UC in Dallas said...
uc veteran said...
Really?! I'm a CAT 3 cyclist and sport mountain biker and I run to supplement my cardio and never experienced any symptoms. How many miles do you run? Many marathoners experience diariahha due to their extreme physical toll on their body.
That's very impressive and inspiring you can be that active with this disease. So far I've just read about
how people with this disease are extremely limited in most aspects of life and it was getting extremely depressing. I've always been an active outdoors type and right now I'd kill to go out and play 18 holes. I've been laid up in my bedroom for about
2 months with barely enough energy to walk to the bathroom or kitchen. Haven't been outside in 8 days now. Been out on a very limited basis about
9 different days (5 were Dr appts.) in the last 2 months. about
to go nuts if the medicine doesn't start showing at least some improvement. Have to go back to work at least!!!
Good luck to jc with your jogging. Maybe start out with something that has less impact on the body and work up to jogging. I hear kayaking is pretty addicting, relaxing, good exercise and good scenery. If you have somewhere to do it.Thank you! I've actually been in remission for quite a long time, doing some gentle exercise, and it's only been in the last month that I've really started getting into top shape again.
And to uc veteran, I've been just running 2-3 most nights, I'm building up to a half marathon which is in late October.