Help, I’m Injured, and I Can’t Workout!
In the midst of your workout, you feel it… a grind, a sharp pain, a pop… uh oh. After you realize you’ve incurred an injury, your first thought is “UGH… I will need surgery… , there go my workouts for the next 6-8 weeks.” That does not have to be the case! I can say this as I speak, first hand, from my own experience. My parents endowed me with bad knees as a trade off for a great personality. I incurred a complete ACL and partial meniscus tear in my right knee almost a decade ago and most recently suffered the exact injuries in my left knee. The cliché holds true, if I only knew then what I know now, I would have had a better recovery because I would have continued to exercise. A few modifications to your existing regimen is all you need to stay healthy and strong before, during, and after surgery.Muscle Inflammation and DOMS After Training
What causes DOMS, delayed onset muscle soreness? Why does it usually get worse the second day after you train? It was once thought that DOMS was caused by the buildup of lactic acid after a hard exercise session or when the trainee was unaccustomed to training and “overdid” it.Is It Better to Run or Walk Your Way to Health And Wealth?
Is running or walking the better for long term fitness of both brain and body? Researchers have studied the effects of running versus walking on the overall health of individuals. Which would be best for you?Leg Workout Routine for Women
Daily workouts to tone your butt. You can choose either two per week or three, but it’s best to take a day off each one so your glute muscles can heal. This will give you maximum results.A Guide to Exercises for Flabby Arms
Most people with flabby arms dread the spring and summer seasons. This is when everyone wears sleeveless shirts and bathing suits. In this article we will look at how you can overcome this with some exercises for flabby arms.