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4/4/11 12:12 P

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Have you had your knee checked out by a professional? Knees are tricky. You need to be sure you have the correct diagnosis.


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4/4/11 10:12 A

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Hi welcome to the team! Swimming is a great workout when you are recoverying from an injury. You could also do running in the water which is what I did last year when I tore my hamstring.


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4/4/11 9:37 A

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I am a Newbie here but I have a sprained knee anyone know what I can do workout wise without using my legs for my core training???????

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