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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Yes, it does hurt. I think I strained something from coughing.
    Interesting. Is there discoloration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Interesting. Is there discoloration?
    Nope.
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    If it was me, I probably wouldn't ice it, but you can if you want. However I'm not sure what the cause of your swelling is, so it's hard for me to really offer any advice. Keep an eye on it and if it gets worse instead of better, have someone look at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    If it was me, I probably wouldn't ice it, but you can if you want. However I'm not sure what the cause of your swelling is, so it's hard for me to really offer any advice. Keep an eye on it and if it gets worse instead of better, have someone look at it.
    I dunno, it's been hurting since about Monday. Yesterday it hurt more, but today I just noticed it was swollen, so I guess it could have been before.
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    Here is an article on why women should lift heavy for body composition goals. Really? The Claim: For Better Muscle Tone, Go Lighter and Repeat 

    My training has been off and on recently. Need a new program and some new goals I think...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Here is an article on why women should lift heavy for body composition goals. Really? The Claim: For Better Muscle Tone, Go Lighter and Repeat 

    My training has been off and on recently. Need a new program and some new goals I think...
    Excellent article Wolfy! Thanks! I am now even more convinced I need to go get myself some heavier weights.

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    Just got back from the gym.

    30 min on the treadmill and 15 on the bike... :workout:

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    Isn't diet an important part of a healthy life, too?



    Okay, okay, there's some chocolate and marshmallows in a corner. So sue me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Here is an article on why women should lift heavy for body composition goals. Really? The Claim: For Better Muscle Tone, Go Lighter and Repeat 

    My training has been off and on recently. Need a new program and some new goals I think...
    I always felt it to be the case.. I had no back-up data to support my claim, but it just seemed like hundreds of reps of light weights was not only tedious and boring, but I never felt stronger.. Good to know that my recent efforts at the gym are not going to make me even bigger than I already am.

    Speaking of better diets.. today we made turkey burgers with green chilies, but here's an easy recipe for sweet potato fries that literally taste like regular french fries.

    1 or 2 sweet potatoes, skin on, cut into french fry strips
    1 1/2 to 2 tablespoons of olive oil
    chili powder, salt, pepper to taste

    Bake in the oven 30-35 minutes, stirring them around every 10 minutes while cooking. Coat with lime juice after cooking, and put a bit more salt on top and it rocks!
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    Finished physical therapy. So it will soon be time to restart my own program, with the PT guidelines for increasing my exercises intact.

    Kyuuei, I'll get the stretching list to you... eventually.

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