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... Yes. you will need to stop running until they heal up. I have had them twice and they healed up quickly and after the second time they never came back. ... (5 replies)
... untain bicycle. Many are made for beginners with a slightly more upright riding position that beginners may like, but is less suited for higher performance road or mountain bicycling. ... (8 replies)
... powerlift for years. then i started back walking and eventually running again couple years ago, but in the wrong kind of shoes. i would get black nails from where the shoe would hit, horrible gross. sure that didnt help the knee. ... (8 replies)

Jogging/Running
Apr 22, 2008
... I've been a regular at cardio training for most of my life, mostly using various gym machines, such as the elliptical, the stairmaster and the exercise bike. ... (8 replies)
... OT Cardio using the treadmill, exercise bike, stairmaster, or even Tae Bo! ... (5 replies)
My calves!!!
Jan 5, 2004
... consider what exercises your are doing. Any kind of cardio is going to make your calves muscular, whether is using the stationary bike, treadmill, stairmaster, or the elliptical machines. You also have to think about certain weight training exercises as well. ... (6 replies)
... Just to set the record straight, you can't just do crunches in order to get a six pack or nice shaped abs. You can sit there and do over 200 a day and nothing will change! ... (24 replies)
... ur legs, since you do not want to bulk them up, keep the reps high and the weight relatively low. If squats bulk you up try a substitute for it, like leg presses or a machine type squat. You can also do other leg exercises like lunges, ext, curls, etc. ... (3 replies)
... running 4 miles and then lifting weights or doing Stairmaster for 45 minutes and lifting weights... ... (6 replies)
... minutes. IS that enough, or no? ... (5 replies)
Need some help
Jul 19, 2006
... I don't want more muscle mass. Also, I'm not sure if doing the actual Stairmaster will bulk up my legs. Running is too hard for me. I never breathe properly and my knees kill after 2 minutes. ... (1 replies)
... min stairmaster 5 min weights then i wanted to collapse. ... (4 replies)
... To mix it up I'll change up the running for either 30 minutes on the bike or elliptical. ... (12 replies)
... I recently started an exercise regime and am determined to get into shape. I do a mix of light lifting and cardio, about 1 hour 5 or 6 times a week. For cardio I like the stairmaster and treadmill. ... (3 replies)
... I try to eat less at night, more at lunch or breakfast, as that always worked in the past for weight loss. ... (14 replies)
... so let me just say when I was younger I was pushing myself really hard to lose weight for my wedding. Doing 90 mins of hard cardio a day, 6 days a week, mostly running on a treadmill and stairmaster. My knees would be killing me, but I kept saying to myself, "no pain no gain!". ... (7 replies)
... Hi! Yes, I don't eat much junk, just the occasionsal sweet. I just think maybe I'm not eating enough to give my body the best chance to get lean & mean :) I'm going to have my body fat % checked soon. 6 months ago when I first started working out, it was in the mid-high 20's. That was 4 sizes ago. I actually don't think I have much "fat" to lose (I don't want to get... (2 replies)
... The problem is every time I do this....I get sick....one thing or another, colds, flu, some type of virus that sets me back.... ... (4 replies)
... jogging is very, very hard on me even with my inhaler, esp. in these lovely smoggy SoCal summers. I stick to the stairmaster and occasional swims instead. ... (6 replies)
... My question is, how have you or anyone you know dealt with a plateau? ... (9 replies)




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