and effort, it might actually be worth leaving your heart rate monitor at home for a few weeks. That way you can avoid the psychological distress of failing to balance your pulse rate with your workload.Dr Patrick Milroy, RW Medical Advisor
.Dr Patrick Milroy, RW Medical Advisor
be produced by gas), and could also be the cause of your discomfort.Dr Patrick Milroy, RW Medical Advisor
it.— Patrick Milroy, RW Medical Adviser
, it should be at a gentle tempo without any pressure. You can then slowly increase intensity and mileage over time, building up to full training after the six-week mark.Dr Patrick Milroy, RW Medical Advisor
afterwards. The aspirin is absorbed into the irritated area and is very effective at calming the inflammation. Dr Patrick Milroy, RW Medical Advisor.
Patrick Milroy, RW Medical Advisor
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