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    Training with a fractured foot.

    Hey guys,

    So I had fractured my foot a month ago but military docs suck and I was just treated for it Wednesday and now Iím in a boot. They said I made it worse because I was still running on it and walking around and working out legs and shit (I didnít know it was fractured because the pain went away after the 1st week 1/2) but itís fractured in 3 different spots.

    i can train all the upper body i Want they said just no legs. Is there something I can do cardio wise with a fractured foot to keep going with this cut? Iíve been doing 1 hour of weights then 20-30 minutes of stair master everyday and Iíve been getting very very lean in short time. Is there something I can do to replace stair master or treadmill?

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    In a boot? With a broken foot? Uh I’d think none of your typical cardio is a good idea.
    Installing upgraded body, PLEASE WAIT....................................

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    Ummm. Nothing bro..dont take the risk.
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    You actually should be able to pedal a bike with that boot on. As long as the boot is on properly and you're only weight bearing as instructed, you may be able to manage it.

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    There is a way to work around almost anything!
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    Cardio is for skinny white women. Skip it.
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    Broke my fibula & also had a horse step on and smash my sesamoid bone ( big toe knuckle )

    both times sent me to the canvas & couldnt walk without crutches

    hurt so bad almost puked

    you sir must have a very high tolerance for pain

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    Cutting & injury recovery are contradictory goals. You are literally slowing down the latter because of the former. Recover first, cut later.

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