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Pain At Back Of Ankle Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Pain At Back Of Ankle.

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Quick and Easy Stretching Routine

When you're short on time, proper stretching can be the first thing to go! That's why we created this short and effective full-body stretching routine that you can breeze through in fewer than five minutes. Remember to warm up first and never...  Read more

Exercise Safety Tips for Beginners

Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to incorporate regular exercise into your healthy lifestyle, and take advantage of the its numerous benefits. Smart move. But like many good things, exercise can also be risky—especially if i...  Read more

Exercising with a Stability Ball

A fitness trend is sweeping the nation that involves balancing oneself on an oversized ball while performing functional resistance movements. The ball is referred to as a "physio" or "Swiss" ball and has grabbed the attention of n...  Read more

Exercises to Improve Your Posture

If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then posture is a lens to our health. Sit and stand with proper posture and you will physically look 10 years younger—and 10 pounds lighter. Psychologically, good posture conveys confidence, poise and le...  Read more

11 Exercises That Help Decrease Knee Pain

If your knees are giving you problems, and you feel like the Tin Man from "The Wizard of Oz" when getting out of bed, you’re not alone. Nearly 50 million Americans feel the same way. Knees are the most commonly injured joints in...  Read more

Tracking is key. It'll help you get back on the ri
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Tracking is key. It'll help you get back on the right path. You can do it and you already know how, which is half the battle! :-)...  Read more

starting back on Spark - a fresh start!
Updated 3/29/2015 12:48:49 PM

Hi there i was on spark about 5 years ago and lost ~ 50 lbs... reaching my lowest weight in 10 years (225lbs) and I thought i could maintain without using the tools that got me there... apparently not! It slowly crept up and i've maintained at ~255...  Read more

35 lbs down. Went "shopping" in the back of my clo
Updated 3/29/2015 9:27:30 AM

35 lbs down. Went "shopping" in the back of my closet. Feels good! Now I need to donate two bags of clothes....  Read more

pilates and back pain
Updated 3/30/2015 1:11:07 AM

I just did a pilates workout (by fitness blender) where there were lotso f leg movements while on your back. It hurt my lower back soooooooo bad. I have no idea what to do. Am I doing something wrong or should i just avoid pilates for my back?...  Read more

Lower Back Pain with Exercise
Updated 3/28/2015 6:31:39 PM

I am in Pulmonary Rehab. I have constant lower back pain because I am super morbidly obese and not accustomed to exercise. I don't want to quit. How can I manage the pain?...  Read more

Nordic walking

I have knee, ankle, and back problems. My husband has shoulder pain. Nordic walking is perfect for us. It takes pressure off joints. It relieves tension in the neck & shoulders, The bonus is that it burns 20-40% more calories than regular walking. It...  Read more

I LOVE My Pedometer! Even Through Recovery!

My ankle has been bothering me and I've learned about the importance of recovery. If we continue to "push through" pain, our bodies cannot heal and we set ourselves further and further back. Now, I'm not using my pedometer to measure how far I can...  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

Kneehab: 5 Yoga-Inspired Moves to Tune Up Your Knees

Knee pain can come on suddenly: a sideways blow in athletics or a nasty fall while stepping off a curb. But many knee issues creep up after years of poor alignment, which results in wear and tear and arthritis. No matter the cause, knee issues d...  Read more

Smart Exercise Modifications for Knee Pain

For many of us, exercise is the part of the day we look forward to. But for those who struggle with chronic pain, working out isn't enjoyable. It hurts. Knees are particularly vulnerable to pain during exercise (and afterwards).  There...  Read more