A good read, thanks man. I liked this one:
After spending six weeks in a straight leg brace with limited activity, I am now on to more advanced things like strength and balance work. It definitely feels like more of a normal workout routine these days compared to the initial weeks that were filled with the basics -- quad sets and straight-leg raises. If those exercises won't drive you crazy, nothing will.
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Whoa - he's already in the water tank?
That's a big milestone.
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” - Winston Churchill
“If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to serve as a horrible warning.” - Catherine Aird
Sounds like things are going well for Dun. Rehab generally sucks and doing it two times a day would drive me a little crazy.
Sounds like good progress
"So, which one of you guys is going to come in second?" - Larry Bird before the 3 point contest. He won.
Is Travis done with blogs? Dun's picture replaced his picture on Pacers.com.
Travis may not have too much motivation to post on a Pacers blog if there is either little chance of him returning to the Pacers, or, in the event that he does, little chance of seeing the minutes he is worthy of based on his skill set.
However, it could easily be that a Dunleavy recovery blog is simply much more eagerly anticipated by most people due to the concern most people have regarding his condition and a decision was made to replace Travis with Dunleavy.
His option decision might hinge on the draft and how he feels about what he can get/contribute elsewhere.