Wednesday, April 26, 2006
We discuss the orthodontic insoles he was suggesting. I really don't want to purchase orthodotics. I will if i have to but i proceeded to ask the question, "If i lose weight, will my arches *feet* not be so flat" Doc's answer "Yes, weight has a factor on your arches and flattens them out" That wasn't his exact words he put more explaination into it, do you think i can remember it all. Yet another reason that it's time to lose this extra weight. And this is my year.
I mentioned my running the 10K in September, and he mentioned in the meanwhile i should be biking and swimming to help loose weight.
Tonight i plan on biking. It's a beautful day and hope it will be this afternoon. Hope the Shawcable setup guy doesn't take his sweeta$$ time to get to my house. I'm scheduled from 5-7. I am getting a sweet deal for 6 months.
The cable guy came at 515 but didn't finish till around 615, never did get on the bike. Boo on me. It's funny, i get a free rental for the new cable box and it has problems in receiving picture but my old box (5 years old) didn't have any troubles. So now i have to wait till tommorrow afternoon to get the new box fixed. Something to do with the cable connection. (might even be a faulty box) Good thing i have flexible hours and can work from home. I have computer access and i will work through lunch so i can meet them at my place and not miss too much work time.
Good luck with your physio. I LOOOOOOVE deep tissue massage, even though it hurts- I love it.
I would suggest just plan on being active for an hour a day (even if it's just walking) and you'll start to see results. It's the people that think all they have to do is go to the gym 3 times a week, and loose weight that concern me. It won't happen... unless you stop eating as well, and that's not healthy. I wouldn't suggest it!
Make small goals, and you'll start seeing results! I'm sure! :) Glad you are seeing a doctor for your pains though!