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ANNA_WIND Posts: 9
1/17/10 12:16 P

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Just start building it up is probably the best way to go. Don't overdo it; this will only cause more injuries. Recovering your old fitness level tends to take about as much time as you had off.

Also, Rugby! that's cool (I started last fall). What position do you play?

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11/15/09 9:42 A

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i hope that you have done the things you wanted to accomplish as far and getting back on track and where you want to be. best of luck

anything worth having is worth fighting for and drive is what takes you to the finish line.


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RASPBERRYRED615 Posts: 747
1/18/09 3:08 P

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Thanks for the helpful link. I'm using it right now, as its less intimidating than just hoping on the tredmill and forcing myself to run a certain distance before I'm really ready (physically and mentally)

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ELYSE05's Photo ELYSE05 Posts: 37
1/18/09 12:06 P

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I love group exercise classes. They really help with the motivation and rounding out your fitness program. You can't just stop when everyone else is trying their best around you. peer pressure is good in this case :)



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1/11/09 9:32 P

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This plan has helped me come back to running several times from a period of inactivity. It's the best! You can tack extra time on to the 20-30 min time span if you want. Have fun!
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RASPBERRYRED615 Posts: 747
1/11/09 11:54 A

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Hey everyone. Back in the fall I was in really good shape. By Mid August I was running up to 4 miles a day, so when I started my first rugby season I was in pretty good shape. However, I got the flu for about 2.5-3 weeks, which did a fair amount of damage to the fitness I'd obtained. Then about 2 weeks after I got better I got hit by a car (nothing was broken, but the bumper hit me right on the top of the calf and the knee, so running wasn't an option for like 3 weeks)
So...my spring season starts in about 1.5 months, and I'm wondering if anyone can help me regain my fitness? Any tips?
Thanks so much

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