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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondie View Post
    I didn't take anything as an "attack"

    You are giving off false information.

    Running does NOT have negative impact on your joints. It's the OPPOSITE.

    Evidence supports that running is good for circulation, and reduces stress on the body as a WHOLE.

    Telling people the opposite, as you did, is a lie.

    That's all I am saying.
    A "lie" eh.

    See if you can follow this.

    Cartilage and bursa sacs are cushions between the bones.

    Think of a cushion on your couch. As narrow as your ass is, sitting on the cushion compresses it....over time it will lose it's elasticity and you will have to buy a new cushion.

    The same is true for the cushions in your joints, excessively compressing them at high impact wears them out faster than lower impact motion.

    Pretty simple, but evidently not for you.

    Put running aside for a moment. Repetitive motion in any endeavor, over time, will result in what's called overuse injuries. Micro tears and micro fractures build up and generally are the culprits. Throwing a baseball...swinging a tennis racket or a golf club result in problems later on.

    Running is the same whether you would like to believe it or not....regardless of your "evidence" which was obviously written in crayon.

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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by pmoon6 View Post
    A "lie" eh.

    See if you can follow this.

    Cartilage and bursa sacs are cushions between the bones.

    Think of a cushion on your couch. As narrow as your ass is, sitting on the cushion compresses it....over time it will lose it's elasticity and you will have to buy a new cushion.

    The same is true for the cushions in your joints, excessively compressing them at high impact wears them out faster than lower impact motion.

    Pretty simple, but evidently not for you.

    Put running aside for a moment. Repetitive motion in any endeavor, over time, will result in what's called overuse injuries. Micro tears and micro fractures build up and generally are the culprits. Throwing a baseball...swinging a tennis racket or a golf club result in problems later on.

    Running is the same whether you would like to believe it or not....regardless of your "evidence" which was obviously written in crayon.

    Maybe you can take a few more courses and jump to the bigs where the books you are capable of reading actually have lettered typing.
    Your whole post is your opinion. However, running helps to build bone mass in the knee helping to slow age related bone mass. I have actually been told by my doctor to run to reduce osteoporosis. Research has been done to state that your opinion is nothing more than BS.

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    CONCLUSIONS:

    This systematic review found that knee structures are affected differently by physical activity. Although physical activity is associated with an increase in radiographic osteophytes, there was no related increase in joint space narrowing, rather emerging evidence of an associated increase in cartilage volume and decrease in cartilage defects on magnetic resonance imaging. Given that optimizing cartilage health is important in preventing osteoarthritis, these findings indicate that physical activity is beneficial, rather than detrimental, to joint health.
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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondie View Post
    Your whole post is your opinion. However, running helps to build bone mass in the knee helping to slow age related bone mass. I have actually been told by my doctor to run to reduce osteoporosis. Research has been done to state that your opinion is nothing more than BS.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20631641

    CONCLUSIONS:

    This systematic review found that knee structures are affected differently by physical activity. Although physical activity is associated with an increase in radiographic osteophytes, there was no related increase in joint space narrowing, rather emerging evidence of an associated increase in cartilage volume and decrease in cartilage defects on magnetic resonance imaging. Given that optimizing cartilage health is important in preventing osteoarthritis, these findings indicate that physical activity is beneficial, rather than detrimental, to joint health.
    Tell that to my friend who has run 11 Boston Marathons in his lifetime.

    He now rides a Trek bicycle for cardiovascular health because his knees and ankles can't take the pounding anymore.

    But, do what you like, you know it all. Just don't cry about it when you are in your sixties.

    Remember, moderation in all things, little girl.

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    I hate when people say "all things in moderation"

    Its just lack of knowledge at that point, and its an easy way to end the conversation.

    When I was a kid I fell out of a tree and landed on my hip. That injury is going to be the reason I develop arthritis in my hip, not the running.

    So, I dont just run .. I also do strengthening exercise on hips and knees to REDUCE the risk of injuring them.

    As, we have had access to more and more studies, people are able to reduce injury unlike your friend.

    The running itself did not cause his injury .. And you can't just claim it did because you want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blondie View Post
    I hate when people say "all things in moderation"

    Its just lack of knowledge at that point, and its an easy way to end the conversation.

    When I was a kid I fell out of a tree and landed on my hip. That injury is going to be the reason I develop arthritis in my hip, not the running.

    So, I dont just run .. I also do strengthening exercise on hips and knees to REDUCE the risk of injuring them.

    As, we have had access to more and more studies, people are able to reduce injury unlike your friend.

    The running itself did not cause his injury .. And you can't just claim it did because you want to.
    You're an idiot. Running 150 miles/per week over 25 or so years certainly did cause his problems...it's called low grade trauma and overuse. I don't care how strong you get the muscles around the joint, you can't strengthen the ligaments, cartilage or bursa. You can reduce the risk of injury as you say, but your joints will still deteriorate over time.

    Like I said, I forgot more than you will ever know about training and exercise physiology, both from study and practice.

    So, I'm done arguing with your dumb ass.

    You won, your stupidity and refusal to even entertain an opposing opinion has carried the day.

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    Exercise is overrated... intermittent fasting is a much better tool to lose weight and have a hard flat stomach... IF has worked great for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmoon6 View Post
    You're an idiot. Running 150 miles/per week over 25 or so years certainly did cause his problems...it's called low grade trauma and overuse. I don't care how strong you get the muscles around the joint, you can't strengthen the ligaments, cartilage or bursa. You can reduce the risk of injury as you say, but your joints will still deteriorate over time.

    Like I said, I forgot more than you will ever know about training and exercise physiology, both from study and practice.

    So, I'm done arguing with your dumb ass.

    You won, your stupidity and refusal to even entertain an opposing opinion has carried the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmoon6 View Post
    You're an idiot. Running 150 miles/per week over 25 or so years certainly did cause his problems...it's called low grade trauma and overuse. I don't care how strong you get the muscles around the joint, you can't strengthen the ligaments, cartilage or bursa. You can reduce the risk of injury as you say, but your joints will still deteriorate over time.

    Like I said, I forgot more than you will ever know about training and exercise physiology, both from study and practice.

    So, I'm done arguing with your dumb ass.

    You won, your stupidity and refusal to even entertain an opposing opinion has carried the day.
    The running didn't cause your friend injures .. His own stupidity did ..

    But go ahead and blame running ... Lol ... And tell me I am the idiot..

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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondie View Post
    The running didn't cause your friend injures .. His own stupidity did ..

    But go ahead and blame running ... Lol ... And tell me I am the idiot..
    You are the stereotypical blonde feminist.

    Absurdly obtuse and has to have the last word.

    You don't even know him, but he is stupid and you've got it all figured out, eh.

    Go on wiff yo bad self!!!!

    Now, I will allow you to post a last comment without rebuttal.

    I'm done conversing with an absolute imbecile.

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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

    running too much over long periods of time is certainly bad for most human organisms...

    the definition of too much varies by individuals... as does diet, genetics, other training, rest, etc
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    Well i am waiting to get back walking. I am thinking of doing a 5k run. I still doing light weights and 100 pushups in the morning before work. Going to start doing another 100 at night.
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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by ticatfan View Post
    Well i am waiting to get back walking. I am thinking of doing a 5k run. I still doing light weights and 100 pushups in the morning before work. Going to start doing another 100 at night.
    I mean try a 5k run.

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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by ticatfan View Post
    Well i am waiting to get back walking. I am thinking of doing a 5k run. I still doing light weights and 100 pushups in the morning before work. Going to start doing another 100 at night.
    That's a lot of push-ups. Are you crosstraining with 12oz curls?

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    I mean 355ml curls?

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    I might have to start approaching things differently, I think my metabolism finally started to slow down this winter
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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

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    I might have to start approaching things differently, I think my metabolism finally started to slow down this winter
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    Re: The JATM gets healthy. Thread 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by sahlensguy View Post
    That's a lot of push-ups. Are you crosstraining with 12oz curls?

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    I mean 355ml curls?
    Not as much as i use to.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat View Post
    I might have to start approaching things differently, I think my metabolism finally started to slow down this winter
    Yup, I am on the same path ... my problem is the new found love of craft beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blondie View Post
    Yup, I am on the same path ... my problem is the new found love of craft beer.
    Well, one of the benefits to having a good exercise program is you get to enjoy some of those pleasures in life. You can eat the cake sometimes...or enjoy craft beer.

    Remember as well that a couple of cold ones after a good workout replaces the muscle glycogen burned off during the activity.

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    140 push ups yesterday and today. On my way to 200.

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