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Exercise/Sports

I Used to be a Fun Person

Liz writes: At some point it just feels sucky to be around people having fun if they expect you to also be all fun-having when you can’t. I have to go off by myself a little at that point to…
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Searching for Tracks

It’s snowing and cold and nasty outside. The rec center in my town has an indoor track, but it’s 15 miles away from work. The Bob Burger Recreation Center in Lafayette is only 7 miles away from work, and it…
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Multiple Sclerosis and Exercise

Thanks to Ziggi at Wheelchair Diffusion for the link to the NARCOMS presentation on MS and physical activity. Some excerpts: Less than two out of three responders (57%) recalled their treating physician ever having recommended exercise to them. The main…
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Longmont Recreational Center

I’ve had good experiences at the Longmont Recreational Center. It’s a fairly new facility. It was disappointing that the city chose deliberately not to build a pool that could be used by the high school and club swim teams (we…
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Swim or Bike?

Way back when, it was kindly pointed out to me that it’s hard to have MS, a full time job, and an exercise program. Well, I don’t have a full time job any more, so it’s time to get cracking….
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Multiple Sclerosis & Exercise

When I started exercising, I didn’t really understand very much about the relationship between heat and fatigue (and other increased symptoms), so I went hunting for more information. I’ve now started to accumulate a list of resources about MS and…
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