Why does a 1995 Chrysler lhs start and run until it gets warm then stalls and wont start again until it cools off?
sounds like you temperature sending unit is bad. very cheap part usually easy to fix however sometimes hard to find - buy an automotive book for you car or ask someone at parts store
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Running just might be the best exercise there is. It keeps your entire body fit, it keeps your weight in check, it keeps your cardiovascular system healthy and it even keeps y…our bowels moving. Many times you've watched runners going by and said to yourself: "I would never be able to do that." Or maybe you've watched them and said to yourself: "I wish I could do that." Whatever the case, you can start running, even if you barely exercise. For some reason people seem to think they should just be able to run whenever they decide to do so, and when they find they can't, they get discouraged and quit. But with the exception of the very few who continued to run throughout high school and into adulthood, no one can simply pick up and run, even those who are in good shape. So give yourself a break. If you want to run, you can. The key is to have patience with yourself. You may not be a runner by next week, but by next year you can definitely be running your first marathon if you would like.Babies learn to walk before they learn to run, and you have to do the same thing. If you don't already walk regularly, now is the time to start. If you do, then walk longer and faster. First get a pair of comfortable walking shoes, and then set up a program of going out walking four or five times per week, for at least a half-hour each time. Don't treat this as a stroll; you want to get your heart rate up. Swing your arms. Walk as fast as you can keep up for the entire time. Once you are walking comfortably this way for at least three weeks, it's time to move on to the next level.You may have heard the term "interval training." This is hands down the best way to improve your fitness in the quickest way possible. All it means is that you train in a way that is relatively easy for a long period of time, in this case walking, and then you insert intervals of greater difficulty that you cannot sustain for long periods of time, in this case jogging. Here are a couple of different ways to do this:By time - First, warm up by walking for about five minutes. Then jog for 30 seconds. Walk for one minute. Repeat these intervals of 30 seconds of jogging followed by one minute of walking for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, walk for five minutes to cool-down. By steps - This is a great method f you don't want to keep looking at your watch or setting an alarm. It can also make the time pass more quickly. Again, warm up by walking for five minutes. Then jog for 50 steps. Walk for 100 steps. Repeat these intervals of jogging for 50 steps and walking for 100 steps for 20 minutes. End with a five-minute cool-down of walking.Once you have been doing your intervals as outlined above for two weeks or so, you can switch the intervals around. By time - Again, warm up by walking for five minutes. Then jog for one minute. Walk for 30 seconds. Continue these intervals for 20 minutes before cooling down by walking for five minutes. By steps - Warm up by walking for five minutes. Then jog for 100 steps. Walk for 50 steps. Continue these intervals for 20 minutes. Cool down by walking for five minutes.It is important to listen to your body. If at any time you feel the longer intervals are too much for you, then cut down to shorter intervals for a bit. This is not failure - it just means you need a little more time to get to that level.After two to three weeks of Jog/Walking, you can make the jump to jogging. Again, warm up for about five minutes by walking. At that point, take it to a slow jog. This is not a race! You want to have a pace that you can keep up for 20 minutes straight. The talk test is a time-proven way to stay at the right pace. If you can carry on a conversation (if you are with someone) or if you can sing (if you're alone), then this is a good pace. If you get to the point at which talking or singing is difficult, then slow down. There is no reason to try to do more than you can. If you find it difficult to jog for the entire 20 minutes, walk for a bit. Let your breathing and heart rate come back to normal, and then start jogging again. Remember this is not a race. Your goal is to become a runner for the long term, not become a runner by next week. You've made huge improvements already and your ability will only continue to improve.Really you can already call yourself a runner if you're going 20 minutes straight, but if you want to get to the point that you feel incredible when you're running, like you could go forever, if you want to get faster or if you want to start entering some races, then you'll want to first start adding time and then start adding intervals. You'll want to get up to 45-minute runs before you start working on your speed. Each week, add five minutes to the jog/run portion of your session. So, you'll still warm up by walking for five minutes, then you'll jog for 25 minutes, then cool down by walking for five minutes. The next week, you'll warm up, jog for 30 minutes before cooling down, and so on. You do not have to go this long every time you go out. Just choose one or two days each week when you will go for longer. As you become a more developed runner, if you should choose to, you can have a different purpose for every one of your weekly runs. Once you can jog for 45 minutes, you can start to add some running intervals, where you will pick up your speed. You can do this in a similar manner to how you began walking/jogging, using time or steps, or you can use the "fartlek" method. That is when you go more by the feel of your body than anything structured. Jog until you feel like running faster, run faster until you feel the need to take it easier.Running is the simplest and least expensive form of exercise. All you need is a pair of running shoes, open the door and go! No driving to the gym. No membership. No expensive equipment.You did it! In about three short months you've gone from a non-walker to a runner. Now you may want to start entering some 5K or 10K races, or even a half- or full-marathon. You can definitely achieve any of your running goals. (MORE)
Running is a great way to maintain health and your ideal weight, but you cannot just start running and expect to immediately achieve the results that you want. There are sever…al steps that you need to take to prepare to add running to your fitness routine. Running seems simple, but there are many things to learn about it in order to maintain motivation for a new regime and stay free from injury. Reading through these tips will help you get started running on your way to a better you.You need to talk to a few people before you consider starting running. Talk to your doctor first. He or she will tell you if you are healthy enough to run and what you need to do before you should consider running. In addition to your doctor, friends and family members who run are great resources for tips and mistakes to avoid when running.Next you need to find the right equipment. You need to make an investment in running shoes: not tennis shoes, not walking shoes, not basketball shoes, but running shoes. Running shoes are designed for the sport of running. Any other type of shoe can lead to injuries because it is not designed for the force of running. Avoid buying shoes off the rack. Visit a specialty running store where you can have your feet measured, your arch height measured, and your foot motion (gait) analyzed so that you can get the perfect pair of running shoes for your feet. Friends and family are sure to have a lot of tips when it comes to running shoes, but you need to find what it best for you. You will also need to find clothes that are do not restrict your movements and wick moisture away from your body.After finding your equipment, you need to find time to run. Set a consistent time when you can run 3?4 times a week. The days you cannot run will be recovery days. You will need them, especially at the beginning when you experience soreness from muscles you have not used in a while.The best way to treat injuries is to avoid them altogether. Taking the time to warm up and stretch will help to avoid injuries such as shin splints. The importance of warming up and stretching cannot be stressed enough. Ensure you warm up before stretching, because stretching without warming up also leads to issues. Take a 10 minute walk or 10 minutes on a stationary bike to allow your muscles to loosen. Also, try to run on softer surfaces around 20 percent of the time to help soften the force experienced by your legs, especially your knees.Proper nutrition and hydration provide you the fuel to keep your motor going. Foods low on the glycemic index (GI) like whole grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables contain complex carbohydrates. They help regulate blood sugar and enter your system slowly, so you can avoid the sugar crash of simple carbohydrates. On average, you will lose about 6?8 ounces of water and electrolytes through sweat every 20 minutes. This can change depending on how hard you train and your weight. You should replace fluids with water and sports drinks while engaged in your activity to prevent dehydration. However, be careful not to over hydrate yourself, as this can lead to hyponatremia (an imbalance in the ratio of sodium to water in the body), a potentially fatal condition.These are just a few tips; you are bound to have other questions as you are starting running. Consult your favorite running store to find the right gear and prepare yourself through warm ups and stretching. Once you start running, you are going to notice healthful gains relating to other parts of your life. You will feel more energetic, and you will increase your overall endurance.Always challenge yourself. If running the same distance over and over is becoming too easy for you, it may be time to increase your mileage. (MORE)
Running is not only great for your health, but it is easy to start. You don't have to run a marathon to gain the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. You simply have to get out th…ere on a consistent basis. For those who are just starting out, the process can feel a little overwhelming. The steps below outline a simple process whereby anyone can start running, and take control of their fitness and health alike.Before you begin a running schedule, you need to go for one test run. For this run, you will record how long it takes you to go a certain distance as well as any other statistics that are important to your reason for running, such as weight or cholesterol level. This will give you something to compare your progress to after a few weeks into your running routine.Running is great for you, but it also puts a lot of strain on your joints. You should not run in regular shoes, and one of the best investments you can make is in a new pair of running shoes. Go to a store, talk to the sales people, and get them to help you find the right shoe for you. The easier it is to start running the more likely you are to stick to it in the long run.While you could just get out there and run until you can't run anymore, you can get a lot more of a workout and help ease yourself into greater progress by walking and running together. In other words, run for a certain time or distance and then walk for a certain time or distance. You can adjust the ratios between the two to represent how you are feeling, and this is a great method for getting yourself fit quick.Part of keeping yourself running is having a goal to work towards. Look at your initial times and distances and choose something you would realistically like to achieve within four weeks. Goals make it easier to continue, and you will be able to congratulate yourself along the way and once you reach your goal.For running to make a difference, you will need to find a place for it in your schedule. This may seem hard, but if you are willing to wake up a little earlier or go to bed a little later a few days a week, then there are no other sacrifices necessary to find the time for a quick run.The first week you want to take it easy on yourself. Run on occasion, but generally just walk whatever distance or for whatever time you are shooting for. This will prevent you from hurting yourself or stressing yourself too much. Additionally, keep in mind that any exercise is better than none.The second week you will want to put the run-walk method into full effect and try running for a minute or two and then walking for the same amount of time. Do this for as long as you feel comfortable, and you should find that you feel a very intense workout at times. Don't be afraid to back off and walk if you start to feel off or weird as sometimes the first day or two of this method can make for a tough transition.The third week you will still want to walk on occasion, but overall you will want to run as much as you can. This will be the same sort of pace you will want to set for yourself for the rest of your running routine. In general, try to run for a specific amount of time or distance and then walk for a minute or two if necessary to rest and do it all again.Stretching is one of the most important things to keep in mind, both from the beginning and throughout your running routine. You want to stretch both before and after you run in order to increase blood flow, ease your muscles into and out of the activity, and help prevent any sort of pulled muscle or injury down the line. Don't just stretch your legs either, but stretch the entire body. You can just as easily pull a muscle in your calf while running as you can in your back.After four weeks or so on the run-walk routine, run the same distance as you had at the beginning and record your time and other statistics. Compare what you are capable of now to what you could do at the beginning and congratulate yourself. Think how much more you can do in the future and use this motivation to keep you moving on your feet.Running is a great and easy way to exercise. All you need are some shoes and the determination to do it. For those who are just beginning, it helps to have a routine or plan to guide your efforts and help you avoid any setbacks or injuries. Once you get started, just make sure to pay homage to everything you have accomplished up until now. You will be able to get yourself on your feet more often, and you will be able to quantify everything that you accomplish.Running is great for you, but it also puts a lot of strain on your joints. You should not run in regular shoes, and one of the best investments you can make is in a new pair of running shoes. Go to a store, talk to the sales people, and get them to help you find the right shoe for you. The easier it is to start running the more likely you are to stick to it in the long run. (MORE)
The holidays are long over, the days are getting longer and you want to start running to improve your overall health and well-being. Or perhaps you are revisiting a new year's… resolution in the bottom half of the year. Running is a great choice because it's inexpensive (no gym fees or costly equipment), flexible (you get to do it anywhere you go) and affords countless physical and emotional benefits, including the famous "Runners High."Now that you want to start running, as a beginner you need to take a well-thought out and careful approach to your running. The key is to build up your strength and stamina gradually without undue strain or injury. A great starting point is three 20-minute sessions per week with a walking warm-up that gradually builds to the running pace, with a cool-down, run to walk at the end.The number one, absolutely critical tool you need is a good pair of running shoes. If you want to start and continue your running, you need to invest in good shoes regularly. Wearing poorly fitting or poor-quality running shoes causes significant injury, even resulting in an end to your running career. Also, for you ladies, you want to invest in a sports bra that offers solid support.Running every day doesn't give your body the break it needs to heal and strengthen. In fact, every other day is the ideal. On your off-days, consider swimming, biking or even walking. Yoga is another great idea to hone the mind-body connection you need as you build your running program.After you eat, hold off for at least an hour, minimum, before donning your running shoes and heading out the door. Eat lightly, and opt for foods that combine carbs and proteins such as a bagel with peanut butter or a Greek yogurt.Even for experienced runners, races are tough and require lots of training. To run in races is a great goal, but when your start running, keep to a plan and build up gradually.As someone who wants to start running, you are embarking upon an activity that is able to, as it has for so many, become a lifestyle. Be sure to stick to your start-up plan as well as get strong, sturdy shoes and you are starting out safely and surely for a sport that lasts your lifetime.If you have any health-related issues, you definitely need to check with your doctor before starting a running regimen. Indeed, even if you do not have any health problems, consulting your doctor before starting a new fitness program, including running, is always a wise decision. (MORE)
Running is one of those exercises that anyone can partake in just about anywhere. A good reason why you should pick up this exuberant activity is that it does not require spec…ial access to a gym or expensive specialized equipment. All that's required is a good pair of running shoes and motivation. A good number of beginner runners take up the sport in good spirit but later on fall out for a number of reasons that could have been avoided.An attainable goal with a strong reason behind it can strengthen a beginner runner's spirit, especially during those tough times. Running is really energy draining, and many opt to quit when the going gets tough. Those with a strong goal and a well thought out plan are more likely to stick to running than those without one.Running without some specific structure or program is not a good idea and could certainly be demotivating. Keeping a record or log of your progress helps you identify the areas you need to work on and helps you achieve your goal.Lots of beginner runners often find themselves running on sidewalks, particularly with the wrong type of shoes and running form. This is often an accident waiting to happen. Concrete is six times denser and more unforgiving than asphalt.Don't go from zero-to-hero in just a day. This is just a recipe for injury and demotivation. Build gradually, ensuring that your body gets accustomed to running and all the stresses that come with it.One common mistake that beginner runners make is failing to build up a proper base. They get over excited and want to take it to the limit. Doing this often leads to injury or loss of interest in running once they realize that their endurance levels are not up to par. Just like everything else, a running program should be eased into. Easing into a program gradually builds your endurance levels and speed.A good number of beginners simply finish their running workout and hit the shower. They fail to realize that their body needs to recover. Most of them often end up with aches and pains and often wonder why they cannot reach their full potential. To help your body recover from a run, it is important to do a cool down by either doing a slow jog, stretches, or a walk for about 5 minutes.Many beginner runners often fail to realize how important a good pair of running shoes are. Proper running shoes help protect your feet and body frame, ensuring that you get the best from your run. Improper running shoes could do more harm than good; you could end up permanently injuring your feet, ankles, or in some cases your back.Another big mistake that beginner runners often make is not having a predefined goal or plan. Not having a goal or plan can end up killing your morale since motivation is very important when running. Having a good goal and a proper plan in place can help you fight the temptation to quit when the going gets tough or when you begin to slacken.Running is a great activity to partake in, but a number of facts need not be overlooked. Taking the time to create a program, draw up a plan, and set a goal dramatically increases your chances of running success in the future. If you realize that you are making some mistakes in your runs, take the time to correct them. Finally, you should try your best to resist the urge to quit, especially after setting a goal.Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned runner, take the time to learn the basic elements that make up correct running form. Learning these elements will help you run more efficiently and effectively. (MORE)
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Running is one of the best forms of cardio workout. Before hitting the pavement, however, understand that all exercise has potential hazards. It is best to consult a medical p…rofessional before starting any exercise program, especially one that involves jumping straight to running.If you are completely out of practice on cardio exercises, it is a good idea to start with brisk "power" walking that borders right on the edge of actual running. To do this, take faster and longer strides while swinging your arms. This gets your blood flowing and increases your heart rate. Start with three to four power walks a week and then transition into running.Regardless of your fitness level, you need to warm up properly before jumping into your main training routine. A good warm up lets you progress smoothly into your workout without risk of injury. Cooling down after intense exercise also keeps the soreness down and helps you recover faster.One of the most common mistakes by beginners is going too fast on their first runs. Doing this is likely to actually delay your progress as you struggle with figuring out your ideal pace, breathing, and running form. As you transition from power walking, run slowly and establish a pace that is only slightly faster. Make note of your running form and stop occasionally, if necessary.Establishing a comfortable and sustainable pace is important as you add to your mileage. Running too fast burns all your energy too quickly, but running too slowly does not maximize your workout. Your ideal pace should make you feel exhilarated and not too exhausted or sore.Wear the right pair of running shoes for your type of foot strike and wear moisture wicking running clothes. These are your most important running gear investments. Do not splurge too much on other running accessories like fitness bands, heart rate monitors, and rehydration solutions.Make a detailed note of your runs. Include the number of miles you ran, the length of time you ran, any pain you felt while running, and anything else worth noting. Did you feel more tired than usual? Did lack of sleep make you sluggish? When you notice improvements, it is time to set new mileage or pace goals.It is not the running that makes your lungs and heart stronger. Running actually does some minor damage to your body. It is your body's ability to recover that makes it stronger, and the recovery process takes place when you rest in between runs. Make sure you get plenty of rest in between runs.When running becomes too comfortable and easy, your progress slows down and levels out. You can keep yourself from getting bored by shooting for new goals. Add miles to your run if you want to focus on distance running or increase your pace if your ultimate goal is faster running times. (MORE)