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Indoor rowing (ergometer) might be another option to explore with your medical advisor.


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Hey alright just yesterday I had the same problem train karate and hurt myself acouple of times , so I thought maybe become stronger I started doing mauythai a few weeks back (about 1-2) anyway my instructor told me to front kick the pads ( this mauythai pad was hard) anyway soon as I front kicked it incorrectly it hurt like hell but I still trained it hurts ...


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Given the limitations the questioner encounters, a simple solution would be to either to hit the heavy bag for half an hour a day, or sit and perform lightweight dumbell exercises going through the entire range of possible joints and muscles, also for half an hour. Keep up a steady pace, elevate the heart rate, and keep going for the full 30 mins. In my many ...


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I've been sidelined with achilles tendinitis for 8 months now. I can't run or bike either; the only thing I can do is swim. Swimming has worked well for me; I highly recommend it. You won't mess up your achilles further but you'll retain cardio fitness. Any stroke works, and swimming is gentle enough that you can do it for hours if you want. A word of ...


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A very good cardio activity that does not induce any shock in your body (like running) is swimming. You said you have access to a pool (although limited), I advise you to go swimming as much as you can, and alternate swim types (crawl, butterfly, etc) That being said, if you already have good cardio, you won't "lose" it after two weeks rest! And after these ...



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