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A graph to be proud of? (Read 1155 times)

    Day One

     

    So, it doesn't look like much, but it represents maybe the hardest thing I've done since being here - NOT running for six weeks, while in rehab for posterior tibial tendonitis.  Today was the day to resume, very slowly and carefully.  It felt good.  Now the hard thing is keeping the pace and distances very low for a while.

    Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

    jimmyb


    port-a-bella-potty

      Beautiful. The graph of recovery.

      Hope you recover your fitness quickly.

      Stay healthy! Cool

      --JImmy

      Log    PRs


      Maggie & Molly

        I think it looks incredible.  Congrats on healing and recovering!!!!!!!

         "It does not matter how slow you go so long as you do not stop."
        Wisdom of Confucius

        HF 4363

          EXCELLENT -- Mine looke very much like that one only a few months ago........

           

          I'm sure there will be a few more entries in no time at allll.....

          Champions are made when no one is watching

            My bars are all thin compared to the robust bar you have. Bigger is better right?

             

            The pain that hurts the worse is the imagined pain. One of the most difficult arts of racing is learning to ignore the imagined pain and just live with the present pain (which is always bearable.) - Jeff

             

            2014 Goals:

             

            Stay healthy

            Enjoy life

             

              My bars are all thin compared to the robust bar you have. Bigger is better right?

               

              Robust it is. Smile

              Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                My goal is to sometime soon have the same type of bar that you have. Congratulations on the return!

                Kerry

                HF #1048

                Concept2 - Marathons Rowed April & May 2013

                 

                 

                 

                 

                 


                Needs more cowbell!

                  It's a sturdy bar.  Just  think, all those tall, skinny bars are at greater risk of simply toppling over.  Your bar has a nice, stable base and aerodynamic corners.  Your bar ain't goin' nowhere! Big grin

                  I shoot pretty things! ~

                  '14 Goals:

                  • 6 duathlons (1 Olympic distance)

                  • 130#s (and stay there, gotdammit!)

                    Progress:

                    Four Bars

                    The bars are perhaps less robust, but I'm feeling better.  Not yet 100%, but more optimistic.  Thanks, guys, for your encouragement! Smile

                    Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                      Note the canyon in this graph:

                       

                      Successful Plantar Fasciitis Recovery

                       

                      A few years ago, I had plantar fasciitis really, really bad with several months of almost nothingness.

                       

                      It took a few *years* to recover, but now I'm pretty much symptom free!

                        Note the canyon in this graph:

                         

                        Successful Plantar Fasciitis Recovery

                         

                        A few years ago, I had plantar fasciitis really, really bad with several months of almost nothingness.

                         

                        It took a few *years* to recover, but now I'm pretty much symptom free!

                         

                        Wow, that's a four month canyon, and you say that's not all, by any means.  Remind me not to get what you've had.  Mine could obviously be a lot worse.  Best of luck to you, Kenotic!

                        Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.