After going through it if you...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, medium tension, softball gear
medium tension, softball gear, albuquerque nm: Hi Gracelyn What you also did is create some tracking and alignment situations that have to be corrected.I have found over many years with 100 s of individuals around the world that up right stationary bike workouts with medium tension increasing it as you...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, medium tension, leg exercises
medium tension, leg exercises, curles: Hi Brandon Based on your description and symptoms and your workouts you have a case of chondromalaicia with 98% accuracy.I would do no exercises from the waist down.The best course for this situation is up right stationary bike workouts from 45 min to 1hr...

Jogging & Running: knee pain- fluid on knee, titanium screws, fluid on knee
titanium screws, fluid on knee, impact aerobics: Christy Sure, you might be able to do a few things: Supplements: Glucosamine Chondroitin is a popular supplement that helps with joint pain, and very much with knees, where it s most prominent. Fluid: It sounds like your knees have problems with...

Jogging & Running: manual treadmill?, manual treadmill, functional rehabilitation
manual treadmill, functional rehabilitation, hip surgery: Yea, treadmills are good and bad. Often, treadmills can be great for recovery, but also the footing and placement, which on a treadmill, can be tough and hard on the knees, depending how fast you go. I recently hooked up with this brand, Alter G treadmills,...

Jogging & Running: New runner with knee pain, body time, three quarters
body time, three quarters, half miles: Well, lots of questions here and I can only speculate really. How long have you been running, first time in awhile, how long, etc...all these factors play into it. Normally, when individuals start running again, it takes the body time to get used to it, it...

Jogging & Running: neck strain, delicate structure, neck strain
delicate structure, neck strain, relapse: Hi Steve You have the opportunity to compete in many more races,but god for bid with the stress of racing and the muscular skeleton systems delicate structure and any unknown factors i would wait till you are 100%.It is not worth a possible worst case ????...

Jogging & Running: Runner's Knee, alignment problems, half marathon
alignment problems, half marathon, testimonial letter: Hi Devon I m quite sure you have created quite a lot of tracking and alignment problems and your going to have to have a great deal of patience.Chondromalacia is something which is an issue also.The up right stationary bike is the best tool for this from...

Jogging & Running: Running, stationary bike, half mile
stationary bike, half mile, workouts: Hi Harold Yes it could be it band,but more than likely you seem to have a tracking problem.I would start doing some up right stationary bike workouts for a while and see if it helps.The is a course of action i have used with clients for years to correct the...

Jogging & Running: The right shoe as my needs change, vivobarefoot, five fingers
vivobarefoot, five fingers, minimalist shoes: Sure. I am a big fan of the minimalist movement and have run marathons myself in these types of shoes. For you, as a walker, you just have to realize the difference from going from the padding you are wearing now to just regular racing flats, even one more...

Jogging & Running: Short-mid distance running, track workouts, conversational pace
track workouts, conversational pace, fast twitch muscles: Track workouts! they help with speed in a major way and something you should definitely consider. This will help drive your fast twitch muscles and get your legs moving quickly and used to the fast speed . Track workouts are similar to this, one I do every...

Jogging & Running: Sudden Ankle Pain, custom orthotics, albuquerque nm
custom orthotics, albuquerque nm, ankle pain: Hi Wes I m not a believer in orthotics or motion control shoes.It is possible you have a little bit of shin splints.That is one area besides the frontal shin.Ice would be useful as often as you can.I do think your right about to much stability.I can t stand...

Jogging & Running: SI Joint issues, half marathons, yoga and pilates
half marathons, yoga and pilates, mid 20: Julie; I m not a doctor, so I m obviously not going to have anything better to say than your GP. It seems pretty clear to me, though, that this won t get better if you re just leaving it alone. The best idea I would have would be to give PT another shot,...

Jogging & Running: Upper Hip Pain, knee groin, albuquerque nm
knee groin, albuquerque nm, hip bone: Hi Madeline In order to help you and resolve your situation i would need some past history and training program week to week and when you started to feel discomfort before you contacted me.Injuries come on very slowly and in early on most athletes just blow...

Jogging & Running: ankle pain with running, tendons ligaments, alignment issues
tendons ligaments, alignment issues, mini marathon: Hi Grainne Since you ran the the 10k with out problems it suggest to me regardless of the original cause that you have an ankle which is weak along with all the surrounding tendons ligaments and collagen.More than likely you twisted your ankle a ways back...

Jogging & Running: Calves?, tight calves, body chemistry
tight calves, body chemistry, salt intake: Some people have issues with this, some more than others due to body chemistry, salt intake, and how your body responds to running. Try some of these exercises and tips on this page: http://irunlikeme.blogspot.com/2011/04/learn-what-to-do-with-tight-calves-when.html...

Jogging & Running: Chronic interior medial shin splint, calf cramps, stress fractures
calf cramps, stress fractures, leg cramps: Hi Liza I know what your situation is based on your detailed information,but i need to talk to you in person over the phone to really pass on the necessary ability for you to implement strategies to correct your situations.It is impossible to relay my thoughts...

Jogging & Running: Clicking knee going up stairs, ligaments tendons, elite athlete
ligaments tendons, elite athlete, medium tension: Hi Angie Most problems with running are directly related to tracking and alignment of the muscular skeleton system including the clicking situation your experiencing.Since you are just coming back from a great experience with your 9yr old a lot of what happened,nothing...

Jogging & Running: cross country, workout, cross country
workout, cross country, 60 minutes: Amanda Stick with this plan i sent you above, you ll get more of a benefit, as to just running one mile in total. I push a little, and I think you should do the same, don t be afraid of this plan, it s not too difficult, and if it s too much, just cut it...

Jogging & Running: distance running nausea, comrades marathon, sugary snacks
comrades marathon, sugary snacks, stomach problems: it seems that your body just doesn t want to accept that type of food for some reason. Have you tried the 32GI yet, how does that work for you? If not, I d try that solution and see what it does for you, i can do a bit more research to see what else is out...

Jogging & Running: eating, cayenne pepper, calorie count
cayenne pepper, calorie count, cardiovascular system: Hi Brittany The best thing is run first then breakfast.You might find this strange,but you will find a gold standard breakfast that will really set up your day.I recommend a really great salad.You can add so many powerful nutrients in a very low calorie count,but...

Jogging & Running: Flexor digitorum longus injury, muscle massage, scar tissue
muscle massage, scar tissue, marathon runner: Larry sorry to hear about friend, sounds a bit painful. Scar tissue would definitely be a culprit there, and could assist in that tearing . Time off and therapy are the best solutions. And if time off is just too much for you, the transition to swimming...

Jogging & Running: knee stuff, squats and lunges, cracking knees
squats and lunges, cracking knees, cracking knuckles: No, you are OK. cracking knees are nothing to worry too much about. popping or cracking knuckles is a result of releasing gas out of a pocket of liquid in your joints (if I remember correctly). Basically, it s kind of like opening a can of soda. It isn...

Jogging & Running: knees...again, squats and lunges, cracking knees
squats and lunges, cracking knees, cartilage damage: Andrea; You re right there, cartilage can t be made again. It can be strengthened though, which is good news. Glucosamine sulfate and chondroitin are supplements you can take to strengthen it, you can generally find them together in one pill that you take...

Jogging & Running: lower abdominal muscle pain from running., abdominal muscle pain, half ironman
abdominal muscle pain, half ironman, abdominal muscles: Shawn This is tough, i m not completely sure. What did the doctor say about it in detail, any specific diagnosis, or a list of potentials? I wonder if it s gas or something with the colon possibly? Although going down your groin, could be urinary tract...

Jogging & Running: marathon running, half marathons, proper preparations
half marathons, proper preparations, speed work: Hi Daniel Mid week run 25k is a necessity even if you have to get up at 3:30 to 4.Cut the weights totally.Just throw in some push ups.Regards to weight you have to alter your diet with a better balance and not so heavy on carbs and just keep tweaking.Your...

Jogging & Running: question, miss kitty, skeleton system
miss kitty, skeleton system, stationary bike: Hi Miss Kitty Without knowing your bio and past history of exercise and running i can t give a specific reason for that situation,but i do know for sure that that there are a number of problems associated with beginners starting out such as doing to much...

Jogging & Running: Reduce 5k time in two weeks, easy strides, hilly course
easy strides, hilly course, bad weather: Hi Jeff You need more strength.Your 6:39 is a 20:13 5k pace and your 2nd mile was 8:00 and you slowed to about 8:30 to 8:45 for the last 1.2 miles.With 2 weeks to go you don t have a lot of time so I ll give you 2 big workouts separated 5/21 and 5/26.First...

Jogging & Running: Right Knee hurts when I run (and after as well), runners shop, right shoes
runners shop, right shoes, gait: Not a bad idea either yea, insoles can make a huge difference if you ve already figured out step one, the shoes. The options to create your own are pretty widespread, the most popular are heat molds, where you get a padding, and then heat it in the oven for...

Jogging & Running: starting running routine, getting into shape, biofreeze
getting into shape, biofreeze, hi john: Hi John, First off, kudos for you for wanting to get into shape. This is a decision that, if you stay with it, will change your life essentially forever. Now that being said, onto your questions... Since you re starting out without a past with exercise,...

Jogging & Running: sudden snip & knee pain while jogging, knee pain, tendons
knee pain, tendons, inflammation: Hi Binka It is hard to tell specifically what it could be,but you have a number tendons ligaments that support the function of the tracking and alignment so i would take of for three to 7 days and ice the area often to reduce any inflammation and then let...

Jogging & Running: Change in lifestyle...and running/eating schedule, easier run, routine schedule
easier run, routine schedule, afternoon heat: Kim Twice a days can be good if you approach them properly. Yes, running harder tempo runs in the AM and then going easier at night, or vice versa; is a better way to approach 2/day s then what you are doing now with them. Try and push yourself a bit more...

Jogging & Running: I don't know what else to do D:, personal workouts, quality position
personal workouts, quality position, soccer field: Hi Riley It is not possible to determine who has more speed based on the soccer field workouts regardless of your efforts with your own personal workouts.There are many factors that determine such information and since your primary focus is to enjoy playing...

Jogging & Running: injury, sprint triathlon, runners knee
sprint triathlon, runners knee, alignment issues: Hi Stephanie First the straight leg lifts are worthless and a waist of time.You have some tracking and alignment issues and a slight case of chondromalacia some time called runners knee.This is 100% correctable with patience and consistent workouts.I have...

Jogging & Running: jogging with torn maniscus, hi amy, high heals
hi amy, high heals, lacrosse player: Hi Amy The only way i could shed some light on her situation is to talk to you over the phone since i would need to ask many questions to make an appropriate response.You can call me here in Albuquerque NM any time no charge to discuss her situation in more...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, is it Chondromalacia?, gluteus medius, knee clicking
gluteus medius, knee clicking, half marathon: Hi Hilda I would not recommend you run the race.You have some serious problems going on and you should put your entire focus on correcting those issues.That doctors advice is absurd,but doesn t surprise me..Chondromalacia is quite common especially with runners.Had...

Jogging & Running: Knee Hurts, climbing down stairs, sense pain
climbing down stairs, sense pain, fri: Hi Brinda You have all the symptoms of alignment and tracking issues along with possible chondromalacia which is not a serious problem that can t be corrected with patience and working with the necessary workouts consistently.To answer your direct questions...

Jogging & Running: Knee pain, alignment issues, workout time
alignment issues, workout time, medium tension: Hi Kevin When you have a problem and treat it with present advice and follow it you have to make decisions how far you want to go.My feeling based on our conversations your very impatient and want to correct something yesterday.I can not answer your questions...

Jogging & Running: Long distance vs. high intensity, well balanced diet, heavy duty training
well balanced diet, heavy duty training, push ups: Hi Mike The only thing you have to is just gradually build your mileage at a pace that is comfortable and if you desire throw in some quicker pic ups at a quicker pace from time to time from 2min to 5 min if you want.I would recommend running for time as...

Jogging & Running: meniscus, torn meniscus, knee cap
torn meniscus, knee cap, days of the week: Yes, i would have that looked at and taken care of. Leaving it be without surgery will only make the knee worse in time, and something that will probably keep you from running for the rest of your life if you don t get it fixed. Running with a slight pain,...

Jogging & Running: Please Help, cat mouse, body doesn
cat mouse, body doesn, team success: Hello Riley, You may be working out too much over the course of time. Yes, practice is important, but just general running on your days off with tempo/interval runs is harder to recover from. Then, if you constantly push yourself maximally, over & over,...

Jogging & Running: sever upper abdominal pain during running, intercostal muscle strain, hard to take a deep breath
intercostal muscle strain, hard to take a deep breath, upper abdominal pain: Hi Holly Knowing you are probably in really great shape the one thing that really stands out to me is i have the feeling it could very likely be a slight strain of the intercostal muscles in the rib cage.Can you remember falling recently since you can trace...

Jogging & Running: snapping hip and knee pain after jogging, snapping hip, decent shape
snapping hip, decent shape, consistent work: Hi Jarremy I m sure your legs are fine based on that bike ride of 80 miles.The reason for the stationary bike is because it puts you in an exacct position and you can maintain a good medium tension with a medium to high aprox.65 to 80 rpm which is ideal for...

Jogging & Running: Weight Reduction, snake oil salesman, great desire
snake oil salesman, great desire, reducing body fat: Hi Talha Reducing body fat takes time and consistence diet detail especially the abs since they are not in motion unlike the rest of the muscular system which is always quite active day to day.Honey has nothing to do with it.You have to fine tune your diet...

Jogging & Running: burning in knee, patellar tendon, medial side
patellar tendon, medial side, albuquerque nm: Hi Jennifer It seems like you developed some tracking and alignment situations base on your description.What i recommend is over the next week try some stationary bike workouts med tension at about 65 to 85 rpm.I have used this method over a number of years...

Jogging & Running: calf injury from joggingv, leg muscles, calf area
leg muscles, calf area, stretching exercises: Sorry to hear that you are feeling some pain, it sounds like it could be something that is just a strain, and maybe just that area, you have some muscle problem. Stretching beforehand should be light, while you don t want to do too much to over strain or pull...

Jogging & Running: Knee Click, conclusive answer, activity history
conclusive answer, activity history, medical doctors: Hi Ken There is no conclusive answer regardless of credentials that any one including so called medical doctors can predict when is the right time to start back up because everybody s situation is different and as for me i would need to ask you many questions...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, runners knee, medium tension
runners knee, medium tension, alignment problems: Hi Ngo When your riding you should have a little slight break in your extension and not straight leg.You should feel the effort about 4 inches above the middle of the knee cap and just tweak it to get a good feel.The problem with inner side quads is seat...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain and Clicking sound while walking, knee cap, stationary bike
knee cap, stationary bike, left knee: Hi Manu You have developed some tracking and alignment situations which is quite common especially with athletes.In addition to the above you could very likely be developing chondromalacia.The best course of treatment for this from many years of experience...

Jogging & Running: leg descrepancy with hip impingement, world masters athletics, speed sessions
world masters athletics, speed sessions, running 800: Hi Adrian You have have a very complex question and the only way i can answer it and drill down to with complete understanding to express some of the solutions you can take and i can get more detailed info on your situation and how we can get you back up...

Jogging & Running: Pain under Knee cap, runners knee, knee cap
runners knee, knee cap, couple miles: Hi Harry You have developed some tracking and alignment issues and possibly a slight case of chondromalacia.I have had it myself years ago and it won t go away by it self.I would not run on it till you can correct it since it will only get worst.I have helped...

Jogging & Running: running expert, heart pain, tightness in chest
heart pain, tightness in chest, tightness in the chest: Hi Doni You said you experienced heart pain so first i would like to clarify your definition if you know it is specifically actually your heart or just being out of shape and tightness in the chest and lack of breath before i recommend a course of training...

Jogging & Running: Sand Running, achilles tendon, skeleton system
achilles tendon, skeleton system, sand run: Hi Sherri If you want to run the race you should definitely wear your running shoes.The one thing i would caution you about is especially being out of shape.The muscular skeleton system especially from the knee s down to your feet and especially your achilles...

Jogging & Running: Trimming my mile, capillary network, rest periods
capillary network, rest periods, natural speed: Hi Colin Long range to maximize your mile time is a very solid foundation of 3 months to develop the transformation of capillary network beds and mitochondria which are the power plants of the cell that supply the most energy.On a short term program with...

Jogging & Running: Head pressure, normal blood pressure, weather in southern california
normal blood pressure, weather in southern california, agility training: Hi Linda I m quite sure you are having some effort headaches which can be more pronounced in hot weather.You can trace all injuries and symptoms such as yours with 98% accuracy by tracking back in your training program when certain mid symptoms started showing...

Jogging & Running: knee pain, knee area, soccer training
knee area, soccer training, knee cap: sounds like it. I d make sure you get to a doctor and get an MRI, chances you are injured it initially, and with time it has gotten worse. major trauma to the knee area can cause some big issues depending how you hit it. get to a doctor and get it looked at...

Jogging & Running: Knee Pain, is it soreness or did I do damage, tendons ligaments, fitness activity
tendons ligaments, fitness activity, stationary bike: Hi Evette First you have not damaged your knee s and you don t need to see a doctor.First of all any time you start a fitness activity from scratch and especially if you have a significant weight issue you have to have a great deal of patience and just never...

Jogging & Running: running, cheerleading, shape
cheerleading, shape, suits: Linda Glad to hear you want to get back into things, a good start is a walk to run program, so you can do things safely. If you want something more advanced, let me know, but see if this suits you: http://running.about.com/od/5kracetrainingschedules/a/5Krunwalktrainingschedule.htm...

Jogging & Running: Running clarification, well balanced diet, medium pace
well balanced diet, medium pace, chronic damage: Hi Rick I understand what your looking for so i m going to make this very simple for you to follow in which will produce max lean tissue.First you have to get squeaky clean with a well balanced diet and stay away from junk.Second in regards to your running.The...

Jogging & Running: stamina, half marathon training, marathon training program
half marathon training, marathon training program, half marathon training program: get back into the fray with a training plan that has you running consistently most of the week, you can choose from many and I d suggest something like a half marathon training program, it should give you enough of a challenge daily while you do it to gain...

Jogging & Running: Stamina, increasing stamina, terrain conditions
increasing stamina, terrain conditions, tread mill: Outside will give you a better workout, bar none. Indoors you are restricted to one track on a variety of speeds. Outdoor, your body has to adjust to the terrain, conditions, weather, and elevation. I always suggest, if you want to be a better runner, stay...

Jogging & Running: Top of foot pain from jogging, top of foot pain, couch to 5k program
top of foot pain, couch to 5k program, getting in shape: Hi Bob I m quite sure you have some tendonitis which is not unusalual for individuals just starting out in which i remember very clearly my self years ago.I would ice it as often as you can,but your going to have to take it gradually and perhaps alternate...

Jogging & Running: Weight/Fitness, well balanced diet, fitness question
well balanced diet, fitness question, running in the morning: Hi Rohit As long as you get a well balanced diet running is not going to make you lose weight just reduce your body fat if it is above the norm.Good body fat for you would be 10 to 15 percent.To gain weight with out adding fat you must develop a total body...

Jogging & Running: achilles tightness, training for a half marathon, tendons ligaments
training for a half marathon, tendons ligaments, stationary bike: Hi Stratton First stop with all activities and start training on a up right stationary bike if you expect to run a decent 1/2 marathon and not mess up your tendon further.This is one specific injury you don t want to mess with,because you will lose and possibly...

Jogging & Running: acute knee injury, joint effusion, articular cartilage
joint effusion, articular cartilage, fluid accumulation: Hi Betsy Thank you for your long winded-ness because that is the only way i can really diagnosis your situation.The problem is to appropriately make this happen is i need more information with many questions to really get pin point questions answered on your...

Jogging & Running: Also chondromalacia, aloe first, turmerik
aloe first, turmerik, nyc marathon: Hi aloe First i was my first client 35 years ago and developed Chondromalacia training around 100 miles a week for the NYC marathon with a very low 2:50 finish when my knee gave out 7 weeks from race.I could not find any medical doctors or PT s who could...

Jogging & Running: Dry mouth while running, dry mouth, mouthful
dry mouth, mouthful, dries: Hi Amir That practice of holding water is totally not necessary,but can t hurt you.Your situation is a direct result of your diet and not properly hydrated.One thing is you need to hydrate little by little thru out the day and along with fine tuning your...

Jogging & Running: Follow up question, ligaments and tendons, knee bones
ligaments and tendons, knee bones, smooth rhythm: Hi Ngo First question it strengthens your muscular skeleton system ligaments and tendons from the waist down.Second question you want to gradually increase the tension as your quads become stronger ,but most important maintain a high rev turn over in the...

Jogging & Running: hip pain with impact, albuquerque nm, vit c
albuquerque nm, vit c, hip pain: Hi Kristin You are experiencing some tracking and alignment situations,but not serious which is also normal as you increase your program.It has nothing to do with heel striker.It is a common issue with individuals just starting out.The best course of treatment...

Jogging & Running: Knee clicking and occassional pain, climbing the stairs, osgood schlatter disease
climbing the stairs, osgood schlatter disease, knee clicking: Hi Jay What your experiencing is tracking and alignment situations and possible slight case of chondromalacia.I have worked with 100 s of individuals around the world and was my own first client years ago.The course of treatment is up right stationary bike...

Jogging & Running: recovery period, rest phase, triathlon coach
rest phase, triathlon coach, rest period: Hi Lisa Building a little rest phase to regenerate is the same for triathlon and running and any other sport.There is no exact time for the down time or type of rest and no you don t need to be in bed.It varies from all individuals.Some of the kenya athletes...

Jogging & Running: Running program, beginner runner, alignment problems
beginner runner, alignment problems, program question: Hi Tammie Based on what your pt and ortho said i think you have some tracking and alignment problems and possible a slight case of chondromalacia.The symptoms of that would be discomfort in and a round and under the knee cap plus walking up and down stairs...

Jogging & Running: Ankle pains that move up my leg, mid-foot strike, marathon
mid-foot strike, marathon, physical therapy: Great job on training for a half marathon Rebekah! I m really sorry to hear you re having pain though. Luckily, I think that we can fix it and keep you running. I have 3 suggestions (in no particular order), but that doesn t mean you should use them all....

Jogging & Running: Calf Strain, midfoot strike, physical therapy
midfoot strike, physical therapy, calf pain: You ve had very frustrating calf problems it sounds like. First, cross training won t delay your recovery. Thank you for all the details. That is enough information for the type of answers I can give you. My first suggestion is to see a physical therapy...

Jogging & Running: Unusual lumps above outer ankles, impact exercise, shin splints
Jogging & Running: Unusual lumps above outer ankles, impact exercise, shin splints, small lumps

Jogging & Running: Interior foot pain, tibial nerve, nerve pain
tibial nerve, nerve pain, foot: I m sorry to hear you re having pain Owen. The good news is I think that you re problem will go away in a short period of time. Since the problem changes according to what position you re in I agree with you that I don t think the diabetes is a factor. ...

Jogging & Running: Recovery Drinks, smoothie, juice
smoothie, juice, recovery: Awesome question Tim. I recommend a smoothie or home made juice of vegetables and fruit. There are many combinations you can use for these. You can find a decent juicer online for $90 or less and blenders can be $20 or less. Juicers are smoother, but you...

Jogging & Running: Soleus Strain, IT band, rest
IT band, rest, recovery: Don t do it Deb. I know that was blunt, but I m serious. Is it possible? Possibly. The risk is way too high. You ll be mad at yourself the rest of the summer and possibly into the fall if you damage yourself in the next couple of weeks. Further, if you...

Jogging & Running: over training, overtraining, over training
overtraining, over training, sick: Great question Neil. Yes, you should take a week off here and there. If you re body says it doesn t want to run you probably shouldn t run. You ve done a great job getting in shape. Definitely take a week off (or at least 5 days) and then your first day...

Jogging & Running: Unusual lumps above outer ankles, lumps on legs, running
lumps on legs, running: Mitch, you need to see a Medical Doctor. That is not a normal reaction to running or lifting. It is a possible sign of poor fluid flow of lymph or blood. Both of these could be serious. I hope not, but you should definitely get it checked out. Once you...

Jogging & Running: walking to lose, body mass index bmi, body mass index
body mass index bmi, body mass index, height and weight: First of all, let s look at your goals. Based on your height and weight, your body mass index (BMI) is 26.6. The bad news is that this puts you into the overweight category (Normal is 18.5 to 24.9; Overweight is 25 to 29.9). The good news is that you are...

Jogging & Running: Exercising with Small joint effusion/Baker's cyst, baker's cyst, joint effusion
baker's cyst, joint effusion, pre-injury activity levels: Good question Paul. Since it has been 6 weeks and the pain is manageable feel free to exercise and run. Upper body exercise is better than lower body, but you should do some lower body. If the pain increases significantly then ease up, but if it doesn t keep...

Jogging & Running: Jumpers Knee, patellar tendinitis, jumper's knee
patellar tendinitis, jumper's knee, hips: Christopher, I m sorry you ve had so much trouble with this. Normally this is a pretty easy fix if the person knows what they are doing. The key is to understand that your knee is very, very likely not the problem. Your knee is the connector between your hips...

Jogging & Running: manual treadmill, manual incline treadmill, active
manual incline treadmill, active, legs: Susan, great job on being so active. Making the effort to walk on an old manual incline treadmill will definitely be worthwhile. It will improve the ability of your legs to do work. When you perform exercise you improve the ability of your legs to derive energy...

Jogging & Running: Marathon running, heart, overstrain
heart, overstrain, marathon: Sharon, I know these seem close together, but if he feels alright he should be alright. The bigger concern is strain on his joints and muscles. Again, though, if he feels alright then he should be. Our bodies are remarkable at speaking to us if we will just...

Jogging & Running: Physical state leading up to a race, podiatrist 60618, Chicago Podiatrist
podiatrist 60618, Chicago Podiatrist, Elmhurst Podiatrist.: Dear Darlene, Only answer public questions-so that all may benefit. This Chicago Podiatrist, Elmhurst Podiatrist & West Loop Podiatrist says....... For your pre-marathon shortness of breath....If you have over-trained- then it would not be unusual to...

Jogging & Running: pigeon toes, set-point for weight, pigeon-toes
set-point for weight, pigeon-toes, soccer: Thanks for contacting me Susan. I have a few facets of a response for you. 1) You should see a physiotherapist that specializes in orthopedics or an orthopedic doctor to see if it is a structural or functional problem. Depending on which it is the long-term...

Jogging & Running: Sore Ankle, ankle pain, nerve
ankle pain, nerve, running: I m sorry this is happening now Linda! The first thing to know is if the pain depends on the position of your foot. Try a different foot strike. Visit http://barefootrunning.fas.harvard.edu/4BiomechanicsofFootStrike.html and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jrnj-7YKZE...

Jogging & Running: 1 Mile Event after Injury.., improve mile time, 400 meter runs
improve mile time, 400 meter runs: I m really sorry about your injury Deepak. If you re healthy enough to do this mile there are ways to get you closer to 6 mins, but don t try unless you are healthy enough to. Since I don t know what your injury was I don t know what you re capable of. However,...

Jogging & Running: hi, indirect calorimetry, measure calories
indirect calorimetry, measure calories, treadmill: Jairo, there is a way. The best way is to go into an exercise physiology lab and have a mask put on you and have it tested via indirect calorimetry. That however is not practical. It is however how they determine if a formula is useful or not. The following...

Jogging & Running: jogging after 59 years, heart attack, running
heart attack, running, oxygen saturation: Sivalingam, I think it s fabulous that you still run so much. I am not your physician so am not able to tell you specifically if you can continue to run. However, a good rule of thumb is, If you feel good running, then you should keep running. Standard...