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#1: Re: Training Week Ending July 9, 2006

Posted on 2006-07-10 19:20:04 by steve common

Goal : have a go at running this week and bike some more.

Latest doc to look at my x-rays has found lots of cartilege around the
ankle which has turned into bony outcrops. Seems this has been there a
while but hadn't caused lasting grief til the sprain set it all off
complaining.


Mon-Sun 0:00 - Two calendar months off so far

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#2: Re: Training Week Ending July 9, 2006

Posted on 2006-07-10 21:14:00 by prace

steve common wrote:
> Goal : have a go at running this week and bike some more.
>
> Latest doc to look at my x-rays has found lots of cartilege around the
> ankle which has turned into bony outcrops. Seems this has been there a
> while but hadn't caused lasting grief til the sprain set it all off
> complaining.
>
>
> Mon-Sun 0:00 - Two calendar months off so far

At least you'll be well rested :(

Are you doing nay alternative exercise?

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#3: Re: Training Week Ending July 9, 2006

Posted on 2006-07-13 14:21:28 by steve common

Parker Race &lt;<a href="mailto:prace&#64;internal.int" target="_blank">prace&#64;internal.int</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;Are you doing nay alternative exercise?

Nope :-( I tried biking, but it kept waking up the inflammation. Even
just plain walking causes a mild pain at each step, at the place where the
bone fragment is, and on the corner of the ankle bone where the
calcification is worst, though it is slowing diminishing.

I think I'll go for a half-hour jog this weekend, as suggested by the
physiotherapist, just to see.

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#4: Re: Training Week Ending July 9, 2006

Posted on 2006-07-13 22:42:38 by Parker Race

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&gt; Parker Race &lt;<a href="mailto:prace&#64;internal.int" target="_blank">prace&#64;internal.int</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt;
&gt;&gt;Are you doing nay alternative exercise?
&gt;
&gt; Nope :-( I tried biking, but it kept waking up the inflammation. Even
&gt; just plain walking causes a mild pain at each step, at the place where the
&gt; bone fragment is, and on the corner of the ankle bone where the
&gt; calcification is worst, though it is slowing diminishing.
&gt;
&gt; I think I'll go for a half-hour jog this weekend, as suggested by the
&gt; physiotherapist, just to see.

How about swimming?
Not my first choice, but beter than nothing.

Good luck, I'd be fit to be tied..

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#5: Re: Training Week Ending July 9, 2006

Posted on 2006-07-14 01:47:04 by email_tonys

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&gt; &gt; Parker Race &lt;<a href="mailto:prace&#64;internal.int" target="_blank">prace&#64;internal.int</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;Are you doing nay alternative exercise?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Nope :-( I tried biking, but it kept waking up the inflammation. Even
&gt; &gt; just plain walking causes a mild pain at each step, at the place where
the
&gt; &gt; bone fragment is, and on the corner of the ankle bone where the
&gt; &gt; calcification is worst, though it is slowing diminishing.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; I think I'll go for a half-hour jog this weekend, as suggested by the
&gt; &gt; physiotherapist, just to see.
&gt;
&gt; How about swimming?
&gt; Not my first choice, but beter than nothing.
&gt;
&gt; Good luck, I'd be fit to be tied..

No kidding - I'd be out of my mind. Even slight alterations in my training
due to long run scheduling has me cranky. Tapers and recovery weeks are very
difficult also.

-Tony

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#6: Re: Training Week Ending July 9, 2006

Posted on 2006-07-14 19:33:50 by steve common

&quot;Parker Race&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:prace&#64;nycap.rr.com" target="_blank">prace&#64;nycap.rr.com</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;How about swimming?
&gt;Not my first choice, but beter than nothing.

Swimming... I love messing about in the water, swimming underwater etc but
I never learned to swim &quot;properly&quot;, so I can never get into a &quot;groove&quot;
when doing the crawl or breast stroke.

On top of that I just can't bide just swimming up and down the pool with
no purpose. Maybe if I could get into a groove, it'd be like running?

Then there's the piles of folk who are in all the proper pools at this
time of year (our house pool is only about 10m long and isn't
rectangular).

&gt;Good luck, I'd be fit to be tied..

I have been since about week 4. The first 3 were like a nice recovery from
the 3 hour race. Then I started to get twitchy and bouncing around off
walls and the ceiling. Since week 6, I've gone all lethargic and &quot;can't
give a shit&quot;-ish, with occasional bouts of madness (above and beyond what
I usually have :-) and forgetting stuff.

I may try biking again but it just isn't the same.

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