Another comeback.

Discussion in 'Health Nutrition and Supplements' started by bulaboy, Dec 23, 2017.

  1. bulaboy

    bulaboy New Member

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    Didn't get a lot of miles on the bike this year. Had ankle fusion surgery at the beginning of November. Haven't been able to do too much w/the leg so far. Getting kinda bummed watching the atrophy. I'm 65 years of age and I am anxious to get back into training. Hopefully I can begin trainer wo's in the next couple of weeks. Any of you been through something similar? It feels like I will be starting over. Been doing upper body stuff as well as core work, adduction, abduction, leg raises, isometrics for quads and glutes, but no way is it enough. As I get older I lose fitness faster and get it back slower. Been in similar situations before, but I was a lot younger. Gonna try to enjoy the journey.
     
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  2. Corzhens

    Corzhens Well-Known Member

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    We're on the same boat. I had a sabbatical from riding because of the mouse that appears on my right leg when I am riding for long. It's a bulging muscle that the doctors couldn't say anything except swollen due to fatigue. I have a planned ride this coming weekend and I'm pretty excited and anxious because I hate to see that mouse appearing on my leg again. The venue is the hilly ranch of my niece so the mountain bike will probably serve its purpose. I just cannot say the same for my leg. But this upcoming ride is not for the physical aspect but more for my self confidence.
     
  3. treecko142

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    I'm still young but I just started biking again this 2018 after more than a year of absence, and it was challenging to get back into fitness at the start. Hopefully, you'll regain your previous form and keep riding while you still can!
     
  4. Kakashi

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    I've been really active a 2 decades ago then stopped for 5 years, I only started biking regularly last year but only short runs, I'm still building up my stamina again. My daily ride consists of a 30 minute ride, and on weekends about 2 hours in the country side or just in the park.
     
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