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Skill Assessment: Little or Big Legs? by Rhett L. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:59pm Going from the car to Wal-Mart with the two little ones - 4 and 2 (Blue Leader 1 and 2, respectively). I am striding easily. Blue Leader 1 is in a lope (define: jog or slow pace of running). Blue Leader 2 is flat out running. As a leader, are you aware of how your pace is influencing those around you? Your knowledge, ambition ... Read on »
CF in the Age of Big Hair & Leg Warmers by Stacey B. Posted Tue 15 Jun 2010 12:00am Confessions of a Cyster will include the good, the bad and the ugly. Just an FYI, I am generally a positive person, however, I have no problem admitting when things just downright suck. If you only want the bright and shiny side of CF, this blog may not be for you... However, I know that I am much more fortunate with my health than many ot ... Read on »
1st Big Girl Leg Day 11/9/12 by Lauren M Posted Sat 10 Nov 2012 12:00am Thursday November 9, 2012 Today I went to the gym for LEGS.  Now, I’ve lifted legs before.  In college with the leg curl machine, and the leg extension machine.  Here at home with my 5lb dumbbells  doing squats, lunges, and dead-lifts   But today, after 11 years, I graduated to using the Squat (the intimidating looking area where I used th ... Read on »
No Big Surprise: leg and butt and muscle-toning shoes don't work new study finds by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Aug 2010 9:58am You can file this one in the "No Big Surprise" round basket, but according to a new study commissioned by the American Council on Exercise, the so called "muscle-toning shoes" by such manufactures a Reebok (EasyTone) and Sketchers ( Shape-Up ) don't tone anything...least of all your butt as suggested by the now well know Reebok commer ... Read on »
Time to go up - skinny legs, big hearts by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 4:44pm by Graham Watson An interesting few days lie ahead of Alberto Contador following today's time trial at Valence where the Spaniard had to give away 44-seconds to his closest rival, Cadel Evans. It is almost that exact same difference overall that Contador needs to take back as the Dauphiné heads into the mountains tomorrow - is Astana's team ... Read on »
Legs are ROCK’IN! Tires are POP’IN! WORS #3 Trek Big Ring Classic by NathanGuerra Posted Tue 01 Jun 2010 12:00am   Photo Credit: B. Nigh, A. Dykema, T.J. Harron, might have missed someone sorry. Read on »
A Great Weight Loss Exercise To Tone and Strengthen the Legs by Nathan D. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:41pm I train with my fiance now and then and we usually go to the gym. At the gym is a pretty large flight of wide stairs in the weight room. We train our legs a lot as we both want to lose weight and strengthen our legs. Leg training is a great way to speed up the metabolism! Now she does not want big legs, she just wants a little muscle so she gets ... Read on »
Killer Leg Workout + Chocolate Pumpkin Green Smoothie = A Great Morning! by Lauren G Facebook Posted Mon 09 Sep 2013 7:53pm Hi There Friends! How was your weekend? Did you do anything exciting? This pretty much sums up our weekend........ We headed home to College Station on Friday night after catching some of the Texas vs. Samford soccer game. We spent most of the day Saturday watching football on TV before heading to the stadium around 3:30pm to w ... Read on »
I made a great discovery last night about my legs by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 10:40pm I've noticed for quite a while that my toes were a reddish color, as if they weren't getting enough blood. Last night I decided to sleep without my support stockings. Sure enough, when I got up this morning the reddish color was replaced with the normal skin color. In addition, I went to the bathroom several times during the night, and the volume o ... Read on »
Cook Medical Sponsors Clinical Study–New Endovascular Technique With Potential to Reduce A Large Number of Leg Amputations by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Jun 2012 12:44pm this is the first study to examine the a new, endovascular approach to treating critical limb ischemia (CLI) – a symptom of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and if you are not familiar with PAD (peripheral arterial disease) , here’s a couple back links and an interview I did with Cook Medical a while back with Rob Lyles with Cook Medical..  CL ... Read on »