I need comments on exercise that works around the lower back. I have calcification in a lace like pattern...
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I need comments on exercise that works around the lower back. I have calcification in a lace like pattern attached to 3 vertebra in the lumbar area from which I get sciatica. If I do crunches it only makes the problem worse. I am now doing planks which seems to be good. Any thoughts? Upper body exercises are fine.View Thread
I recently injured my foot and won't be able to run, bike, etc. for a week or two. Any ideas for aerobic exercise I can do (preferrably without the use of gym equipment) while I'm supposed to be mostly staying off my feet?View Thread
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For the last two weeks I have been tracking every morsel of food that I eat. I measure everything meticulously. I wear a Bodymedia Fit, and had my RMR tested with a metabolic cart. I have been doing cardio 4 times a week at 60-70% mhrr and resistance training 3 times a week. I am 31, 299 lbs and have been maintaining a calorie deficit of 1,000+/day. I have had my hormones tested and all are perfectly fine. A few months ago I tracked my stats for a full month and with the same deficit I didn't lose a single pound.
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