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Quadriceps Exercise Beneficial A ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 11:02am Quadriceps Exercise Beneficial After Knee Replacement No added benefits observed with combined exercise and neuromuscular electrical stimulation 09 feb 2009-- In patients who undergo primary, unilateral total knee arthroplasty, progressive quadriceps strengthening with or without neuromuscular electrical stimulation leads ... Read on »
Awesome Quads for Dummies by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 06 Apr 2009 7:50pm Simple Quad/Leg Training Often you will hear people looking to get huge arms or that killer chest. How often do you hear someone talk about great quads or strong looking calves. Well for me they are something required for an impressive physique or to achieve that X-Look that Art Devany talks about. You will often see UFC fighters or Cyc ... Read on »
Pilates Exercise Focus - How To Fix a Snapping Hip by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Aug 2009 10:11pm I recently received a question from Kylie,  a fellow Pilates teacher, regarding snapping hip syndrome and what to do to make it go away during exercise. Here are her comments and question: “I have some very hip flexor dominant students that suffer from hip click in quite a few of the Pilates exercises, big one being Leg Circles and virtuall ... Read on »
Quad Dominance: What it is and How to Fix it [Under Armour Giveaway #3!] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Jun 2012 7:44am Nicknames have always been a tricky thing for me. First, everyone wants to call me “Char” which I hate because it sounds so ’80′s and also, no, if I’m going to be a Bender I’d for sure be Air and not Fire. (Yes I know Air is taken. This is my fantasy, hush.) If you’re going to truncate my name, call me by the last half — Lottie. Or even ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Cold Weather Carb Cravings, Muscle Loss in the Military, and Pain During Exercise by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Nov 2013 11:00am For today’s edition of , we’ve got a two-parter. First, I cover why our desire for carbohydrates might increase in cold weather (hint: it’s probably all the shivering our muscles do in an attempt to stave off the chill). Second, I discuss why a military man might be losing muscle mass when out in the field, despite (or, perhaps, because of) all ... Read on »
Do The P90x Plyometrics Schedule For The Finest Cardiovascular exercise Workout Ever by fashion123123 Posted Thu 31 Jan 2013 2:03am The P90x plyometrics program can be the genuine gram calorie burning of all the insanity workout. It does not matter what hobby or maybe pastime put it into practice will assist you to. The exciting this specific workout is that it is a high result workout. Over the earlier several years there was the shift to small effect workouts to c ... Read on »
Maximizing Muscle Burn with Cardiovascular Fitness Exercise by rajesh moganti Posted Wed 19 May 2010 11:04pm Whether one logs on the miles on the bicycle, climbs stairs, cheerleading or playing baseball, basketball, badminton, swims – it all revolves around cardio exercise. Apart from a sweaty tee one could get a slimmer waistline or envious quadriceps among the several health benefits of cardiovascular fitness exercise. Here are some expert tips ... Read on »
Don't Run Due to Knee Pain? Read on! by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 30 Oct 2009 11:01pm More than not, the reason a non-runner tells me he doesn't run is due to knee pain. "Oh I'd run, but I have bad knees." "My knees just can't take the pounding." It's not just non-runners, though. Former runners will often say the reason they no longer run is due to "bad knees." Knee problems are often blamed on the constant pounding that ... Read on »
Skip the Monthly Membership: Home Gym Exercises Made Easy by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 9:18pm Thanks for stopping by Strength Running! Don't forget to for automatic updates about dominating your running. How many of us know that we should lift and have bought a gym membership in order to do our strength workouts?  After a month most people don’t go to the gym enough to make ... Read on »
Reconsider Your Single-Leg Training Approach by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:30pm I get a lot of questions about whether single-leg exercises are quad-dominant or hip dominant and where to place them in training programs. After chatting more with Mike Boyle and considering how I’ve approached it in the past, I’ve realized that if you categorize things the way Mike does, you have a lot of “wiggle room” with your programming ... Read on »