I finally got up on the treadmill for the first time since the accident. Mind it was walking at 2 mph!! My knee is still tight i.e. swelling in it as is the same with my ankle on that leg so I decided to go exceedingly slow. I will make an appt. with my own doctor within a week if possible and see what he has to say about exercising it. I would go to a gym where there are more options but two things keep me from it.
One, I have never needed those options as my treadmill and being outside on the sidewalks or track was enough before the accident and-- I lifted weights. The second reason why I never joined one was their "me me me" thing going on. They want to rake in the money so they force you to pay for a membership. Three years sometimes..minimum of one. They are banking on you not showing up after the first few months and that is what generally happens. So they rake in your money and you gave it to them and made it worse by not showing up perhaps and someone else who will likely quit too after a few months takes up your space for awhile and so the vicious circle continues. :-)))
Meanwhile I have done that..treadmill albeit very slowly and I have done the first set of therapy exercises. There's nothing left but to get myself ready to head out of doors and walk..not run..down by the park. Twin, come with? You know you want to. Boston Boy..come on and bring the camera! Later we'll all three sit and see what's happening with College Football even if you're more of baseball fans. Nancy? How about some chocolate bread? Sit here in the honored place on the couch. Miss Catt! Get off!
Sis, your turn to drive over. Watch those traffic cameras under the Pacific.