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    Quote Originally Posted by zpooch View Post
    Been resting the knee with a few ski days thrown in mix because it's winter, and I can't just not ski haha I went for a short jog last night and it felt terrible. I think I am going to have to reschedule my MRI that I canceled....
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    Quote Originally Posted by zpooch View Post
    Been resting the knee with a few ski days thrown in mix because it's winter, and I can't just not ski haha I went for a short jog last night and it felt terrible. I think I am going to have to reschedule my MRI that I canceled....
    Keep us posted. Leg (knee) injuries and skiing are a bad combination. Be careful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zpooch View Post
    Been resting the knee with a few ski days thrown in mix because it's winter, and I can't just not ski haha I went for a short jog last night and it felt terrible. I think I am going to have to reschedule my MRI that I canceled....
    Go get that thing taken care of. I had mine scoped when I was in college and it still going strong in spite of my best attempts playing hockey, horrible packouts, etc. to test it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    Keep us posted. Leg (knee) injuries and skiing are a bad combination. Be careful.
    Yeah I fully know this and kinda figure I can't make it too much worse. Oddly enough it has felt much better after skiing than it did after a 1.5 mile jog. And I ski pretty hard and aggressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zpooch View Post
    Yeah I fully know this and kinda figure I can't make it too much worse. Oddly enough it has felt much better after skiing than it did after a 1.5 mile jog. And I ski pretty hard and aggressive.
    It's pretty ironic to me how good running is for your heart, but how high impact it can be on the rest of your body.
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    I have found that I gravitate towards other ways to get my heart rate up the older I get. Running is just becoming too hard on my joints. Brisk hikes with weight on my back get my rate up almost the same. 12 minute miles aren't fast but seem to be working good for my body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltop View Post
    I have found that I gravitate towards other ways to get my heart rate up the older I get. Running is just becoming too hard on my joints. Brisk hikes with weight on my back get my rate up almost the same. 12 minute miles aren't fast but seem to be working good for my body.

    My knees won't take the running either. Going to start rucking. Thinking about doing a go ruck event sometime. Flipping my big tire gets my heart rate going too. Especially when I do some sledge hammer swings on it too

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    By far the most enjoyable way for me to work the cardio is mountain biking. I get to go fast and jump things but I still have to work to get to the top of mountain

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    Lifted for first time in a while for 40 mins i do my best to have not much idol time during my lifting

    Leg extension 3x15. 50lbs
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