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I get this every few months.

 

I wake up out of bed and feel pain in the achilles tendon of one of my legs.

 

Today I woke up with it in both legs. It really, really sucks. I can't walk without a gimp limp, and I probably would have a hard time driving, too.

 

Do you guys ever get this? I think it's from the way I sleep, maybe.

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my backs fucked up, sitting on a castanza wallet for years and working like a nig has ruined it. With regular adjustments and exercises for core muscle groupings it will be fines, its alot better then a few weeks ago already.

 

 

Get that looked dude, fuck living with pain.

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I get it in my left achilles occasionally.

 

It usually pops up randomly when I'm walking around, and lasts for about 2 days.

 

It also happens about every few months for me also.

 

It may sound like a lot of fun, but it's really not.

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my backs fucked up, sitting on a castanza wallet for years and working like a nig has ruined it. With regular adjustments and exercises for core muscle groupings it will be fines, its alot better then a few weeks ago already.

 

 

Get that looked dude, fuck living with pain.

 

The back is the worst. In my line of work, there is a lot of bending over and the occassional heavy lifting and shit gets fucked. All because I fell off a rooftop a few years back. I do plan on slowly building the lower back muscles though. Holler if you know any cool techniques.

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I get it in my left achilles occasionally.

 

It usually pops up randomly when I'm walking around, and lasts for about 2 days.

 

It also happens about every few months for me also.

 

It may sound like a lot of fun, but it's really not.

 

One time, years ago, I had it in the left achilles and I was walking across the street with my friend. Next thing you know, this dude gets out of his vehicle at the stop sign, a short bus for the local hospital for kids with disabilities, and starts screaming at me.

 

He thought I was walking like that on purpose to make fun of the kids on the bus.

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mines my upper back, from drawing so much in school the right side of muscles has over developed, its twisting my spin, so reverse butterflys and wake ups all them shits, lower back i've been doing those backwards sit ups, what are they called dips?, lay down your stomache,waist in line with the edge of what ever you on and do sit up but backwards...i'm fucking retard.

 

Hit motels this sat its my b-day son!

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must be the cold weather.

 

 

yeah, cold weather kills my knees and occasionally i get achilles pain, almost only when the weather's cold.

 

i don't really know what to do about it besides keeping my knees warm.

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mines my upper back, from drawing so much in school the right side of muscles has over developed, its twisting my spin, so reverse butterflys and wake ups all them shits, lower back i've been doing those backwards sit ups, what are they called dips?, lay down your stomache,waist in line with the edge of what ever you on and do sit up but backwards...i'm fucking retard.

 

Hit motels this sat its my b-day son!

 

Word, I'm reaching Down One for a bit, so I might just do that after...i'll holler at him.

 

Those dips are wicked. That's what I've been doing.

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i have tons of random aches and pains, mostly joint but also horrible neck problems

drugs help, sometimes stretching helps.

 

dunno about achilles, get some chick to suck on it

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Ive had the achilles in my left heel slashed in two places from a bike accident. At 10 years old I thought I was going to fucking die when I saw all the blood and the white tendon showing through.

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i get mostly pains in the joints....i try to stretch my achilles tendon at least once a day...you just got to find a wall to push against.

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once in gym class i jumped and did a front flip and slammed my heel on the floor, for a couple years afrer that i limped with that foot sometimes. also my right knee hurts, possibly from skateboarding, it hurts when i ride my bike

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I get this every few months.

 

I wake up out of bed and feel pain in the achilles tendon of one of my legs.

 

Today I woke up with it in both legs. It really, really sucks. I can't walk without a gimp limp, and I probably would have a hard time driving, too.

 

Do you guys ever get this? I think it's from the way I sleep, maybe.

 

 

 

Maybe you shouldn't have done battle with Troy.

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The other day I heard a doctor talking about the old surgery or not question, he said something then mentioned that pro athletes often just "play-through" injuries that don't require surgery like sprained ankles, herniated discs, etc., and get better a whole lot faster on average than sitting on their asses. Food for thought.

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The back is the worst. In my line of work, there is a lot of bending over and the occassional heavy lifting and shit gets fucked. All because I fell off a rooftop a few years back. I do plan on slowly building the lower back muscles though. Holler if you know any cool techniques.

 

umm...

 

Go to a fitness store that sells different excercise equipment.

Ask the guy for a Roman Chair.

when(if) you get it, get settled on it stomach down.

Hook legs under foot bars, thighs on the pads, lower you self so that your upper body is hanging down. now just straighten your body out. keeping your chin up and your arms like you would be doing a situp

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