Biding my time

After last weekend’s assault on the body, I’ve been taking several days off to let things heal

Foot xray

Foot xray

up and not be sore.  As much as I like pushing it, “pushing” though the pain is usually the best way to get really hurt.  It seems like the manly thing to do but that man ends up seeing a doctor.

As it was, I went to visit the doc to make nothing was seriously wrong with my foot.  My biggest concern was a break or crack.  The soy milk and leafy greens diet has still paid off – nothing significant injured!

So, it’s just a few days off, some ice and then heat.  It’s the standard stuff.  One thing I’m making sure to do is alphabets with both ankles.  The technique to use is pretend you have a pencil held with your toes.  Now pretend to scratch out the entire alphabet with your foot.  As big as you can make it.

You will be amazed how quick your ankle and foot will tire from this activity.  It’s that and doing the towel scrunches.

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