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Old 04-13-2009, 08:07 PM
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getting a stitch

I'm kinda less inclinded to do exercise if it HURTS after
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:16 PM
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getting a stitch

I'm kinda less inclinded to do exercise if it HURTS after
If it doesn't burn your not doing it enough Dave.


Time to sack up buddy and do what it takes.

Buy a good pair of running shoes and have at it. Don't worry you actually grow to like the soreness.

Everytime I train and get a bump buise or cut or whatever it might be I treat it like a badge of honor.
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:25 PM
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If it doesn't burn your not doing it enough Dave.


Time to sack up buddy and do what it takes.

Buy a good pair of running shoes and have at it. Don't worry you actually grow to like the soreness.

Everytime I train and get a bump buise or cut or whatever it might be I treat it like a badge of honor.
Me dtoo I had a purple spot on my hip from taking punches in boxing and I was so stoked!
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:37 PM
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I'm kinda less inclinded to do exercise if it HURTS after
Opt for something low or zero impact such as bicycling or swimming. If it's painful on the joints, is it really worth it in the long run? I.E. lose weight and get heart-healthy, while damaging joints isn't a good thing.

Not to mention, even when I'm in really good shape, I always find a 5-minute light jog followed by power-walking for the remainder of the cardio still keeps my HR around 150-160, which is more than enough to burn calories and fat. That would help reduce some of the pain of jogging if you don't have any other option.
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:56 PM
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Start slow, maybe run for two minutes and walk 8, do this 3 times. and build up every week.

this is what i did as part of the catch the wave program. When I started I could only run 30 secs and my knees and feet would hurt that night and the next day. I then started this catch the wave which will be 7 weeks ago on Wed and I'm running 36 minutes at a time and no pain.
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Do you guys not understand me or something. Running doesnt hurt...but it gives me a stitch...Running isnt supposed to give you a Stitch is it
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:58 PM
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If it doesn't burn your not doing it enough Dave.


Time to sack up buddy and do what it takes.

Buy a good pair of running shoes and have at it. Don't worry you actually grow to like the soreness.

Everytime I train and get a bump buise or cut or whatever it might be I treat it like a badge of honor.
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No A stitch is like...well...I dont know how to describe it...but if you get a Stitch you cant run anymore...it feels like a cross between a broken bone and a pulled muscle, but it only last for about 10 mins
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Is a "stitch" the same as "shin splints?" Is it a pain on the bone on the front of the calf muscle? If so, don't run, lol
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Is a "stitch" the same as "shin splints?" Is it a pain on the bone on the front of the calf muscle? If so, don't run, lol


NOOOOO

A stitch is when your sides hurt...like your lungs hurt and your ribs hurt...its difficult to say,...its not chest pain...but breathing becomes painful and running kinda becomes impossible
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"Stitch" is silly Englosh talk for a cramp. Dave: dig you fist into your side wherever you get the cramp & just keeping going. It'll pass.
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