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Old 01-02-2020, 08:30 AM #11
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N thanks for the advice guys, very helpful.
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Old 01-02-2020, 10:22 AM #12
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The most basic answer is that you are running more than you can handle, so dial it down a bit and work your way back up, increasing time and/or distance by maximum 10% each week. Apart from that, stretching is overrated, in my book, but if you must, remember it is dynamic stretches before a workout, and static stretches after... i.e. the warm up is just to getting you moving, and the warm down is where you can work on increasing flexibility and roller-work or whatever
I agree with this. If you are not running daily then all of the sudden try to start, you can bet the calves will be sore and tight...along with the other muscles used. I also agree with the dynamic stretching before and static after
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Old 01-02-2020, 12:47 PM #13
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Right now, n as for the last week, it hurts to walk. Next time I run, I'm gonna stretch better n also ease into my run..maybe try to be more fleet footed?
Yeah, if it hurts for just a couple hours, it would likely be just a cramp. But if it's hurting for days (or more), it is a possible strain. For a strained calf, definitely look at the advice others mentioned about incline, foot position, shoes, etc. That repetitive impact can really take a toll if it isn't executed correctly.
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Whatsup guys, everytime I run afterward my calves tighten up n are in pain. What can I do to avoid this? I ran Christmas day, n haven't been able to since because my left calf is bruised/ in pain. I stretch my legs for a good 30 seconds before I run. What can I do? Drink more water? Stretch better? Thanks!!
Are you heavy / obese?
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Old 01-05-2020, 06:15 PM #18
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No, 190 pounds, 5 foot 11.
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I use a thin roller on my legs everynight while watching TV. I think it's called the stick. Feels great and seems to help immensely with tightness and cramping
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I use a thin roller on my legs everynight while watching TV. I think it's called the stick. Feels great and seems to help immensely with tightness and cramping
I've been using one of these massage sticks, pretty good for knots.
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