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Glad I could help. I am still keeping up my daily walks. I only do the running on the spot if I absolutely don’t have time for the walk, but I feel like it’s just better for me overall. Getting outside makes a difference.
In my opinion, saucony. Nike wears down very fast and reebok is even faster in my experience. The ball of the foot and the heel grind right down. I have had problems with saucony mesh breaking above the big toe, but if you pre-emptively pop a tiny bit of gorilla tape in there, it does the job perfectly. Wear good socks. Makes all the d…[Read more]
I did 3 5-minute sessions of running on the spot every day last week and poured everything I had into it. The week before, I walked briskly for a half hour. Walking gave me way better results. I thought I’d share in case this helps someone.
I’d say it’s ok for occasional use more on the rare side. But if you’re struggling with sleep more regularly, maybe go for something designed more for you without the painkillers, or talk to your doctor if it’s all the time.
I think that’s basic and traditional enough that it’s something you need to create yourself with the help of possibly a dietician or even just your doctor to give you some starting tips. The Food Plate nutrition table is your main guide there, I think.
I’ve never heard of Pascoflair. Ziesta is definitely good. I like Natural Calm if I just need to chill a bit. it’s mostly just magnesium. But after stressful days when I know I”m not going to get restful, Ziesta, I agree.
LOL yeah, I think a million is a pretty good guess. I think the point is to behave on the days surrounding so that the one day won’t have a huge impact. Take care this week!
Not a dumb question. We can’t start saying that or none of us will ask anything here haha! It will be the same if you do the movements in terms of range of motion and using your muscles and joints. WIthout the resistance and buoyancy of the water, you won’t get the complete workout, and it won’t be in the same way . It sure won’t hurt but it…[Read more]
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