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  • v MARCYNA
    Thanks, Dom, luckily I have a bench at home & I'm using it emoticon emoticon
    2090 days ago
  • v MARCYNA
    Love your blog, it looks impressively professional- hope you won't mind, added you as a friend emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2091 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/4/2010 3:36:22 AM
  • v PWINCESSEMILY
    haha, I don't hate you for saying that. Its all relative, right? (plus, a few more muscular men in the world is not a bad thing!)

    Asking me for something I have cooked recently makes me feel guilty. I haven't cooked an awful lot since this time last week. I have been living off the stock I had in the freezer (I batch cook and freeze). No excuse - its not like I've been busy or anything!

    Next time I cook I'll pass the recipe over. It shouldn't be too long. Am going up to my mum's tomorrow, and she always demands I make her stuff because she isn't particularly good in the kitchen (I don't know how I didn't starve as a child)
    2097 days ago
  • v KEMMY2008
    Hi Fitness4london. Thanks alot for the words of encouragement!
    2102 days ago
  • v MRSUKYANKEE
    Hiya...thanks for the comment on my page. Regarding my ACL recovery. I was 35 and got cadaver tissue instead of using my own. I was able to straighten my leg immediately, so only had to work on bending and strengthening. I was able to walk quite quickly, but decided to give myself 9 months before going back to sport. I worked heavily on balance, lifting to develop the muscles evenly around my knee and speed walking. Because of that, I never had to use a brace at any point to play sports. I did have a lot of pain with running, so decided to not do that and stuck to walking, some sprinting and bike riding for cardio. Now, 8-1/2 years later, I have started the c25k program and am having no problems and my knee feels fine with anything else I choose to do. I know people who tried to push themselves too hard after 6 months and had to redo their knee surgery or have problems now...I tell all the kids I know who are getting surgery to take their time - better to put off sport for a bit longer than they'd like and have full use of their knee for a lot longer!
    2106 days ago
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