How to Deal with High Temperature Problem for RunningUser Rating: / 0 PoorBest Sports RecreationWritten by Steve Mike Wednesday, 20 April 2011 01:50 We can stick to running to keep fit, so running is so good exercise way. But you would not neglect the dangerous cases, such as heat exhaustion, heat cramps and heat stroke. I will show you how to avoid these dangerous cases happened. First of all, to wait until you have been able to adapt o exercise in hot climates, when the intense workout again. It takes about seven to ten days to adapt to hot weather. During this period, the heat rate will reduce, more sweat, and sweat for a certain long time. The best way to achieve the goal is strengthen exercise everyday. If you have adapted to running in hot; this adaptation can be maintained for about two weeks You should drink a lot of water in motion. That in the past people deemed that should not drink water during exercise. A recent study showed that, if athletes including runners, free drink, they can better perform their bodily functions. If the weight reduced 5% for loss of water, the efficiency will reduce 50%. The maximum tolerance of weight lose is 6%. To make up for the lose of water, you would drink some water before running. The reason is that our bodies absorb the liquid is equal to half of the rate of sweating. To be lightly armed. A round neck shirt can cover 40% of your body. Wear light colored clothing to reflect sunlight. If it is possible, you would water body with cold water, the colder, the better, which can help you sweat better. If it is warm weather, I usually run along the river. If feel hot, I stopped down to get the body wet, but I do not suggest you drink river water. During the race, if someone hands over water to you, you would drink enough and pour the remaining to body. If you do like this, you will notice immediately increase of the running capacity, although some runners find wet foot bring more blistering. Shorten the warm up time. We figured earlier that warm up will increase the heat release; of course, you do not extra heat at all. Before attending the race, you would take breakfast before ten o'clock, because marathon usually starts in noon. Add more salt to breakfast, or drink a glass or two of salty meat soup. During the race, there will be some drink station, drink some water ahead, do not drink when you feel thirsty. Not all runners will be troubled by heat. Some runners seem to have some kind of innate heat capacity; or even they performance better. But some people will reduce the speed greatly as the temperature increases. The ability to bear hot depends on his volume. Hot days are very negative to heavy weight person, for the same kilogram, they have smaller skin surface. In addition; the outer fat impedes bulk heat. 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She waited so long that each coach was counting on her, so she took her father's advice and did both. And thrived, somehow fitting each sport in until the end of the season when the San Diego Section swim finals conflicted with the track prelims.Lawson, now a junior, chose track but earned varsity letters in both sports.Last spring she got the benefit of a schedule change and was able to run track and then race over to swimming, where she anchored the Mavericks' 200 yard medley relay, competed in the 50 free and swam a leg on the 4x100 freestyle relay.Heading into this school year, she has already earned eight varsity letters (adding cross country and girls water polo)."I'd played club water polo, so that was no big deal," the 5 foot 6 Lawson said of the winter sport. "Of the four sports, I like cross country best because it's a real team sport."Lawson doesn't like to dwell on her individual achievements, which, with the graduation of record setting Molly Grabill of Rancho Bernardo (Oregon) and Alli Billmeyer of Torrey Pines (Stanford), result in her being the top returning distance runner in a section that has earned the reputation of being one of the best in the state.Last fall, Lawson finished third in the section Division I championships, running a fine time of 15 minutes, 45 seconds over the 2.75 mile Morley Field course before leading her team into the state championships, where she placed fourth, just five seconds behind Billmeyer and two places ahead of Grabill.Naturally, she preferred to remember that the Mavericks landed four runners in the top 20 and placed second by just eight points to Temecula Great Oaks, earning one of the coveted at large spots in the Nike Cross Country Nationals in Portland.Since LCC's top four runners (Lawson, Emma Abrahamson, Shanoah Souza and Ellie Abrahamson) are returning and Rebekah Bosler has transferred back to the area after living in Colorado, it looked like the Mavericks would be heavy favorites to move to the top rung of the state victory stand this fall.Aw, but it never comes that easy.With a slight dip in enrollment, LCC dropped to Division II, where Saugus won with a remarkably low 25 points last year."At first we were bummed because in our minds Division I figured to be the toughest division you know, winning D1 is a big thing," Lawson said. "But now we have different teams, and we're such a close group we will use it as motivation." Men Nike Free Run 2 Grey White Blue,Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition where the nerves lose their ability to conduct efficiently and ends up with either numbness in the lower extremity or persistent pain and burning. Too often, those suffering with peripheral neuropathy had been told that there is little or nothing that can be done. Fortunately, as time progresses, there is a continually better understanding of this condition and an improvement in treatments. We will outline the four most effective. 1. Microvascular Therapy: It has been well documented that even in cases where the main arteries are bringing adequate blood flow down the limb, the microvascular circulation, the small tributaries, are not as well functioning. This is particularly true in people with diabetes. Microvascular therapy is achieved through a unit similar to a physical therapy modality. The unit is distributed by Neurovasix and is called Microvas. It is a non invasive treatment not requiring any medication and has no side effects. The treatment involves a digital wave that causes angiogenesis, the reperfusion of capillaries, which brings more oxygenated blood to the nerves. Patients often feel a dramatic increase in sensation. Some cases report full resolution of peripheral neuropathy symptoms. It has been well documented that people with diabetes suffer from microvascular deficiency and is the primary cause of neuropathy. For that reason, microvascular therapy is much more effective in people with diabetes. 2. Benfotiamine: A bioactive form of Thiamine, Benfotiamine, is a nutrient that is deficient in many people suffering with peripheral neuropathy. A common brand name of Benfotiamine is Neuremedy. Thiamine, Vitamin B1, is essential for the nervous system to function properly. It is difficult to maintain adequate levels of Thiamine through diet alone. Benfotiamine works to nourish the nerves and reverse the effects of peripheral neuropathy. After taking Benfotiamine, people can notice a change in their peripheral neuropathy symptoms anywhere from several days to two months after first taking it. For those who it is effective for, it is important to continue to take the supplement. Benfotiamine has been used in Europe since the 1960s and has been proven to be safe and effective. 3. Topical Analgesics: When it comes to peripheral neuropathy, much focus is spent on the oral pharmaceuticals to manage the discomfort. These medications, Neurontin, Cymbalta, Lyrica, and others are often prescribed and heavily advertised on television. These medications are often effective, but the side effects can be debilitating. So many people overlook a topical analgesic. If someone's neuropathy presents as a constant burning pain, why not put out the fire? Now not all analgesics are created equal and each should be used at the proper time. If someone is feeling that burning pain, you don't want to counter that with a topical that will make the feet burn more! Put out the fire with a topical analgesic that provides a cold, soothing sensation. The most popular of these products is called Biofreeze. Biofreeze contains Ilex, an herbal extract of a holly shrub in South Africa. Biofreeze provides a cooling sensation. Beware of "Icy" topical that have a heat component afterwards. For a neuropathy that presents with a numbing effect, then a heat component works better. Capsin, and other ointments that contain capcaisin, provides a burning sensation that stimulates the nerves and can moderate the numbness. No matter which is appropriate to use, please be sure that you wash your hands afterwards. Shoes are Important! With all the discomfort with peripheral neuropathy, it probably is best just to go barefoot, right? WRONG!! For one, the feet must be protected. If someone with peripheral neuropathy has a decrease in sensitivity, as most do, then that person is putting their limbs at risk by not wearing shoes. A foot that does not have full sensitivity cannot be expected to feel what it steps on. This will, at best, cause a lack of balance and, at worst, cause a foreign body to embed into the foot, which can become infected and lead hospitalization or amputation. When looking for a shoe, the sole is most important. A sturdy rubber sole is the best way to protect the foot from foreign objects. If enclosing the foot proves to be too uncomfortable, a looser fitting shoe or sandal can work well also. It is true that nothing will help everyone. But someone who suffers from peripheral neuropathy will tell you that even a slight reduction in pain may let them get to sleep at night and be more productive during their day. Most cities have support groups and resources for peripheral neuropathy. 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(AP Photo)He acknowledged "my own failings" as he asked for a second term, four years after taking office as the nation's first black president."Four more years," delegates chanted over and over as the 51 year old Obama stepped to the podium, noticeably grayer than four years ago when he was a history making candidate for the White House.The president's speech was the final act of a pair of highly scripted national political conventions in as many weeks, and the opening salvo of a two month drive toward Election Day that pits Obama against Republican rival Romney. The contest is ever tighter for the White House in a dreary season of economic struggle for millions.Vice President Joe Biden preceded Obama at the convention podium and proclaimed, "America has turned the corner" after experiencing the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.Obama didn't go that far in his own remarks, but he said firmly, "We are not going back, we are moving forward, America."With unemployment at 8.3 percent, the president said the task of recovering from the economic disaster of 2008 is exceeded in American history only by the challenge Franklin Delano Roosevelt faced when he took office in 1933."It will require common effort, shared responsibility and the kind of bold persistent experimentation" that FDR employed, Obama said.In an appeal to independent voters who might be considering a vote for Romney, he added that those who carry on Roosevelt's legacy "should remember that not every problem can be remedied with another government program or dictate from Washington.He said, "The truth is, it will take more than a few years for us to solve challenges that have built up over the decades."In the run up to Obama's speech, delegates erupted in tumultuous cheers when former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, grievously wounded in a 2011 assassination attempt, walked onstage to lead the Pledge of Allegiance. The hall grew louder when she blew kisses to the crowd. special operations forces " on a mission approved by the current commander in chief.The hall was filled to capacity long before Obama stepped to the podium, and officials shut off the entrances because of a fear of overcrowding for a speech that the campaign had originally slated for the 74,000 seat football stadium nearby. Aides said weather concerns prompted the move to the convention arena, capacity 15,000 or so.Obama's campaign said the president would ask the country to rally around a "real achievable plan that will create jobs, expand opportunity and ensure an economy built to last."He added, "The truth is it will take more than a few years for us to solve challenges that have built up over a decade."In convention parlance, both Obama and Biden were delivering acceptance speeches before delegates who nominated them for new terms in office.But the political significance went far beyond that the moment when the general election campaign begins in earnest even though Obama and Romney have been pointing toward a Nov. 6 showdown for months.To the cheers of delegates, Obama retraced his steps to halt the economic slide, including the auto bailout that Romney opposed."After a decade of decline, this country created over a half million manufacturing jobs in the last two and a half years," he said.Turning to national security, he said he had promised to end the war in Iraq, and had done so."We've blunted the Taliban's momentum in Afghanistan, and in 2014 our longest war will be over," he said."A new tower rises above the New York skyline, al Qaida is on the path to defeat and Osama bin Laden is dead," he declared, one of the night's repeated references to the special operations forces raid that resulted in the terrorist mastermind's demise more than a year ago.He lampooned Romney's own economic proposals."Have a surplus? Try a tax cut. Deficit too high? Try another. Feel a cold coming on? Take two tax cuts, roll back some regulations and call us in the morning," he said.Mocking Romney for his overseas trip earlier this summer, Obama said, "You might not be ready for diplomacy with Beijing if you can't visit the Olympics without insulting our closest ally." That was a reference to a verbal gaffe the former Massachusetts governor committed while visiting London.The hall was filled to capacity long before Obama stepped to the podium, and officials shut off the entrances because of a fear of overcrowding for a speech that the campaign had originally slated for the 74,000 seat football stadium nearby. Aides said weather concerns prompted the move to the convention arena, capacity 15,000 or so. Men Nike Free Run 2 Grey White Blue Despite that stark financial outlook, the city's budget committee perhaps mindful of the coming election voted Wednesday to scrap a special 1 per cent infrastructure levy, citing difficult economic times for residents. The levy, first proposed at 5 per cent by Mayor Hazel McCallion in 2007 and later lowered to 1 per cent, has brought millions of dollars into city coffers over the past two years on top of property taxes. The point, at the beginning, was to highlight underfunding by senior governments. The cash was stored in a rainy day fund to help stave off a looming infrastructure deficit of $1.5 billion over a 20 year period. Mississauga residents now face a 2.3 per cent property tax hike on the local portion of the tax bill, which amounts to a $26.32 increase on a home assessed at $400,000. When combined with a proposed 3 per cent Peel Region tax hike, the total increase per average home will be $83.84. don't think it's the year to impose the levy, McCallion told council Wednesday, adding that next year wouldn't be appropriate, either. She said it was important to demonstrate council's concern about helping people keep their homes. Councillor Eve Adams, voicing support for McCallion, said the levy sends a mixed signal to residents, who have noted the amount of infrastructure stimulus money that has flowed to the city from the federal and provincial governments this year. Adams and fellow councillor Nando Iannicca said it's the wrong time to tax residents more and sock away the money, rather than spending it to stimulate the local economy. Mississauga's finances are increasingly looking as bleak as Toronto's, in large part because the city is virtually built out, with no more room for the growth and increased assessments associated with low density suburban housing. High growth GTA municipalities such as Halton Region and Markham, by contrast, have been able to hold the line on tax rates this year. Officials say the city's capital reserves stand at $372 million. As a result of Wednesday's decision, that figure will dip to $30 million in 2012, forcing the city to begin borrowing money for capital projects coming down the pike, including the Bus Rapid Transit system. Mississauga was able to avoid tax hikes from 1990 to 2001, and last borrowed money in 1978. It has a current operating budget of $320 million and a capital budget of $546 million.
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