of weeks and can't drive a car for 6 weeks. Personally, I reckon your wife needs to allow the healing process to do its job first, because running jars the abdominal contents and possibly delay healing. She could do gentle exercise, like walking or even
Hi, I am looking for any advice anyone can offer for where I can find effective pelvic floor exercises and abdominal exercises to get back to fitness following the birth of my son. He is four weeks old and was a big baby so it is going to take some
.Anyway have done some abdominal exercises on and off (more off!!) but belly still very wobbly. At just over a year have i left it to late to make a real effert with the ab exercises to make a difference to my belly ??Or do i just have bad genes and not one
, walking helps in improving the circulation of blood and swimming is one of the good exercises for abdominal muscles.
. the pain seems to have tailed off (no pun intended!) this week as i have not run due to an abdominal strain, yes i am falling apart!. perhaps my shoes have started to wear and need replacing. although i have only done about 300 miles.
allways ripped.I found Swimming and cycling more beneficial.However I do still try and get into the gym twice a week to work on my upper body and abdominals, which I was told strengthens your breathing thus helping your running .
.Possibly posture related as well - maybe try a few core exercises to strengthen the abdominal area.Experiment with eating drinking at different times during/before a run and see what happens for example.
When I have ran a 10k, I find I get lower abdominal pain. Does anyone else get this? Almost feels like labour pains, but don't know if I'm getting confused??? So you're not pregnant then?;-) Absolutely no danger there! Don't do that. No, having
into the next day.I didn't run on the Sunday, but when I went out for an easy run on Monday, I still felt sore and tired. Today I went to the track and in the warm-up had severe abdominal pains, and although they subsided for the session proper, I still ran
Has anyone experienced a lower abdominal pain after changing shoe brands ( I changed from my regular Saucony Trigon Grid to a pair of Mizuno Waves). the mizuno wave range of shoes are good quality, which pair do you have? I wouldn't have thought
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