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Going back around 10 years, Milk and egg was considered the best protein supplement to use. The old protein 90+ powders were also best sellers, made from caseins (milk proteins). Then along came Whey protein, a new super duper protein superior to all others!! With statements such as "our whey protein has a BV of 157!" - different companies marketing there whey products differently, but all stating that whey is the best protein! Protein Powders Explained
The conundrum: push yourself too hard and run yourself into the ground. Don’t push yourself hard enough and never improve. The answer: start listening to your heart, not your head, by using a heart rate monitor (HRM). What does a HRM do? Heart Rate Monitors - The Basics - Kit
In order to produce the highest level of athletic performance it is important to assess and train various aspects of sports conditioning. These include power, strength, speed, agility, coordination, flexibility, local muscular endurance,and cardiovascular aerobic capacity. Each aspect can be vastly improved with sound training but will only be useful if they are tailored to the specific demands of your sport. Therefore we recommend that before you jump into a workout you do four things: Endurance - Goals | Myprotein
Home > Medicine > Stretching > List > Gastrocnemius Muscles Stretched: Gastrocnemius Description Stand with one leg in front of the other, with both feet pointed forward. Place hands on a wall or similar for support Keep back knee straight, with the heel pressed to the floor Push your hips forward, while pressing your back heel to ground Hold the stretch Repeat on each leg Stretches: Calf Muscle Stretch - gastrocnemius
Home > Medicine > Stretching > List > Soleus Muscles Stretched: Soleus Description Stand with one leg in front of the other, with both feet pointed forward. Place hands on a wall or similar for support Keep back knee bent, with the heel pressed to the floor Push your hips forward, while pressing your back heel to ground Hold the stretch Repeat on each leg Stretches: Calf Muscle Stretch - soleus
Muscle Cramps Home > Medicine > Treatment > Cramping by Julie Donnelly You're in the middle of your long run for the week, and you're doing just great! You feel strong, your time is right on target, you're moving breathing easily and you feel confident. Suddenly, your calf muscle cramps, so suddenly that you almost fall in your tracks. Limping to the side of the road, you collapse onto the grass, your leg is throbbing so severely that you can't even think ... you try to stretch it out ... it gets worse!
Calf Cramps Information The old charley-horse condition Calf cramps can make a person miserable, even though there may be no nasty reason behind them. They're not greatly different from the abdominal variety but they usually appear for different reasons. Sure, they come and go fairly rapidly but they often leave residual pain that feels like bruising for some time, up to a day after the fact. It would be wonderful to be able to wave a magic wand and do away with calf cramps altogether but at least there are some practical things that can be done to prevent or treat them. Be mindful during training Some people are more at risk of suffering from calf cramps.