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Fast Break in March

Monday, March 01, 2010

emoticonHappy March!

I'm getting refocused. I've decided to get back to basics this March.

emoticon8 glasses of water...check
emoticon fruits and veggies...check
emoticon30 minutes of cardio...check

I had twisted my ankle last Friday so I was worried that it would have me on the couch for a week or so. Over the weekend, I wore my immobilizer boot (keeps your ankle from bending or twisting) that I had from a previous ankle injury. Keeping the ankle still seemed to help a ton. So today I decided to ride the stationary bike (thinking that it may help not having my full body weight on the ankle, like it would if I went for a long walk). So far so good. Hurray.

Thanks for reading my blog and wishing you all a healthy week!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CELTICMOTOCAT 3/10/2010 11:11PM

    hope your ankle is doing better. Twisting it is so easy on the ice and melting snow.

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SPEECHIED 3/7/2010 10:51AM

    Hey Max! Good luck on the Fast Break! I need to do the same thing, and get back to some basics! Glad to hear your ankle is not holding you back.
Take care, and here's to a healthy March! emoticon

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WILDRICE99 3/2/2010 8:59PM

    Stationary bike is perfect for a bum ankle. I'm so happy you have an alternative form of exercise. Keep up the good work!

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RUNNER4LIFE08 3/2/2010 10:07AM

    emoticon Max!

I love the beginning of new months. It is a great time to reflect on your previous month and also a great time to make goals / changes.

I am glad to hear that your ankle is feeling better. Cycling is a great option and also a good workout!

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CBILODEAU6 3/1/2010 10:15PM

  emoticon for your ankle!
emoticon good luck in march!

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