'lo peeps!Did a run last night - left quad is complaining heavily - was fun though with good company :o) morning!XC season is over so the washing machine is struggling with the XC shoes today.Must be something in the air - my quads are a bit complainy today too. get the see the o...
During last year or so I noticed that my quads get sore not only from running but walking too. I do not understand where it comes from since before that I had been able to walk for quite long distances although I have flat feet but walking shod in running shoes always helped. No...
teeheeI started the November social thread* runs away ** i currently have two injured knees and one injured quadricep * * hobbles away *
Can the experts tell me what are the advantages and contra-indications of using the small trampolines as a cross training option? I feel as if I had a good workout when I use it but I wonder if there are any hiden dangers for the knees or quadriceps
Since I have started running my knee pains have crept back a little again. How can I best set the tracking of my knees again.I have just started doing leg extensions. will this help? is this enough? how much should I do? http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/Quadriceps/LVLegExtension.html
As many as 39 per cent of distance runners may experience a cramp in their calves, hamstrings or quadriceps before they finish a race. While many people blame dehydration, Kevin Miller, an exercise scientist at North Dakota State University, US
the knee-cap off track. Have now stopped all training and regularly do exercises to strengthen the inner quadriceps muscle. Would like to know what is the best exercise for this condition, how long may recovery take and what to do before attempting further
If I try to stretch my quadriceps by bending my leg the back of my knee tightens up so that I have difficulty in straigtening my leg.It is as if it goes into a slight spasm. The same applies if I am sat down for sometime.I recently had a long car
and stretch the quadriceps (front thigh muscles) and hamstrings (muscles of the back of thigh). The exercises emphasized in the majority of cases are those that strengthen the quadriceps particularly the inner division of the quadriceps. This usually is very
’ll develop an appreciation for the demands on your hamstrings (which power you up) and quadriceps (which steady you down). Three muscles make up the hamstring, which runs down the back of the thigh, bends the knee and extends the leg at the hip
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