- .@ I am both an amateur cyclist and writer. Your praise means a lot. Thank you.
- Today: 40m car commute. Work 4hrs. Sneak 30m strength in a park during lunch. Work 4hrs. 40m back home. 1h on the rollers.
- I might seem a little absent this week. I'm learning what the 8-5 daily grind does to training and tweeting. :(
- Solid first group ride of the season today. Good folks, decent weather, and 243w NP for 3h:20m.
- I start a new job on Monday. Hopefully things settle down but it might be kinda crazy for a bit...
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Today is 8 weeks after my clavicle fracture, and seven weeks since my surgery. My recovery was uncomplicated, and combined with a conservative return to activity I have healed quickly. Last week I went to my orthopedist for my six … Continue reading
Okay folks, I know you probably come here for stories and analysis by an elite racer. Going a week without any posts (longest drought ever?) and coming back to find another injury update may not be what you’re looking for. … Continue reading
Today is three full weeks after my ORIF procedure, and a month since fracture. I have been taking a conservative approach since I’m not intending to return to race form for four more months. I told the doctor that I … Continue reading
You’ve probably heard of PROs using a ‘Bone Stim’. They’re not available to everyone, but I was lucky enough to have a family friend that had a pesky foot bone that wouldn’t heal. Without even asking, they were nice enough … Continue reading
I saw my surgeon today for my one week followup after surgery. I’ve been feeling much better and have been off all meds for the past two days. I started to feel like my sling was unnecessary if I was … Continue reading
As I had mentioned earlier, I had never had surgery or general anesthetic before. A big part of what I’ve been experiencing the past week is mostly related to the surgery itself. The procedure I had is known as ORIF, … Continue reading
It was a little nerve wracking waiting almost two days to get an X-ray of my shoulder. At first I was certain of the diagnosis, but doubt and worry crept in over time. Luckily the X-ray showed the most common … Continue reading