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User avatar #6054 - shrike
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(09/30/2012) [-]
Quick question, whenever I go for a jog I always and easily get cramps. It's usually right below my ribs, and it usually hurts too much for me to keep jogging. I either have to walk or rest for a bit.

What are some ways to stop cramping? I always stretch and drink a ton of water before jogging.
#6066 to #6054 - IronWill
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(10/01/2012) [-]
Don't drink too much water before jogging or you'll get cramps. Take a few slips. Don't jog/run on full stomach.
User avatar #6061 to #6054 - lolpandas
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(10/01/2012) [-]
Hybridboxll is right, it's usually a breathing issue with most people, not that they are trully physically tired and exhausted. Take the next few jogs to focus mainly on keep your breathing.
User avatar #6067 to #6061 - shrike
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(10/01/2012) [-]
well, how exactly are you supposed to breath?
User avatar #6068 to #6067 - jelliesman
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(10/01/2012) [-]
when i run i inhale through my nose for 3 steps then exhale out my mouth for 3 steps. i have asthma and used to have the same problem until i learned to control my breathing and stopped drinking soda
User avatar #6071 to #6068 - shrike
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(10/01/2012) [-]
ok, ill try that, thanks
User avatar #6057 to #6054 - hybridboxll
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(09/30/2012) [-]
lrn2breathe