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Poster: Be Careful
Subject: RE: Anyone ever made a comeback after something serious?
Take it for what it is worth, but my advice is threefold:
1. Do not "train" until you get to certain levels of health. As others have pointed out, you are walking a very fine line between desire to achieve (a very good thing) and risk of permanent damage. Just enjoy a fast walk, go for a swim, get on a bike and enjoy yourself.
2. I can not stress enough the power of nutrition. I don't want to come across as too "crunchy" as I used to be the prototypical "if the fire is hot enough it will burn anything" runner. I was wrong. The power of good food is truly significant. Green tea, fresh fruit, lean protein, omega's (fish, seeds, etc) will make you feel better and keep your body primed for when you do make your comeback.
3. You WILL get back to where you want to be, regardless of the time it takes you to get there. While the difference between 3 months or 6 months or a year is large now, when you look back it will seem like nothing. Be patient, work back slowly and you will reach your goals
All the best to you!
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