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BACK PAIN – MUSCLE STRAIN... by Barmac Posted Sat 30 Apr 2011 8:41am Many people suffer from back pain due to a muscle strain. This is mainly triggered by doing everyday activities incorrectly. For instance, leaning over to pick up something heavy without bending at the knees. However a simple coughing or sneezing fit can also pull a muscle or through exercise. Pain that has developed through exercise ... Read on »
Guest Post: Keeping on Your Toes — Preventing & Soothing Aches, Pains, and Muscle Strains by Nichelle S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 6:10pm Fitness and nutrition expert, Nancy Welker, has been kind enough make another guest appearance on Dance Advantage to answer some frequently asked questions about preventing and soothing muscle soreness following a dance class or workout. She talked to us last time about dancer “feetness,” taking care of overworked feet. Have another fitness or ... Read on »
Muscle Strain by James C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 11 Oct 2011 12:18pm I've been doing the 10-8-6-15 program for almost two weeks. So far I've got more strength. But I have sore shoulder muscles while doing the V-bar pulldown. It happened last training day while I did the 1st set of V-bar pull down. I thought it was because I had not warmed up yet, so I ignored that and finished the program. And I ... Read on »
Muscle Strain - Finding Happy Muscles by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 6:13pm As much as I'd like to say that practicing yoga has only left my body feeling joyous, strong, and fluid, this is not always the case. A matter of fact, there have been times that I've pulled or strained a muscle so severely that the pain lasts for days and, if I'm not careful, weeks! Here's a remedy that has proven useful. Hopefully you' ... Read on »
Rib Pain by nathanbond85 Posted Mon 13 Feb 2012 8:05pm Most runners, at some point in time, have had some sort of injury to the ribcage. Usually this limits our ability to take those nice deep breaths we all enjoy while running. This article will discuss some of the more common rib injuries. What is it?Pain in the ribs can vary from mild discomfort to very severe. Rib pain can be so intense tha ... Read on »
I broke my rib by Kristy W. Facebook Posted Fri 01 Apr 2011 7:00am Yes indeed. I thought I had an oblique strain and boy was I wrong! If you read my post yesterday I was discussing how injuries are a fact of life when you train hard. Sometimes the facts of life and not very pleasant. I know exactly what I did, and it was weight training. I felt and heard a "pop" when it happened, but went ... Read on »
Ouch by Robin Patient Expert Posted Sun 21 Feb 2010 12:00am I can't remember if I've mentioned it before, but I suspect I have plantar fasciitis which is pain in the bottom of the foot from the front of the heel to the arch. The causes include standing on a cement floor for extended periods of time (the floor at work is cement) and weight bearing exercise (I lift and carry up to 2000 kg a day). It can be ... Read on »
Simple And Efficient Ways To Avoid Straining Your Back by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Feb 2009 4:56pm One of the most common causes of back pain is muscle pull or muscle strain. This is a state in which you apply more pressure on your back muscles than you ought to. In doing so, your back muscles which are elastic in nature strain to meet the extra demand and in the process tear or wear out, stimulating back pain. To avoid any kind of muscl ... Read on »
P90X Round 2 Day 17: Arms, Shoulder, and Ab Ripper X by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 12:30pm "Tip of the Day: Do not smash your face!" -Tony Horton Today was Arms, Shoulders, and ARX. This is quickly becoming one of my favorite workouts now that I am using dumbbells instead of resistance bands. The bonus round is just ridiculous and my shoulder and triceps are just on fire. Excellent workout! Also, I have now been using Cell Mass ... Read on »
Is a Stiff Hamstring More Susceptible to a Strain? by Medline Plus Posted Tue 27 Jul 2010 10:36am Tuesday, July 27, 2010    By Lynne Peeples NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - While a stiff leg may help you run faster and jump higher, it may also make you more prone to sitting on the sideline, hints a new study of Australian Rules Football players. ... Read on »