I have an issue with my right shoulder (especially when wt. exercises are involved). My shoulder has an aching "pain" and "cracking" sound anteriorly at the joint. This seems to be also causing a burning sensation posteriorly and medially at mid scapula. Even some ROM mvmts triggers these sensations. Any thoughts on what is happening?View Thread
I have been exercising regularly 5-6 days a week. I alternate btwn cardio and strength training (i.e. cardio day 1, strength day 2, cardio, strength.....). I am having a hard time reducing the abdominal jiggle. Any suggestions on how to improve my ab workout? I have a 53 min Hard Core DVD from Xtrain fit program that I use as my main ab work. I also will do Zumba and have several other DVDs that focus on abs. I have cut calorie intake also. Any suggestions?View Thread
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