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Lower Leg Stress Fracture Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Lower Leg Stress Fracture.

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Tips and Hints to Deal with Shin Splints

The phrase "shin splint" is a generic term that describes pain in the lower leg, either on the medial (inside) or lateral (outside) side of the shin bone. This pain usually begins as a dull ache that can't be pinpointed; it can be felt...  Read more

6 Essential Variables in Weight Training

Weight training is a critical component to the success of an athlete. By becoming stronger and increasing muscular endurance, an athlete is able to perform more efficiently and is better able to avoid injury. Furthermore, there are a numbe...  Read more

All about Vitamins

It can be easy to lose track of all the vitamins out there. It's even easier to forget how exactly they help our bodies. Let’s see, vitamin A heals wounds and vitamin C improves eyesight, wait, what was it again?  There are so many, it...  Read more

Health and Fitness Benefits of Walking

Starting a regular walking program offers numerous health and fitness benefits! Good for your heart: Walking regularly can help reduce high blood pressure and high cholesterol, both of which contribute to heart disease. According...  Read more

An Active Approach to Managing Menopause

You’ve heard the jokes and the horror stories. But often, faced with the onset of menopause, most of us don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Luckily, if you’re determined to stay fit—or get fit— there’s no time...  Read more

Stress Free Living
Updated 1/29/2015 2:03:05 PM

I need to vent so I do it through exercise. When people upset me I go walk. Lose weight and relieve pressure and tension. YES...  Read more

I just lost 200 pounds of stress and feel so free!
Updated 1/27/2015 9:47:23 PM

I just lost 200 pounds of stress and feel so free!! Now to get working on the physical weight holding me back....  Read more

I am hypoglycemic which means I have low sugar. Ho
Updated 1/27/2015 8:45:18 PM

I am hypoglycemic which means I have low sugar. How do keep my sugar from spiking to low? I eat every two to three hours, small meals. Now I'm always weak though. Like im not eating or something but I know I am! I stay within my calories everyday....  Read more

Anybody eat when they are stressed, anxious, or sa
Updated 1/27/2015 3:17:11 PM

Anybody eat when they are stressed, anxious, or sad? Small snacks calm me down but it adds up even when it's healthy food. I need to get control!...  Read more

Day 2 Cardio.... Ouch my legs. Especially after sh
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Day 2 Cardio.... Ouch my legs. Especially after shoveling snow and Jillian michaels....  Read more

Exercise, Exercise and More Exercise

It is important to stick with a productive exercise plan. It is imperative to increase that plan. As your body changes it is going to plateau, which means you are going to have to work harder. Burn more calories by increasing the time you spend ex...  Read more

Get moving

I have developed a new (and FREE I might add) habit, that motivates me to "get moving". Every morning while blow-drying my hair, brushing my teeth, etc. I march in place. No one else is in my bathroom with me, so i don't care how it looks. If a go...  Read more

Fibro Friends....

Fibromyalgia is a pain in the neck, arms, legs....Any one with FMS is welcome. Also join us on the Fast Break forum "Fibromyalgia Anyone????"...  Read more

How to Prevent Weight Gain When You're Injured

Exercising regularly can be a challenge for many people even when they are healthy and injury-free. To maintain your fitness level, you have to be committed—and consistent—in your exercise routine. In my new book, The Art of Fitness: A Jo...  Read more

How Strong Are Your Bones?

One of the most serious problems associated with menopause is the increased risk of bone loss as a result of hormonal shifts. This is the first of series of four blogs I'll be writing on bone health, and in this blog I'll cover information on...  Read more