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Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) | Preventing & Treating DOMS by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 6:44pm Muscle soreness after exercise can put a real kink in your training. Find out what DOMS is, how to prevent it and what you can do to ease delayed onset muscle soreness if you get it. Nearly anyone who works out regularly has experienced sore muscles after exercise. Sometimes you’ll feel it later that night, or the next morning … and in some c ... Read on »
Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness: Part I by Susannyny Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 3:17pm Happy New Year everyone! There's no time for any lallygagging here at Catapult Fitness Blog as we all hopefully by now have our 2009 fitness goals in place (read: written out on a piece of paper with an associated plan of action!). You plan to work out hard this year and rest assured you are going to be sore. Personally, I like the ... Read on »
Sore Calf Muscles and a #Kettlebell Workout by Tara Posted Tue 12 Feb 2013 9:51pm I have such a love/hate relationship with being sore. It hurts, but it's an awesome reminder that I worked  out hard. Tonight, my right calf muscle is screaming and I blame it on my 6:00AM Spinning class. My right glute and hamstring were tight all morning, but I think my 10:00AM Kettlebell class worked that out. So right now, I'm doing this to m ... Read on »
Yoga Socks, Calf Pain, and Scale by RunEatPlay Posted Thu 31 May 2012 3:43pm Yesterday’s Dinner Last night, I had salmon belle mar for dinner. I first discovered this salmon at Target months ago, but haven’t bought it in a long time. I can’t even begin to tell you how good it is. Sometimes I get sick of fish pretty easily, but I could eat this salmon belle mar every night. It’s basically salmon stuffed with crab me ... Read on »
When calf muscles can double up as LV assist device . . .your patient saves a million ! by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 14 May 2011 10:00am                                                      Every day thousands of  hearts  end their life   due to terminal heart failure . Much more  lives are  confined  to their bed rooms.In refractory cardiac failure and severe LV dysfunction the only  long-term option is cardiac transplantation. Medical therapy has reached its saturation poi ... Read on »
Shoe review: Saucony Kinvara 2. My calf muscles hate me now, but they’ll learn to love me again. by Kevin L. Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Oct 2011 5:00am I’ve seen a lot of people running barefoot or in the Vibram FiveFingers and while that kind of minimalist running never appealed to me, I’ve always felt less is better when it comes to running shoes. So a few weeks ago, I bought a pair of Saucony Kinvara 2. This is a lightweight trainer. And when I say lightweight, I mean 7.3 ounces, whic ... Read on »
Build Bigger Calf Muscles With Circuit Workout by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 12 May 2009 3:12pm Build your calf muscles with a weight training circuit...with summer almost here, people are concerned about how every visible part of their body looks! I've had quite a few people ask about how to build bigger calves. Some people, because of genetics, have bigger calves than others and they don't have to do any extra work to make them look gr ... Read on »
On calf muscles. by Tara Posted Wed 24 Mar 2010 12:00am Leg workouts tend to focus primarily on thighs and buns. Calf muscles get thrown in at the end, if at all. So I write you today in defense of the calf, and I argue that you spend more time with this very important muscle. And actually, it's a family of muscles The gastrocnemius is the most obvious member of the family, the muscle we t ... Read on »
Quads first, calf muscles last. by Tara Posted Thu 27 May 2010 12:00am If your gym is anything like mine, you probably have a wide variety of fitness equipment at your disposal. And if you're not familiar with strength training, this can turn the gym into an extremely intimidating environment. Some gyms will set up a circuit by numbering different pieces of equipment. This helps the beginner know where to, well...b ... Read on »
Nocturnal Leg Cramps: Night-time Calf Muscle Pain by Health&Fitness GuideforDummies Posted Fri 24 Apr 2009 7:22am Nocturnal leg cramps can lead to a rude awakening: You're suddenly sleepless and in pain in the middle of the night. Symptoms of nocturnal leg cramps include excruciating contractions of the calf muscles, and sometimes of the foot muscles as well. Nocturnal leg cramps are true cramps and not spasms. The muscle remains in a cramped and contract ... Read on »