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Crock Pot Balsamic Chicken Thighs by Martha M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 03 Apr 2014 7:02pm Crock Pot Balsamic Chicken Thighs (Weight Watchers Friendly Crock Pot Cooking Day 177 – Crock Pot Balsamic Chicken Thighs) We really like chicken thighs cooked in the slow cooker. They turn out much more moist and tender than chicken breasts. The points plus value is a little higher but I think it’s worth it. L ... Read on »
WOW: Stairway to Sore Thighs by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 20 Jun 2011 11:24am Complete six cycles for time: Stair Sprint 15 Bodyweight Rows 15 Feet-Elevated Pushups Warmup: 30 second Grok Squat , lateral, forward, and backward leg swings (10 each leg), 2 light stair runs at around 70% intensity. I was listening to Led Zeppelin the other day while nursing my legs after a set of hill sp ... Read on »
Day off for President's Day by Sherri Patient Expert Posted Mon 15 Feb 2010 12:00am and I woke up stiff and sore and bruised and noticed a cut on my lip all from yesterday's fun on the trails. A ride got posted for the weekend and I inquired as to it's suitability for a cross bike. I was discouraged and so I put out an email request for a loaner mtn bike. To my surprise and excitement a fellow cyclist emailed and said I cou ... Read on »
Leg and Sprint Workout {make your thighs burn} by Ksenija Posted Sat 27 Jul 2013 3:27pm I planned on writing this post much earlier today. But you know how things go sometimes – first you get up later, since heat doesn’t make for the best sleep, than have a little fruit snack, get out to enjoy the fresh morning air and hit the farmers market, have a breakfast salad (its a thing now, I swear, more on it tomorrow) and start reading ... Read on »
Tone Up Tuesday: Moves to Help You Improve! Foam Roll: Front of Thigh by Madsweat Health Maven Posted Tue 01 May 2012 12:57pm Avoid a painful Patella Petellofemoral pain is one  of the most common types of knee pain. Usually characterized by pain beneath the kneecap (patella) that gets worse after working out. A lot of runners have weak or tight muscles which can usually be the cause. With more people getting out and running we’ll be posting more exercises that we ... Read on »
Foam Roll: Outer Thigh (IT Band) by Madsweat Health Maven Posted Tue 15 May 2012 6:01pm Tone Up Tuesday: Moves to Help You Improve! Move 3   Continuation from last-weeks post move 2.   Continuation from last-weeks post move 1. Petellofemoral pain is one  of the most common types of knee pain. Usually characterized by pain beneath the kneecap (patella) that gets worse after working out. A lot of runners have weak or t ... Read on »
Friday Favorites + $225 VISA Gift Card Giveaway! by IowaGirlEats Posted Fri 21 Feb 2014 5:00am Happy Friday everyone! I’m coming at you from underneath 4″ of freshly fallen snow. Or something like that. I’m so bored of talking about the weather! Snow, sleet, blizzard, repeat…right Remind me again why I live in the Midwest? Kidding! Kind of… Anyway, after a blissful three days in the upper 40s and 50s this week (Lincoln and I went ... Read on »
Upper Thigh Pain by Shilah C. Azib Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 4:21pm The pain in the upper portion of the thigh is caused due to excess pressure on thighs or due to any damage. The thigh muscle, which normally gets pain, needs full attention to cure completely. The pain in the thigh is the indicator. It indicates that the part which is paining needs attention and cannot be neglected. The thigh muscle is ... Read on »
Downhill…isn’t always easier! by runaroundaroo Posted Thu 22 Aug 2013 7:43am It hurts to grip my steering wheel, or even rub my hands together. My knee is beautifully bruised and my thighs ache. I got out of bed yesterday and kind of wished I was a dude because sitting to pee hurt. Not exactly what I was expecting to feel the day after downhill biking. When we made last minute plans to go downhill biking at Vail I f ... 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 »