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Old 04-27-2011, 09:51 PM   #21
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Old 04-27-2011, 10:01 PM   #22
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Thats happens to me from time to time. If I stress the front muscles of either leg without stretching, it gets so where I cannot move my foot up.

Its frustrating. Usually lasts a week or 2 and slowly comes back to normal. It has happened since i can remember. I would say give it another week and see that it does.

Massage the muscles on by your shins ad gently stretch your foot forward, helps with me.

I never brought it up to anyone before cause I never heard of it happening to anyone else.

If I stretch those muscles good before putting them through any stress, it doesnt happen as bad.
Whoa! Didn't know there was someone else like this. Is it painful for you or does the nerve jjust go out. And when you say stretch it forward, is that so your toes go toward the ground or to your shin?
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Old 04-27-2011, 10:13 PM   #23
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Whoa! Didn't know there was someone else like this. Is it painful for you or does the nerve just go out. And when you say stretch it forward, is that so your toes go toward the ground or to your shin?
It is sore at first after it gets numb. It hurts on the outside muscles by the shin about 3/4 of the way up the leg but kinda deep inside the muscle ache. Hardto describe.

Stretch your foot forward towards the ground and rub the muscle but dont get carried away cause you will make it hurt worse.
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Old 04-27-2011, 10:40 PM   #24
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i've had that happen before. with me it was due to kicking a football off a tee. I kick soccer style and the repeated pounding on the tip of my foot would make the muscles that raise my foot become sore and not work. it would usually come back within a day or 2.
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Not to veer too far off the subject, while you are having you foot checked out, you may want to have your odometer checked as well. At 230 miles at an average speed of 90mph per lap would be 7.66 20 min sessions or 5.1 30 min sessions. BTW, this is only if you are running 1'34-35" lap times on your second trackday, in which case Ty has some new competition.
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Not to veer too far off the subject, while you are having you foot checked out, you may want to have your odometer checked as well. At 230 miles at an average speed of 90mph per lap would be 7.66 20 min sessions or 5.1 30 min sessions. BTW, this is only if you are running 1'34-35" lap times on your second trackday, in which case Ty has some new competition.
Um I spent 3.5 hours on the track that day sooooo you might need to check your assumptons?
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Well 230 miles in a regular 7 - 20 minute sessions seems unrealistic. However, if he spent 3.5 hours on track, it must have been an LMS day or a private day.

That being said, the track is 2.38 miles, so 230 miles would represent around 96 laps. If you divide that between 3.5 hours at the track, you get lap times of about 2:15 which sound realistic for a second TD.
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How do your boots fit, and do they bind your leg up while moving around on the bike?
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this happens to me pretty often, from playing ball. i just stretch it and go on about my day. It makes some things uncomfortable but nothing to extreme
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Old 04-28-2011, 12:38 PM   #31
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Nerve damage is a and just takes a while to heal itself. You could always try going to the chiro and have them try out a few remedies but in my experience, the relief was only temporary and time was the only true fix.
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Yeah it was a private day sooo.

Good question texlurch, ill look into that. Good idea.
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Old 04-28-2011, 02:42 PM   #34
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I've looked into peroneal nerve damage before because I was having some issues with my foot after running a lot. With my the issue was mainly in my foot and wasn't quite a far up the leg. From my limited experience and amateur medical knowledge I think what probably happened is that you over worked the muscles and tendons surrounding the nerve as well as those that it innervates causing swelling and inflammation. Sort of like tendinitis of the nerve. Taking it easy, and ice as well as maybe an NSAID might help it heal faster, but really I think its the type of thing that with time it will heal if your young and didn't do any really serious damage to it. But like I said not a doctor so take this with a large grain of salt.
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Yeah it was a private day sooo.

Good question texlurch, ill look into that. Good idea.
Try to stretch before you do a track day next. If you ever see the racers before they get on the track, they stretch.

I know a few people that rode for Suzuki and they said that they are real big on their riders being in shape. Stretching is a must cause you use groups muscles you normally dont.
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