Ask the Doc: From Heart Rate Training to Blister Popping

August 13, 2011
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Tune in to this special “mega” episode of Ask the Doc ever with tons of questions answered by the expert, Dr. Mark Klion. You’ll get insight on gauging heart rate with age and fitness level, dealing with workout nausea, signs on bone fracture, treatment for injures (including thoughts on PRP, cortisone shots, PT, etc.), getting gas while training/racing, ganglion cysts, hydration and swimming,  popping blisters and more! Ask your sports medicine questions on out Facebook page.

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Comments (4)

  • Eric Houser says:

    Thanks for once again having a great show. I had one of the questions discussed on the podcast with regards to heart rate and having such a high one at 215 bpm. I will have the medical center check it further but reponse to the battery….this has been regularly duplicated on 3 separate heart rate transmitters to include Polar S625X, an older Polar as well as the Nike + GPS watch all with the same results…215 so I would say it's not the battery!! Thanks again!

  • Tom says:

    I had an issue with my Garmin 310XT heart rate monitor showing elevated bpm's. The problem was not with the battery, but with the strap. An easy solution was found with a web search. The Polar replacement heart monitor strap uses the same two "snaps" to secure the transmitter. The Polar strap seems to be more durable and works fine with the 310XT's transmitter.

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