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pain and injury relative to training/diet(7 posts)

pain and injury relative to training/dietj_ryder
Feb 6, 2003 9:57 AM
I often experience acute mind numbing pain in the general area of my posterior cruciate ligament. This frequently occurs between 2 and 4:25 in the afternoon. I ride roughly 15 miles a week as part of my rigorous training program. is the pain caused by eating too much celery? I normally use a light seasoning (I don't care for processed cheeses) with the celery. I enjoy hamburgers with onions as well. I only ride at night and restrict my cycling to pavement only so that is not likely the issue.
yesctisevn
Feb 6, 2003 10:22 AM
too many miles as well
re: pain and injury relative to training/dietj_ryder
Feb 6, 2003 10:38 AM
I meant to say 1015 miles/week.
re: pain and injury relative to training/dietj_ryder
Feb 6, 2003 10:53 AM
oops. that should have been 5 miles /week.
re: pain and injury relative to training/dietlonebikeroftheapocalypse
Feb 6, 2003 12:10 PM
Ah, hamburgers! The cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast. Do you know what the call a quarter pounder in France?

Jules
nonj_ryder
Feb 6, 2003 12:59 PM
I do not. what do they call it?
I mostly eat hamburgers at 1:55 (shortly before the tear inducing pain encapsulates my prosterior cruciate ligament area). normally I restrict myself to 5 hamburgers(rigorous training program guidelines) but often I enjoy the chocolate milk shake as well. I dont care for processed cheeses.
nonlonebikeroftheapocalypse
Feb 6, 2003 1:08 PM
Royale with cheese. They wouldn't know what a quarter pounder is, they're on the metric system. If you want to get in really good shape and reduce pain try mayonaise on your fries.