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... Which Muscles Does It Actually Work? ... (1 replies)
... I have been walking/running for about 3 months now, and have worked my way up to 6-12 miles a day, 5 times a week. Anyway, I have noticed that my calve muscles have gotten rather large in proportion to the rest of my body, but all the things that I have seen say that running/walking does not increase calve muscle size. Is it natural to gain so much size in calves with... (1 replies)
... you said that you changed your running program in college and it worked wonders on you! ... (4 replies)

Running pains
Apr 29, 2010
... strike, the running surfaces we run on are going to kill us. ... (4 replies)
... body workout however and you will improve youre endurance at a faster rate. Your leg muscles will be worked harder outside on different terrains as well, as opposed to doing inclines on the treadmill. ... (6 replies)
Leg workouts
Jul 26, 2003
... I have found that running has worked wonders for my legs. I used to use the treadmill at my gym, but when it closed down I started running outside and saw results much faster! ... (5 replies)
... or doing the bike every other day, on average. My question is, I took yesterday off from any weight or ab training and will today, but how long does it take for muscles to "weaken" from not weight training? ... (1 replies)
... exercise calorie burn, and increase metabolism even at rest. Be sure to include large muscles worked by exercises like pullups, rows, pushups, dips, squats, etc. as opposed to just doing the popular abdominal and bicep workouts. ... (4 replies)
... In session 3 try to do isolation excercises on areas you particularly want to increase, or on areas you havent worked on in the first 2 sessions to balance out your body. ... (4 replies)
... It tones some, but it doesn't build muscle. But fat loss is a big component of "toning", rather making the lean muscle visible. You need to have resistance (squats, lunges etc) to firm and lift. (1 replies)
... uring the quality of a workout. When you first start a workout and work the muscle intensely you will feel a great change and pain. That's a good sign you really worked the muscles. But your body adapts to the workout as it becomes stronger and you wont feel that pain anymore and you shouldn't strive to. ... (12 replies)
... The other thing i do now though is make sure i work on the plyometrics in my calves, it's good when running and kickboxing, because that soleus takes a LARGE pounding when you bounce, and when i run and kickbox i bounce a lot. ... (6 replies)
Shin Splints
Aug 11, 2009
... I totally agree that shin splints can be caused by too much too soon. If you haven't worked out in a while or are greatly increasing your exercise, try slowing it down some and ease your way into it. ... (4 replies)
... I found that after about a year of regularly running 3 miles 5 times a week, my legs starting feeling pain and my knee started getting uncomfortable. ... (4 replies)
Nov 19, 2004
... I was normal and by no means overwight but I cant say I had that coveted 6 pack. I was always very athletic and strong but if you looked at me you wouldnt say I worked out. I wanted to get strong and ripped but was oblivious to what works I dieted hardcore but still lifted. ... (0 replies)
... Your body needs a rest to replenish itself. Also, your muscles need a day off in between tough workouts in order to do the repair work that creates stronger bigger muscles. ... (1 replies)
... SITUATION: My rear knee ligament appears to be swollen/inflammed, causing an uncomfortable extension of the leg and hyperflexion of the foot (toes pointed out, top of foot flush with fore-leg). ONSET OF PAIN: Instantly upon attempting leg extensions on Wed 2-1, I was unable to make a full extension during my first set, troubled by this I slowly let the weight back down,... (1 replies)
... efits from your cardio workout you have to keep your heart rate up for more that 20 min, because your body will first try to burn up the acids and sugars in your muscles before going to the fat stores to burn energy. ... (21 replies)
... I become nauseated with cold sweats and sometimes vomiting after lifting weights. Sometimes I can almost complete an hour long session and sometimes it occurs sooner. I am fine with cardio (stairmaster and sometimes swimming). This has been a recurring problem. Even when I worked out five and six times a week several years ago it would happen (running 4 miles and then... (6 replies)
... I also do not know the best way to get a decent cardio workout without the gym, as I cannot see myself running outside in the cold. ... (2 replies)

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