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Old 01-07-07, 05:41 PM   #26
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I should have thought to ask you, Tom.

I don't know. No X-Rays (I hate my doctor). Here's my post on it in another thread. At first I thought a severe contusion to the pectoralis...but, swelling has subsided, and I can now palpate the specific area. Hard to tell if inter-rib or rib hurts more. Plus, it hurts across at least 3 ribs, about 1-inch above the nipple-line to 6-inches above.

Never, ever had sore ribs from anything.
Either way, it's the same treatment.....time and take it easy, especially with lifting! Actually, a cracked rib hurts LESS! That could go either way. symptom wise. Any grinding feel if you cough? Keep a close eye on it and if pain worsens or you experience difficulty breathing get thee hence to the ER!

Take it easy for a while, like I said!
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49.75 Miles for Cheese' and I. All trainer time, but hey, March is only a few months away now!
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Last call for Spinner Miles, post will go up after class tomorrow!
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Ouch! Is the rib actually cracked or did you strain the intercostal muscles.....feels exactly the same.
Having suffered through 2 cracked and 1 broken rib, if moving your pinky toe hurts, it's cracked, otherwise it's just a flesh wound. A little monty python for you this evening.
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A miserable 7.14 miles last week. The good news is that this week is shaping up to be good, as I already have quite a bit more than that this week.
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Gotcha!By the way, y'all need to drop by my blog! Go to the Blogspot mirror, http://theamazingshrinkingman.blogspot.com. Click the video there! Let me know what you think!
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Still missing some mileage reports! I put up the post in an hour!
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Here are are the Jan 6, 2007 results. We had a few no reports, but stuff happens!

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It's time for the miles again, folks!
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171 for the week ending 1/14.
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It's time for the miles again, folks!
123 miles this week, bad rib 'n' all most of it commuting to work 4 times (30 miles each day).

Was going to ride on Saturday AM, but too cold ('n I'm too lazy)
Then going to ride on Sunday afternoon, but even colder than yesterday ('n I'm still feeling lazy). Water pipe out back broke, couldn't get a shower 'cause the cold line was blocked w/ice. (In Cali...they leave their water lines outside--go figure. Me? I'm from frozen northern New York. Water lines are well protected there.)

Doesn't help to have to ride my old C-dale Black LIghtning--hurts the lower back. My carbon fiber Kuota is without a rear wheel (spoke pull-through ). I'm waiting for a new one. Probably another 2-weeks while it gets shipped from Mavic in Boston and then built once out here (southern Cal.)

Warmer weather, my cf bike back, should get my miles up to 175-200 or so. It better.
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123 miles this week, bad rib 'n' all most of it commuting to work 4 times (30 miles each day).

Was going to ride on Saturday AM, but too cold ('n I'm too lazy)
Then going to ride on Sunday afternoon, but even colder than yesterday ('n I'm still feeling lazy). Water pipe out back broke, couldn't get a shower 'cause the cold line was blocked w/ice. (In Cali...they leave their water lines outside--go figure. Me? I'm from frozen northern New York. Water lines are well protected there.)

Doesn't help to have to ride my old C-dale Black LIghtning--hurts the lower back. My carbon fiber Kuota is without a rear wheel (spoke pull-through ). I'm waiting for a new one. Probably another 2-weeks while it gets shipped from Mavic in Boston and then built once out here (southern Cal.)

Warmer weather, my cf bike back, should get my miles up to 175-200 or so. It better.
123 ain't bad!
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171 Man your killing me. I did good to get 123 in this week. I working on getting to that kind of milage, but will definitly have to get some speed increase to do it.
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171 Man your killing me. I did good to get 123 in this week. I working on getting to that kind of milage, but will definitly have to get some speed increase to do it.
Heh, next week will be less, but that's because I'm running a 15k (9.3 mile race) on Saturday and won't be riding that day. But don't worry, you'll get there soon enough! And the weather in Florida has beeeeeeen GREAT!

In all honesty though, I usually ride two long club rides on the weekends and either one or two other rides during the week. Schedule is usually Monday night trainer (90 minutes), Tuesday run (4-5 miles), Wednesday 20-30 miles, Thursday run (6-7 miles), Friday off, Saturday & Sunday club rides. I also try to do upper body weights on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It might seem like a lot, but I'm not the only one racking up the miles each week - check out ArcticJill, I'm not sure who she is or where she's from, but her mileage is right up there with mine week after week.

BTW, 130 of those miles were yesterday and today. We're doing another metric tomorrow as well since it's MLK weekend and none of us are working tomorrow. Thus upcoming week will probably include two off days (W/F) because of the 15k race on Saturday and my legs will be fried by the end of tomorrow .
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So, this week was better than last week... MacWorld and CES screwed me up.

53.24 miles.
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53.24 miles.
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Schedule is usually Monday night trainer (90 minutes), Tuesday run (4-5 miles), Wednesday 20-30 miles, Thursday run (6-7 miles), Friday off, Saturday & Sunday club rides. I also try to do upper body weights on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

It might seem like a lot, but I'm not the only one racking up the miles each week - check out ArcticJill, I'm not sure who she is or where she's from, but her mileage is right up there with mine week after week.
Yea, your right, she is killing too. I've only started this in June and I am trying to make this a huge year. I thought I did pretty good last year, but I got sloppy in November but made up for it in December. I analyzed all my data from the year and I have a plan and a spreadsheet to map it all out. I sat here tonight working on all the formula's for all sorts crap to hit my goal, weekly, daily and monthly. I figure it will just be another driver to get me some more saddle time. I imagine that you must be close to leaving the clyde zone with your exercize schedule. Well anyway, have a nice night and take a rest day will ya ArticJill as well.
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Heh, next week will be less, but that's because I'm running a 15k (9.3 mile race) on Saturday and won't be riding that day. But don't worry, you'll get there soon enough! And the weather in Florida has beeeeeeen GREAT!

In all honesty though, I usually ride two long club rides on the weekends and either one or two other rides during the week. Schedule is usually Monday night trainer (90 minutes), Tuesday run (4-5 miles), Wednesday 20-30 miles, Thursday run (6-7 miles), Friday off, Saturday & Sunday club rides. I also try to do upper body weights on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It might seem like a lot, but I'm not the only one racking up the miles each week - check out ArcticJill, I'm not sure who she is or where she's from, but her mileage is right up there with mine week after week.

BTW, 130 of those miles were yesterday and today. We're doing another metric tomorrow as well since it's MLK weekend and none of us are working tomorrow. Thus upcoming week will probably include two off days (W/F) because of the 15k race on Saturday and my legs will be fried by the end of tomorrow .
Arctic Jill is up in Juneau, Alaska. She's currently training for the Susitna 100. It's an arctic endurance race on a section of the Iditarod trail. Here's a link to her blog:
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Jill is a heck of a gal, by the way and one of my favorite bloggers!
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Arctic Jill is up in Juneau, Alaska. She's currently training for the Susitna 100. It's an arctic endurance race on a section of the Iditarod trail. Here's a link to her blog:
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Jill is a heck of a gal, by the way and one of my favorite bloggers!
Looking at her blog, I see these images..



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and I think to myself, "I'm a wuss for only doing this in the nice warm Florida weather."

Wow, she's impressive! The writing style of the blog's pretty good too!
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