SIMPLYANGEL2U
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No matter how slow or how fast I move towards that goal, I'm getting there. One step at a time!




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No matter how slow or how fast I move towards that goal, I'm getting there. One step at a time!


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  • v JEWEL7508
    You lost 5 lbs and didn't tell me! I'm so proud of you!!!
    1316 days ago
  • v EEPERJESI
    Thanks for your comment! It's nice to hear that someone understands how I feel... Thanks for the support :)
    1691 days ago
  • v JEWEL7508
    So proud to see you back! And you are doing AMAZING at the gym...thanks for Sparking my motivation. Love ya!
    1698 days ago
  • v CASSIOEPIA
    For my PF, I did all the traditional stuff:
    - rolled the arch on a frozen water bottle
    - stretched
    - tried to stay off using it (as if that's possible)

    I did the expensive stuff:
    - physical therapy
    - orthotics
    - new shoes every three months
    - used the Strassbourg Sock at night

    The SSock probably helped me the most with pain management, and I found relief the first night I wore it. But I still had pain all day long, just not the "stepping on broken glass" kind of pain first thing in the morning.

    I can't say that any one thing helped me to run again, except that PF had to run it's course until it was done. I was mostly off running for eighteen months, and for four of those months, I was even off walking, plus for two months I did absolutely no cardio or strength training.

    Frustrating is the right word to describe this condition. I hope yours does not last this long. I have learned a very valuable lesson though, on pushing through workouts when you first feel pain. I don't think I'll ever make that mistake again.

    Take care.
    Judi
    1805 days ago
  • v SEEKINGMYPATH
    HI! Just wanted to thank-you for stopping by my page earlier in the month and welcoming me to Spark. Somehow I overlooked your post.
    I love the support I get on Spark...it truly was a good move! Stop by my page anytime to say "hi." Spark on and...Happy Canada Day!
    1884 days ago
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