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All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow
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Took a bad step leaving the office in my high-heeled boots and tweaked my knee. Seriously?... SERIOUSLY???!!

Sorry, just had to vent.

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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Sorry to hear that. That truly sucks. I did have to laugh at your subject line though - "Fashion strikes a blow".

Hope you heal up quick!

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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Oh no! Get better soon.

maybe she's born with it, maybe it's chlorine
If you're injured and need some sympathy, PM me and I'm very happy to write back.
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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [RockyMtnChic] [ In reply to ]
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Thanks for the good vibes, ladies. I think it's minor, just going to take it easy for a bit. Well... maybe a "light" bike ride tomorrow. ;)

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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This is why I don't wear any heels other than stacked heels. I know my personal limitations.

I hope you heal up quick!

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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Sorry to hear that! When my legs are tired, I find that I'm really clumsy. Recently I tripped on the uneven sidewalk while wearing flat Keds and pitched forward and narrowly missed falling on my face. I've been running too much.
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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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I feel your pain, though mine is entirely self-inflicted.

Friday night, down visiting friends - have a few drinks and decide to see if I can still grab my foot and raise it up over shoulder-height as I stand on the other leg (it was relevant at the time, I swear!). Just completing the extension and feel a pop out of my hamstring, which has been sore since; I can barely reach down and tie my shoes.

I haz teh dumb.

Feel better soon!

Cheers!

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [mistressk] [ In reply to ]
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"Ill advised" indeed! ;)
I wonder if going out for a ride in light snow flurries this afternoon counts as icing it?

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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Sorry to hear this! Wish you soonest recover!
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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [Sara777] [ In reply to ]
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Thanks, I'm all fixed up now. Even daring to wear my high boots again. What can I say, I'm a slow learner. :)

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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Mine this morning: flipped head forward to help gather hair for a ponytail. Tweaked trapezius muscle. AAAAH!

maybe she's born with it, maybe it's chlorine
If you're injured and need some sympathy, PM me and I'm very happy to write back.
disclaimer: PhD not MD
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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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I managed to do something awful to my rhomboid, leaning into a giant aquarium tank on Saturday to pet some bonnethead sharks and rays. Left shoulder is still all jacked up, and I'm still having issues with that damned hamstring.

I should stop doing things.

Cheers!

-mistress k

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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Well at least it's all of us?? I've got a recurring random shoulder/neck nerve/muscle issue that just shows up stupidly. Like breathing during a warm-up while swimming or about 8mo later while listening to the coach describe the set. Just a fiery tweak & then the pain just creeps up until it's gnarly. No turning the head to the right without some quality effort. Takes a scream-inducing massage to get it to lighten up. Going on two weeks now & it's still not all the way gone....

Spent the morning with a hip eval. Trochanteric bursitis is hanging around. Seems my left hip just isn't a happy place anymore.

Seems like my friends & I hit 33 & now we're just falling to bits...knee surgeries, wrist surgeries, neck & hip issues & shoulders that just creak. I miss the invincible 20s...

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [AWARE] [ In reply to ]
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Wait until you hit the 50s....

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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [Tri3] [ In reply to ]
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I might not have any of my own joints by then.....bionic seems like it could be beneficial for longevity?

AW
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Re: All season injury free -- and then fashion strikes a blow [surroundhound] [ In reply to ]
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surroundhound wrote:
Took a bad step leaving the office in my high-heeled boots and tweaked my knee. Seriously?... SERIOUSLY???!!

Sorry, just had to vent.

I personally avoid to use high-heeled boots of sandals.It causes severe foot and back pain,you can even face difficulty in walking.Continuous use of heels cause leg sprain and Patellar Tendonitis problem also.
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