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I would say to monitor you food intake very closely and do whatever kind of exercise, if any, is allowable.
I like the staying busy idea also.
Live your life as though you are obligated to make the world a better place. Make a difference today.
I was off for a month last year due to a hip injury. I wrote a novel that month. I was so busy getting three hours writing in per day that it helped distract me from the fact I wasn't running! Try to find a project that involves considerable time and patience and this will make things a bit easier. Maybe its something you always meant to do but didn't have time. Use the time you would run and allot it towards this instead. And of course it should be something that allows your body to heal.
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I am recovering from a non running related surgery. I can not run for a month! I would like to hear any tips of how any of you have managed your weight or weight loss when "grounded" from exercise. I want to be as lean as possible for my fall marathon especially since I will be missing 1 month of training. Any thoughts, comments, or encouragement appreciated!
"Older, Lighter, Faster"
Masters PRs: I am 49
5K 23:13 (7:28)
10K 48:50 (7:53)
Half-Marathon 1:49 (8:19)
Marathon 3:57 (9:04)