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Desc:Crawling skin
Category:Horror, Nature & Places
Tags:muscles, leg, marathon, Cramp
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Spaceman Africa - 2013-03-25
these wounds they will not heal
The Mothership - 2013-03-25
So is this severe dehydration, or poor conditioning?
ashtar. - 2013-03-25
legs full of spiders

Jet Bin Fever - 2013-03-25
Its most likely a lack of Calcium, which causes the muscle to have involuntary spasms.

Lef - 2013-03-25
They comment that you don't see this every day, and that the feet are twitching too.
Sanest Man Alive - 2013-03-25
The word "muscle" comes from the Latin for "mouse", as the twitching and bulging of tissue under the skin resembled mice scuttling in a sack.
Gmork - 2013-03-25
You're full of it.

Jet Bin Fever - 2013-03-25
Did you see that on the Busey Zone too?

chumbucket - 2013-03-25
I know these so well. I had both legs do this after my last marathon. I recall screaming like a banshee.
Anaxagoras - 2013-03-25
When I had this happen to me, I thought it was the worst pain imaginable. A couple years later, I had it happen to my hamstrings. Turns out I was wrong... but I don't want to declare the hamstring cramps the worst imaginable for fear that life will see fit to prove me wrong again.
oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2013-03-25
memedumpster - 2013-03-25
My flu dehydration caused awful, horrible, agonizing leg cramps, so I can't bring myself to watch this video.

Gmork - 2013-03-25
This happens to my calves all the time. I have to stand straight up and down or jump up and down to stop it from getting to this point.
Chocolate Jesus - 2013-03-27
My leg does this because of a lower lumbar nerve root injury.
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