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Jul 05 2011 by Jeff K.
You def. should relax your ankle until it heals, but you're right there's plenty for you to do until that happens. Sitting and lifting weights is great, and it will help keep the top half of your body toned. Hopefully you heal up soon and get to go to that marathon!
Jul 04 2011 by HealthyAbandon
Hope everyone has a healthy and happy Independence Day! Enjoy your FREEDOM & thank our military for their service!
Jun 28 2011 by The Sweet Life