Exercise, Fitness, and Sports Topics
Exercise, Fitness, and Sports
Last message on July 12 by Dietitian: Hi SilentKnight, that does sound frustrating. Can you please send an email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org about what happened? Include the app that you are using (Android vs. iPhone app). Thanks, Kathy (I'm one of the dietitians).
MS diagnosis 3 messages
Last message on June 2 by Dietician: Hi U1186738679-Welcome to MND! Let us know how the tracking and healthy eating go this week for you! As for lower intensity exercise I think first off listen to your body. It sounds like you are already doing this, which is huge! I second what...
Therapy 2 messages
Last message on May 28 by Dietician: Greetings LaFarren2013- Welcome back! That is awesome that you are getting in your chair more and more and that it is possible for you to include some wheeling around your house AND weight lifting. Pat yourself on the back! When you wrote in back...
Protein Shakes 4 messages
TO ADD EXERCISE CALORIES OR NOT TO ADD... 14 messages
Last message on May 7 by Dietician: Hi Simplycidalia- Sounds like you are thinking through this in a very practical and realistic manner. It is all about progress not perfection. Thanks for sharing~ Joanna (MND Dietician)
Exercise routines 8 messages
Last message on April 18 by Dietician: Hello Titanium Princess, Glad to hear you are exercising! A routine that includes cardio, strengthening, balance, stretching is a great idea. Many people make a schedule and add minutes of intensity or duration as they progress. Does your gym...
weight loss 2 messages
Rapier? 2 messages
Last message on March 8 by Dietician: Hello Soulkeeper- The American College of Sports Medicine and Center for Disease Control define fencing as moderate physical activity 3.0-6.0 METS which equals 3.5-7 kcals burned per minute of activity. Fencing is listed as an option under the...
Dizzy at the gym 5 messages
Last message on March 5 by Dietician: Hi Ericaclonts- It sounds like you have a high level of awareness of how your body feels, which is a healthy thing. When our body is talking to us it often does so in a subtle way at first and then ramps up the volume and screams at us. Why now...
Frustrated at weight plateau 3 messages
Last message on January 28 by Dietician: Hello Falcieri, Weight plateaus can be frustrating! Especially if you were doing well and the scale was reflecting your hard work. Do not lose hope! Weight plateaus are very normal. Here is an article I think you may find useful on weight...
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