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cardio problem

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at first I though it was the SEO making my feet and ankles swell but after taking a week or so off from it I now see its the damn walking on the treadmill that is doing it. man I guess I should ride the bike for a few days. I am doing 40min ED and weigh 265 but I have never done this much cardio

anybody else get this?
 
quite bit cardio there, I always find when just start doing cardio ankles legs take while before can handle it. Maybe cut back to 4 x per week :)
 
swollen feet

Pumped,

Swollen feet and ankles occur when blood and interstitial fluids pool in the soft tissues of lower extremities.

This can result from many factors but one of the reasons is due to lack of blood return.

The large vains in the lower extremities have one way valves to assist blood in the return to the heart. The normal contractions of the large muscles in the legs act as the pumping mechanism to assist the valves in blood return.

My guess is your legs are not used to being worked in a way that requires a large blood flow with minimal change in muscle range of motion.

Once you have started walking on the treadmill by prior to the swelling, try getting off the treadmill and stretching the larger muscles of lower extremities through full range of motion to assist in blood return. This should help.

Also, check your blood pressure.

It will probably just take some time for your body get used to it.

Good luck,

B.D.
 
Uh

yea, what he said. :D

Now that is getting scientific. I think we'll learn alot from this new bro. Nice to meet ya!
 
damn good first post bro

welcome to the board Brent D.
 
Hey PHIL said he is the man that gave him knowledge...so you know the guy is vry smart when it comes to body building...and how the body functions
 
thanks guys I did the bike today and seems to be alittle better. I am doing so much cardip because I need to get my B/f down I have a show in 9 weeks and I just got to fat over the winter lol
 
pumped, did u notice this tightness on the outside of your calves ? any pain? I get something very similiar to this sometimes
 
no just the ankles and top of the foot. but I did the bike today and they didnt swell up
 
hey if u are anything like me my gym shoes have seen better days. try swapping the insoles out, that might also help
 
Lower leg tightness

crackerjack414,


The tightness you feel in the interior region of your lower leg sounds like something that I've also experienced.

In my case, after examining the anatomy of a lower leg, I decided that it was probably the tibialis anterior causing the discomfort. The tibialis anterior acts in dorsiflexion and inversion of the foot. It also supports the medial arch of the foot.

After realizing this, I got new shoes with better arch support and my problem was solved.

Sometimes though, it could be something called compartment syndrome. This is a link it goes into some detail about compartment syndrome.

http://www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/cybertherapist/front/lowerleg/anteriorcompart.htm


Brent D.
 
Ankles and feet...

PUMPED,

good to hear that the biking helped!

Brent D.
 
SAME THING HAPPENS TO ME.......

I HAVE VERICOSE VEINS AND HIGH BLOOD PREASURE. AT NIGHT I STACK PILLOWS UNDER EACH LEG TO KEEP THEM ELEVATED. NASTY SHIT, ISN'T IT? HAHAHA......
 
Brent D.
thank u very much, bro after reading that, thats exzactly what it is. Iam printing this out and taking it to my doc next week. He just kept telling me, i had nothing wrong and to stop doing cardio for a while.
Thanks again
Cj
 

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