Can you go help that guy that says like need help or something like that, he says he's feeling pain.
I started jogging to reduce weight...is it sufficient or to do some other exercise...my weight is 85 kg and want to reduce 20 kg
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@Vickey.. Your BMI is nearly 30... Normal values should be between 19 and 24.... Its very good that you have started thinking of loosing weight... Now let me tell u whats with the exercise and loosing weight... See there are three forms of stored energy in the body.. Glucose glycogen and fats... See when u exercise.. U use glucose and glycogen from the body.. U get tired and eat something and thus u replenish the used glucose and glycogen.. But what happens in the process is that the fats remains unused... So now the question is when would it be used.. These fats acts like a reserves to be used at the time of crisis.. Now what is a crisis for the body?... There is 2 types of crisis- Either body needs more glucose (as at the time of exercise) or there is decreased glucose(carb) intake (as at the time of fasting)... So what body does is, it use the fats to get energy needed to drive the body... Thus the person loose fat.. Now coming to ur question.. By intense jogging for 10 min we loose approx. 100 kcal of energy.. Note: I wrote "intense"... And this amount of energy can be replenished easily by only one cup of icecream.. So what u need is to spend extra amount of energy so that body is forced to use that fat of yours to get the energy.Now the question is how is this done.Create crisis in ur body.. Exercise more and eat less carbs.. Note:i wrote eat "less" carbs(not totally omit them)... You have to balance ur diet... You will certainly loose weight..
If I need to be in 'critical' condition so I can burn the fat, not the carb only, is it better to workout while fasting or before breakfast ?
Sorry I posted my question in the last question by mistake
@Sk.. Yes it can... In low thyroid levels.. Due to cardiac failure there may be pulmonary effusion meaning there can be fluid accumulation in lungs.. Which can cause cough... But it occurs in severe cases..
I was wondering if I need to lose weight. I'm 5 ft 7 (estimation) and 123 lbs. Is that good?
Hello Mr. Manmeat,
Simple question, what qualifies you to provide answers to our questions? I'm not trying to offend you or get into an argument. I am curious as to where will you be basing your information off of.
Hello there. I read some of your stuff on here. And I found it...interesting
The One about exercise and rest. You told that one could end up with muscle atrophy if enough rest wasn't given after working out for x number of days. Atrophy by definition is a wasting away of on organ or tissue or muscle due to nerve damage or lack of physical stimulation or malnutrition. You cannot get atrophy if you've worked out for a week straight. You will however fatigue your mind and body making you more prone to injury stemming from improper form. Your immune system may temporarily weaken from the constant stress making you vulnerable to infections. And a lot of of other problems. Atrophy not being one of them.
And then there was this person who asked you about a painless clicking shoulder joint, whenever she worked out her shoulders. And you told her that she had a dislocated shoulder. That one was...yeah. When you dislocate your shoulder you can't move your arm much less exercise your shoulder without being in excruciating pain. I have a clicking knee joint and its painless. And I assure you its not dislocated. You should've told her to consult a doctor, if there was a limited range of motion, swelling or pain.
I know your intentions are in the right place but please better your research.
Since this is a fitness forum, false information can be very misleading and potentially have very dangerous consequences. People are being trusting when they ask for advice, the least you could do is give back accurate information.
@Faisel...Its good to have someone debate on my answers.. But i always find some easier way to explain to my readers so that they can understand it nicely.. Let me explain.... Actually before searching google for "muscle atrophy" you should have searched for only "Atrophy"... I used the term in context of explaining that the muscle contraction will eventually decrease due to "non repair" and "muscle bleed"... U should have read the whole topic because i used the term just to explain how the muscles get damaged...
And for that topic of shoulder dislocation... The pathology i was referring was "Positional Non-traumatic dislocations"... So i just copied something for u... (Some people can dislocate their shoulders without any form or history of trauma. Some may have started out dislocating their shoulder as a party trick; others may have always had shoulders that just 'fall' out of joint. This type of dislocation is usually PAINLESS. Both shoulders are typically involved. The cause of this type of dislocation is usually a result of what we call 'abnormal muscle patterning' which means the strong muscles around the shoulder joint are not working in the correct order causing them to pull the shoulder out of joint with active movement in the particular direction such as lifting the arm forward above the head or out to the side and above the head.)... May be it will clear ur doubts...
. Its good that u did some research on stress and immunity too... Yaa its very well true.. That strenous exercise lead to decreased immunity.. But the research paper on this topic also states that "Task and recovery periods for both acute psychological stress or strenous exercise show biphasic changes in immune response such that immune status is negatively impacted during recovery."....and not during the task... So its contradicting on your part...
And the same goes for u... I know your intensions are right place.. But please better ur own research since this is a fitness forun, faulse and "INCOMPLETE" knowledge is often misleading and potentialy have dangerous concequences. People are being trusting when they ask for advice, the least you can do is UPDATING WITH THE RIGHT INFORMATION........
Alright. This will be my lastdiscussion on this.
1. Atrophy - diminution of tissue due to lack of nutrition, movement and or nerve damage.
If you've come across somewhere that says atrophy - muscle damage due to unrest then fine.
But I don't see it.
2. The dislocations. I wasn't saying I was right. The best thing you could have said was for that person was ask them to consult a doctor or a physician.
Having said that, I don't care if you're right or not. The point I was trying to make is...being in an online forum, no matter how extensive your knowledge maybe, is not the right way to diagnose somebody. Of course your opinion is valid. But that's where you have to draw the line. To give an opinion. Always tell people to check their information. Get a second opinion. Get CERTIFIED help.
The fact that you, a student, are inviting people ONLINE to ask you about medical related issues is not the right thing to do.
Hope you understand what I'm trying to say.
Thank you so much for your timely responds Manmeat.
You will be my go to guy when it comes to unanswered question I may have.
And to start of, my first question is this. I get the idea and the principal but why do athletes jump into a pool of ice water after a game? Like I said, I understand the reason but any insight and further explanation on this behavior? Is it safe for an average Joe like myself to do? Or what precautions should I take if I do partake on such torture.
Once again, thanks.
Oh ok. Thanks for the advice
I have small kidney stones but I want to work out and get fit, is there anything that I should avoid? I know that I have to hydrate a lot, a lot of arcticles say that too much and too little activity is bad for kidney stones, do you have any advice? Thanks in advance!
Im at the age of 13 and I wanna be fit and healthy from now on so how many days a week do I need to exercise?
Hello manmeet..its really cool ur trying to help out people.
I have a question. .Are sore muscles a day or two after a workout a sign you are not eating enough protein because they didn't get the nutrients to repair?
Hi! I have a question. The hormones like cortisol, insuline, GH, glucagon makes a difference when you work out ? And with this situation is better to work out in the morning of in the night ???
My question is that:
I'm 55 kg and 177cm height.
How to get some kg and what foods I should eat for get healty kg?
Does everybody need to, if not, then most likely have to pass on kidney stones. Eventually in your life, if so at what age.
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