Going into this I knew I needed a plan, just like I followed training and diet plans, I’ve now needed one that will test me mentally more than anything else before. Depression and feeling “down in the dumps” is was not going to be an option. I’d be back, and contrary to what some less-optimistic on the surgery say, I’d be back stronger.
ENTRY TWO: Approx. Late Nov/Early Dec 2013
I’m 174 lbs, 5% body fat, have a 6 minute mile, a 400+ lb deadlift, and countless other high level PR records. This is definitely not an exciting time going into surgery. I’ll be out of the game for months.
THE POSITIVE OUTLOOK
Become a runner
Focus on work
Give the joints a rest
Detox from supplements
Slightly Change diet
Hit the reset button
It’s a test of what I’m made of
KEY THINGS TO REMEMBER
Rehab, rehab, rehab
Alternative training and build up weaknesses.
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