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Velo Vol 02-06-22 09:28 AM


Originally Posted by DougRNS (Post 22400628)
many possible meanings.

I might ride more miles in 2022 than I did in 2021. #LowBar

Originally Posted by DougRNS (Post 22400640)
Chattanooga is next door. SMH.

We know.

seedsbelize2 02-06-22 09:36 AM


Originally Posted by gnome (Post 22400479)
family forum. reported!

Quality

Velo Vol 02-06-22 09:37 AM

At the beginning of this run announcer says, "Julia is an East Coaster. And we're used to this kind of weather . . . it can be brutally cold. She just needs to tap back into her roots. She may have gotten soft training in Colorado." :lol:

Quality.


seedsbelize2 02-06-22 09:45 AM


Originally Posted by DougRNS (Post 22400586)
Velo Vol while I was researching my weather eff up, I noticed that 2022 is the year of recovery. That's not working out real well for me. How about you?
#NoEndInSight

I'm recovering, albeit slowly. I thought I would ride a bike today, just to town and back, but after 15 minutes in the wood shop, that plan was nixed.

Mojo31 02-06-22 09:53 AM

NSD.

https://cimg9.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...c1ac0ae2a.jpeg

Velo Vol 02-06-22 10:05 AM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22400702)
NSD.

Are you done boating?

Velo Vol 02-06-22 10:05 AM

Hoo boy.


genejockey 02-06-22 10:33 AM

Ouch.
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LesterOfPuppets 02-06-22 10:35 AM

Kevin Killeen should win an award for this reportage.


BillyD 02-06-22 10:54 AM


Originally Posted by DougRNS (Post 22400583)
I found it. I indeed posted October instead of December. SMH

Thanks, Doug. This numbers guy appreciates it.

BillyD 02-06-22 10:57 AM


Originally Posted by rjones28 (Post 22400587)
Whose safety are we talking about here?

https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...f47d5b7edf.png

This answers a lot of questions, and shouldn't surprise anyone.

Trsnrtr 02-06-22 11:23 AM

As some here know, my son is a power lifter and routinely dead lifts and squats ~625#. Well, he said he started a dead lift and noticed his form was a little off but kept going. His elbow area “exploded.” I took him to an emergency orthopedist this morning who confirmed torn tendon(s) requiring surgery as soon as possible. They showed him sonograms of both of his arms and even he could see the devastation in his damaged arm. Like any amateur athlete, he’s devastated. He had several meets lined up this Spring.

Trsnrtr 02-06-22 11:25 AM

Time to hit the trainer. Probably won’t see clean pavement for several days yet. :(

datlas 02-06-22 11:49 AM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22400792)
As some here know, my son is a power lifter and routinely dead lifts and squats ~625#. Well, he said he started a dead lift and noticed his form was a little off but kept going. His elbow area “exploded.” I took him to an emergency orthopedist this morning who confirmed torn tendon(s) requiring surgery as soon as possible. They showed him sonograms of both of his arms and even he could see the devastation in his damaged arm. Like any amateur athlete, he’s devastated. He had several meets lined up this Spring.

Ouch. Hoping he heals up ASAP.

datlas 02-06-22 11:50 AM

Mrs datlas has put up a couple birdfeeders which attracts other critters. This provides extra entertainment for Jackie.


https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...d9ba328e2.jpeg

MoAlpha 02-06-22 11:56 AM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22400792)
As some here know, my son is a power lifter and routinely dead lifts and squats ~625#. Well, he said he started a dead lift and noticed his form was a little off but kept going. His elbow area “exploded.” I took him to an emergency orthopedist this morning who confirmed torn tendon(s) requiring surgery as soon as possible. They showed him sonograms of both of his arms and even he could see the devastation in his damaged arm. Like any amateur athlete, he’s devastated. He had several meets lined up this Spring.

Wow, sorry to hear! Biceps tendon? Friend of mine tore his completely off the muscle, grinding a winch, but ultimately came back 100% and he was a lot older than your son. Said it didn’t even hurt much.

DougRNS 02-06-22 11:58 AM


Originally Posted by BillyD (Post 22400768)
Thanks, Doug. This numbers guy appreciates it.

you are welcome.

I've noticed at work I've been making mistakes. I'm not sure if it's the pain meds that dull my thinking but not my pain, the normal aging process making me less sharp, or early onset dementia. I'm going to lie to myself and blame it on the pain meds.

Mojo31 02-06-22 11:59 AM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22400711)
Are you done boating?

For now.

DougRNS 02-06-22 12:00 PM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22400792)
As some here know, my son is a power lifter and routinely dead lifts and squats ~625#. Well, he said he started a dead lift and noticed his form was a little off but kept going. His elbow area “exploded.” I took him to an emergency orthopedist this morning who confirmed torn tendon(s) requiring surgery as soon as possible. They showed him sonograms of both of his arms and even he could see the devastation in his damaged arm. Like any amateur athlete, he’s devastated. He had several meets lined up this Spring.

sorry to hear. So much bad news going around. My best wishes to a complete return to good health.

Velo Vol 02-06-22 12:04 PM


Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 22400755)
Kevin Killeen should win an award for this reportage

Incorrect.


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22400792)
As some here know, my son is a power lifter and routinely dead lifts and squats ~625#. Well, he said he started a dead lift and noticed his form was a little off but kept going. His elbow area “exploded.” I took him to an emergency orthopedist this morning who confirmed torn tendon(s) requiring surgery as soon as possible. They showed him sonograms of both of his arms and even he could see the devastation in his damaged arm. Like any amateur athlete, he’s devastated. He had several meets lined up this Spring.

Yikes.

Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22400826)
Mrs datlas has put up a couple birdfeeders which attracts other critters. This provides extra entertainment for Jackie.

#FreeJackie

MoAlpha 02-06-22 12:11 PM


Originally Posted by DougRNS (Post 22400835)
you are welcome.

I've noticed at work I've been making mistakes. I'm not sure if it's the pain meds that dull my thinking but not my pain, the normal aging process making me less sharp, or early onset dementia. I'm going to lie to myself and blame it on the pain meds.

First rule of behavioral neurology: It’s the meds.

rjones28 02-06-22 12:26 PM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22400792)
As some here know, my son is a power lifter and routinely dead lifts and squats ~625#. Well, he said he started a dead lift and noticed his form was a little off but kept going. His elbow area “exploded.” I took him to an emergency orthopedist this morning who confirmed torn tendon(s) requiring surgery as soon as possible. They showed him sonograms of both of his arms and even he could see the devastation in his damaged arm. Like any amateur athlete, he’s devastated. He had several meets lined up this Spring.

:(

Velo Vol 02-06-22 12:34 PM


Originally Posted by MoAlpha (Post 22400851)
First rule of behavioral neurology: It’s the meds.

I say it's the music.

Trsnrtr 02-06-22 12:44 PM


Originally Posted by MoAlpha (Post 22400833)
Wow, sorry to hear! Biceps tendon? Friend of mine tore his completely off the muscle, grinding a winch, but ultimately came back 100% and he was a lot older than your son. Said it didn’t even hurt much.

Yes. Biceps tendon at a minimum. He's in quite a bit of pain in both the bicep and the forearm. He sees the surgeon Tuesday and surgery is Wednesday. I'll tell him he's going to be stronger next year. He needs all of the encouragement that he can get. He's pretty depressed this morning.

LesterOfPuppets 02-06-22 01:30 PM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22400876)
Yes. Biceps tendon at a minimum. He's in quite a bit of pain in both the bicep and the forearm. He sees the surgeon Tuesday and surgery is Wednesday. I'll tell him he's going to be stronger next year. He needs all of the encouragement that he can get. He's pretty depressed this morning.

Oh man, I bet. Hope all goes well.

LesterOfPuppets 02-06-22 01:32 PM

Bill Murray groundhog day Jeep ad has a minor amount of eFatbike action: this clip has it twice, with behind-the-scenes clips interspersed the second time around.

WhyFi 02-06-22 01:52 PM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22400792)
As some here know, my son is a power lifter and routinely dead lifts and squats ~625#. Well, he said he started a dead lift and noticed his form was a little off but kept going. His elbow area “exploded.” I took him to an emergency orthopedist this morning who confirmed torn tendon(s) requiring surgery as soon as possible. They showed him sonograms of both of his arms and even he could see the devastation in his damaged arm. Like any amateur athlete, he’s devastated. He had several meets lined up this Spring.

Ouch. I cringed just reading that. Best of luck on his rehab.

indyfabz 02-06-22 01:54 PM


Originally Posted by MoAlpha (Post 22400851)
First rule of behavioral neurology: It’s the meds.

Yeah. Whenever I’ve taken pain meds the most noticeable effect has been dull thinking. I still have nearly the entire supply left from my thumb surgery over a year ago. Took them for maybe 2 days and not the number/day I was prescribed.

phrantic09 02-06-22 02:48 PM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22400876)
Yes. Biceps tendon at a minimum. He's in quite a bit of pain in both the bicep and the forearm. He sees the surgeon Tuesday and surgery is Wednesday. I'll tell him he's going to be stronger next year. He needs all of the encouragement that he can get. He's pretty depressed this morning.

Hope he has a speedy recovery

big john 02-06-22 03:15 PM


Originally Posted by phrantic09 (Post 22400957)
Hope he has a speedy recovery

plus 1


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