Hello I really want to start a new lifestyle because I want to get in shape for my health, I am worried that...
Posted by An_260076
I really want to start a new lifestyle because I want to get in shape for my health, I am worried that if I don't start soon that bad things could happen. I am a little over 18. I do not have a lot of experience in this or many people to support me. I don't have a lot of money to get a gym membership and to be honest I am a little self conscious to go to one. I was wondering if there is any advice or tips that anyone could give a beginner like me. I do not know where to start and the more I hold off on it the more overwhelming the road ahead seems. I really have no knowledge on exercising and sports are not exactly my cup of tea. If anyone out there can help I would appreciate it. Thank you for your time.View Thread
I recently began treatment for plantar fasciitis, including wearing a boot at night and PT a couple days a...
Posted by An_259996
I recently began treatment for plantar fasciitis, including wearing a boot at night and PT a couple days a week. I was wondering if anyone has had this and if so how long it took before you could start a light running/jogging program?View Thread
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