- Q What is Achilles tendonitis?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyAchilles Tendonitis happens when you torque the Achilles tendon, which connect the two large muscles of the calf to the heel - usually by rotating the upper and lower leg in opposite directions. The tendon, which is the largest and strongest tendon in... Full Answer
- Q How do I know if the pain is from nerve, muscle, or skeletal problems?
Trevor Wicken - NASM Elite Trainer, FitnessAs stated in the post from the Cleveland Clinic, there is no single test that can differentiate between neve, muscle, or skeletal pain. However, during exercise and activity, many people experience similar sensations that can help to clue an individual... Full Answer
- Q How flexible am I?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineFlexibility is like real estate - it all depends on location. Some may be able to twist their necks around like a horror-movie monster, while others probably have hamstrings that are tighter than football pants. If you want to test your flexibility, try... Full Answer