I didn't doubt you Tony but I had to look it up and figured I'd save the others from the effort. Bob
TonyJegs wrote:As I told before, I’m against running, esp. for MS people. Now get through number of changes in the body during and after running, and guess - is it healthy?
Brownsfan wrote:...running and/or lifting weights in the heat wipes me out and I avoid it. I've been walking on the treadmill and lifting light weights instead.
finn wrote: Here in Scandinavia most experts think that if one is still able to do it, any kind of aerobic exercise (including running) is able to help MSers...
Here in Finland we usually go to sauna at least once a week, and it is always well heated (65-100 degrees Celcius).
TonyJegs wrote:I repeat here the tiny part of the article which has importance for MS:
“They found … a 40-fold increase in serum levels of the inflammatory cytokine interleukin-6 [in runners]…”, and if you think that it is good for MS, well, we really think and see things differently.
TonyJegs wrote:The point is, there are a lot of blindsided people around, and if you want to learn something new, please, keep your mind open.
Hi Lew,Loobie wrote:I am still exercising, but not like an athlete anymore. If your body won't let you jog because your gait gets "herky jerky" when hot, it is hell on your joints.
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