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Day 14/100 - Listening to my PT


Sunday, February 12, 2012

Unfortunately that's physical therapist, not personal trainer.

Pelvic lifts is what he prescribed, and you bet I'm doing them. Really helps alleviate the pain. It's temporary, but I take it.



Since my injured area does not seem affected when doing pushups and pull ups, I am continuing those.

Water went well today, that's a 14-day streak so far :)

I just read a Sparkfriend's '900 days on Spark' blog and that made me curious how many days I've been on SP, so I counted. Today is day 1805! Wow, that's a big number :) Coming up on 5 years.

Made some great friends, learned a lot.

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KNITTABLES 2/13/2012 1:47AM

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IUHRYTR 2/12/2012 9:14PM

    More progress. Yea! Step by step you will get better. Hope the pain lessens. -- Lou

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CARTOONB 2/12/2012 8:30PM

    I read the same blog and did the same thing! LOL! I'm only coming up on four years though.

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JULABELLE 2/12/2012 6:57PM

    Glad the pelvic lifts are helping you feel better. Congratulations on your 5 years and everything you have accomplished. You have made some wonderful friends - shows how wonderful you yourself are!


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BOVEY63 2/12/2012 1:29PM

    Happy to hear the lifts are helping to ease the pain. Great job on the exercise and eating!

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MARLINDA5 2/12/2012 12:41PM

    I will do the pelvic lifts for my back also - hopefully that will help my back also.

Glad you are feeling a little better.

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 2/12/2012 9:20AM

    You're right! That IS a big number! And I made a great friend when I found YOU! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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REDSHOES2011 2/12/2012 3:26AM

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A physiotherapist has more education on the body than a trainer they can go in and prescribe exercises a trainer can not..
The doctor repairs stuff the physiotherapists take over and do the actual grind work to rehab people.. Trainers don't have the education to work with doctors or ask for files to patients to see what the doctor has done..
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