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Old 01-30-2014, 11:50 AM   #121  
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Silverbirch - I would suggest Fire Hydrants and Clamshells. You can also do the easy hip swing where you hold onto something and just swing one leg straight front and back slowly as far as is comfortable.
Jen, thank you very much for these suggestions. I tried the Clamshells out this morning at the gymn + the exercises that I'm already doing. It felt as though something was happening so that's good. ... And now my foot hurts madly. I think it's because I walked briskly to my early morning meeting and I'd done a mile by about 10am (before the gymn). My lower body doesn't like that kind of thing at the moment. (For heaven's sake!) So I'm continuing to work on it which is all you can do, isn't it? Short of amputation. Well, actually, I'm about to put them into a foot spa and rub them with wonderful cream. And then race out again to an evening meeting.
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Old 01-30-2014, 02:14 PM   #122  
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Jen, thank you very much for these suggestions. I tried the Clamshells out this morning at the gymn + the exercises that I'm already doing. It felt as though something was happening so that's good. ... And now my foot hurts madly. I think it's because I walked briskly to my early morning meeting and I'd done a mile by about 10am (before the gymn). My lower body doesn't like that kind of thing at the moment. (For heaven's sake!) So I'm continuing to work on it which is all you can do, isn't it? Short of amputation. Well, actually, I'm about to put them into a foot spa and rub them with wonderful cream. And then race out again to an evening meeting.
I always assuming if I feeling SOMETHING but it's not too much that it's working! Hope that is true for you!

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Old 01-30-2014, 06:29 PM   #123  
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January 30: P90X (2) Yoga (66 mins)
7 miles running treadmill - incline 2% (1:01:52)
30 Minutes foam rolling
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Old 01-31-2014, 06:13 PM   #124  
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Friday, January 31st:

30 minutes StairMaster, random intervals, dropped down to resistance of 4, which may be too easy.
60 minutes back & biceps routine
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January 31: 7 miles running treadmill incline 2% (1:03:57)
30 minutes foam rolling
p90X 3 Yoga (30 mins)


Running total January - 143.2 miles!

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Old 02-02-2014, 04:14 PM   #126  
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January 28: 105 minutes Bikram yoga

Totals:
31 workouts
3115 minutes
Jan. 29: 100 minutes bikram yoga

Jan. 30: 100 minutes bikram yoga

Jan. 31: 100 minutes bikram yoga

Totals for January! 34 workouts and 3415 minutes!
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Jan 31: Epic weights sesson at engineering college. Barbell deadlifts, KB sumo squats, DB bench press, bench dips, lat pulldowns, shoulder presses, Arnold presses.
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