... I really enjoy jogging and I average about 30 minutes, covering about 4 miles, but my legs get tired very quickly. ... (0 replies)
... headed. A very small glass of juice, or a few berries, or just a small bit of food before your morning jog to give you a little fuel should help to keep you from fatigue and faint. Not too much food or juice, because you want your body to use fat for fuel as well, but feeling too wiped out isn't good either. ... (2 replies)
... I am 21 years of age. I am having wheezing and stomach ulcer. I started jogging at dawn for a couple of days with an intention to reduce my mass as my body weight crossed 75kgs. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for your reply.
Got my doubt cleared :) (2 replies)
... Ok.. Heres my new plan. :bouncing:
Day 1: Concentration curl, arnold press, hammer curl, standing press, preacher curl
5 sets of these with 30 pd dumbbell, gradually decreasing wieght as muscles begin to fatigue.
Day 2: Push ups with backpack full of 2l water bottles, dips with 40 pds sitting on my lap, chin ups with backpack full of 2l water bottles, push ups on... (5 replies)
... cross training will do so long as it is comfortable and cushiony. Have you just started jogging or are you already pretty conditioned? ... (6 replies)
... mins, mixing it up with jogging and sprinting. I feel like i push my heart to its limit each of the times i go running. When i am done, sometimes im shaky, and pretty sleepy afterwards. ... (5 replies)
... and by the end of 2 weeks was stuck in the middle of some vicious fatigue and a ruined immune system. ... (1 replies)
... induced myocardial infarction. Many of these people who have heart attacks while jogging have them without apparent serious strain. So the effect of submaximal exertion does, in fact, cause physiological cardiac changes. ... (11 replies)
... Hi guys,
I'm 5'2" and am currently 20lbs overweight. I have a small frame and used to weigh like 90 lbs. So, this extra 20 lbs is alot for me. I have just got a gym membership and have an appointment for a fitness evaluation.
Could any of you recommend a way to pace myself so that I don't get burnt out. The last time I tried to get into fitness, I went crazy. I'm... (1 replies)