Posted On:4/25/2004 3:27pm
I broke three bones in my left foot, actually it was more of a snap since they were only held together by thin strands of the bones. Four months (this week) and it's better than ever. My left foot used to be horrible in fights, now its fucking awesome. My right foot needs more conditioning. :)
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Posted On:4/26/2004 1:26am
Style: Street Yoga
What you probably did is deaden the nerves and thicken the connective tissue, Ghost.
:eek: What were you doing kicking with your instep anyway!?!? j/k. . .
Deluxe247 tells it like it is:
you ninja fags just got owned in a bad way. this thread should go to the classics and mega thread forum due to the sheer size of taebo_master and gajusceaser's penis. (with which they just smacked across these ninja's faces)
This Classic Thread - http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=9653&perpage=15&pagenum ber=14
Posted On:4/26/2004 2:09am
Originally posted by Colin Kennedy
My leg sure as hell isn't stronger. Two years later and I still can't hop for more than a minute or so on my left foot before the pain becomes unbearable.
Why are you doing hoppin' on one leg for more than a minute? Shits and giggles? Or are you missing your right leg?
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Posted On:3/08/2011 11:01pm
Style: Tae Kwon-Do, Fencing
Rather than thickening the clavicle, is it possible to exert forces that might gradually remodel it to become longer over time?
Like one end attaches to the sternum and the other the acromion on the scapulae, I'm just wondering if traction forces could somehow exert pressure like that.
I can't really picture how to do it so it's just a random abstract idea. Like I picture if there weren't any other tissue and it was just the bone if you grabbed both ends and pulled and maintained that traction over time, would that cause length-remodelling?
Posted On:3/09/2011 12:57am
Damn near a seven year old thread? Start a new one at this point.
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