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Old 06-06-2006, 02:19 PM   #1
Ray Cooper
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Just been diagnosed with 'low-grade stress fractures of both right and left tibias' and am looking to maximize healing while maintaining my fitness. Comes from running 5days a week on pavement (go army, go go go).

I'm on top of the standard stuff like calcium and cutting the little caffiene that I use, but does anyone else have anything good? Also, any training I should avoid (besides running and rucking of course)? It's my understanding that lifting is good for increasing bone density, but I'm not sure that includes 450# deadlifts and such.

Thanks for any help.
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