August 22, 2010


My new friend-The Concept 2 double pole machine.

I'm slowly recovering from my injury, but my limited range of motion and inability to do any lateral movement has made this week a pretty low one for training. While that was not in the plan, it has worked out fine for me to have a bit of down time. The one big problem is that I'm starting to go a little stir crazy. I've read one and a half books in the last week, and gotten lots of non-training things done, but not being able to go out and rollerski, run or bike has been hard. Luckily, this weekend I was cleared to do some light biking and double poling, with one caveat-all my activities have been stationary training. In order to keep my knee stable and not have any worry of re-injuring it, I must start with stationary activities, before adding outside elements into the mix. So, the stationary bike, the double pole machine, and I have been getting to know each other well. It's not the most exciting training, it is training, and has been keeping me occupied. Even so, hopefully by this time next week, I'll be back to business as usual!



JoshC said...

Glad the Skierg is helping you fill some ski specific training! I am sorry you are "stationary" for a while. Did you know that the monitors on the the Skierg have a built in Biathlon complete with shooting stops and penalty loops? All you have to do is update the software of the Skierg. Contact me at Concept2 and I can tell you how to do it.

Josh Carlson

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All The Best Sara.... we want to see you back in field..... i know you are so optimistic.....