How to get back on the bike after your injured calf injury
I was in a very bad position when I went into the hospital last month and the doctor gave me the dreaded advice to take a rest.
It sounded like a good idea, I thought.
I was thinking I was probably better off lying down and waiting to get a chance to recover.
Then, one day a couple of weeks later, I got a phone call.
The doctor told me my calf was injured and I needed to rest.
“It was awful,” I said.
“I thought I’d never walk again.
And I don’t know what else to do.”
I’d been in a lot of pain before the injury and had lost a lot over the years.
So, I was not sure how I was going to heal.
But as soon as I saw that my calf had broken, I knew I’d made the right decision.
My injury was not something I could do much about.
Now, I have the best possible chance of getting back on to the bike.
Luckily, I can use a knee brace and I’ve got the support of a physiotherapist.
As a result, I’m in a much better position to get the best treatment for my calf and regain some movement.
If I’m going to walk again, I’ll be on the ground and not be sitting on my feet.
This is what I call the “Calf Rest Protocol”.
I’ll walk, then I’ll rest, then repeat.
Each day is an opportunity to recover, but not in a way that will allow you to recover in a week.
Your recovery is based on the number of days you have in the hospital.
You’ll need to get into a cycle of walking for 12 weeks, then sitting for 14 weeks.
These are the numbers that are used to determine when you should get back to the gym.
For me, the cycle began with walking on a daily basis for 12 months.
That’s what I did for about 10 weeks.
I then followed up with walking for 14 days a week for a total of 10 weeks, and then sitting.
To determine if I’d be able to get on to a cycle, I weighed myself every day for a week and recorded how much weight I had.
After I’d finished that, I measured how much energy I had and then recorded how long I sat down for.
When I was sitting, I’d do a few minutes of sit-ups every day and do a short walk every day.
On the weekends, I would do the same exercise but with less resistance.
Once I got back on my bike, I did more walking, sit-downs and walks, and I went on a cycle every day, with about six to seven weeks of recovery.
In the end, I could walk for around five to seven hours a day, which would have been an average of 15 minutes per day for the previous 12 months if I were doing the same thing I’d done before.
Since I was a very fit person, I didn’t really feel the pain at first.
At first, it was like it was nothing.
But then I started noticing that it got worse, and it was just as bad as the previous days.
We were also doing a lot more sit-up and walking, which I’d been doing for a couple years.
I had to sit down for a few weeks after my first injury and that didn’t help.
Fortunately, it had helped me get back in the saddle and had helped to slow the healing process.
What can you do to recover after a knee injury?
It’s important to be proactive, to take the time to get involved in your rehab.
There are a lot people who can help you recover and get back into the game, and some who can’t.
People need to take care of themselves first and they should be careful about what they eat, drink and exercise.
Be mindful of what you eat and exercise for and how much time you spend sitting down.
Dr. Scott and I both have an injury to our knees, so we can’t always take care when we get to the hospital or the doctor’s office.
However, it’s important for us to take time out to do these things.
They’re just as important as taking care of yourself.
Sometimes you have to go on the road to get better.
Don’t be discouraged if you’re not able to do all of these things as quickly.
Just do what you can.
Stay on top of the injury.
Get a good massage.
Keep the rehab up and active.
Try to go back to sports.
Use your phone to get regular exercise.
Be aware of the symptoms and how you feel.
Recovery is just