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Discussion in 'Common Training Injuries' started by Baron, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. westy

    westy Well-Known Member

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    The first time you haven't woken up stiff for years! :eek:
     
  2. Cian

    Cian New Member

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    Class act mate, would you not even think about the TA, even a support role like RLC or something? Not being nasty just genuinely asking if RM/Para etc was to demanding on your ankle?
     
  3. Baron

    Baron Active Member

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    Typical.

    I know you're not being nasty haha. Like I said, I doubt I will ever be in a position to go for the fighting units, but you never know. If we extrapolate the improvements over the last 3 weeks, on to the next 3 weeks, then I'd say I could probably go jogging in 3 weeks time, but as we all know, it doesn't work like that.

    While the military would be good, my main aim is to begin jogging for fun again. I'll cross the military bridge if it comes to it.
     
  4. Ross154

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    Thought you were a midwife now?
     
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  5. Baron

    Baron Active Member

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    I save lives.
     
  6. C

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    I thought you watched other people save lives whilst trying not to get in the way?
     
  7. Ross154

    Ross154 New Member

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    Callum! Where have you been hiding all these months? Has Baron been holding you hostage on this thread, unable to move til someone said something in it again???
    Baron! Explain yourself!
     
  8. C

    C Guest

    Have I really been that quiet? Work, trying for jobs in more hilly, snowy climes and being rejected for said jobs takes up a lot of my time.
     
  9. Ross154

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    Yeah not heard a peep from you since I left for RT!

    Hmm. Never mind. Think I know why... :rolleyes:
     
  10. AVS

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    2011
    June: Started 1st Application
    July: Shin Splints (Before sending off application papers)

    2012:
    January: Start 2nd Application
    June: TMU'd (Doctor worried about shin splints returning)

    2013:
    July: Interview
    October: Medical passed
    November: PJFT passed

    2014:
    January: PRMC passed (Tore my Right Quadricep 10 days prior)
    February: TMU'd until i am able to train fully without return of tear.
    April (Currently) Soon to call AFCO and book 3rd Medical then have a 3 month MST wait before starting training!

    Patience; all good things come to those who wait.
     
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  11. Xerath

    Xerath Well-Known Member

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    Just read your thread 'Aim for the heavens, get shot down' mate. Good to see things worked out for you in the end :)
     
  12. JohnDoe

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    Was the total TMU for your quad tear 6 months?
     
  13. AVS

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    Haha! I was just a kid back then mate, yeah it's taken a long while, persistence and patience ;)

    No I was not given an official TMU but told to book a re-medical when I was training at full strength with no pain again.