"Using a foam roller can work out muscle kinks before they cause more problems,” says Neel Mehta, M.D., director of outpatient pain medicine at the Weill-Cornell Pain Medicine Center.
3-5 times of gym is pretty active. I started to train a week ago, and at present i am confining myself to just 2 times a week. Not easy to stay motivated on resistance training when one is an active smoker. Anyways, I train at my home.
Sorry to hear about your varicocele. I love to ride the bicycle myself. Perhaps we all need a gel cover for those seats.
I think skipping rope is a good cardio exercise. I am planning to add that to my workout.
I waited long enough to quit smoking cigarettes for starting my workout training. So, now I just started it anyway. Hope, it helps me with the nicotine problem. Anyways It is nice to hear from you. Take care. Wish you all the peace, happiness and health! God bless!
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